This is the ACTUAL contest right here.
Looking for joint accuracy, helmet design accuracy, suit design accuracy, and color accuracy. That's how I'll evaluate.
Please note the description has been updated (see below).
I would like a sample please
What I'm not looking for is inaccuracies in anything what I'm looking for is accuracy and articulation in the figure and accuracy in the accessories. Also I need the Star Lion Beast made in 1/72 scale as a figure too. Also there will be a pic of what Shishi Ranger's Helmet looks like aswell as images on how to make the Rod, Wheel Blades, Star Sword, & Star Cutter *see this for what I'm actually gonna evaulate the contest by and for additional info*. :) Happy Priniting :).
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