I'd believe he's bigger overall but personally I'd use Qui-Gon. I feel the K'kruhk head would look more natural on that bodyQuestion for owners of most of the black series Jedi...Which figure has the largest frame overall, Mace or Qui-Gon? Looking to make a K’kruhk custom and I need the largest Jedi base figure I can find. Thx!
Thanks TK. Most of the clothing came from Scottacus customs as a kit. I added the pants only, so I can't take the credit. I do appreciate the comments on the paint job - it's taken years of painting heads to get to this point. I think my first BS paint job was in early 2016, so it's a solid 3 years to get to this point where I'm finally proud of my work on human faces.Man South you did an excellent job on that Luke!! The paintwork on that head is flawless and as always your soft goods are first class, you should send some sewing patterns to Hasbro and maybe they can start giving us some respectable robes.
I agree, amazing work on Luke.Thanks so much. Really appreciate man.
I've heard mention of upscaling, but I'm not up on the process.The upscaling of 3.75” to 6” figures is fantastic, but does anyone know of anywhere that does the 6” down to 3.75” range for the missing characters (General Leia, Holdo and Vos for example)?
Finn's arms on Rey's body... Goldeneye DK mode anybody?So after seeing that really complex, awesome job on Luke from southp_OT, here's something really simple and no where near as impressive.
This one has been on my to do list for a while. I just finally got the parts needed for a decent price. Three figures used. Island Rey head and hands, TFA Rey body and of course a TFA Finn.
Like Oofa said, I've done quite a bit of enlarging casts. I used the old technique of soaking the silicone mold, but now there is a product called hydrospan. You can find out more here if you're really interested.I've heard mention of upscaling, but I'm not up on the process.
Is it a type of molding (some type of silicone)?
If by chance you know name of product used I will do the research. Thanks.
Thanks, South.Like Oofa said, I've done quite a bit of enlarging casts. I used the old technique of soaking the silicone mold, but now there is a product called hydrospan. You can find out more here if you're really interested.
Dang it I missed out on this custom.Stalking the junkyard of Ord Mantell comes the fearsome assassin droid/bounty hunter IG-88! I wasn't satisfied with the level of articulation the Black series had so I decided to fix him up. A tilt joint was added to his neck in order to make his head taller and allow him to look up and down. IG88's hip swivels were replaced with the smallest revoltech joint so he can widen his stance and his elbow grommets cut and modded allowing for 90 deg motion. All the short wires on his legs were removed and replaced with longer flexible ones. 88 was then given the full metallic and weathered repaint treatment and an Ord Mantell junkyard base created from the Luke Skywalker Hoth centerpiece. A couple of blast effects later and this assassin droid was ready to tear up the bounty hunter scene!
To hunt down a bounty of pics head to his page here: Ig-88 Assassin Droid on Ord Mantell base
Rey and Finn were my first experiment with arms, but yes. The boil and pop worked for them.Seems like a good time to ask; the arms on 6" figures, do they boil and pop for swapping like their 3.75" brethren?
Han looks nice.
I managed to get another Krennic for really really cheap so I made him a different officer. I just wish I had an extra Thrawn holster so I can switch it up so he doesn't use the same pistol as Krennic though.
Thanks! Hopefully you can find it.Hey man, looks good. I envy you guys that have the shelf space for multitudes of troops and imp officers lol. I can’t go down that slippery road. I may have a thrawn holster. I know I had an extra that I took apart a while back. If I find it I’ll pm you.