Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Koume & Super-Koume

When you fight Koume & Kotake in the first stage of the Twinrova boss fight in Ocarina of Time, they're already in overdrive mode, meaning they have a more impressive haircut.

I also really like their normal "granny-style" look though (which they also have in Majora's Mask) so while I'm at it, I will also make replacement heads. ;o)

Next time I will hopefully have unfolded all the parts that I fixed after the test build, so I can put them together with the other parts to make the templates and start the final build and instruction-making!

Stay tuned!

8 comments:

  1. The besom of now looks more realistic, but the one you did before was more simple and better.

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  2. You mean "the one before" being the version with the double layers and open end: http://ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2010/03/torsos-besoms.html ?

    Yeah, the version *with* a closed end is a little bit more difficult / more work of course because it has an extra part! ;o)

    But you could always choose *not* to build the closed end if you don't want to. ;o)

    And to be honest, I think that would not be such a problem if you would really find making the closed end too difficult: you would still have an open end (which would still be okay to look at I think) but not the double layers. Those just really didn't look good in paper... :o(

    But that is something that everybody needs to decide on their own! ;o)

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  3. Please can you keep both versions?

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  4. i think ninjatoes will make separate heads is that right? Is there gonna be a stand 4 'em?

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  5. Well, i really meant the besom :)

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  6. No sorry, I will only make 1 version of the besom; like I said before, I really can't make seperate versions of everything for everybody I'm afraid...

    I will make a simple stand for them but personally, I think I will have them hanging from a string I think! ;o)

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  7. you should make the hair replacable with skewers. you would put a skewer in the hair and the poke it into a hole in the head.

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  8. You'd need to make the hair *and* the top part of the head removable then, since that's really the part that's different on the two heads.

    I think with some creative scratchbuilding you could do that, but the original release won't feature kebab skewers! ;o)

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