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    Street Fighter Guile-hs repaint

    hello,

    from the video game "streetfighter".

    reference pic


    the headsculpt i got from Bear at one sixth depot about six-eight months ago, repaint using oils, acrylics and pastels.



    thanks for looking
    ian.

    rip toshiba - 11/3/2014
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    Sweet work man. Looking forward to see how the figure turns out.

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    Great work...all I can say is...SONIC BOOOM!!!

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    What area did you use with oil, must but quite hard to apply it. Nice work any way.


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    sweet..make a chun lee figure next haha.. good job

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    i gotta show my 14yr nephew this!!! he will drool!!
    sweet paint job

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    Great Job! I love Street Fighter and have been wanting to do some figures myself.

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    thanks alot for the replies. i've seen a figure that might suit this. it's the russian boxer Ivan Drago from the rocky film and the body is all one-piece moulding. but it's expensive. £99. which is about $180. I'll just have to keep looking around.

    rip toshiba - 11/3/2014
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    Sonic booom! Love the hair classic.

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    What about one of these 12" bodies....
    http://www.toywiz.com/wwemaximum.html

    I have bought a couple and although they are not super-articulate, they do work quite well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nai1981 View Post
    What area did you use with oil, must but quite hard to apply it. Nice work any way.
    hi there.....thanks for the reply.....stripped then base flesh coat. then oil paint all over and wipe back slightly then the pastel put on.

    rip toshiba - 11/3/2014
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