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Default color scheme for this design is white with Dark blue or ice blue on top
This here is at first and still is designed after a fan wall cover i used for Lego Toa Kopaka that greatly needed it cause the defaut design by lego was to have he's swords which are just a white copy of tahu's sword's and each were facing opposite directions, couldnt even spin them, untill i added a few more parts, gave it space and it was able to spin. then i decided to make him a proper sheild. original i used the wall cover, a stincil and paint. it came out nice the very first time. but after giving it a ne coat a paint. it wasnt working and was just a waste of my time. so i finaly decided to commission it on shapeways. so for this to work and fit on a lego hand you're gonna need three parts from bricklink. 1 Technic, Axle and Pin Connector 3 x 3 with Axle. 1 Technic, Axle and Pin Connector Perpendicular 3L with Center Pin Hole. put those two together, rest it under the nub sticking out, super glue that in place. with the empy axle hole. insert a 2 inch axel pin and it can be held. i'll put a pic in the comments.