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Ghost Recon Future Soldier Geoshift Custom Minifigure

Ghost Recon Future Soldier Custom Minifigure

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This Ghost Recon Future Soldier Custom Minifigure is excellently painted by Geoshift. He decided to exaggerate the goggles and make them brighter than they usually appear, just to make it a bit more interesting and add to the effect of the character. What do you think?

The combat legs look great with the Brick Affliction minifigure, Geoshift has been able to blend the printed pieces seamlessly with the highly detailed sculpted pieces without it looking out of place.

The painted colour combinations are spot on and I really like the painted weapon.

Overall, another amazing custom minifigure and a great photograph and back drop to showcase him!

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Titanfall Pilot Custom Minifigure

Titanfall Pilot Custom Minifigure

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Titanfall is a 2014 first-person shooter multiplayer video game where players fight either on foot as free-running “Pilots” or inside agile mech-style walkers called “Titans” to complete team-based objectives on a derelict and war-torn planet as either the Interstellar Manufacturing Corporation (IMC) or the Militia.

This Titanfall Pilot Custom Minifigure has been painted to a seriously high standard and again uses an unusual bright colour scheme that is the Geoshift trademark. The orange and green seem to really work together, and the brown detailing on the pouches stands-out.

The minifigure is by Brick Affliction however the legs are a modified set of the Spartan Warrior Legs. The feet have been chopped, and the boots made from procreate plus a few other additions.

Once again this is a highly detailed custom minifigure and excellently painted!

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Anastasia Custom Minifigure

Anastasia Custom Minifigure

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Inspired by old-school G.I. Joe cartoons and comics from the late 80′s and early 90′s this amazing Anastasia Custom Minifigure is a collaboration between Geoshift (one of the best painters) and G-Bricks (one of the best sculpters) in the LEGO Flickr community.

G-Bricks has supplied and created the custom vest, legs and arms and they have then been excellently painted by Geoshift in his signature bright colours.

One of the stand-out features is the painted detailing on the weapon, and also the hair is very nice. The sculpted pieces are of the highest quality and I bet a lot of people would love this minifig in their own collection!

Of course it wouldn’t be a Geoshift custom minifig without an excellent backdrop to showcase a great collaboration.

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We Are Ghosts Custom Minifigure

We Are Ghosts Custom Minifigure

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This We Are Ghosts is an excellent custom minifigure inspired of course by the Call of Duty Ghosts video game and features some highly detailed Brick Affliction pieces including the hands and tactical vest.

The painted detailing is to a very high standard and the colour combinations while not realistic colours work very well together. He is carrying a modified M4 weapon and the background really sets the scene.

Finally the head looks amazing and overall this is a truly awesome custom minifig!

 

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Winter Contingency Custom Minifigure

Winter Contingency Custom Minifigure

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This Winter Contingency Custom Minifigure features an excellent new vest from Brick Affliction. Although not considered realistic winter military colours, this minifigure is very nicely painted. He comes with a nice combination of third party custom pieces including the white combat pants from eclipseGrafx which have an added pocket, and  white Balaclava head with added detailing.

The minifigure also has a combination of Tiny Tactical pieces including the M4A1 weapon which again has been painted to a very high standard.

As with all Geoshift photographs there is an excellent background which really showcases the minifig.

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