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AOA Sunfire (2nd Shot) Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:1335  
Name:AOA Sunfire (2nd Shot)
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:Kyle Robinson  
Date Added:December 7, 2006
Base Figure:FFC Human Torch
Height:6.00 inches
Kyle's 2nd AOA Sunfire, D.O.B. 12/07/06. I created it eht same way I did my last one but insted of using the movie figure I used the Classics figure. I was thinking about swapping the arms But I actually like them this way. Enjoy.


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VariablePenguin - Saturday, December 9, 2006
yep, I found mine. Started playing with it already too . So far it looks like I'm going to have some pretty thick bladed swords! But it seems to be working well. I need to go make the edge a lot longer though.
A pic of what I have so far:
Kyle Robinson - Saturday, December 9, 2006
I've been trying to track em down for awile. Without paying the 14 bucks far fancy set from the grill section at Homedepot. Think I saw them at a generic doller store once. Let me know if you find yours. if not I'll let you know if I find them at a store for cheap.
VariablePenguin - Saturday, December 9, 2006
Hey you're right. We have some at my house from this cheap grill set we got. We never use them so...
They're really quite long too so I could probably make about 4 or five from one skewer... Have to see if I can find them though.
Kyle Robinson - Saturday, December 9, 2006
that would rock. They make these metal shish cabob scewers (can't spell that) That are sharp and flat like giant bobby pin. but I can't find them anymore.
VariablePenguin - Saturday, December 9, 2006
I wish they made some sort of giant bobbie pin so I could just use the Wolverine claw technique to make a quick metal sword.
Kyle Robinson - Saturday, December 9, 2006
making good swords is hard
VariablePenguin - Saturday, December 9, 2006
More technical jargon:
I used mine to cut tiles and to cut jigsaw blades in an attempt to make little metal swords (didn't work too well)
Mine was a present from my dad for graduation from High School. He either buys me tools or gives me like $20 for my brithday.
Kyle Robinson - Saturday, December 9, 2006
your mostly right doc. always getting better these dremels. but as for now the 400 is tops. as wireless is convienent but proven less powerfull. But when it comes to little plastic people. Even generic will do the job. Trust me, I didn't buy this dremel for figures, its 100 DOLERS!!! I bought it at my last job and was reimberst by my boss. I worked at a body shop. Have you ever taken our dremel too see what it can really do VP. I used it for cutting door skins off!!!! (thats the metel part part ont outside of a car door). But on my figs I rarely take it past 6 Okay noe thats enough technical jargon. this thread is for my figure after all.
Dr Nightmare - Saturday, December 9, 2006
Always remember, no matter how good you think your hardware is, someone is ALWAYS going to have something faster, more efficient, lighter, shinier, cordless, wireless, smaller, quieter, and a TON more expensive
VariablePenguin - Saturday, December 9, 2006
I wasn't freaking out, I was just totally suprised because I thought there was new model out.
Kyle Robinson - Saturday, December 9, 2006
I was just kidding man. We have the same exact one 400 XPR. its the best one! I just wanted to see you freak out
Dr Nightmare - Saturday, December 9, 2006
Hey, I'm not afraid to start snipping e-penises, alright? Alrighty then.
VariablePenguin - Saturday, December 9, 2006
You're Dremel is better than mine? What model do you have? Mine pretty much kicks bum and chews bubble gum at the same time.
Kyle Robinson - Friday, December 8, 2006
I wouldn't be suprised We use all the same stuff according to your tutorial. But I have a better dremel...
VariablePenguin - Thursday, December 7, 2006
I think we have the same work light!
Dr Nightmare - Thursday, December 7, 2006
That think looks so badass with a light behind it @_@ How'd you make the flame on his hand? Sweeeeeet
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