Here's my ScarJo, made with love, care and a toybiz BW with head fully sculpted out of thin air.
I shortened her at the legs and upper torso and re-engineered her shoulder articulation. New lesson learned: Never compromise the joints
Funny story (now that it's over :) the peg does not go up from the arm, it goes down, so i lost an arm for rubbing plastic (soft, bendable) with epoxi (that does not bend. Need is the mother of invention (or is it despair) after crying rivers for the possible death of my beloved new figure to be, I had an idea, I thought "what if a fallen one can save someone else from apparent doom" (organ donation = fodder)I made her an arm out of a Ann O'Brien's neck (that I had messed up before, RIP) and a elbow joint of a Phoenix. The Challenge this time is: can you guess which arm? (I won't tell, that's the funny part)
Oh, yeah, I didn't have guns, so i made them two glock .26 myself, don't look at them too much
yes... her neck, we all know the original is just unspeakable, so i made her a new neck with a leg joint ball peg from a rambo figure from the 80's, i use it often, on eddie riggs neck, on monkey's waist, and hers was the last one i had (from my childhood!), so, it makes her even more special
On the way to assemble my Avengers! :)
PS: I'm serious, Hasbro, where's MARK VII?
Hugo Dourado (try fb ;)