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  • Birthday 02/09/1977

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  1. Thank you very much 🙂
  2. This is my second custom of favorite Ultraverse character Prime, but this time in his final form. The base body is the Caliban BAF. The head is a Hyperion casting that I got glassman customs to enlarge good while back. I did have to re-sculpt the back of the head/hair a little, and fit it to the body using my Dremel and 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 off of eBay it was listed to be for the Storm Mortal Kombat Shao Kahn. I attached the cape by I embedding magnets into the shoulders, and gluing some magnets to the cape. This way the cape can be removable. For the tattoo and arm hair created the graphics in photoshop and printed them on clear backed waterslide paper. To get the waterslide decals to conform to the arm used micro set and micro sol. I really took my time with this second Prime. It's Prime Time!
  3. Thank you everyone 🙂
  4. 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!
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. Thank you very much You can get this head cast from Glassman Customs. http://glassman.customjustice.com/products-page/marvel-legends/agent-phil-coulson/
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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.
  11. 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
  12. 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 :)
  13. 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
  14. Oh here is a quick update to Wonder Man I decided to make two alternative heads from him.
  15. 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.
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