Actually, I'm very surprised on how well this figure stays together. All the joints are tight and move very well. These figures are much higher quality and stronger plastic than anything hasbro produces. Sad part is they cost the same as a regular hasbro star wars figure.
I think of these as the same as using a Dragon body for 12" doll. Findswoman could make a fantastic softgoods outfit for these bodies.
Yah, that's the thing I'm going to have to try and avoid. She's very yellow. I really don't want to paint the face. I want to get as close as possible to that color. Did you take the entire figure part and paint everything separately? How do you keep the paint from rubbing off on the joints?
I think it will look natural as long as I can get close to the skin color of the head. I reduced the neck post and the head still moves. The chain is there to hide the joint between the body and head. Here are some pictures of Catwoman and Batgirl done with this body. I'll probably have to do the boots simular to Batgirl.
That Toydarian is the best of the bunch. I also like the metal leg. The Bossk needs to have arms shortened. They are way too long even for this guy. The Vaderdroid reminds me of something that Sid from Toy Story would make.
Thanks guys. I modeled Horn after the one Craig Mullan and Glassman did. Whistler was based on a Dan Curto version.
Ya, the lines were painful. The way I did it was to make a custom decale. Then I wrapped a 5 inch and 4 inch decale around the head. The problem is working with something that long and thin is very hard to control. I probably should have cut it in smaller pieces and placed them.