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RE: Custom Tron Legacy Figure Resource

on Saturday, May, 12, 2012 4:49 AM
CB2001 Wrote:
trekking95 Wrote:Anyone have any extra Corran Horn, Bruce Banner or Wedge Antilles heads (or any of the other good heads for Tron) that they are willing to sell?

Unfortunately, I don't have any spares I can sell. But you may want to look into the B-Wing Pilot (aka Keyan Farlander) figure from the Star Wars: The VIntage Collection line. You can find a lot of them available on eBay, and they may still be available at stores like Wal-Mart.
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on Saturday, May, 12, 2012 8:01 PM
trekking95 Wrote:That one looks great!! And there are a lot on ebay for not too much! Thanks for the idea!

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on Saturday, May, 12, 2012 9:27 PM
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on Sunday, May, 13, 2012 1:25 PM
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RE: Custom Tron Legacy Figure Resource

on Sunday, May, 13, 2012 2:24 PM
trekking95 Wrote:Would you use Wedge or B-Wing pilot?

Personally, I'd probably use either one, as they both have a close enough face to Bruce Boxleitner. But if you're planning on resculpting the hair to match what we see in the flashback scene in T:L, the Wedge has a much less hair to cut through. Not to mention, if you ever decide to do an Alan Bradley circa 1982/1985 figure, a simple repaint of the Wedge's hair would make it close to what Alan looks like in the original film, compared to
this shot. Plus, I think by using the Wedge, if you decide to also do an older Alan Bradley, you can use the Colonel Cracken figure's head and have a consistency that makes it appear that the Cracken figure is an older Alan Bradley, circa 2010 (or even an older TRON. Remember, programs aren't really transfered from one medium to another, they're actually copied, so there's a chance that TRON seen in the original film on the old Encom server may have continued to be in service on the old 511 server until his eventually retirement).where to buy abortion pills online an abortion pill buy abortion pills onlinei need to buy the abortion pill abortion pill order abortion pill


 
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on Sunday, May, 13, 2012 5:17 PM
I did not really wan't to do the hair, which is better for that?

Also where would you get a figure for a suit?

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on Sunday, May, 13, 2012 8:09 PM
trekking95 Wrote:I did not really wan't to do the hair, which is better for that?

Also where would you get a figure for a suit?

And is there a difference in the hair between Tron and 82/85 Alan?

Well, it depends. I mean the B-Wing pilot's hair seems longer and a bit wilder than Wedge's hairdo. If you want to go with long and wild, you could go with the B-Wing pilot. If you want something that is not as wild, you can go for Wedges. Basically, the hair style choice is up to you. Me, personally, when it comes to the hair, Wedge's is better.

For the figure body with a suit, I know the G.I. Joe line has had a couple of them in recent years, including one that is a SDCC special edition of Destro from the first G.I. Joe movie (which I have seen a few customs use this body, such as one for a James Bond figure in the same scale). Face from the A-Team movie line is another one that comes to mind. There's a 3.75 Nolan version Batman figure line that have figures in suits (i.e. the Joker Thug from the beginning of the film, the one who Joker takes out with the bus, and one that is a Bruce Wayne figure). The drawback is that there isn't a whole lot of articulation in the arms and the legs (the legs bend at the hip and knees, but don't expect any "kung-fu" or action poses with that particular line), but I've seen some of them pop up on eBay. There's also Parker Selfridge from the Avatar figure line, but the problem is that the size of the figure's body is slightly smaller than the G.I. Joes. Not to mention the fact that Selfridge doesn't have a jacket top (which could be remedied sculpting the sleeves and jacket). There's also Henry Jones Snr. from the Indiana Jones line, however the style of the suit's vest and tie sort of make it look old. However, you can take the jacket portion off the figure, as well as the arms of the figure, and use them on another one (which has been done plenty of times). And correct me if I'm wrong, but aren't there any Harry Potter figures in that scale that come with a suit? I don't know about that, as I'm not into Harry Potter.

However, if you're good at sculpting, you can kitbash various G.I. Joes together and sculpt a suit jacket. I know of a couple of a couple of custom figures that have been done that way. Honestly, if you don't want to sculpt anything, I think if you combine the arms, jacket and legs of Henry Jones Snr. (mentioned above) with the torso and hips of the Indiana Jones figure seen
here (bottom row, to the left, holding the machine gun), all you'd need is to paint the suit and tie and you've got yourself a business suit for your figure.

Of course, the above I've suggested are just some of the options from known lines. You never know, there may be a G.I. Joe scale line that isn't really well know but is over produced that could have parts or even a full body in a suit that you can use. Either way, it's going to take some work to find the right body/parts and confirm the correct scale to make such a figure.


For the hair, there is a noticeable difference between Alan's hair circa 1982 and TRON's hair circa 1989.

Alan Bradley circa 1982:
Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3 (The image of Alan, Flynn and Lora in Flynn's upstairs apartment at the arcade).


TRON circa 1989:
Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3 (as depicted in the game, in which the hairstyle looks more like the 1982 Alan Bradley hair. However, you can see the noticeable difference in the hairstyle, even more so when you compare it to the comic, so take this one picture with a grain of salt).


Alan Bradley circa 1989:
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on Sunday, May, 13, 2012 10:47 PM
That Wedge is not cheap!
I will have to keep an eye on the biding ones that are cheap or hope Walmart has one.
Or get B-Wing pilot.

They have been replaced by the Episode 1 package now, right?

That head and suit idea for old Alan sounds great, a new summer project! Thanks!

And don't feel bad about not know the Harry Potter figures, I don't like the it either.

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on Monday, May, 14, 2012 12:23 AM
trekking95 Wrote:That Wedge is not cheap!
I will have to keep an eye on the biding ones that are cheap or hope Walmart has one.
Or get B-Wing pilot.

They have been replaced by the Episode 1 package now, right?

That head and suit idea for old Alan sounds great, a new summer project! Thanks!

And don't feel bad about not know the Harry Potter figures, I don't like the it either.

Also thanks for all the pics/links, that's nice of you!

Well, you may also want to check Toys'R'Us. There's a good chance they may have all the series stocked. Or get the B-Wing pilot, like you said. But keep checking eBay. You may find someone doing selling of them from China. Granted, you'd have to wait a while for it to arrive, but trust me, I've got two Juno Eclipses (with one I'm going to use for a T:L version of Yori) and a Plourr Ilo figure (the one that has been used for the Quorra head customs here). More often than not, some of them are often much cheaper or equal to buying from Wal-Mart.

No problem. I've been toying around with the idea myself about doing Alan (both young and 2010) in my long list of customs I want to do, as I've also been toying around with doing figures of young Sam Flynn in addition to Real World Sam Flynn.

I honestly don't like Harry Potter. It's just not the kind of fantasy I'm into.

You're welcome. Trust me, hairstyles can make or break a figure custom, just like any part you use. TRON looks like he got some sort of trim (or its possibly trimmed and slicked back) in comparison to his user in the same timeframe, which appears he may have grown his hair out a bit more since 1982.

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on Thursday, May, 17, 2012 12:18 AM
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on Thursday, May, 17, 2012 4:06 AM
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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 2:15 AM
I finally purchased the WWE "The Miz" I mentioned previously for my helmetless 7" Sam Flynn custom. I actually found a slightly cheaper version of The Miz without the light-up arm gimmick and got right to work. I was worried The Miz's head would be too small, but I think it turned out okay. EDIT: Apparently, I can't post pictures until I have twenty posts, so here's the link to my TFW2005 write-up:
http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/radicons-customs/598835-tron-legacy-7-sam-flynn-no-helmet-wip.html
I cut off Sam's head and the part of the neck molded to the front of the helmet as well as the back of the head. I then removed The Miz's head and cut off his neck. Would have been a hundred times easier and quicker if I had a Dremel tool instead of the box-cutter and hobby knife combo. I unscrewed Sam's body and removed the light-up face unit. By simply cutting the 3 or 4 wires attached to the face unit, and leaving the speaker, circuit board, and battery pack alone, the figure retains the chest lights as well as the speech feature!

Next, I need to secure The Miz's neck to the inside of Sam's body. I'm thinking of using a 2-part epoxy or something. Oh, The Miz also donated his left hand to Sam. They use the same type of joint to plug into the wrist, but The Miz has a cool swivel joint within the hand and actually grips the identity disk a lot better than Sam does.

His hair also needs some blonde or light brown highlights but I'm not going to bother sculpting or reshaping the hair as I think hair style is close enough for this character.

Finally, I hope to salvage what is left of Sam's helmet in order to give him a disk battle face shield that can simply slip over the new head.
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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 2:36 AM
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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 3:05 AM
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SabreFX Wrote:EDIT: Apparently, I can't post pictures until I have twenty posts, so you'll have to imagine what my custom looks like for the time being.
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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 4:48 AM
I would say that looks good! Just need a bit of paint for the hair.
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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 5:32 AM
CB2001, I just had a look at the Henry Jones Sr. figure and from the looks of it the jacket and arms have a "tweed" pattern on them since its that old style of jacket.
So that wont work........
That Bruce Wayne figure looks not bad, I like the suit.
But are the in good scale with Tron figures? Or Marvel ones? (can think of other uses)

I know the articulation is bad but old Alan wont be doing Kung Fu any time soon!
Besides, the arms and legs would swap with another figure like that Indy with the gun, wouldn't they?
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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 1:08 PM
You're looking for a decent suit body to work for an Alan figure custom, right? Well what about this guy shown here?

http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12465559&CAWELAID=1288488616

I saw these figures at the store the other day, and I have no use for them at the moment, but they seemed to be in good scale with the rest of the 3-3/4" figures out there. Not sure if that helps or is what you're looking for, but I thought I'd throw it out there for you.

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on Friday, May, 18, 2012 5:39 PM
CLU4612 Wrote:You're looking for a decent suit body to work for an Alan figure custom, right? Well what about this guy shown here?

http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=12465559&CAWELAID=1288488616

I saw these figures at the store the other day, and I have no use for them at the moment, but they seemed to be in good scale with the rest of the 3-3/4" figures out there. Not sure if that helps or is what you're looking for, but I thought I'd throw it out there for you.

Also, on a side note, what head do you guys think would be a good one to use for Gem, or do you think that it's one that would have to be custom made?
As you can see in the pictures close to the bottom they are a little shorter than Marvel figures.
http://comeseetoys.blogspot.ca/2012/03/men-in-black-3-agent-j-agent-k.html
Still a good idea though. Alan would be shorter than Captain America anyway.

As for Gem I think its been looked into before but I am not sure what the best head was. Likely someone who knows will answer or you can just read through the pages and see if you can find it.

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