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    My body custom!

    Hello!
    My body custom.





    left/ dragon
    right/ My custom body

    I increase operation level.




    Each department part.





    I repair a figure.



    A free pose.

    I'm sorry.
    I am weak in English.



    .

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    Wow! Just awesome! Great work!

    Please show some figure with clothes and more poses!
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    oh wow. Well done, fantastic posing and craftsmanship
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    Wow that is incredible! Amazing work you did and thanks for sharing your technique!!
    -mike-

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    Nicely done!!

    Niels

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    Fantastic mod, thanks bro!!

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    Great ideas!

    Makes me wish my hobby stores sell ball & Socket joints...

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    that is really amazing. I will try these bod mods on some of my future batches.
    thx for sharing

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    Thanks for sharing! The mod gives very nice articulation. I wish the 1/6 makers will produce something similar.

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    Very good custom work. I take it you used the Yellow Submarine ball joint sockets in the shoulders and ankles. I've wondered about using the ball joint sockets in the hips. Have you tired that with any luck?

    Paul

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    Very nice...now if I only had the courage to do the same..
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    Body mod took on a new meaning after seeing these. Talking about extensive modifications! I have been doing some chopping these past couple of weeks but nothing near to this extension.
    I think eventually the posture achievement is worth it all
    Very enlightening Matsube San
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    Awesome body mod!

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    Matsube, could you explain why you use the reason for the foam padding on the body, especially the elbow and knee joints?

    Thank you for sharing your work with us.
    Last edited by Pivot; 10-01-2007 at 01:41.
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    excellent

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    Thank you for everybody!


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    Very interesting modifications.

    How hard was the chest to get apart? That doesn't look easy to me and I don't have too many Neos spare that I could experiment on.

    I'd be very interested to see what it looks like with a head and clothes on

    CHEERS!

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    Mr,rogerbee san
    Thank you very much.


    I break a body.


    1.I use this tool.



    2.I chop a body with a tool.



    3.I break it more deeply.



    4.When I turn a tool, a body is broken.



    5.I cut it with a tool and thin a body.



    I'm sorry.
    I am weak in English.

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    fine craftsmenship (and pictures) make up for weak english.
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    Wow, quite a dramatic improvement of range you have accomplished.

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    Very nice! Please show us the body with clothes on soon!

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    Very good, why can't the 1/6th companies worry less about how it looks and emphasize on how it will look and pose with clothes on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pivot
    Matsube, could you explain why you use the reason for the foam padding on the body, especially the elbow and knee joints?

    Thank you for sharing your work with us.
    Not sure if this is the reason but I think the foam pads are for keeping the outfits' shape more realistic on the body.

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    Thank you for everybody!

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    Thanks,

    The trusty sidescutting pliers, I wouldn't have guessed that you'd use those. I've got a pair that I use on twisty ties. If I ever have a spare Neo, and a dash of bravery, I might give your mods a try.

    Thanks for sharing

    CHEERS!

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    Thank you very much

    It is important to come to have been easily over.

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    Thanks for sharing this.
    I also found your other body modifications (BBI G3, G3.5, and DML) tutorials from your website very helpful and interesting.

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    Thank you very much.

    I am glad to be able to help it.

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    Not bad Mat! BTW your English is all that bad.

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    I'm sorry.
    (I translate it by Infoseek software.)

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    Very interesting modifications.
    Francesco

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