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    Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    This ones been a a long time coming but I'm glad to finally have the silent master on the team. He uses a combo SSC parts, various 1/6 pouches and some scratch built bitsand belts, all on a heavily modified HT True Type. While there're a great of folks who will always prefer his more simple solid black '82 attire, the '85 version is, for me, the definitive Snake Eyes that'd I've loved since I was a kid.









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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)







    With some fellow teammates:

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Great job!! And Wild Bill and Duke (right?) are also fantastic!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    damn that is nice!!!!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    That's one sweet SE. So as WB & Duke.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Awesome! Is Wild Bill's vest custom made?

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Looks good, very true to the original figure! Looks good with his buddies as well.

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    Thanks you guys! Snakes was a definite labor of love.

    That's actually Hawk next to him rather than Duke, though he has blonde hair under that helmet. I'm a big fan of the original Marvel run and Hawk was blonde long before he appeared on the Sunbow toon with his brown hair.

    Griz, Bill's vest is modded from a Dragon one, I believe.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    WOW!!
    That is spot ON with the 3 3/4" figure. He looks excellent!! And the other two, Wild Bill and Hawk, look awesome!
    Great job on all three.

    So...uh.....where's Timber?
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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Great job, looks awesome

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Perfect!
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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Great figures!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    gorgeous, mando. the 3 3/4'' version of this guy carried out more missions at my house when i was little than any other figure i think...except maybe vintage fett. your work is, as always, amazing.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    That's beautiful work, Mando.

    You pegged him.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    That is just perfect. '85 Snakes was always my favorite. Great work.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    awesome job on your Snake Eyes , def has the feel of the 3 3/4 " fig . Great work on Hawk & Wild Bill
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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Great Work!!!

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    Cool Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Appreciate the comments, guys! Glad you dig him!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Nice! Like Wild Bill too!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Awesome.

    You must send that Wild Bill to me. You must.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Excellent version of Snake Eyes!
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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    This one is my favorite one too. You pulled it together very nicely.

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    that is awesome.
    i really need a snake eyes visor anyone know where i can get one or if theres a how to make one about

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Now those are GI Joe-RAH characters I recognize. Really nice custome touches.
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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Excellent take on Snake Eyes!
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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Now that is Snake Eyes!

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    Thumbs up Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Thanks again for the comments guys! More goodness to come!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Freakin' awesome!!!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    sideshow should have made this version instead. awesome work man!

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    Re: Commando CODENAME: Snake Eyes ('85)

    Fantastic

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