Well ill try my best to make him with as much metal as possible but i know some parts need to be plastic like the hands so that the ball joint at the wrist can keep some pressure and we have to option to change hands and also some parts to prevent scratching like the neck, but i estimate that he will probably be 85 to 90 % metal.
Makes very much sense. Plastic hands are easier to replace, and their ball joints don't put much wear-n-tear on the parts the hands are attached to, since the figure isn't posed nor played with every day all the time. After all that work put into it, I wouldn't hand this figure to a child... this is too beautiful for child's play; this is Definitely a sentimentally-valued Collectors Grade custom masterpiece worthy of gallery showcase exhibits.
WOW! I'm watching customs made of Here, and in the other threads on this board... ...I am SoOoOo grateful for such a fine webgroup as RJ. So many Mad Insane Ballistic TALENTED and SKILLISTIC members here!
Hey, would it help if you invite Luca here to see how this is receiving fanfare? Of course, we shouldn't swarm him with questions about his work with this King Grendizer project. We'll just wait until the anime is finally released. But at least he'll see that he can count on building his fanbase starting here at RJ.
I think he'll do a terrific job with this King Grendizer character just as well as them folks who are working on Mazinkaiser SKL.