Larfleeze Question?
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Larfleeze Question?

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I really have not the slightest clue on how to do this customizing thing and the people I know who do kept giving me "I dunno" answers.So do ant of you guts have any ideas on how Id make little Larfleeze figure I have a big one but want a small one he is one of my all time favs....like 4inches like how would I make it and what peice would I have to buy?

Posted by Cherry Bomb
on Monday, April 12, 2010
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atgscl -
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
well that seemed ...... condescending ......is this guy some sort of "feared and respected customizing master"?

....And everyone else thanks especially pock63 ....and Azrael I asked everyone on here so I did ask you

Wow..That sounds really rude now that I look back at it. Sorry! I wasn't trying to come off as being a dick.
Cherry Bomb -
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
well that seemed ...... condescending ......is this guy some sort of "feared and respected customizing master"?

....And everyone else thanks especially pock63 ....and Azrael I asked everyone on here so I did ask you
Whiskeytango -
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
I think a bothan head would work better, if they make such a figure. I don't know, I don't keep up with Star Wars toys.
Azrael -
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
You didn't ask me...

Anyway, if you're looking for specific parts, A geonosian head (Star Wars figure) would work well with a bit of sculpting, however, due to his awkward proportions, finding a body my be hard
atgscl -
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Dude, its not that hard...You want it in 4" scale right? Just use a DCIH figure as a base! Sculpt the details. If you want longer arms, cut parts of arms of another figure, glue it to the base figure, and sculpt over it!
pock63 -
Monday, April 12, 2010
Get some schulpt and a simple basefigure and just start schulpting. You might wan't to practice schulpting before you go at the head. As fore paint I suggesr modle master acrilics. Theres not much to it it just takes practice.
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