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Tomcat RIO

Assassin's Creed Altair, Ezio, Connor and AC Brotherhood

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Hi all, back with some AC minifigs customs. As is my style, I don't use decals.

AC Altair ,AC2 Ezio, AC3 Connor from the game's wallpaper pose.

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Altair

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Ezio

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Connor

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The brotherhood

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A mini army of assassins

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Some mini mods and game scenes from the Assassin's creed 3

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Gathering of some ELITE Assassins

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Papal Guards!! Anyone who watch the game trailer on youtube will know the scene..

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Forgot to add that I was quite inspired by Darkknight7's decals, but I went off on my own to paint the figures. Hope your decals turn out nice at the shops!!

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These are... Amazing! I wondered if LEGO would make a AC theme but this stuff is probably 10 times better....

Great job!

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OMG. Seriously, OMG. These look fantastic. What do you use to do the coloring? Also how did you make the Eagle hoods, are those chopped up Chima head pieces?

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Very impressive - especially considering you didn't use decals. I would be really interested to learn how you customized the bow (i.e. removing the "string" and arrow).

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I think that bow is from a third party. BrickForge if I'm not mistaken. These look fantastic. I'm going to need to make a hood almost exactly like Ezio's and Connor's eventually. Can you point me toward a tutorial that explains how to add add on to the plastic?

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