TheSledgeHammer@tigerhawk533 To date I generally haven't done parts for KO's, as my personal collection is pretty much 99% Hasbro/Takara official figures, but if you could tell me which KO specifically and what size hand-holes the figure has and what size the holes on the shoulders are, If I have some spare time I could possibly do it, though just be aware I'd would have no way to personally test fit the new version.
TheSledgeHammer@ecruzmr Did you see/hear about these yet?
TheSledgeHammer@ecruzmr , I'll add it to my idea list, however, I've got a few other things I'm working on right now, and after all the parts I've already made for the Siege Magnus mold, I'm a little burnt out on working on stuff for him for the time being (I currently feel the same way on Siege Sideswipe). So it will probably be awhile before I get to these.
TheSledgeHammer@TXR4521 bad paint. A lot of my paint colors have dried up recently, and I didn't have time to go buy new ones until just a couple of days ago, so I worked with what I had at the time, and what I had were a lot of -half dried up paints.
TheSledgeHammer@TXR4521 pictures added, but just to note, my phone takes pictures that have a file size too big for Shapeways, so I need a little time to shrink them and upload, especially since this particular item features several pictures, including some to help demonstrate the installation process.
TheSledgeHammer@xXX_Nightstrike_XXx as the description says, tank mode is possible with this kit, it just looks a little sillier is all, and this kit is designed for the Shuffler version of the mold, not ramhorn, as the Shuffler sculpt's "shoulder" cannons finish the look of Slugfest's G1 weapons.
TheSledgeHammer@Hyoumaru Pictures added! Also most of the rest of my siege items now have images as well. The best way to see the parts I make in action though is to keep up with my Shapeways thread over on TFW2005, as I post information and pictures about each item as they become available in my shop!
Thanks for your interest in these items. I'm currently working on shrinking down images for basically all of my siege items, as their file size coming staight off of my phone are too big for shapeways. That being said, I do currently have images available on my TFW2005 thread, and the photos for this item are near the bottom of the page I'm linking below. I'm going to get these images added here though as soon as I can! -TheSledgeHammer
TheSledgeHammer@CF4000 Yep! Check them out over here! If you own your own printer or have a local one nearby you can use, you can even download and print these yourself! https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3507051
TheSledgeHammer@TXR4521 No offense taken. I don't mind a bit of criticism. To be honest, I was happy with Magnus' height the way it was myself, however, I made these by request - and I had 2 different people request me to do them, so naturally I said yes and made them! -TheSledgeHammer
TheSledgeHammer@pedrop@pedrop just wanted to give you a heads up that the magnus hammer is now live in 2 versions, and due to their high price I made them available on Thingiverse as well:
Hammer 1: https://www.shapeways.com/product/K3TH8BL2L/tf-wfc-siege-the-magnus-hammer?optionId=91314093
Hammer 2: https://www.shapeways.com/product/BHNH8GT6G/tf-wfc-siege-1-handed-magnus-hammer?optionId=91311100
Hope you enjoy!
TheSledgeHammer@pedrop This particular hammer is meant to be more one-size fits all, HOWEVER - I do plan on purchasing the new Siege Ultra Magnus, and when I do manage to obtain him for myself I was probably going to make him his own hammer anyway. So stay tuned for that!
TheSledgeHammer@TXR4521 that will depend on the material it is printed in. Overall, at least on my personal print, which was done in white ABS plastic, it doesn't feel much different from the stock piece. However unlike the stock piece this printed version doesn't have as much flex to it - thus if you use the stock metal pin for the wheel, the front wheel will be a bit looser - so I actually recommend using a different pin that is slightly longer than the stock one for a better hold - but will still allow for a free-spinning front wheel.