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    MOTUC sized Fright Zone, Filmation Style

    Hi everyone!
    Here's our latest project: The Horde Fright Zone!
    We made it MOTUC sized, based on the Filmation design (modified in order to be able to display a few figures)

    Hope you like it!

















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    Last edited by toyboys inc; November 19, 2012 at 12:09pm.
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    That's really fricken cool, nice work, truly nice work.
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    this is crazy cool!

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    This what I want when they make the fright zone, I want this.. but use the vintage fright zone as the back side of the playset; like the back side of the Castle Grayskull Playset; I think that would make everyone happy.

    That way if ppl wanted to display it as filmation, detach the front.
    If ppl wanted to display the vintage, they can detach the back.

    ...both ppl happy.

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    One of the coolest things I have seen. What did you use to make it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rankinman View Post
    That's really fricken cool, nice work, truly nice work.
    Thank you!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by carlosdeanda View Post
    this is crazy cool!
    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by NikeBoyRM View Post
    WOW!

    I like your FZ!!!
    Thanks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Replikor View Post
    This what I want when they make the fright zone, I want this.. but use the vintage fright zone as the back side of the playset; like the back side of the Castle Grayskull Playset; I think that would make everyone happy.

    That way if ppl wanted to display it as filmation, detach the front.
    If ppl wanted to display the vintage, they can detach the back.

    ...both ppl happy.
    Glad you liked it! And great idea

    Quote Originally Posted by iron_pride View Post
    One of the coolest things I have seen. What did you use to make it?
    Thank you!!
    Basically, we used garbage, haha! Parts of some speakers, 2 plants pots, some tubes, cd displays cases, and some other stuff we had lying around
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    Quote Originally Posted by toyboys inc View Post
    Thank you!!
    Basically, we used garbage, haha! Parts of some speakers, 2 plants pots, some tubes, cd displays cases, and some other stuff we had lying around
    Too cool for words. Can you show us more pictures of it? Inside, the back, everything? This is so awesome..and to know you made it out of junk, makes it even more cool!!!!

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    Amazing work! Is that stained glass with leading for the balcony? And I like your idea of Mo-Larr as one of Hordak's minions.

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    Awesome!!!! Wow there is a LOT going on on your diplay! Love all the confrontations!
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    That is super impressive, I love the battle scene and everything about the fright zone!!
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    That is...wow just wow. Fraking amazing!!! Love it!
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    Also...get her into the line!

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    Well, thank you very much for that smile you just gave me!!! I never thought I'd see someone try this - should have known you clever toyboys folks would be brave!

    Love the epic battle shots!

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    STUNNING. I have never seen a playset like this....it's perfect. Can you post a pic with some vintage customs in there (your Filmation ones!!!)

    amazing, but I want to see the vintage goodness: scale or no scale.

    See ALL of my customs (tons of He-Man, Transformers, JLU, TNBX, Flash Gordon, and more in one organized Gallery):
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    Itīs such a great but simply approach. Using what ever you got at home and transform that "garbage" into the FRIGHT ZONE, thatīs amazing

    It feels like Hordak did that to create his Fright Zone, the Vintage playset is nothing more than a rock with two caves and a tree again, he used what was there and turnt a cave into a prison and the other became the home of a monster.
    The FILMATION fright zone looks as if it wasnīt planned and put together just like yours and that what makes it so special and great.

    VERY COOL

    And my favorite character on your pictures is Shadow Weaver, it looks as if she would try to hit She-Ra on the head with her spell book!!!!

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    That's pretty nifty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iron_pride View Post
    Too cool for words. Can you show us more pictures of it? Inside, the back, everything? This is so awesome..and to know you made it out of junk, makes it even more cool!!!!
    Thanks! I agree that it is made with junk makes it cooler. We didn't just made a playset, we made the planet a little bit cleaner, haha!
    I'll take more pics as soon as possible, from more angles, and post them here
    Thanks again!

    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes0217 View Post
    Amazing work! Is that stained glass with leading for the balcony? And I like your idea of Mo-Larr as one of Hordak's minions.
    Thank you!!
    No, it's acrylic we cut heating up an utility knife and gluing together.
    Putting Mo-Larr there was just a way of hiding him a little, haha

    Quote Originally Posted by He Man 12 View Post
    Awesome!!!! Wow there is a LOT going on on your diplay! Love all the confrontations!
    Thanks!! We have a lot of fun making them "fight" Glad you enjoy it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Darththomas81 View Post
    That is super impressive, I love the battle scene and everything about the fright zone!!
    Thank you!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Barezz View Post
    That is...wow just wow. Fraking amazing!!! Love it!
    Thank you so much!

    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyBoy View Post
    Well, thank you very much for that smile you just gave me!!! I never thought I'd see someone try this - should have known you clever toyboys folks would be brave!

    Love the epic battle shots!
    Hey, Mr DBoy!! It is great to make a very strict She-Ra fan smile! haha! We're glad you like it!
    Thank you!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Tyke View Post
    STUNNING. I have never seen a playset like this....it's perfect. Can you post a pic with some vintage customs in there (your Filmation ones!!!)

    amazing, but I want to see the vintage goodness: scale or no scale.

    Hi Tyke!! So glad you like it, too!
    Sure, I'll take some pictures as soon as I can! It is a great idea to put the vintage figures up there, they will make the Fright Zone look even bigger! Thanks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Niki View Post
    Itīs such a great but simply approach. Using what ever you got at home and transform that "garbage" into the FRIGHT ZONE, thatīs amazing

    It feels like Hordak did that to create his Fright Zone, the Vintage playset is nothing more than a rock with two caves and a tree again, he used what was there and turnt a cave into a prison and the other became the home of a monster.
    The FILMATION fright zone looks as if it wasnīt planned and put together just like yours and that what makes it so special and great.

    VERY COOL

    And my favorite character on your pictures is Shadow Weaver, it looks as if she would try to hit She-Ra on the head with her spell book!!!!
    Thank you!! I laughed picturing Shadow Weaver throwing the spell book over She-ra's head, haha!
    I agree about the vintage Fright Zone. It doesn't look too "Horde", as they are technological. Glad you liked our approach

    Quote Originally Posted by Sky Breaker View Post
    That's pretty nifty.
    Thank you!
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