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    Col. Blast

    Col. Blast- Recipe: So used hurricane hordak armor, had to cut the dial out. Then i cut out the the back panel of the Rio Blast armor( the part the back plugs into). I used Locrite, a marker applicator and glue that surprisingly worked well( i have had bad luck with alot of adhesives), filled in the rest with Bondic. The hands also came from rio blast, as well as the the knees guns pads. Boots came from Hordak, and boot bottoms from Blast Attack. Seahawk loin, Space ace belt with bottom sash cut off, Head from Eternal Customs, I used Sky gray from Modello, really is a great color to match Horde trooper armor. He is not an exact match to what we saw in Filmation and the Eternity war, changed the wrists from brown to black, and kept is hands gloved rather then bare. Also the shoulder guns and knee guns were harder to replicate, and beyond my skill, so rather used what mattel already gave us To create a mash up of Firepower man/Col. Blast. Might repaint the gloves brown at a later time, but like how he came out. Let me know what you think


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    Quote Originally Posted by facet View Post
    Col. Blast- Recipe: So used hurricane hordak armor, had to cut the dial out. Then i cut out the the back panel of the Rio Blast armor( the part the back plugs into). I used Locrite, a marker applicator and glue that surprisingly worked well( i have had bad luck with alot of adhesives), filled in the rest with Bondic. The hands also came from rio blast, as well as the the knees guns pads. Boots came from Hordak, and boot bottoms from Blast Attack. Seahawk loin, Space ace belt with bottom sash cut off, Head from Eternal Customs, I used Sky gray from Modello, really is a great color to match Horde trooper armor. He is not an exact match to what we saw in Filmation and the Eternity war, changed the wrists from brown to black, and kept is hands gloved rather then bare. Also the shoulder guns and knee guns were harder to replicate, and beyond my skill, so rather used what mattel already gave us To create a mash up of Firepower man/Col. Blast. Might repaint the gloves brown at a later time, but like how he came out. Let me know what you think

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    That is all so cool but you missed the obvious base figure choice, Buzz saw Hordak!!!!

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    Excellent bro..

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    Quote Originally Posted by He-bro View Post
    That is all so cool but you missed the obvious base figure choice, Buzz saw Hordak!!!!
    thats a great suggestion could have put that chest gun right there

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    nice job...maybe a slightly different shade of gray for the mask would help bringing out the details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Brown View Post
    nice job...maybe a slightly different shade of gray for the mask would help bringing out the details.
    yeah there is a difference but not very noticeable in the pic but i got some darker grays i could use

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