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    SECOND HANDMADE BODYARMOUR FOR 3,75" ACTION FIGURES

    Hello! I' d like to know your sincere opinions about my second test, another scratchbuilted tactical vest. All opinions and critiques are wellcome (I need to know if all this work could be worthy or not ). Thank you !












































































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    Junk? Nah, thats antique! ska_lives's Avatar
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    THat is a major improvement in scale! This one really sits well on the figure. Does it fit on the larger bodies? If so that might hide the extra lift in the shoulders.

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    That looks great! Great improvement over version 1!

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    I agree this one does look like a better fit than 1.0

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    Thank you, guys!
    Yes, it could be adpted for bigger figures :)
    I have to reduce a bit the thickness of the shoulder straps....

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    Love it! :)

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    Looks great scale wise. I'm thinking maybe paint it Black then give it the Green wash so the cracks and clevises hold the Black and give it some real detail and depth. Nice work.






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    Quote Originally Posted by icecreamman View Post
    Love it! :)
    Quote Originally Posted by Byrnes View Post
    Looks great scale wise. I'm thinking maybe paint it Black then give it the Green wash so the cracks and clevises hold the Black and give it some real detail and depth. Nice work.
    Thanks, buddies!
    I have to try that black-painted variant and that washing work: your tip is really precious, Byrnes! Thanks!

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