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I wanna say Aggedor lol
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The Brain Machine?!
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3DPrintingDoctorWho wrote:
Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:48 pm
No. Though I do plan on creating another figure from The Happiness Patrol at a later date, once I've got a few more things off my plate.
Also, I created the entire figure in a single day, so it's nowhere near that complex. I will say that calling it an "action figure" may be a bit of a misnomer, but I'll leave it at that so as not to ruin the surprise.
Oh! I know! It's Erato from "Creature from the Pit!"
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DalekCheese wrote:
Sun Mar 08, 2020 3:25 pm
The Brain Machine?!
Do you mean the Keller Machine, from Mind of Evil? Because I already did that one. (Not even as an April Fools prank.)
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The only other brain machines I can think of would be the giant brain from Time And The Rani, the mind wrestling machine from Brain of Morbius, or Skagra's Sphere from Shada. All three of those would make pretty horrible action figures (especially the one that is literally just a grey ball) but no, they aren't what I made this year. You're in the ballpark in terms of goofiness though.

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Nah, this one:

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But if it’s not that, then maybe....


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NOT THE MIND PROBE!
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The Meglos Cactus!
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I finished printing and painting this year's April Fool's Day figure.
With two whole days to spare. Go team me.

It didn't turn out quite as well as it could have (mainly due to some unfortunately timed printer issues that I'm still waiting on parts to fix), but I suppose I should be grateful I got a version printed and painted before April 1st at all.

Both my last two attempts ended up taking way longer than expected and weren't actually ready for release until May.

Alas, while many people are stuck at home and letting their creativity run wild because of the COVID-19 self-quarantine, I'm one of those "essential personnel" people who works in the public health sector, so I've been absolutely swamped these past few weeks, and too exhausted to do much more than zone out when I get home.

Miraculously, I've got Tuesday off, so maybe I'll finally get around to finishing up the Voord figure (which was supposed to be #30, but is now pushed back to figure #31.) After that... well... I really wanted to start work on the Kandyman, but considering current events, I think it's pretty obvious what I'm going to be working on next.

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3DPrintingDoctorWho wrote:
Mon Mar 30, 2020 6:57 am
After that... well... I really wanted to start work on the Kandyman, but considering current events, I think it's pretty obvious what I'm going to be working on next.
Something relaxing, I hope?
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The Invisible Enemy!
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