Here’s a quick tip for better action and flying poses- Use leftover parts or reassemble another Mo figure to build your own diy figure stand.
ModiBot has become a critical starting point for many people's creative projects, including stopmotion animation, scene photography, custom action figures, and both digital and hands-on character design. More and more, creators want to design and sculpt their own ModiBot-compatible parts. This is the best place to start. 1. Match the correct ModiBot kit to your sculpting material Not all ModiBots work with certain materials. Once you have determined what material you'd like to sculpt with, it's best to choose the ModiBot kit that supports sculpting that those materials. **Its possible that there is no ModiBot kit to support the material you are most familiar with. CAUTION: Avoid using oil or plastic-based clays with the classic MO kit because these will make the plastic...
Direct comparison between ModiBot X (with xevoz compatible grip, ball joints and peg holes) and the Neo Sapien Alpha. Not as much mass and shorter in the legs. Maybe 3/8” difference in overall height, but Mo is a lot skinnier. maybe not perfect for all you Xevoz fans, but worth a gander to be sure.
Finally got some time to shoot pics for ModiBot X’s product page at Shapeways. Here are some of the highlights using some existing parts to show cross-comaptiblility with many of the Xevoz accessories. I stopped short of switching out body parts because we all know how you can get sucked into mixing and matching to […]