Kidmechano@Parasol I definitely plan to do one, but it’s not likely I will start designing it until after the summer. I think she’ll be a bigger challenge to keep her forms looking feminine and cover the skeleton underneath. Glad to hear you are interested. It helps me keep her toward the top of the list.
Kidmechano@ninban98 thanks, man. Hoping to get some new stuff up soon. Not enough time in the day :)
Kidmechano@ninban98 no it only comes with the parts shown in white. I will be framing these parts onto a sprue in the next week or so and they will be cheaper once I do it. You might want to wait for a better price.
Human Exo-Skin Kit for ModiBot Mo figure?-This kit represents a new shift in ModiBot's evolution. These parts slide over and snap onto the Mo frame to provide a completely new aesthetic but keeping the poseability of the core skeleton. **Mo figure (shown in orange) not included** http://shpws.me/PoEl
Human Exo-Skin Kit for ModiBot Mo figure?- Released for East Bay Mini Maker Faire 2017, this prototype represents a new shift in ModiBot's evolution. These parts slide over and snap onto the Mo frame to provide a completely new aesthetic but keeping the poseability of the core skeleton.- http://shpws.me/PoEl
Kidmechano@hiperverso Yes, the parts I sent you are conventionally molded, so stronger. Glad you like them.
Kidmechano@hiperverso Yeah generally, the polyamide material holds up well, but can fail under a lot of torque. As I mentioned, if you plan to do a lot of hands-on work with for customizing or stopmotion, the molded figures that I sell at modibot.com are much more durable. Thanks for posting!
Kidmechano@hiperverso To my knowledge, this is the first time this has happened on this model. I will look into the issue, but it might just be the limitation of the nylon material in regard to what you are using the figure for. Do you have any pics that you might have taken before you modified it so I can see exactly where the break happened?