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I was aware that Neca had released these huge quarter scale figues,(they also do a predator ) and have seen them in a few specialist shops but the £100.00 plus cost,and toy like nature always put me off,However i was having a look on amazon and saw that they had heavily discounted this fiqure due to packaging damage (its the transluscent suit concept figure) so I took a punt. On opening the box its clear just how big the fiqure is,(Just shy of 2 feet) and suprisingly heavy as well,it stands well unaided and looks the part,The plan is to pose,glue ,fill and re-paint,make a display base,and bore you all silly with more Alien based shenanigans Planning on leaving the tendons and mouth parts clear(ish) when I re-paint Cheers Andy
Before i hunker down on the Nostromo I've just had time to finish of my latest action figure re-paint,the base is scratch built from plastic card,air drying clay and those letters you get for old style office message boards The figure is the the "Jumpsuit Ripley from Alien and came complete with that darn cat! Figure straight from the box Base constructed and primed for paint. The completed figure I've just about done all the Ripley figures now,Ripley 8 from "Alien Resurrection" is due next year!
A little vignette from one of my favourite Films,its a mash up of the film poster and that moment when Ripley realizes they are in the presence of "Her Imperial Majesty" The backdrop is from the figure packaging. Ripley figures about 7 inch tall.Base scratch built. Cheers Andy
Having been pretty impressed with Necas range of Alien figures I'm afraid I couldn't resist the Ripley and Newt double figure set,So one trip to Forbidden Planet in Manchester later I have them in my grubby hands. Before surgery After choosing the pose i wanted,and glued,filled and primed. Base work,the eggs are made from Air drying clay,weapons re-painted flooring made from £shop bamboo sticks and clay work on the hive structure. Sorry about the Alien themed overload! I have just sourced a box full of used neca Planet of the Apes (1968) figures,So I might go Ape for a change.................................maybe Cheers Andy