Re: making Red Robin
Posted by jonathan on November 23, 2009, 11:24 am, in reply to "making Red Robin"
Correction, it's X-Men Classics series 2 Air Strike Wolverine. But $30 just for the chest straps? I have that, but my custom Falcon is using it for the more modern electronic wings. I used the ML Falcon torso, Thor's arms and Hasbro Juggernaut legs. At least that crappy Juggs figure is useful for canibalizing. I use the head for custom Crusher Creel. |
: Does anyone have any suggestions? I can do
: the head easily enough, but the chest for an
: articulated body has me stumped.
: I made a Red Robin figure with no
: articulation using a Mid-Nighter figure and
: painting it while giving up on whatever it
: is that crisscrosses his chest.
: The cape is also easy enough, just take
: Robin from the DCU classics series. Maybe
: the arms and legs from that, too. The
: harness from Stealth Wolverine (or whatever
: it is, wings strapped to his back)would do
: in a pinch, but I have only the one. The
: idea is to make something that can be
: reproduced and go on ebay for something
: approaching cost.
: I have a Red Hood figure (Moon Knight, Robin
: head, weapons from ML series 6 Punisher, ML
: Gambit's coat, rubber mask from a 5"
: Batman figure) I'll put online when I have a
: photograph. I'd like opinions.
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