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White Queen / Emma Frost Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:2917  
Name:White Queen / Emma Frost
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:Wings  
Date Added:June 12, 2007
Base Figure:XMC Storm
Height:6.00 inches
OK, not the best dremelling job in the world granted but I think I need to invest in some new tools! Another one to add to my ever growing Hellfire Club, Emma here uses an XMC Rogue head with Mystiques hair. I used citadel all over and a sharpie for the chords. I also used an Emma Frost cape with the badge removed and white fur for the trim.


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Mikey11935 - Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Okay so the dremel got away from ya! It still looks good! If it bothers ya just sand it down.
I might want to make one of these myself!
Unknown User - Wednesday, June 13, 2007
Hmm t*ts and a$$ guy much Deadeye? Lol. You're right though Gepetto, I could always resculpt if it went too far. I got some files today from a friend and pinched a fine sand block off my dad when I went to see him (what else are they for?) so here's hoping she'll be rounded out for yearbook!
Unknown User - Wednesday, June 13, 2007
LOL I just said that to him in PM before I read this
Yeah a womans thighs are every important and shes a superhero so give her a nice set of toned but firm rib crunchers
Make her look like shes done that stepper to destruction
~_@
Dedi
18thstreet-Geppetto - Wednesday, June 13, 2007
I would say go with the lowest grade you can just to be cautious , it might take you longer but the desiered effect would be more controlled and if worst comes to worst and the damage is to far gone you might want to put some apoxie on her thighs and resculpt them
Unknown User - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Sounds omnimous Freddie! Cheers for the tips too Deadeye - invaluable as ever I see! I'm off tomorrow so may have to nip up town to get a few blocks and files. When I finish HArry Leland and Selene I'll be posting a group shot so no doubt she'll be overhauled in time for yearbook along with a de-nappied Tessa.
fastfreddie - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
looks good...but you could've gave her that hard as diamond form look...that would go perfect with those dremel cuts on her...but, even though....it still beats the stuffing out of the ML version..wait till you see what I did with my ML white queen!
Unknown User - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
I have Black sand paper that I use to smooth my wood carvings down by hand to give it a smooth babys bum feel- its fine grain
Even if you used a few emery nail file boards on a small wooden/metal block (even using a pencil) that would have the same effect
I only use my dremel for hard plastic - big heads and metal work
But your welcome Wings - I was giving you props too man - thanks for making me feel invisibubble
~_@
Dedi
Unknown User - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Thanks for the tip Gepetto. Is the dremel only relly better for larger pieces then? I always thought it was a better way to sand but thought it was the attachments I was using that were making the patterned marks. What grade sandpaper would you recommend? Seriously, it's help like this that will improve me in the future so thanks!!!
18thstreet-Geppetto - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
you got the face down but you should start sanding the thighs by hand and the bust so it smooths it out, the dremel might be to much for this custom , you should treat it as if it were delacate, but a good start but don't stop go further with it
Unknown User - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Like you said - pity about the dremelling on the thighs
But overall mate - this totally kicks a$$
Well done wings - Kudos on the head choice old son
~_@
Dedi
spidey5483 - Tuesday, June 12, 2007
Dude, this is sweet! Best Emma I have ever seen to date! Great job!!!
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