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  1. Check out what I did!

     

    I didn't like the head used on Wolverine of the 2 pack with Silver Samurai. So I used the head of Logan from the XMO:Wolverine Comic Series.

     

    But a simple head change would not do. I had to change the neck-ball, and secure it with a plastic stick.

     

    Simple, yet highly effective.

     

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  2. Head: SW Expanded Universe Unleashed Juno Eclypse

    Ponytail: ROC Covert Operations Scarlett

    Upper/Lower Torso and Lockheed the dragon: MU Shadowcat

    Arm and Upper legs: ROC Baroness

    Boots: ROC Cover girl

     

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    This figure was started as an attempt to mix Marvel and female GI Joe figures. And it worked!

    Since I started with a Kitty Pryde figure as the base, I decided to finish the character.

    I gave her a look closer to the Astonishing X-Men comic book, contrary to the figure that was released.

    Gave her Shoulder pads, more obvious gloves and belt, and now with the articulation of a GI Joe figure, she can be posed more than before.

    I have to admit, I am more than pleased with the results.

  3. Amazing work Sizemore! I love that Rogue! Mind sharing what head you used for her and White queen?

     

    Oh and Banshee too, that guy looks perfect!

     

     

    The Rogue head is a 25th Scarlet repainted, the hair is partly a DCIH Starfire and then some sculpting, White Queen is a Phoenix head repainted with Secret Wars Spider Woman's hair.

     

    Banshee is a 25th Duke head (Best of 80s pack) with completely sculpted hair using green stuff.

     

    Thanks.

     

    Sizemore, aweosme figures. What hair did you used for the Psylocke figure?

     

  4. For some time I wanted to make a G.I. Joe version of Wolverine. And with the new X-force outfit, I ended up thinking about this figure.

    I added all of the details about the character from previous outfits that I liked, and placed it on this G.I. Joe figure.

    The difference between what I originally tried to make and the outcome: The shoulder Pads. I didn't know they would make a difference, but it did.

    I have to say that I am so pleased about making this figure, that it has inspired me to make a second G.I. Joe figure of Wolverine, but more close to the comics.

    So stay tuned... you might be surprised.

     

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  5. If you are trying to darken a red that you have already, add a touch of brown. Black will make it too dark and a totally different color altogether.

     

    No wonder I had so much trouble dealing with that situation! It always gets too dark even if I use just a little pint of black. Thanks for the advice, Onyx!

  6. Head and Belt: X-Men Origins Deadpool with Missile Cannon

    Lower Legs, weapons and holster: ROC Elite Viper

    Backpack: ROC Paris Pursuit Storm Shadow

    Rest of Figure: ROC Reactive Armor Ripcord

     

    I wanted a Deadpool figure to go along with my G.I. Joe movie figures, but at the same time keeping the comic details.

     

    I customized the backpack to hold 2 large swords, instead of one large and one small. Added the holster on the right leg to make the figure look more like the character.

     

    After some gray, black and Chrome-Silver painting, I ended up with a very cool Deadpool!

     

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