Static Shock and Gear
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Static Shock and Gear

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I've been watching old reruns of Static Shock lately and I decided that I want to make ML/DCUC style Static and Gear, his partner. but I couldn't figure out what to use? any suggestions?

Posted by Bloodywolf
on Tuesday, April 7, 2009
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Bloodywolf -
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
lol those would be some pretty knarly dreads but they're way too big for a teenager lol I'm not sure how im gonna work the dreads yet, I read you're earlier post with what you did but I don't think I have the skill for that. I do very low level stuff simple part swaps n I avoid painting if possible lol Mostly I just do part swapping. I may experiment with your suggestions or something similar OR I might just say that static now keeps his hair short lol We'll see though. Thanks all
Goldenwolf -
Sunday, April 26, 2009
What about Blackhearts head for dreds cut out off the face Add the Falcon Face Boom Static (W/ Awesome Dreds)
Bloodywolf -
Sunday, April 26, 2009
I decided on a New Goblin body for Gear, prolly just gonna use gobbys head for him til I find one better suiting Mr. Foley. As for Static Im gonna modify a ML Falcon head cuz it already has the mask. For his body Im thinking of frankensteining the torso of either a ML bullseye or longshot, (will decide once they arrive from ebay) with the legs of some old wrestling figure I have that has baggy pants lol. Then use the coat from either a MM Joker or the coat from HML Nick Fury. What do you think?
Top-notch comix -
Monday, April 13, 2009
if you wanted, you could buy the head with dreadlocks in "studmuffins stash" in the trading post... it looks like it could work
Goldenwolf -
Saturday, April 11, 2009
For Dreads Use Krazy Glue, Nylon string /cord.

1st just sharpie it black or paint It Thats what I used for the hair on my Lopaka Goldenwolf.

2nd sand the head a little so the glue sticks.

3rd start from the front of the head then work your way to the back of the head lineing the cord for hair length.

4th cut each strip as you line for length then add a dab of Krazy glue to each strip then glue it to the head.

there you go Dreds For ya .
HeartBreakKid -
Saturday, April 11, 2009
yeah blight was from batman if you check my trade list I have an old figure of him He is a green skeleton
Bloodywolf -
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Wasn't Blight from Batman Beyond? I thought he was the green glowing skeleton dude?
evanjones1 -
Thursday, April 9, 2009
You might want to use something like a Jack Sparrow for those dreads. Also, if you make them, you HAVE to do Blight!
MenByMckenn -
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Dude- check out ML X23 head for the african american look I'm using her for a 10 yr. old a.a. girl ,( Bedlam ) I feel the details are really good! can't help with the hair though, maybe a ball of sculpt with an old toothbrush working into it. Good Luck!
Bloodywolf -
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
k that might work for the bodies but specifically Im having trouble thinking of a head to use for static. There aren't many african american heads in the 6 inch scale and as far as I know none with hair like his
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
If you want them to fit well with DCUC I would suggest a DCUC Sinestro because he is smaller than most of the broader figures like GL or Flash but is bigger than Robin or Kid Flash...
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