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DeDzBRACKADOOM

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  1. Very nice. Where did you get your backdrops?
  2. Your avatar is all kinds of awesome.

  3. To be 100% honest...I've been tinkering with the thought. I'm just trying to find the right base and I want to finish up work on my T-Ray figure, which should be complete within a week or so. I'm going to work more on him tomorrow.
  4. Reign of the Deadpools (NO! PICKLES! - check sig for my reference pic) Talk about a wonderful accident. The base figure is a LCBH Madman. I was actually using this as the base for my Ultimate Hawkeye figure (which I'm currently working on). Once complete it looked like crap. Absolute ICK. I decided to take a sabbatical from customizing and read through some of my old Deadpool comics. I was reading the Funneral for a Freak storyline and when I got to the introduction of "NO PICKLES!" Deadpool, I recalled wanting a figure of him back when I first got the issue. I figured I'd just use the Madman body for him and find a random head in my parts bin to pop on and use. The head is actually a dremmeled down (never operate a dremel while under the influence of alcohol) Marvel Legends Ultimate Wolverine. The shirt is made from a piece of one of my old shirts. The shorts are made of pieces of plastic cut from the bag my bed spread came in. Any suggestions? Creative criticism? I know I can improve, just need helpful hints. (EDIT: Also, just a note...The Deadpool's hands say "Dead" on the right hand and "Pool" on the left. Wasn't able to get a good enough pic of it.)
  5. Agent X v.1 (Working on another version as you read) Yes, the glasses are removable. I've noticed there are several Agent X customs, but hardly any sport his two-tone jacket and most of the time his shades are permanently affixed to his head. I love this character and HAD to make a custom of him. Base figure was Xorn. The idea to use Professor X's head was the suggestion of my roommate and I noticed on here that another customizer had done the same (more than likely thought of it first, would give credit, but can't recall the name and don't feel like looking it up). The upper chest cover is from an old Robocop toy, the zipper piece on it comes from LCBH Judge Dread (located on his badge), the "H" clip belt buckle comes from a Jurassic Park Ellie Sadler backpack strap accessory. The leg-fanny packs (as I call them) come from random pieces of plastic and utility holsters I found in my parts box. The jacket buckles come Judge Dread's arm pieces. The boot buckles come from left over pieces of Leonardo's sword straps. The glasses were constructed from pieces of an X-Men figure's (not sure which one) belt and Index Tabs (Wal Mart has multi-colored ones in their school supplies isle and they're perfect for different colored visors or pieces). The gun is from a McFarlane Chapel figure.
  6. Sorry for the picture quality, I had to use my Logitech Quick cam. I attempted to adjust Brightness Contrast in Photoshop to match the actual color of each piece... Modern Deadpool (Per the final few issues of Cable & Deadpool): The base figure was a Marvel Legends Moon Knight. The sheaths come from an old TMNT Leonardo (the Live-Action movie figure from years ago), the bullets (if you can see them lining his shoulders) come from a McFarlane Chapel figure's gun, the choker is from leftover strap that once connected to Leo's sheaths, the gun, knife holster and knife come from the LCBH Judge Dread, the handgun Pool's packing is from McFarlane's Spawn Classic's line 1 Al Simmons, the DP Logo on the belt is from a screw cover piece leftover from an entertainment stand I put together years ago. The straps on his chest are pieces of plastic cut from the bag my beadspread and sheet set came. The Circle chest piece is from a random X-Men figure's belt dremmeled down to get rid of the "X" and repainted. The little ninja hood piece adorning his head is cut from Moon Knight's hood, superglued on and dremeled down even to his head. The swords are from a Marvel Legends Deadpool (he stole them back shortly after the photo shoot).
  7. Yea, my bad, that's who I meant. He used to be "Billy Gunn" when he was with the WWE. I'm working with the same figure right now on my custom project, which I hope to unveil at the next con (if I can finish it in time).
  8. Very nice. I believe the TNA figure you used was Billy Gunn (on your site you said you were not sure).
  9. The waist joints are different than legs/arms, you'll have to slice the figure in half or pry it apart somehow. Also, if you have a high powered Hair Dryer, you can use it to heat up the joints instead of boiling and popping. I use an industrial heat gun myself, but I just happened to have one.
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