I don't think so (t)
I've done a few torso and hip cracks before. The problem is the peg that connects the hip to the torso - it's enclosed inside the hole. You would have to really just slice down the seams and pry it apart gradually and gently, repairing any damage with apoxie or sculpy. It can be done with minimal breakage the more experienced you get at it.
: Is there an easy way to put ML 1 Cap's abs and
: chest together with ML 3 Wolverine's thighs
: without having to pry apart the pelvises and
: risk breaking them? ML 1 Cap has the best
: chest and abs of any figure, Wolverine has
: great legs for a super-muscular figure who's
: about 6' tall, and I'll add ML 3 Thor's arms
: or ML AoA Sabrettoth's arms. That would be
: perfect for any super-muscular figure like
: Sub-Mariner or Black Adam.
: I point out bodybuilders and my action
: figures on message boards and people say
: super heroes shouldn't look like freaks. Of
: course they should look like freaks. They
: ARE freaks. I think it's jealousy. Comic
: book geeks (of which I am one who happens to
: lift weights) want super heroes to look like
: ordinary people, I suppose because ordinary
: people read comic books.
: I think the actor and the action figure
: should look the way he's drawn in the book.
: Today I should paint Quicksilver. Right now
: he's just ML Dr Strange's head (painted
: white) on Bullseye's body. The belt and the
: thing on his right thigh also have to go.
: Those work for JSA Sand, Daredevil and I
: forget what else. Leave them on, add LOTR
: Aragorn's head and DCD Eradicator's visor
: and bingo! you have the modern Northstar.
: I'll post this before my pc eats it again.
: I had all this written out in better detail
: when it disappeared.
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