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    MOTUC Fuerza-T Tekno

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    Since I first saw the Fuerza-T figures, I loved Tekno.
    I've seen there have been a few customs already and wanted to try my hand at one, I wanted to go for the toy look as much as possible, but bring in the Classics detail, and bonus accessory! let me know what you think.







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    looks great dude! I gotta get my hands on some parts to make this too.

    I love the chest plate addition. I always felt techno was missing something. He looks complete there.

    Good job.

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    Nice one!
    That's the most toy accurate Tekno I've seen yet. I really like it.

    Care to share show you did the lion-cloth? When I first saw bow, I thought his loin-cloth would be great for the FT good guys but I wouldn't know how to blend them as well as you have.

    I really like his Enforcer armour too.

    Great work

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    Quote Originally Posted by claw guy 3 View Post

    Care to share show you did the lion-cloth?
    After a few attempts at just sculpting it, I couldn't make it work, the bottom edge was too brittle just using epoxie sculpt, it would crack off when you moved the legs, I figured out an internal skeleton might work, so:

    I took a copy of half the profile from Bow using electrical tape, stuck it on a piece of paper, scanned it, traced it in Adobe Illustrator, and mirrored it so they would be uniform. Printed that, cut it out, traced it to a MOTUC card bubble (we all have a few of those lying around, eh?), cut that out.

    Took a standard furry shorts loincloth, cut the furry shorts off so just the belt was there, stuck that back on the figure.

    Then I super glued the plastic profile to the inside of the belt.

    Epoxie Sculpt the contours and BAM! you got yourself some non-furry shorts!

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