Specifically, the front leg on the NDS was cut in two places, but remained attached. It was bent at the elbow and knee to give it the bend that matched G1 Firefly. The front DS leg was wholy removed and cut in half. The lower half was reattached with clay, giving it the tight bend. (Incidentally, the other half of that leg ended up inside the neck to support the join there. Both back legs were completely removed and reattached at the haunches. The ankles were also cut to give them an angle down to the ground and the edge that is found on the back of G1 Firefly's leg was recreated using clay. Both wings were removed and reattached at a different angle. The neck was elongated and the head tilted backward. The mouth was resculpted to be open.
If I were a smarter person, I'd have chosen a much less intense repose for my first attempt. Still, despite her flaws, I'm proud that I was able to complete this custom in time for the Fair. It will probably be awhile before I try another repose, but I'm sure I will give it another shot.