Last edited by actionfiguremovies; 03-23-2017 at 17:49.
Looks good! The Phicen has better articulation than a non-seamless body? Who would say!
Whoa looks great! But honestly I'm more impressed by the Thor! Is that the new Phicen arnold body? Now that's a Thor!
If it is, how hard is it to put the new body on...I don't even like futzing much so it's probably a project I can't tackle anyway. I'd love to use that body on the Avengers Thor but know the arms probably won't fit the armor. (hope you don't mind if I go off topic to your thread)
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I don't mind the big breasts on the original Lady Deadpool, I've always thought that if any superheroe in the Marvel Universe would get breast implants that would be Lady Deadpool for sure! XD
very nice upgrade, the figure is much better this way imho
looks great, and yes... phicens do have the best articulation. i have noticed that the soft silicone is main reason, as it best emulates human tissue, and muscle. no body except for another with full silicone and the same or a similar skeleton will ever reach the same level of articulation. plus the steel does make for tighter joints.
Well, that certainly is a turn for the better.
Really nicely done, AFM.
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Which Phicen body did you use? I dont know much about Phicen but I'd like to get one to change my Lady Deadpool body too. Do the arms, feet and neck connectors work without modification?
I can get why you'd do that as you don't really want visible joints with a tight bodysuit.
It really helps to get the clothes to moving in the right direction. I've tried to put clothes on without the corn starch and that was just about impossible as I did some real damage to the clothes.
The armor for Thor went on easily without using the corn starch but the pants definitely went on using the corn starch. Hope that answers your question.
welcome to the phicen club. she looks great, and mainly because phicen bodies are the best for everything, regardless of clothing level. hell, if it wasnt for lack of hands and feet, i'd use one for my eva in her cop outfit. i really need to get another s12d. and might get a loose body from the painkiller jane figure. since i have po'd her, though...gonna save up money to pay for her.
I read from another post you made in another forum that the suit has to be glue shut because its not made to be taken off, I'm contemplating if I should do the body swap as I dont want to mess up the suit at the end. Any tips on that AFM?
Take your time. It was zipped but the zipper part was not there. I don't know if mine was just missing it and they glued it shut. If yours has the zipper then you will be better off that I. If it doesn't, take your time and use ans exacto knife and cut an opeing and slowly pull it apart. I used super glue and black electrical tape to close up the back. The swords covers a lot of this up. I'll try and take picture later if you would like.
Is the corn starch used as a powder or do you get it wet to put the pants on the phicen body for Thor? Do you think another synthetic lubricant would work? Can the corn starch stain the phicen body or ruin it?
Thanks, btw, I am definitely copying your project, it's just too cool. I'll post pics and give you all the credit when I get it done in the next couple weeks.
I look forward to seeing your project my friend.
Thanks AFM! .
Thanks AFM for the body tips!! The body was a perfect match! I just did my swap and it is fabulous!, the body is slightly taller than original body so the sleeves a bit short. And instead of glue and electrical tapes, I just stitched it back with red threads, an easier and cleaner approach
Glad I could help a brother. That came out great buddy. I like the stitch job too. Might have to give that a shot.
I'll be posting my next custom later today.
Here's a hint. It didn't take 23 times to get this one right.
Love that gambit custom!