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Custom Nendoroids?Custom Nendoroids?

Hello MFC members, now that I am more familiar with nendoroids I was thinking of making my own customs for some fun pictures. So my question is: What is you favorite custom nendoroid you have made? In the response can you please include what parts you used or the process, if you possible. Pics are always welcomed ^^
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Most of my custom nendoroids are simple mix and matches, but there are two that I've coloured :). I made Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians and Hanato Kobato from Kobato ENTRY #1869, but I never had a chance to show them off. I was planning on posting this eventually, but I procrastinated... ^^;

https://i.ibb.co/X5Qk7jR/IMG-20190712-154820.jpg (Not the best picture to show all their angles, but it was the best one I had with both of them together.)

Jack Frost was simple enough. I used Arthur Pendragon's hair and faces ITEM #603991
and Osomatsu's body ITEM #396862. I made his staff myself.

For Kobato, I modified the hair of Jibril ITEM #591628 by removing the ears and adding more strands of hair. I elongated the jacket part of Futaba Ichinose's upper body ITEM #331760 and used the little mascot to create Ioryogi. The lower parts and the sunflower are from lower Feena ITEM #27638. The suitcase is from Nozomu Itoshiki
ITEM #144349. The face is from Mio Honda ITEM #321504

I didn't add the finishing gloss on her yet, as I'm redoing her hat and I wanted all her pieces to be done before putting the final touch.

It's obvious that they are handpainted, but I'm still proud of them. :) In fact, my favourite part was coloring the details on their clothing, especially Kobato's dress.
Vor 12 Tagen
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BrianRevy Twitch.tv/BrianRevy
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#MeAsANendoroid :P
Parts used:
Hat & Hair: #849 Yuri Katsuki Casual Ver.
Face Plate: #736 Yuri Katsuki
Glasses: #409 Tohsaka Rin
Body & Pose: #971 Phichit Chulanont
Vor 11 Tagen
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I have made monster musume ones, Booette and Bowsette, and I am currently making a Yuno Gasai one for my best friend :)

I used to use bootleg parts because they were cheap but now i am using official parts because they look a lot better. So now i am putting in official faceplates on my Monster musume ones to make them look better.

For materials, you can buy parts from Chibi chop shop (I just ordered my Yuno parts from there)
For faces you can use watered down acrylic paints, water coloured pencils, or even copic markers to change eye colors and draw on faces. I use milliput to sculpt parts and a warhammer miniature primer to prime pieces for painting.

I recommend joining the custom nendoroid facebook group - there is a guy who sells official blank faceplates and tons of people who sell parts and post tutorials on how they made their customs!

Photos of my nendoroid customs are on my instagram - Nataliieshea
Vor 11 Tagen
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Sadly I dont have any pics of the product bc I'm still in the working phase with clay ;; but a while ago I bought a cheerful len Nendo bootleg on accident, and I'm currently turning it into a figure of a character of mine ;; I'm still planning cutting down, and using air dry clay to work it into my OC but so far it's been going well and a good experience for learning more of the ins and outside of making custom figures uwu
If you want to start making your own i would reccomend buying bootlegs, or participating in some nendo splits! I personally think it's better to practice on bootlegs bc they're cheaper or custom sculpt parts using casts off official nendos so that if you do decide you wanted the nendo you dont have to worry about buying a new one

This is only my personal experience and I dont support bootlegs, but if u do want to practice before trying it out on an actual cast of a nendo I think it's a good learning experience
Vor 12 Tagen
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Kemcy (Vor 12 Tagen) #65388361Most of my custom nendoroids are simple mix and matches, but there are two that I've coloured :). I made Jack Frost from Rise of the Guardians and Hanato Kobato from Kobato ENTRY #1869, but I never had a chance to show them off. I was planning on posting this eventually, but I procrastinated... ^^;
https://i.ibb.co/X5Qk7jR/IMG-20190712-154820.jpg (Not the best picture to show all their angles, but it was the best one I had with both of them together.)
Jack Frost was simple enough. I used Arthur Pendragon's hair and faces ITEM #603991
and Osomatsu's body ITEM #396862. I made his staff myself.
For Kobato, I modified the hair of Jibril ITEM #591628 by removing the ears and adding more strands of hair. I elongated the jacket part of Futaba Ichinose's upper body ITEM #331760 and used the little mascot to create Ioryogi. The lower parts and the sunflower are from lower Feena ITEM #27638. The suitcase is from Nozomu Itoshiki
ITEM #144349. The face is from Mio Honda ITEM #321504
I didn't add the finishing gloss on her yet, as I'm redoing her hat and I wanted all her pieces to be done before putting the final touch.
It's obvious that they are handpainted, but I'm still proud of them. :) In fact, my favourite part was coloring the details on their clothing, especially Kobato's dress.
they look awesome
Vor 12 Tagen
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Hoo boy. I think I have more customs than un-modded nendoroids at this point. Just did a quick head count and yes, yes I do. I've been customizing for - oh my god, has it only been one year?! Um. Wow. Well, I started this hobby knowing nothing about customization, so let me be the first to assure you, the more you do it, the better you'll get, and very quickly.

I've made Iris Amicitia, Noctis Caelem, Tifa Lockhart, Reeve Tuesti, Vincent Valentine (he's a work in progress), Chise Hatori, and I'm slowly gathering parts for Gladiolus Amicitia and Prompto Argentum.

The MFC links show progress shots of their creation and some have body part lists in their descriptions. Some of them, like Chise, exist because I desperately want the character and bought pieces specifically for them. Others, like Tifa, exist because I had leftover parts that sorta-kinda resembled characters I like. Before CCS, I had to buy entire Nendoroid sets - still do when there's a part I need that they don't have. I try to squeeze every drop of value out of each set.

(I admit, Tifa's a bit more than just an impulse. I hope pictures of her might come across the right desk at SE/GSC and they'll finally agree that official FF7 nendos need to happen. Please don't make me sculpt Cloud's hair all by myself. Please.)
Vor 12 Tagen
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candymecha (Vor 12 Tagen) #65388124I've made two so far! Madotsuki from Yume Nikki and Yuri from DDLC. I like the Yuri best because I had more experience when I made her but I do want to make my Madotsuki better eventually. The Nendoroid Customs and Mods Facebook group and Chibi Chop Shop are great resources for learning about customs and buying parts!

Wow, I love Madotsuki's hair!! Yuri is super cute too. I recenty discovered the Chibi Chop Shop so i will definitely be getting stuff from there.

Iskana (Vor 12 Tagen) #65388125Only ever made 1 custom, it's below average, but I'm still happy I made him.
It was my first ever try at making a custom, and I spent over half a year on it, mainly bc I was lacking tools and parts for allot of the time.
View spoilerHide spoilerhttps://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Iskana1553810877.pngPotato quality photo for a potato quality custom
I made myself a custom Toshinori Yagi nendo, using ITEM #236188 front hair, and ITEM #296454 backhair.
Body: ITEM #604886 I had to use my dremel tool to open the neck more, so the Nendo neckjoint would fit inside.
The faceplates were just some random faceplates that came with random nendoroids, but were defective, so I got replacements from GSC. View spoilerHide spoilerA scratched eye. A black smudge over half the face, which I only was able to remove AFTER using nail-polish for 3 minutes. And a faceplate which had a bump on it.
I didn't come up with the process myself, I actually found it on a South Korean twitter, which is a group that focuses on making custom Nendos, and they had the step by step process on their website. I used that as a guide for how to make him. The hair on the front part is supported by some wire. The backpart didn't need it. View spoilerHide spoilerHe's incredibly heavy, and the painting process was... annoying, in the end I just wanted to be done, and didn't really bother with smooth sanding and the likes. That's why he's very obviously handpainted.


Greadt job, you put alot of work and effort into making him especially the hair part!
Vor 12 Tagen
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Only ever made 1 custom, it's below average, but I'm still happy I made him.
It was my first ever try at making a custom, and I spent over half a year on it, mainly bc I was lacking tools and parts for allot of the time.

View spoilerHide spoilerhttps://static.myfigurecollection.net/image/Iskana1553810877.pngPotato quality photo for a potato quality custom
I made myself a custom Toshinori Yagi nendo, using ITEM #236188 front hair, and ITEM #296454 backhair.
Body: ITEM #604886 I had to use my dremel tool to open the neck more, so the Nendo neckjoint would fit inside.
The faceplates were just some random faceplates that came with random nendoroids, but were defective, so I got replacements from GSC. View spoilerHide spoilerA scratched eye. A black smudge over half the face, which I only was able to remove AFTER using nail-polish for 3 minutes. And a faceplate which had a bump on it.

I didn't come up with the process myself, I actually found it on a South Korean twitter, which is a group that focuses on making custom Nendos, and they had the step by step process on their website. I used that as a guide for how to make him. The hair on the front part is supported by some wire. The backpart didn't need it. View spoilerHide spoilerHe's incredibly heavy, and the painting process was... annoying, in the end I just wanted to be done, and didn't really bother with smooth sanding and the likes. That's why he's very obviously handpainted.
Vor 12 Tagen
2pt
I've made two so far! Madotsuki from Yume Nikki and Yuri from DDLC. I like the Yuri best because I had more experience when I made her but I do want to make my Madotsuki better eventually. The Nendoroid Customs and Mods Facebook group and Chibi Chop Shop are great resources for learning about customs and buying parts!
Vor 12 Tagen

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