Quoting Areetsa C
Better a jumble of parts than ruined lego.
Ah, I see your point. Customisation to the extreme does look bad. I think custom decals are ok. Lego uses decals. Custom parts from somewhere like brickforge are ok, they look like proper lego parts anyway. But clay and play dough on Lego is not. The only custom parts I use are decals, which don't ruin the Minifig. They norally get taken off anyway. Permalink
No customs: eg. paint, sharpie, brickarms, decal, custom sticker, clay, broken parts, deliberate damages, clone brands, etc.
Not including pure figs made of undamaged LegoŽ.
Well? Yes/no, yay/nay?
I don't think thats a good idea, but I appreciate where your coming from. Brickarms are really good, I hate clone brands, but I will admit Oxford/Sluban army helmets are really good! and all army figures would look rubbish without them. Permalink
Quoting Areetsa C
You are aware that lego produced a sports helmet that is also an effective combat helm?
By buying clone brands like sluban and bestlock, megabloks etc. you take profit away from the lego group. They are in financial trouble already, so if you value lego, try not to support clones.
Oh, by the way, I let that comment of yours through. No idea why it was flagged.
That means you just did a doublepost.
I thought brickarms would be shoddy, with a seem or something. But get one for yourself. because they are made in exactly the same wway as lego, you can't tell them apart, apart from lego don't make great guns! By the way can you tell me what item code this lego sports helmet is, because I want one!! Permalink
those work pretty well. for weapons you can put a hand on the barrel as a magazine. i think weve come to the conclusion that customization is sometimes worth the results and sometimes destroys good legos. Permalink