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    Heroic Warrior MOTUalberta's Avatar
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    "Vintage" Goddess By NEvil Works

    So many beat up figures....

    When you have 14 Teelas this was bound to happen.

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    I love it! I was actually thinking about doing that too. I love my MOTUC Goddess figure.

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    this vintage green Sorceress is fun!
    See ALL of my customs (tons of He-Man, Transformers, JLU, TNBX, Flash Gordon, and more in one organized Gallery):
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    Always wish they made her in green. Love your detailed out Grayskull in the pics! Thanks for sharing.

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    Heroic Warrior Lich Leech's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes0217 View Post
    Always wish they made her in green. Love your detailed out Grayskull in the pics! Thanks for sharing.
    +1

    What kind of paints were used here, both on Teela and on the castle? What did you use for the moss on CG?
    By the ancients!!!


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    nicely done!

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    Thanks for looking everyone,

    I only used acrylic paints. As for the moss it can be found in any hobby shop. The bag said "Quebec Moss".
    I used tacky glue and water to soften the moss and shoved it into cracks.

    Here are the pics:
    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...5234761&type=3
    Check out my customs. Go on, treat yerself!
    New life into old playsets!
    http://www.youtube.com/user/Neilrich...0?feature=mhee

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