This is the first finished product I've done with melted LEGO pieces. The benefits of this as opposed to painting them are precise color matching and improved durability.
royalbrickcustoms wrote:That is absolutely incredible Str0ngbad . One quick question, does it make the ears thicker (then they already are) after applying the "paint"?
AK_Brickster wrote:Like I said in my PM, this looks amazing.
I'd love to get a few sets of modified ears so that they could be female elves and I'll just use my short elf hair for the males.
Do you think that the werewolf hair could be used for this as well?
I wonder if the brown would be too dark for the yellow to cover very well without multiple coats.
athronieth wrote:I do not use any fleshies and am not opposed to modifying LEGO pieces.
Ferretclaw wrote:Thats great looking! Personally, I definitely prefer flesh to yellow. But I'm wondering if you could make the yellow paint as flesh instead, and paint the ears on the series 3(?) elf hair and the werewolf hair. One quarrel i have with the lotr elf hair is that you cant really put a quiver on the elf that has it (well, you actually can, but the hair pops off a lot a looks kinda weird with the quiver on). As for molding, it would be really cool to do a helmet with elf hair hanging out the back, like on the lothlorien troop in the helms deep level on the lego lord of the rings game.
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