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Cobra Crimson Guard Elite 2.0 Custom Action Figure

Custom #:35679  
Name:Cobra Crimson Guard Elite 2.0
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:G.I. Joe
Date Added:January 6, 2012
Base Figure:Various
Height:6.50 inches
Completion Time:60.00 hours
Articulation:30 points
D&dcustoms marvel legends style gi joe cobra elite trooper crimson guard 2. 0 fully poseable action figure. This is our 2nd version. Please visit our album by clicking our id to see more of our 6 inch 1:12th scale gi joe and other customs. We will start listing the new batch of 20 on the realm so stay tuned. Thanks!

User Comments
RedRebelCustoms - Sunday, January 8, 2012
MAN! I have seen people take shots here before. Your pieces are beautifully styled. Seems everyone can agree on that. I have taken a lot of time from my customizing to answer posts and comment. I can understand posting a complete write up on every site is a pain. I prefer copy and paste but don' t always find time for that. This being my favorite site, I tend to comment and post more here. I have experienced criticism at times that was less than kind and take it with a grain of salt. I think you handled yourself with couth. I'm a little dissappointed to see such a great group giving eachother a hard time instead of admiring your work. Can't wait for the recipes when you get around to it bro!
D&DCUSTOMS - Sunday, January 8, 2012
Thanks RedRebelCustoms. I always appreciate your commentary. I list on about 7 sites and it is very time consuming so is not easy to get every site up to date. Just posted the JINX if you have a chance to check her out.
suprasizeme - Saturday, January 7, 2012
This is hard for me but I have to interject. What I think everyone is saying is why not post the recipe on here as well as where else you have it? You guys do amazing work and this Crimson guard imo is the best to date. Most of the customizers here on the realm list their recipes plainly because they understand a great custom is more than the sum of it's parts, it's about transforming those parts through sculpt,paints and skill. So listing the recipe in no way takes away from the custom yet it enhances it.
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, January 7, 2012
I don't disagree with you Suprasizeme. This particular custom was a nightmare to make. If you follow my posts you will find that I mentioned several times that when I get a chance I will update the recipes on this website. It doesn't make sense to retype that sentence everytime I put a post. I simply do not have the time to post an extensive recipe here at the moment. I will get to it at some point. To busy customizing.
RedRebelCustoms - Sunday, January 8, 2012
There are others on the Realm who do not post complete recipes or any at all! I find it a fun challenge to guess the recipes. Maybe start a thread just for that purpose!
D&DCUSTOMS - Wednesday, March 19, 2014
I agree
megatrooper - Saturday, January 7, 2012
used to love my gigoe figs,but losed interest because of the scale.congrats on taking this theme for 6".
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, January 7, 2012
I agree Megatrooper with you about the smaller ones. The smaller 1:18th scale was fantastic when I was a kid and space was extremely limited especially because I wanted to use vehicles and bases and that is the best scale to display for that, but as an adult who wants to just appreciate the art and pose them from time to time I personally think the 1:12th Scale 6 Inch format is the best. As a kid I actually did not like that scale until now. I also think the 1:6th 12 inch scale feels like barbie dolls so the middle works for me.
CAb00se - Friday, January 6, 2012
agreed with huss and OJJ, I get you want to sell them, but relax we arent going to steal your recipes or customers...your work is on a level of its own that will sell your items on its merit.
D&DCUSTOMS - Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Thanks for weighing in Cab00se
hussapocalypse - Friday, January 6, 2012
What's up, doc? Your work is very solid, but your "recipe" reads like a lame advertisement. If I may offer a bit of friendly constructive criticism, you may want to research some more effective marketing techniques, because imo your blunt style of bludgeoning Realmers with the infomercial pitch is actually detrimental to your goal of profiteering from your work. At any rate, it's something to think about. I'm not trying to hurt your feelings, just being honest and hopefully helpful to your cause. Keep up the good work champ!
Ole Jade Jaw - Friday, January 6, 2012
I've been thinking the same thing and it's a shame with such stunning talent.
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, January 7, 2012
Thanks for your comment but you could not be more wrong????? We have no real interest of marketing here. We are booked up all year with custom projects and do not take on new clients really because we don't have the time. All we put in the write up was what this custom was/is and that to see more like it assuming you are a fan to click the id. And if the intent were to give a full lengthy recipe then we would. Our recipes can be found on a different site. I feel like you have you own opinion/assumption based on some emotion and you are projecting it here and I neither know who you are nor think this is the place for it. I think that is what the forum is for. I could be wrong but either way thanks or taking a look.
hussapocalypse - Saturday, January 7, 2012
lol Settle down, Francis.
D&DCUSTOMS - Wednesday, March 19, 2014
D&DCUSTOMS - Wednesday, March 19, 2014
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