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70's Joes and AM as ARAH characters (customs)

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  • #16

    Yup, they are all still WIP to a point, just wanted to show the idea off and get feedback, I could improve them a lot but was also just keeping down cost. I will work on them as time goes on and have more planned, I will keep you guys posted on progress

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    • #17

      Very nice!!

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      • #18

        Is it possible to do Flash and Stalker.
        Doc .Snow Job.
        and maybe get more of those cool Helmets.

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        • #19

          Awesome idea what would you use for Helmets?

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          • #20

            Originally posted by Gforce121262@yahoo.com View Post
            Awesome idea what would you use for Helmets?
            If you're talking about my idea, I'm not sure. The point would be to have helmets that were unique looking and all the same (except for color - Zap's helmet matched his brighter green fatigues).

            I'd probably start with something like Cots tanker or German paratroop/flyer helmets and modify them. Joe has a big noggin, so the choices are more limited if you don't want to start from scratch.



            I don't know if I would do 1983 figures, because the first gen was purposely made from very few molds, which is why there were only two kinds of boots and 5 male heads. And that is very similar to how there were only a few kinds of faces for the original Joes. By 1983 the team uniforms stopped being at all similar and it was anything goes. Snowjob makes sense - that's a Sea Adventurer in white. But the rest of them have all individual faces and wildly varying clothing.
            Last edited by RX-79G; 10-30-2018, 12:43 AM.

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            • #21

              If I can you could try Plastic Easter Helmet.
              modified.
              Cast Alex Ross
              glue on with R.T..V
              for raised detail

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              • #22

                The tank Helmet would work .
                if you look at Docs Bio Card this for example looks like that shape.
                this Red and White.

                and the German Para Trooper
                remind of the 1/6 Scale Base Ball Helmet
                I trim off the Brim

                and added rear Skirt.
                from a Plastic Easter Egg Cone Shape Section
                maybe modifieing the Cots Helmet with Milliput
                or Magic or Apoxie Sculp or Green Stuff.

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                • #23

                  I've seen some of these figures previously on another forum and thought they were great. Still do. I don't think they should be compared to scratch-built customs, but in my opinion as kit-bashes using available parts they're a very fun look at what Hasbro might have done with the older style figures had the RAH characters been created in the 70s. Very well executed. Thanks for sharing.

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                  • #24

                    Originally posted by oliver View Post
                    I've seen some of these figures previously on another forum and thought they were great. Still do. I don't think they should be compared to scratch-built customs, but in my opinion as kit-bashes using available parts they're a very fun look at what Hasbro might have done with the older style figures had the RAH characters been created in the 70s. Very well executed. Thanks for sharing.
                    Thank you very much, that's the idea exactly

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                    • #25

                      Now you guys go me THINKING
                      ALONG those Lines

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