Last edited by toyboys inc; August 7, 2012 at 07:42pm.
Is not not licking toads
See ALL of my customs (tons of He-Man, Transformers, JLU, TNBX, Flash Gordon, and more in one organized Gallery):
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Nice very different but still fits in.
looks perfect! Great Job!
Awesome job!! One of my favorite characters!
NO DYLAMUG? WE DIAL A MOB!!
Very cool and very clever.
He looks awesome! I love him! Congrats!
Awesome... Love all your customs guys.
Wow, verry cool and awsome sculpted figure. Always a fan of more Horde figures to join Hordak's rank.
And man, those hands/claws must have been a pain in the to sculp!
Nope.... nothing here! Just a link to my site http://motumulder.webklik.nl/page/fotoalbum with customs!
That looks great! AWESOME job!
It is spelled "Crita", not "Critta". Misspell her name and Crita will knock the "T" out of you!
Also...get her into the line!
Awesome "Yes Movement" avatar by The All American!
How did you make him?! please share, that is the best filmation dylamug i have seen! Great job!
Last edited by Definitions; August 8, 2012 at 09:29pm.
Wow, this is nice guys! Is that Techno Sword parts for the fingers? Awesome!
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Thanks, everybody! So happy with your positive reaction
@ hatesminion, what do you mean by different but still fits??
@ motumulder / masterenglish, yes, we used MOTUC Techno Sword parts for Dylamug's fingers, they were perfect for them!
@ Definitions, there's no really a recipe. We practically made him from scratch using diffent things for his arms, fingers and "pelvis", but nothing specific And used little bulb lights, too.
Great custom. well done.
Do any of his parts move? Also, did you print out his face using a shot from the show? Can you swap in other faces? Just an idea
Yeah, well if you create them in Photoshop or something and print them out of stiff paper, you could stick them in there: Angry, sad and laughing.To make swapable faces is a great idea! I'll try that for the next Dylamug we make!
For this "next Dylamug" are you planning on starting from scratch or just making another one like this?
I can see now that he's a static figure. A shame. Even if you could get his arms to move, or his midsection to twist, it would offer a really large variety of posing options
Still, as-is, he's a very impressive figure.