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  1. In this photo you see 2 types of customization: - my own 3d printed hats which received a new quality hub via "smoothing beautifier" by Sculpteo and Acrylate by Shapeways. (So far never had a really smooth shiny experience, but now it's possible) - and UV printed torso by steindrucker.com, which also came out in a surprisingly quality (needed to resize my custom decals with help of vector graphic, but with some minutes of work and the help of Inkscape it was possible) Together I can now think to build complete series of historical Minfigs in a quality nearby original Lego Woody64
  2. Hi folks, I am a long-time Lego-fan, from childhood into adult life, but haven't posted here previously, so I hope that this is ok. Amongst other bits and pieces, I am involved in the world of designer toys and was keen to pursue a crossover into the land of Lego. As such, I have produced a micro-version of Skelevex, the skull-based collaboration between artist DMS and I. This just happens to be compatible with minifigs and is available as a 3D print output from shapeways.com: https://www.shapeways.com/shops/alto Hope you like it! Thanks, chris