This is Lotus Ayako, a original character created by deviantart user Ryou63.
Monday, February 18, 2019
Thursday, January 24, 2019
This is my second version of the Dolphin Saint, one of the Ghost Saints. I made him over a Hyoga Cygnus body, using some parts of his armour and resculpting the rest. This must be one of the few depictions of a Dolphin in an evil way .
This is Turytt, the Doomsdayesque Green Lantern of sector 786. A curious character to make. At the start I thought about doing him over a MOTUC body, but in the end I thought it would look too short and shabby, so I went for a wrestling deluxe body with Mongul's head. Sculpted bone protuberances, logo and hair, and energy construct out of molten plastic. Sorry for the pictures, I took them with my mobile phone messing around with the settings and I am afraid they are rather too bright.
I've just finished this custom figure of April O Neill, as she appeared in the original TMNT cartoon. One of those characters I could do nearly with my eyes closed, having seen her so many times. A iconic character from the 80s. Made over a Neca April O Neill figure, head of Wasp ML.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019
Here is Jean Grey in his modern X-Men red suit. A cool upgrade of the character, one of the few important characters that have been bold enough to change colour and suit. It varies awfully from one issue to another, so it was quite difficult to stick with one depiction. Used a Marvel Legends woman, I think another kind of Jean Grey, head and hair from fodder parts. This is my 599th custom, get ready for my 600th one!
Here I present you with another Lantern, this timHere I present you with another Lantern, this time Iolande in a neoclassic comic style. I folllowed a sort of artistic card pinup to make her. A rather easy custom. I custom printed the logo, sculpted front hair, and repainted most of the figure. Green Lantern's light!e Iolande in a neoclassic comic style. I folllowed a sort of artistic card pinup to make her. A rather easy custom. I custom printed the logo, sculpted front hair, and repainted most of the figure. Green Lantern's light!
Saturday, January 5, 2019
Here it is Sunspot, a custom I made in late december for a fellow collector. I was asked for a Sunspot, and the client chose the kind of painting along with the uniform. I happened to have a very good base figure to start with (an apparently failed custom of Ghost Rider I bought headless) and a head of a Human Torch riding a bike, which although the figure was just for little kids and had no value whatsoever, the head was very well done, and suited the character perfectly. After careful sanding, sculpting of the extra parts, and removable flames, here it is, Sunspot.
I always thought the idea of Khonshu was one of the best interpretations of mythology in the Marvel Universe. It is interesting and my...
Here is Lady Iron Fist, a female version of Iron Fist. The custom was made for the Gender Bender 2 Figurealm contest and it was 2nd.
When I had in hand the Myth Cloth Hagen Merak figure, I saw it wasn't what I was expecting. Normally the Myth are either flawless or ...