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Michealangelo by Shinobitron Michealangelo by Shinobitron
Mikey-Torn apart, gave joints more clearance room to move especially the head, washed, then painted up with a dirty kind of color scheme which I feel works. Then he was given the base that can display his nunchuks and various other accessories
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Scuri Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2012
Sorry for the late question, but how did you do the the chain weapons? I can't find the proper glue to replicate what you did here.
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Wakeangel2001 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
given the texture of the plastic used to make these figures, I was afraid of ripping it if I tried to dismantle it for customizing, did you use a special technique or is it the same as any other figure? Also how did you add extra clearance to the joints?
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Shinobitron Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2012
I popped them apart by heating them with a hair dryer first. The plastic is much more durable that it feels and held up incredibly well. The extra clearance was nothing more than shaving the joints down with my Xacto and sand paper.
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darthpaul99 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cowabunga Dude, Mikey's ready to party! :thumbsup:
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