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So I was messing around with 70503 The Golden Dragon (the old/first set). And I notice the arm joints at the shoulders were stiff on Lloyd (The Golden Ninja). As I was trying to loosen the joints I thought just taken arms out would help. That is when I broke the arms off. Now I am wondering has this happen to anyone else? Is the plastic just poor in the first place? Then after messing with the torso A little more I was able to get the "rest of the arms" out. And now I am wondering if putting in some "green arms" in the torso would look alright.
MatthewRC posted a topic in Buy, Sell, Trade and FindsHey, everyone. I'm planning to start a stop-motion brickfilming hobby, and there's one piece I am looking for. I need multiple copies of the minifigure torso & arms of Velma Dinkley from Scooby-Doo. BrickLink - Part 973pb2063c01 - Velma Torso I'm having no luck finding any copies of this piece anywhere on the Internet, and the Velma minifigure tends to be very expensive. So I could use some help from you guys. If anyone has any Velma minifigures that include her torso & arms or the minifigure piece alone, please feel free to reply if you're interested in helping me and I'll Private Message you. Thanks!
Ok I have been looking everywhere on the excellent http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=12324 and I may have missed it if it's not already posted somewhere but I'm in need of some numbers. Specifically the HxW dimensions of certain decalable pieces. So far I have only the Torso measurements. The measurements I am looking for are for the minifigure head, minfig arms, Minfig Waists, Minfig legs, 2x2 tile, 1x2 tile, 2x4 tile, 2x2 round tile (not just for Pizzas and Waffles ), 1x1tile both square and round and a 8x16 tile. Geh thats all I can remember for sure tonight. I'll post more tomorrow if Lux or anyone else nasn't pointed me to a proper index. Anyway Take care everyone. If your going to Brick 2015 have a great time and get as many customs as you can. Never know when a idea may strike and you may not want to wait for the post.