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  1. Thank you everyone 🙂
  2. Here is a custom of my favorite Ultraverse character Prime. This is a custom that I have wanted to make for a longtime, but I could never find the right base body to start with until the Caliban BAF was released. The head is a Hyperion casting that I got glassman customs to enlarge, but I did have to resculpt the back of the head/hair a little and fit it to the body using o-rings. I also added some epoxy behind the ears until it was enlarged I never noticed how thin the Hyperion ears were. The hands are from 1/6th scale Deadpool that I bought off ebay which worked out great, but I did have to thicken the peg with superglue and baking soda. The feet are from a Marvel Select Colossus. To make the smaller feet look right I had to dremel down the lower legs. I used styrene and epoxy to sculpt the armor, gauntlets, and boots. I used Caliban's wristbands as a base for the gauntlets, so they are still removable. I ordered the cape from gpslot on ebay. I attached the cape by I embedding magnets into the shoulders, and glueing some magnets to the cape. This way the cape can be removable. Overall I am really happy with how it has turned out. It's Prime Time!
  3. Next is a bunch of movie-verse heads that he bought from Glassman Customs. I'll take some individual pictures of each of the characters a little later. http://home.comcast.net/~sjrife/sjrife/customs/Tony-Stark-Head-01.jpg http://home.comcast.net/~sjrife/sjrife/customs/Agent-Coulson-V2-01.jpg
  4. Hey everyone I just finished painting up a bunch of heads for "The Amazing Spidey-Fan" over on the Fwoosh forums. First up is a Iceman head cast from Casting Cave that I painted up as an alternate unmasked Peter Parker head for the new Spider-Man figure.
  5. Thank you very much You can get this head cast from Glassman Customs. http://glassman.customjustice.com/products-page/marvel-legends/agent-phil-coulson/
  6. Since Marvel bought out Malibu Comics and with it the Ultraverse I figured the Ultraverse characters would be welcome here This is an update to an earlier custom that I made of an Ultraverse character called Electrocute. Electrocute is an android that gained sentience and the power to generate electricity in the Jumpstart event. Electrocute's body is made mostly from a DCUC Crime Syndicate Superwoman and Star Sapphire lower legs. I had to re-sculpt the back to remove the huge cape peg on Superwoman, and I modded the waist and legs to try and reduce the square waist look on the DCUC females when the legs are posed. For the costume lines I used thin strips of styrene. When I first made Electrocute I didn't have a lot of parts built up in my fodder bins, so I was limited on the selection of hair pieces that I had to choose from, so originally I used Superwoman's head with Mary Marvel's hair. This week I decided to refresh this custom and give her an update. One of Electrocute's features was the big hair, so after going through my fodder bins I found a hair piece that I thought would work really well for her. The hair is from a WWE figure but I couldn't tell you from which figure, and the new head is from a DCUC Power Girl. I touched up the flesh tones on the body and head a little, and painted the new hair. I also applied a dullcoat to the gold and a gloss coat to the greens. So what do all think? Electrocute
  7. This was a quick little mod that that I decided to do to one of my extra Marvel Legends Infinite Series Black Cat figures. I swapped out the heels for some flats that I bought from casting cave, and I did a little repainting. What do you all think? Black Cat
  8. This is a commissioned piece for a fellow member over at the Fwoosh boards "The Amazing Spidey-Fan". He sent me one of Glassman's shrunken Agent Coulson Hot Toys heads, and a DCUC suited body. So all that I needed to do was fit the head to the body, paint the head, and flesh-tones on the neck and hands. So what do you all think does it look like Clark Gregg? Phil Coulson Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  9. Hey everyone, I have to install a new Hub Assembly on my truck, so I decided to sell my custom painted Marvel Now! Captain America to help fund the repairs. Thanks for looking :) http://www.ebay.com/itm/Custom-Captain-America-Marvel-Legends-Marvel-Now-Captain-America-/121271323781
  10. Marvel Now! Captain America I love the sculpt of the new Marvel Now! Captain America, but there are a couple of things that I was disappointed in. One I really wish that he could have been a little bigger about the same height as the Commander Steve Rogers figure, and two I wish he had a some more paint to bring out all that great sculpting detail. The first I can't really do anything about, but I can fix the second gripe on my figure. First I started on the blues of his costume. There are three different shades I started with Model Masters Dark Blue, then I dry brushed MM french blue over that, and finally I dry brushed a custom mixed some light blue (French Blue & White). Then I sealed it with a top coat and then a dullcoat, but went back over the armor with a semi-gloss. For the gloves I mixed up some darker red for the base coat, and then I dry brushed a lighter red over the base. For the white on the arms I started with a really light blue and brushed several coats of white over them. I also repainted the face as I thought the flesh tone was a little too pink on the factory figure. I also added a little dark blue to the creases on the helmet, and added a coat of semigloss to the helmet as well. Let me know what you think :)
  11. Mystique was just a little head swap with her original figure to have the option of displaying her with different heads. I drilled out the neck peg on the original heads touched up the paint, and I have two extra heads for Mystique. Mystique
  12. Oh here is a quick update to Wonder Man I decided to make two alternative heads from him.
  13. I as much as I hate to see her go I decided to put my X-23 up on ebay to help pay some property taxes.
  14. Here is another of my DCUC/ML customs X-23. She one of my eariler customs that I pulled off the shelf this week to refresh the paint on her. The main body is a DCUC Star Sapphire with some minor re-sculpting to the ab area to remove the costume lines, and to her waist and inner thighs to give the body more a Marvel Legends look. Her full recipe is: Marvel Legends X-23's hair, biceps, elbows, forearms, hands, knees, lower legs, and boots; DCUC Star Sapphire's body; DCUC Superwoman's head; and DCUC Power Girl's belt. http://www.rife-family.com/sjrife/customs/X-23-Update-07.jpg
  15. Wonder Man V2 After revamping my Wonder Man another collector contacted me about making one for him. On this Wonder Man I wanted to try something a little different with the "W" emblem on his chest and back. Instead of having it flat painted or raised I made it where the "W" is sunk in with a reversed embossed look. I also sculpted the collar, re-sculpted top of the lower legs, and filled in all the peg holes. The belt is made from a rubber band, and the arm band and belt buckle are made with styrene. The body is a WWE elite figure and the Aquaman head is a casting from casting cave. Finally I finished him up with a full paint job.
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