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Category Archives: Geoshift
This version of the Halo 4 Warrior intentionally uses a non-standard colour pattern that doesn’t match those seen in the game. The combination of colours really work well together and pop out at you. Put this custom minifigure with a bunch of others and we can guarantee which one you will notice first!
This incredible armour is by Brick Affliction and all the small detailing and shading is painted to a very high standard.
Another Geoshift master piece!
LEGO often hits the mark when designing new minifigures, but I have to agree with Geoshift that some of their designs are a little disappointing, and leave us wondering why they didn’t put just a little more effort into them. Sometimes even the smallest addition can change the minifigure from ordinary to excellent. Here are two examples from the LEGO Super Heroes theme.
The head on this LEGO Nick Fury Minifigure looks great, but was surprised that they did not use printed legs of some sort. So, Geoshift made a few changes and also added a BrickArms Arbiter DS to replace the LEGO gun.
All Geoshift has done with this LEGO Captain America Minifigure is change the legs to the eclipseGrafx dark blue combat pants, and result is somewhere between Captain America’s classic and ultimate costume designs.
Do you think LEGO got the designs spot on?
Could this be one of Bane’s long-lost ancestors from the middle ages or a version of Bane from an alternate reality? Whatever the answer is, we can definitely say that this Medieval Bane Custom Minifigure is excellent.
Using the incredibly detailed Brick Affliction Bane armour which is cast from resin, Geoshift has worked his magic paint brushes one again. To finely paint so much detail takes hours of practice and the results speak for themselves.
This Yargoth Grimtooth Custom Minifigure was inspired by the concept art for the video game Destiny mixed with some traditional post-apoc elements.
Destiny is set seven hundred years into the future in a post-apocalyptic setting. In a universe where humans had spread and colonised other solar systems in the Milky Way, an event known as “the Collapse” saw the mysterious dissolution of these colonies and left mankind teetering on the brink of extinction.
The combination of LEGO pieces all work really well together including the Apoc Drifter legs from eclipseGrafx and AMA FF helmet. They are then excellently painted and we love the blood detailing on the Predator style blades.
As always with a Geoshift custom it is showcased with a great background which really sets the scene.
This Ninja Emile Custom Minifigure comes with a challenge from Geoshift:
There is a story behind this one that basically comes down to a single point: it is a table scrap.
In this instance I’m referring to the type of build that kind of just sits around on your table for a long period of time, getting a bit of attention occasionally, but never quite being finished. This one sat on my customizing desk for about 9 months as many other builds were started and completed!
Basically, at the time when this began I only had one of the carved Brick Affliction Emile helmets left and I wanted to use it for something. But, I had already done a couple other builds with that helmet design, so it had to be something different and unique.
Ideas came and went, as did the months on the calendar, and there it sat…incomplete. It endured a couple failed design attempts and appeared to be destined for the lost land of unfinished customs. Then one day I decided to turn this build into a little design challenge for myself and finish it at all costs, regardless of the outcome…and soon a new idea was born.
You can combine almost anything with Ninjas and it will usually be cool (and fun), so he became “Ninja Emile”. It all centered around that funny thought and an unrealistic, unlikely, hardly fit for public consumption table scrap has now seen the light of day and been made whole. I kind of like the result (even though it is a bit odd!).
So, do you have a few table scraps sitting in your work area? A few “work-in-progress” builds that have been that way entirely too long?
My challenge to my fellow customizers is to pick one of those, finish it, post it and tell us about the process. Do your best and don’t worry if it isn’t up to the standards of your best builds. Flex those creative muscles and have fun.