no I did not, I decided to display them in more or less museum poses (too lazy to mod yet) and the lack of shelf space makes it necessary to stand them in such poses anyway until I make a dedicated display case for them.... next years/decades problem...Great display. I have a few of these but unfortunately the articulation is not good. jaztermareal, my brother, did you do and modding to improve this?
I have not tackled it yet myself.
Fair enough my friend. Still a great display. I'll get around to it one of these days. Hopefully it will not be to costly. We'll see...no I did not, I decided to display them in more or less museum poses (too lazy to mod yet) and the lack of shelf space makes it necessary to stand them in such poses anyway until I make a dedicated display case for them.... next years/decades problem...
Some are 3d prints, rest are are Mcfarlane, Master Replicas, Kotobukiya, Gentle Giant and Mattel, plus a couple very under-scaled ones that still look good in standard 1:6 figure hands from Megabloks, Joyride and Play Arts Kai.That is a great collection. With the weapons I know some came with them but with the others or most, were they 3D printed? As Spyder had said I wish I had snagged one of the Spartans.
The Mcfarlane 12 inch Spartans came in 3 colours (Master Chief green, blue and brown) so there is room to use some of the helmets without re-painting. I have a bunch of the Mcfarlane 12 inch figures and (IIRC) I have the entire collection of Mcfarlane helmets including a few of the promotional ODST ones. The two ODST helmets in the pic are Mcfarlane while the Noble 6 one is by Callous who IIRC is a member here and on Deviant Art (took me a while but I managed to get it off a fellow collector, its a beautiful multi-part helmet).
Yes, the 3A Spartans etc make a powerful group, but it's really the awesome assembly of weapons in the first shot that makes my jaw drop. As evident from your explanation below, jaztermareal, it's mighty impressive from quite how many places and sources you've put them together, and then how they are effectively arranged for visual impact (and in some cases, to disguise or finesse issues of scale). Liking Cortana where she fits in because she's not necessarily any particular scale. Are those McFarlane helmets -- I remember they made a crazy load of variants considering how there was only one color-varied body to use them with.