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I got this yesterday 9/14 and the first thing I did was check the articulation. Hips would not hold a pose. Everything else was fine, but the hips being loose is a no GO for me. So I did a Tbleague Body swap and added more hands. Please feel free to ask any question about the custom. I'll do my best to give clear answers. Thanks for looking. Please enjoy.

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Re: War Story: 1/6 Black Poison Queen aka Ms. Venom Custom by AFM Pic heavy 9/15

Here some more pictures with different heads. The purple masked head is from the Ghost Spider Maximum Venom Titan Hero Series. Please enjoy.

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Congrats! looks amazing, I want to do the same for mine, I'd appreciate guidance on the following:

  • How much did you have to un-do in the back to take the body out?
  • How difficult was it to take out the legs from the feet holes?
  • I can see the neck part is the same as the original figure, how did you integrate that with the TBLeague body?
  • What did you use to put back together with the suit?

I'd appreciate your help, maybe I'll gain the nerve to do mine.

Jorge.

DSC09672 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09673 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09674 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09675 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09676 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09677 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09678 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09679 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09681 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09682 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09683 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09684 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09685 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09686 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09687 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09688 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09689 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09690 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09691 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

DSC09692 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

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Thanks buddy. Here are the answers:
How much did you have to un-do in the back to take the body out?
From between the shoulder blades to the lower back.

How difficult was it to take out the legs from the feet holes?
It is not hard. After you cut the back, slide the costume down the legs to give it a little slack. Then pull feet out from the ankle. Take you time and keep the slack so you do not stretch the custome.

I can see the neck part is the same as the original figure, how did you integrate that with the TBLeague body?
The is a collar that come with the figure, I believe. It come off really easy. Just put it back on the TbLeague body.

What did you use to put back together with the suit?
I just sewed it back togther with needle and thread. Also very easy.

I hope that helps. It for feel free to ask more question. One more thine: I put Vaseline lightly all over the body to get the suit to slide on suit with ease.
 
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