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  1. Purist Superhero Figures

    And maybe, depending on the coloring, we can use some of the Chima cheetah's parts to add printing into the deal too! :D
  2. Non-Purist Superhero Figures

    My apologies. The way it's written, your comment is a bit spoilery as well, so I thought it was just that you didn't know the actor's name or any previous movies, which is why I stepped in. :P I've since edited my original comment, and I think you should too.
  3. Purist Superhero Figures

    Other than the official figure, and/or non purism, there are only a few ways to achieve Deadshot's helmet, none of which I personally think are satisfactory or do justice to the character, but I digress. First: Using a "one-eyed" Lego face of your choice, and covering it with a plain helmet of your choice. Second: Using a head of your choice and either of these two Ninjago headwrap things. Third: Using a head of your choice and Cyborg's helmet. or, and this one is my personal favorite . . . Fourth: Use any of the red eyed skulls, (the non-Ninjago one is best), and cover half of it with a white helmet, like so. As for Deathstroke? That figure is perfect. 'Nuff said. I'm just curious. Why are you making purist versions of figures that TLG has already made?
  4. Non-Purist Superhero Figures

    I haven't personally tried this, but the actor who plays Ares in the film, also played There was a figure made of that character a few years ago, which can be seen here. (Linked image may contain spoilers. Open at your own risk.) He is so it might be a bit of a stretch, but I think that with the right mods, it could work. As for the helmet and armor, we have this helmet (Again, linked image may contain spoilers. Open at your own risk.) that looks like it might do the trick, and I'm sure there's some armor combos out there that'll work. I like your idea! My copy of said figure is a tad indisposed at the moment, and I'm not sure I want a permanent DCEU Ares, but I hope someone does this and takes pictures!
  5. Purist Superhero Figures

    I didn't mean anything by it, just that the DCEU head might work with the alternative hair that I suggested if you didn't mind making him look more like comics Steve than DCEU Steve. Glad that my suggestions helped; you're very welcome.
  6. Purist Superhero Figures

    These are the ones that I thought of off the top of my head: https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3626bpb0035#T=C https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3626cpb0704#T=C https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=3626cpb1367&in=M https://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemIn.asp?P=3626bpb0402&in=M https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3626cpb1152#T=C&C=90 https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3626cpb0708#T=C&C=90 https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3626cpb0946&name=Minifig, Head Beard Stubble, Brown Angry Eyebrows, White Pupils Pattern - Stud Recessed&category=[Minifig, Head]#T=C&C=90 https://www.bricklink.com/v2/catalog/catalogitem.page?P=3626bpb0417&name=Minifig, Head Dual Sided Beard Stubble, Bushy Eyebrows, Determined / Grin Pattern - Blocked Open Stud&category=[Minifig, Head]#T=C&C=90 Steve Trevor is also usually either blonde or brunette in the standard canon, so there's that too. The Star-Lord/Captain America: Civil War hair can fix that if you want too.
  7. Purist Superhero Figures

    Substitute in what sense?
  8. No problem at all! Hope it all works out for you in the end. :) Happy building. - The Big Red Cheese
  9. Happy to help! Shucks. :( ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In nicer news, I can now confirm that the winged eagle head helmet (A.K.A. the Flying Warrior helmet) does work with the long, knotted beard (A.K.A. the Vitruvius beard). I dug my Vitruvius figure out of storage while I was looking for another unrelated brick, and figured I'd test the helmet-beard combo while I had both of them out and about. See for yourself:
  10. Purist Superhero Figures

    Thanks! I will probably be making her now! :) I think I want to make a classic version first, as I don't own one mayor yet, let alone two, but I will. :) Thanks for the idea!
  11. I do not have the Medusa hair, so I can't show you what it looks like with the medium-short beard. I do, however, have both the winged eagle head helmet (A.K.A. the Flying Warrior helmet) and the rounded end beard (A.K.A. the Gandalf beard). Together, they look like this: As you can see, the helmet does not attach properly, and just sits on top of the beard. Surprisingly enough, the reason that it doesn't fully connect is due to the edges of the visible beard itself, not because of the loop through which the beard connects to the neck peg, as I initially suspected. As you suggested, I tried the helmet with the fancy beard (A.K.A. the Sensei Wu beard) and as you can see below, it works fine! I can not speak for the long, knotted beard (A.K.A. the Vitruvius beard), because mine is not handy, but based on the pictures available via Bricklink, and as seen here, I think that it will work fine. I also tried the winged eagle head helmet with the moustache, the bandanna, and the short beard (A.K.A. the unkempt, and nigh CMF exclusive beard [] ) all of which have the exact same connection method as the other beards, albeit with slightly different molds. While the moustache and the bandanna work fine*, while the other beard does not. See for yourself: Unfortunately, this has led me to think that the helmet will not work with a number of the currently produced Lego beards, as they all seem to be of a similar width, and possess the same edges. :( Hopefully, I'm wrong, and someone on this thread who has the the winged eagle head helmet and some other beard(s) besides Wu's/Vitruvius', can show us pictures that prove otherwise. :D *Note: The helmet does not connect one hundred percent correctly with the bandanna, due to the bandanna's beard-like edges. However, it does still click onto the head's connection point, and it will stay tight if you don't touch it. I noticed a slight warping of the helmet because of the way that it must stretch to accommodate the edges of the bandanna . If you want to use both accessories, only do so for short periods of time, if at all. All in all, I hope that this was helpful, and happy building! :) - The Big Red Cheese
  12. Purist Superhero Figures

    Can you post a link? The ones I found switch to live action as they mention the scenes.
  13. Purist TV/Movie Figures

    Nice job across the board! I especially love that use of light bley walkie-talkie. :)
  14. Purist Superhero Figures

    Nice job across the board, but I just have to say that there's something about that Nightwing is EXCEPTIONAL though, almost like he was plucked straight from a comic book. Excellent job capturing that look.
  15. Can anybody recognize this non-official piece?

    Shucks! Sorry I couldn't be of any help. :(