dallas

Conversion and painting

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stage 1

Lego robot

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stage 2

glue

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stage 4

GreenStuff

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stage 5

painting

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stage 6

conversion and painting completed

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Really awesome stuff, altough not so Lego anymore. I see that you use green stuff :thumbup: , the best, I love to sculpture stuff with it.

But I totally support this kind of customs, I have myself builded all kinds of miniatures, painted and modified GW figs when I was younger. Recently I also modified to Lego minifigures.

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Very creative and an absolute art. You are a great model builder! :thumbup:

I'm guessing warhammer is one of your hobbies as well, I think these models fit in nicely there.

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These are amazing! The detail and creativity involved is incredible. I agree the end result is less lego creation and more sculpture using lego as a base, but that seems as good a use of lego as any to me.

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I started painting models many many years ago.

Usually it takes me 10 to 20 hours of work to finish single Minifig model, but it depends on size, style, base, level of details and so on. I am a commission painter and I do it for living.

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You are quite the talented artist! This guy on the right, in the wheelchair, is my favorite of the ones you have posted. I love the colors. Very nice work!

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It's fantastic how you can get all these individual detail onto the Lego itself, plus I'v got to love the latest one!

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Really awfull paint job. Would wish to have this ability for my customs to create better examples ...

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Not my cup of tea for lego but you've certainly nailed these! Not to difficult to see that you can make a living out of this! :)

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What an absolutely incredible use of Lego. As others have said, this is more art with a Lego base... but it's INCREDIBLE art with a Lego base. The pieces still feel playful enough that they pay proper homage to their Lego bases, and the art aspect of them is literally astounding. Color me very impressed. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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this is more art with a Lego base... but it's INCREDIBLE art with a Lego base.

This is the point. Awesome! Give us more! :wink:

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This is the point. Awesome! Give us more! :wink:

Agreed.

This are just unbelievably cool. Fantastic paint job. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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I'm glad you posted again or I may have never seen this thread. This stuff is wonderful! I love the robots; especially the one in the wheelchair. Your paint jobs are fantastic but what draws me the most is the creativity behind your concepts. Thanks for sharing!

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