But Boss Fight designed their line with customization in mind, and all figures are basically fully sculpted blank base bodies, with all armor and accessories made from seperate sculpts and are fully removable. Add to that the fact that the figures basically pop together, making swapping out body parts incredibly easy.
For customizers, this is all a HUGE deal. Even if your goal isn't a figure that shows of a lot of skin and muscle, it is way easier to build on a blank body than to try to get rid of pre-sculpted detail. For me, it's opened up a ton of ideas and possibilities. So, besides being a great addition to the Mad Max-esque post apocalyptic stuff I've been working on, I've been tinkering around with doing something with a bit more of a fantasy vibe. I'm going for a bit of an old Heavy Metal magazine kind of feel. Still post apocalyptic, but set so far after the destruction of our society, that whatever is left of what we've left behind is viewed as ancient and unfathomable, a lost civilization or a forgotten age of man.
So, my 1st few custom figures using the new Boss Fight bodies. I've been referring to these 2 as the Reavers. I picture them as a sort of cult of assassins and bounty hunters.
I've also been working on this guy, a sort of wasteland hero. Something about the outfit makes me think he might be a deserter from some sort of military group. I like the juxtaposition of the more Sci-fi looking pants and gun with the more low-fi and primitive overall look.