P1 hands and feet

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emersonyahir

Well-Known Member
Hi Hunters, I finally finished the P1 hands and almost done with feet. Hard work. I hope you like.
Emerson .

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TuaCathach

New Member
looking good emerson...

i have to ask tho were'd you get the feet.. they look like two different feet from two different molds.. the armour is different and the toes are different to..

again top notch work
 

celtpred

New Member
Hi mate, I have the same pair that I bought not so long ago and there are the same, have to agree with Colm, they look to be two different feet. Do you know who made yours????? By the way your paint is top notch looking forward to seeing it all together.
 

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emersonyahir

Well-Known Member
Hello, I bought the P1 costume from Hellcat Kreations, and they warned me about the feet and the P2 hands. So, I bought it anyway. Thanks for look.
 

emersonyahir

Well-Known Member
Hi mate, I have the same pair that I bought not so long ago and there are the same, have to agree with Colm, they look to be two different feet. Do you know who made yours????? By the way your paint is top notch looking forward to seeing it all together.





Hi Celtpred, they are different feet, but I think it's a good job. Hellcat Kreations warned me about it. Thank you
 

Mannowar

New Member
Nice paint up... My guess on the feet would be one of two things... either the sculptor really appreciated the asymetry of the P1 and specifically sculpted that little armor plate on top of the foot to be different, keeping P1's lack of symetry in mind... OR, and my favorite, he molded one before the other was done and couldn't remember how he detailed that little plate on the one in the mold... either way, nice paint work.
 

emersonyahir

Well-Known Member
Nice paint up... My guess on the feet would be one of two things... either the sculptor really appreciated the asymetry of the P1 and specifically sculpted that little armor plate on top of the foot to be different, keeping P1's lack of symetry in mind... OR, and my favorite, he molded one before the other was done and couldn't remember how he detailed that little plate on the one in the mold... either way, nice paint work.


Thanks for look and for your positive coments, Scott. I really appreciate it.
 

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