Tore the armour apart and straightened it in hot and cold water ready for paint after removing any laces.
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DeltaForceChung wrote:You Sir are a non-stop dedicated customizer.
GubernatorFan wrote:It already looks very promising.
scalawag wrote:Looking great as always mate, I shall follow along with this one. I love watching your builds come together.
Stryker2011 wrote:This looks like another epic build. Using the Asian Armor is inspired.
Stryker2011 wrote:Wow. Pretty cool stuff already. Really like that devil-like mask. Creepy.
GubernatorFan wrote:Agreed, but I suppose it is supposed to be creepy. I think I spotted a SW emperor cloak in there...
GubernatorFan wrote:It's Skeletor!
Rogerbee wrote:The Chop shop is back!
Best get me some popcorn!
Stryker2011 wrote:I’m overwhelmed by the amount of hacking and gluing you do on all of these projects. I just recently got around to doing the necessary body swap on the Asmus Morgul Lord and ended up having to cut the back of his thigh armor to get them on, and broke the attached pegs to both of his boot feet trying to get them back on (ended up gluing the armor tops directly to his feet instead); and just those two things freaked me out. I don’t know how you manage to do all this without having a nervous breakdown.
shovelchop81 wrote:When you know you can fix whatever you break you don't worry about it .
dadrab wrote:shovelchop81 wrote:When you know you can fix whatever you break you don't worry about it .
Those are damn well words to live by.
Stryker2011 wrote:Impressive. You’re on a roll.
GubernatorFan wrote:He looks almost completed already!
peter the painter wrote:Amazing custom work and incredible dedication, can't wait to see your take on the Dwarfs.
Another winner in the making!
shovelchop81 wrote:Might be done tonight after a nap of course!
GubernatorFan wrote:shovelchop81 wrote:Might be done tonight after a nap of course!
Do you dream up customs and materials and solutions during your naps?
shovelchop81 wrote:Not dream as such but problem solving of this nature helps me get to sleep and drive away unwanted thoughts brought on by chronic depression so good for the build and good for me!
GubernatorFan wrote:shovelchop81 wrote:Not dream as such but problem solving of this nature helps me get to sleep and drive away unwanted thoughts brought on by chronic depression so good for the build and good for me!
Well, whatever makes you feel better and contributes to your amazing talent has got to be good for you and for the rest of us.
Stryker2011 wrote:Keep working, my friend. I've known people who had the same issue, and I can empathize. Whatever keeps you going is always the best therapy.
blackpool wrote:absolutely stunning! The amount of work, the level of detail and the attention paid to each of them is insane!!! Such dedication is very inspiring, humble bow...
Thanks for carrying on this awesome creativity thread here!
Stryker2011 wrote:Whoah! Very cool looking. That turned out great.
Rogerbee wrote:Yeah, you're on a roll!
GubernatorFan wrote:Congratulations on finishing another part of the project. And I agree the tree/dead bush looks great and very promising.
tankgirlfuzzy wrote:Love it! Your builds and threads are always so epic Shovelchop!! Great job!
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