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Postby LEGOFREAK » Fri Feb 13, 2004 9:14 pm

Blasterman wrote:*sigh* It looks like I'll have to wait until Monday now, to
show you guys my new "thing" regarding the preview.

Oh well...good things to those who wait, right? :D


Monday?!?!? Monday?!??!

oh man!!!!

You are a bricktease! :lol:

hehe - I guess I will just have to wait. *waits impatiently*
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Postby Blasterman » Wed Feb 18, 2004 9:32 pm

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Postby The Blue Knight » Thu Feb 19, 2004 8:50 am

Wow Jeff, you have really done a number here. I love the minifig in the avatar pic. Maybe it's old, but is new to me. The tourtney knight looks good for a first blush. I would have the same concerns about the arms keeping their stability over time. When I pull out arms I often use the elbow so as not to put tension on the wrist which likes to crack, and I've noticed that the arms get less stable after they are moved (which is I don't like to move them), have you addressed that?

Over all I would love to see more, especially the "bucket" helmet of that awesome Knight Templar!

I was hoping to meet you at BF PDX, I'm sorry you couldn't make it, I hope your knee is better.

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Postby Blasterman » Thu Feb 19, 2004 3:04 pm

Richard,

You can see now, why I couldn't make PDX. I wanted to
have these for that show, but didn't get them done in time.

The "pulling the arm out procedure" with these is no problem.
Since I used a pinned shoulder joint, there is very little stress
on the upper arm piece when pulled.

In other words - no worries about breaking the elbow
or wrists. Just grab the shoulder and pull. :D

Oh, and the knees are doing quite well, thank you.
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