Por mucho una de las mejores figuras del personaje, la capa que incluía la figura original no me convencía asi que use una capa incluida en un set de accesorios del episodio I y listo, se ve mucho mejor.
6/6 | The story for this alternate timeline started to grow beyond my editing abilities but here's my best attempt at an elderly Anakin training his grandson A.J. ending the story with the good guys victorious 👏
Custom General Grievous tutorial
Parts you will need:
General Grievous minifigure (preferably knockoff as they are cheap and easy to replace)
At least 6 ball jointed skeleton arms
2 long aerials
Set of drill bits (ideally jeans held ones)
Step 1: Torso
Cut the rods that the arms and legs connect to off of Grievous’ torso (make sure to keep the shoulder armour), and using a 1-1.5mm drill bit, to put 6 holes in the torso (1 where each limb will connect).
Step 2: Arms
cut the clip/ball socket off the top of each of Grievous’ and skeleton arm and glue the ball socket to the Grievous arm. Glue the shoulder armour to two of his arms
Step 3: Attaching the arms
Sand down the ball end of the lever so that it will fit in the skeleton ball socket firmly. If you sand too much, apply a bit of super glue to thicken it. Cut the flat hinge end off and put the rod and ball joint inside the hole in the torso. Make sure you have it at the desired length before flying in place.
Step 4: Legs
Cut the foot off each leg and glue a skeleton ball socket on the top. Cut the flat grey bar off the end of the leg and replace it with another sanded down lever.
Step 5: Head
Cut Grievous’ head from his neck. Using a 2mm drill pit put a hole in the head where the neck used to connect and 1-1.5 hole in the end of the neck. Apply a small amount of glue around the edge of the hole in the head to creat a ball socket. Cut the last lever end off (do not sand the ball down) and glue it in the neck.
Step 6: Magnets
You can implement magnets to make your Grievous more posable. I used 2 per arm but cutting the arm down 1mm and drilled a hale in each hand. I originally intend to use them in the knees too but I felt it made him too hard to position and didn’t add much useful movement.
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