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Old 12-17-2008, 08:07 PM   #11
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Thats REALLY NICE Allstar!!

You know whats annoying about the FWP McFarlane? Its scaled too big. I realize they're all scaled to 6", but the FWP figure takes on the dimensions of something (6'5". 315lb) we REALLY need in our backfield compared to other McFarlanes. His legs are proportioned more like JB's than FWP's. But I have one and I like it.



Who would you use as subjects for these? I can possible see DeMarcus Ware as Woodley, but James? He has an unusual build. Reminds me of a heavy set Burt Reynolds - long torso, short legs.

Here's a challenge for the Master - I want to do an Ernie Stautner down the road once I learn a bit about this craft. Right now I think the subject might be the Jim Brown. They were about the same size and build. And the helmet works. The problem is the uni. Those drawers were baggy. Kleenex? Putty? Both?

Man nobody has bid on the fast Willie yet. Hmmm thought with the autograph that it would go but oh well. Anyway to anwer your question about Harrison the ware figure is exactly what I play to use. for a single figure of him since I have one of his autographed inserts left. As for the sack figure I would just mix and match various parts to get what I want. And do alot of sculpting if need be. Now for the older figure I have never done the kleenx trick but I would just sculpt it in with apoxie. If you need any older series McFarlanes let me know I have a ton of them
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