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  1. Dude! You Nailed it! AWESOME!!
  2. I had to pick up my jaw from the floor. It looks amazing! Very Original! Well done!!
  3. Awesome detail! Very much like the regular series comics (Not the Archie's ones).
  4. OH, MY SWEET POWERFUL GOD!!! This is the most important guide in the history of customization, since Moses came down the mountain with the 10 Commandments!!! @notworthy@ LOL! Thank Jin! This will be EXTREMELY useful! Merry X-Mas!
  5. Is that my father?!? ... Just kidding! Awesome custom!
  6. Like many, I was not pleased with the Scarlett head from the resolute figures. I had enough of "manly face" Scarlett's. So I took a SW Expanded Universe Unleashed Juno Eclypse and alter it so it can fit the Scarlett body. I am EXTREMELY pleased with the results!
  7. Hear and Hair: Build N' Brawl John Morrison Body and Rifle: ROC Duke Reactive Armor Axes: ROC Desert Viper Bow and Arrows: Shadow Tracker Back in August 2009, I made the first ROC Spirit. Recently I chose to make an update. And I'm very pleased with the results.
  8. Head: SW Expanded Universe Unleashed Juno Eclypse Ponytail: ROC Covert Operations Scarlett Upper/Lower Torso and Lockheed the dragon: MU Shadowcat Arm and Upper legs: ROC Baroness Boots: ROC Cover Girl This figure was started as an attempt to mix Marvel and female GI Joe figures. And it worked! Since I started with a Kitty Pryde figure as the base, I decided to finish the character. I gave her a look closer to the Astonishing X-Men comic book, contrary to the figure that was released. Gave her Shoulder pads, more obvious gloves and belt, and now with the articulation of a GI Joe figure, she can be posed more than before. I have to admit, I am more than pleased with the results.
  9. Awesome! Very similar to the character!
  10. I agree. Now that this figure exist, I'm sure many are making their own Marvel/Tron figures. I'm planning to do one myself. Thanks Jin!
  11. For some time I wanted to make a G.I. Joe version of Wolverine. And with the new X-force outfit, I ended up thinking about this figure. I added all of the details about the character from previous outfits that I liked, and placed it on this G.I. Joe figure. The difference between what I originally tried to make and the outcome: The shoulder Pads. I didn't know they would make a difference, but it did. I have to say that I am so pleased about making this figure, that it has inspired me to make a second G.I. Joe figure of Wolverine, but more close to the comics. So stay tuned... you might be surprised.
  12. OMG! They are so cute, I'm going to BARF a rainbow!!! LOL! Very original!
  13. Head and Belt: X-Men Origins Deadpool with Missile Cannon Lower Legs, weapons and holster: ROC Elite Viper Backpack: ROC Paris Pursuit Storm Shadow Rest of Figure: ROC Reactive Armor Ripcord I wanted a Deadpool figure to go along with my G.I. Joe movie figures, but at the same time keeping the comic details. I customized the backpack to hold 2 large swords, instead of one large and one small. Added the holster on the right leg to make the figure look more like the character. After some gray, black and Chrome-Silver painting, I ended up with a very cool Deadpool!
  14. Head, Shield and belt: MU Gigantic Battles (Wal-Mart Exclusive) Captain America vs Giant Skrull Upper and Lower Torso: MU Guardian Arms and Legs: GI Joe ROC Terra Viper Gun Holster: Indiana Jones 3 3/4 Inch Last Crusade Colonel Vogel I wanted to do a Captain America similar to the comics, but appropriate for my GI Joe Collection. I based the figure on the modern Cap uniform. I cracked open the Upper and lower Torso of the Guardian figure, and made all adjustment for the body to accept the legs and arms of a GI joe figure. I added the gun holster from an Indiana Jones figure, to make it look more real than the original. Added an extra pouch on the back of the belt. Glued confetti stars on the chest and back. After some painting, I ended up with a Captain America that I am very pleased with.
  15. Wow! The paint job is AWESOME! Very detailed. The cape is a little long, but still it looks great! Great job!!
  16. Very Classic! I like it!
  17. Head: Coruscant Attack Padme Amidala Body: ROC Desert Ambush Scarlet Hair: MU Kitty Pryde Hands and Belt: MU Secret Wars Comic 2-pack Storm A very easy custom to make. Just another contribution to my hobby of turning Gi Joe Movie figures into MARVEL characters. I have never imagined Rogue using guns, only her fist, so I changed her hands for the ones of Storm. Also gave her Storm's belt, making her look a bit like the 90's comic version. I "removed" her right leg pouch, with sanding and using Jin Saotome's baking soda/Super-Glue recipe. Remember, no weapons for this lady. ;-) A bit of red, white and brown paint, and... DONE!! Instant Hot-looking-power-absorbing babe! This is not how I originally imagined her to look like, but in the end, I'm pleased with the results.
  18. Awesome! Very much like the movie! #US1#
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