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Mr. Cod

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  • Birthday 06/07/1995

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  1. Someone has actually gone and made a couple parts like this already! Go check them out.
  2. I would take this with a grain of salt since I haven't actually done any molding myself, but from what I know resin will not be as high quality as LEGO plastics, and will be a bit more flexible. Most molds I've seen are made out of silicone. I'm not sure if there's an easy way to replicate LEGO quality material since they use high pressure injection molds, which are fairly pricy. As for the painting question, I do have experience with that. Short answer: no. There are some paints that are fairly durable, but regularly moving the joints (and especially with the added friction since the paint will make the ball slightly larger) will wear the paint off with time. The only thing I can think of that would definitely last on a ball joint would be dyes.
  3. They're not images, they're the actual CAD files. Though I do admit having a couple screenshots would be nice so you don't have to open up AutoCAD every time to look at them.
  4. Might I suggest connecting the shapes together in one large sweeping shape instead?
  5. I like the colors. Left arm seems a bit short compared to the right one.
  6. Yup! I think all the ones I have up here now have been sold, but you can always commission a copy.
  7. Update: New batch of masks to look at.
  8. "The eyes of time" six times, one for each area?
  9. A dead cel battery. They're pretty good for making stuff in miniature terrain pieces, so I have about twenty or so in a box.
  10. Nope, these ones were just for fun, and to get ready for brickfair.
  11. So I went to add more masks to my other post, but as it turns out there's a maximum number of images per post even when they're externally hosted. Who knew? Anyway, here's some masks. First off we have a few conversions. And the rest are plain old paint jobs. EDIT: More masks more masks more masks more masks more masks more masks more masks more masks more masks! As usual, I have more stuff on DeviantArt, Flickr, and Tumblr to anyone interested, and if you want to buy anything shoot me an e-mail at modaltcom@gmail.com.
  12. Lately I've been running out of certain masks to paint, and need to do some restocking. Color doesn't matter since I would be painting them. Ideally 20 or more masks at a time to keep shipping costs low, and somewhere in the range of a dollar per mask. I'll take pretty much any gen1 mask, especially mata masks.
  13. You probably shouldn't make a comment that's just an attempt to get people to look at your post, it's a bit inconsiderate. Especially when you don't even address the original post whatsoever.
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