Frankenstein your items….

Hey 'machiners!

Did you know you have the means to create your own items out of others?

There is a whole bunch of possibilities when using the masking tool and "frankenstein" them together.  Here is an example....

I took 2 Croc heads from HEADS/ANIMAL section and did this....

Took a 3/4 turn item and made it head on.  Pretty cool, eh?

Here is how I did it...

There are treasures to be found in all item categories.  Happy hunting!

***For a more in depth step by step post, please visit this page created by SULEMAN.

Stay Safe and Cheers!

6 Responses to Frankenstein your items….

  1. Worf says:

    My curent D&D Character is a Lizardfolk. I made his head using two different heads.

    These are the components:

    This is it, put together with the shapes showing:

    And this is the finished piece:

  2. ams says:

    Looks great, Worf!

  3. Worf says:

    Looks great, Worf!

    Thanks. Hope it helps other people with the program…

  4. Herr D says:

    I used to keep my slabs rotating out pretty fast. Still couldn’t keep up with all the lightning in my head. If only I had more time in the lab–too busy chasing my creations and an inherited monster or three . . . [vibrates tentacles in frustration]

    Good illustrations of process, guys.

  5. Herr D says:

    . . . oh! The abs in fem std bodies could be squinched to mostly make the plates on the gator’s nose bridge . . .

  6. Arioch says:

    Too bad my computer’s slugishness doesn’t let me do too much HM, this is great! Thanks!