I thought I'd put together this WIP on how I am hopefully taking Sixshot a bit away from his brick-like 80s limitations, and into the world of articulated happiness. I'm not really a WIP type of guy, but I have to wait for the new hands and stickers to arrive, so might as well. Hope you guys like it and maybe get some ideas- or even give me some! This has been a serious pain of a project, as I expected, since even with measurements, I had to keep tweaking and redoing things to get everything to transform and move just right. I've wanted to do this as long as I've had this figure though, which is about 15 years. I attached a drawing I did of him in all 6 modes to show that I really studied him well before attempting this. After years of planning ideas and working to improve my own skills with the hope of one day making Sixshot worthy of my Masterpiece shelf (toyline, not OMG I make masterpiece art), here is what I have so far. UPDATED: new pic shows the (very sturdy!) improved gun mode. No reason to have long parts with wheels and treads hanging way off the back of a gun if ya don't have to right? Original transformation look is of course, still an option. UPDATE 2: I found I had some room behind the feet to add something without hindering any transformations, so I made rocket pods. I just really wanted some extra fire power in tank mode without adding new guns or anything that changed the character much. Now he has more of a reason to go to tank mode. New pic attached. And yeah, I know I have his shoulders transformed wrong in the main pic of how he looks so far. I'll get accurate pics in all modes when he is all done up. I made the twin guns link together and cut a cradle brace groove in the gun trigger so the guns can become his tail in wolf form. That was previously the only mode not using the guns, and he needed a tail!