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  1. #11

    Default Re: Sideshow 1/6 FARAMIR

    I said I would try to rework on my LOTR figures, well, I began with Faramir. This is my first attempt to hair a figure. The result is not brilliant as Raymond F. or J. Rhamier's out of this world work, but it's better than the plastic hair at least ! And that's why I began with Faramir, it couldn't be worse.
    Now I will work on the outfit, I will take some more shots when he's done. Thank you for your critics and advices !!

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  2. #12
    ©Fly, All rights reserved
    Join Date
    Sep 2005
    Minas Miami
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    That looks great. Really brings out the sculpt underneath.

    I had my SS Faramir repainted and it made a world of difference. SS's factory paint apps on Faramir had to have been the worst ever.
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  3. #13
    Awesome work. Makes me glad I stopped by the old threads.

  4. #14
    Super Freak
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    Mechanicsburg, Pa.
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    Damn that looks really good. I’m shocked at how good it looks

  5. #15
    Super Freak
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    Wow! Fantastic job with Faramir.

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  6. #16
    Super Freak
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    That looks very good!

  7. #17
    Fantastic job on the head. The outfit is going to be a challenge. I see the pleather on yours is starting to flake like mine is. Are you going scratch build a new chest piece?

  8. #18
    Awesome job on that head! I was thinking about hairing mine and you've confirmed that it's worth doing. The outfit (sans the crumbling jerkin) is outstanding on this figure. So much great attention to detail on those under layers. I gave the cloak and the tunic under the jerkin a dye with olive green Dylon hand dye and it really makes the whole thing more screen accurate. Worth doing if you are tackling the costume next.

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  9. #19
    Malalaking Gagamba
    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    76, Totter's Lane
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    Wow this is a blast from the past. The figure that single handedly killed the 1:6 lotr line for SSC.

    Also, that rehaired Faramir looks great!

  10. #20
    Torturer of OCD
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    City of Angels
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    Excellent job on hairing. For a first time, that looks brilliant.

    God, that old Sideshow paint is just horrible. We've come so far.
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