He looks really freaking great. The problem with the chest is it looks like an enormous butt the way you have it. It would look so much better if you covered it up some, because sculpting a bottom to the pecs would be extremely difficult at this point. To me, that's a major, major, major flaw having his chest look like a fat lady's butt, so I hope you'll cover the bottom portion of it.
You don't have to go as high as I did all those years ago
or how high Adrenaline did
but covering that up some sure would improve the look of the figure!
What color are you going to do the scar? Since you chose such a good yellow-tan for the skin, you should go a slightly browner shade of that same color. His scars weren't actually red or black, they were always a darker color than his skin, much like a real person's lips are. I didn't realize that until a few years ago.
I can sell you some stickers to use as symbols. I haven't revamped the Irwin/Jakks size ones yet though, but I can redo those later this week. I want to add the outer border color so you don't have to cut so precisely to not end up with a white paper outline, just like what I did with the figuarts size ones. dragonballfigures.boards.net/thread/1140/figuarts-jakks-irwin-logo-stickers My Goku-Ginyu has the old style of sticker where you had to cut precisely or end up with a white outline.
I fixed some of the problems like the shirt and face scars. Ill post a pic later. I was just wondering who on here sells things on ebay and could suggest a camera setting to take good pictures for it and everything like that
He looks amazing. So much better with the shirt higher up like that. What arms/hands did you use? Are the hands magnetic or how are u switching them out??
Thank you. I used the arms of that kinda weird looking strinking z fighters super sayian 3 goku. As for the hands I cut a paper clip into short pieces so that they would bent and dremeled lil holes in the arm and hands. I put a enough apoxie sculpt in the hole of the arm where its filled then put a lil bit of super glue at the end of the paper clip piece and pushed it down the arm with apoxie around it and let it harden. Then dremel a little hole in the hand pack apoxie down it and push it down the paper clip piece thats hardened in the arm and pull it off slowly so it doesn't pull the apoxie. Then just it should fit snug after it hardens when you put in back on
Unfortunately there isn't a good one that looks like a child. That's why I'm having to sculpt my own, see my wip topic. The popy and two chara puchi figures all have hair that is too short. Adrenaline used the best/easiest base and it's the DBAF Xicor Real Works bootleg head. It has hair similar to SS2 Gohan.
If you are using an Irwin or Jakks body, the one shifty recommended is best.
Heres some vegetas im working on. A super vegeta and a namek saga vegeta. For the super vegeta I don't know what arms to use let me know which ones you guys think fit him better. For the trunks arms I know I have to beef them up some more.
Post by The Great Saiyaman on Aug 15, 2014 15:08:44 GMT -6
Wow! The leg muscles on Super Vegeta look great! I always thought the legs and hips on that mould looked really strange. Can't wait to see this guy get painted. I would say bigger is better for the arms.
Whoa these are looking fantastic. You know what's ironic? When I bought your Yamcha, I thought to myself "you know... I'd regret if I didn't buy this, just like I regretted not buying Jinzin's USS Vegeta he made" and it's funny that you are making one. I wanted to buy that figure he made so bad, it was only like $30. I wanted to repaint it and integrate it into my collection. See attached pics. Maybe they will help you.