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  1. Saw this on Ebay the other day and wanted to get people's thoughts/opinions. Do you think it's a custom or be considered a custom? To me, it looks like the Marvel Select head was just placed on a Marvel Legends body. If that's true it's kind of lame to be selling it as a custom. Thoughts?
  2. I Fixed His Simpson Over Bite Then Gave Him A Bendable Chain Cause It Was Driving Me Nuts I Made The Chain Out Of Copper Wire And A Metal Necklace The Used Silver Nail Polish To Make Look More Like A Chain And Made A Hole In The Back To Put Any Weapon With A Peg On His Back
  3. This weeks Marvelous Custom was done by MonsterMash who created a 3.75" Marvel Universe Logan Vs. Sabretooth figure 2-Pack. Check out the image(s) of their customs below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section below! If you would like to submit a custom of your own creation to be featured in an upcoming MARVELOUS CUSTOM segment you can post your work on our FORUMS.
  4. Since I made Black Panther, figured Storm would be fun to do as well... eBay #: 171829543210 Enjoy! HM.
  5. I wanted to do a Black Panther figure that was a bit different from his usual catsuit look... Hope you like it! eBay #: 171828625986 Enjoy! HM.
  6. hello everyone I'm just sharing some of my customs that I've recently made, I'm still trying to figure out how to make a possible cape for scarlet witch without using fabric like I did here and maybe a possible sash for psylocke as well anyways any suggestions and comments would be great
  7. hello everyone I'm just sharing some of my customs that I've recently made, I'm still trying to figure out how to make a possible cape for scarlet witch without using fabric like I did here and maybe a possible sash for psylocke as well anyways any suggestions and comments would be great
  8. hello everyone I'm just sharing some of my customs that I've recently made, I'm still trying to figure out how to make a possible cape for scarlet witch without using fabric like I did here and maybe a possible sash for psylocke as well anyways any suggestions and comments would be great
  9. hello everyone I'm just sharing some of my customs that I've recently made, I'm still trying to figure out how to make a possible cape for scarlet witch without using fabric like I did here and maybe a possible sash for psylocke as well anyways any suggestions and comments would be great
  10. hello everyone I'm just sharing some of my customs that I've recently made, I'm still trying to figure out how to make a possible cape for scarlet witch without using fabric like I did here and maybe a possible sash for psylocke as well anyways any suggestions and comments would be great
  11. To see more, visit ---> http://www.mintconditioncustom.com/thor-dark-world-poseable-cape-custom-action-figure To see exclusive WIP pics and more, check out the video ---> The Marvel Select Thor Dark World figure is cool, but I wanted to give him a better looking cloth poseable cape. I made my own pattern for it, carefully measured of course, and cut it out in this really great red material that wasn't too heavy and looked nice for the scale. I used some hemming tape to wrap some bendy armature wire down each side of the cape so it could be poseable. To attach it, I cut off the cape clasps from the Thor figure, and dremelled a hole in each side. The cape was then threaded through, including the wire. I then hot glued it down to the shoulder pads, and carefully reattached the cape clasps. A little paint later to touch everything up, and now Thor is ready to fight with a much more regal looking poseable cape! Thanks for looking!
  12. Watch out world because the Red Skull is out to take you over leading his HYDRA army! The Red Skull has always been one of Captain America's greatest foes and here I've created him in his classic green comic outfit using the body of a Legends AIM solider, head and lower arms of the trenchcoat Red Skull, and belt from a Cyborg DCU figure. His entire uniform is shaded green and I even created a removable cigarette that fits between his lips like he always sports in the comics. I added the neck collar from the original Red Skull to the AIM body as well as the holster, giving him a Luger to complete the look. More pics here: Classic Red Skull
  13. This custom is currently on eBay ---> http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575003513&toolid=10001&campid=5337381499&customid=&icep_item=161278397392&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg To see more, visit ---> http://www.mintconditioncustom.com/custom-falcon-movie-style/ Hasbro has no plans to make a Marvel Legends scaled movie Falcon figure, so I felt I had to make one myself. This one was pretty time consuming, and I had my moments of self doubt, but I’m glad I pushed myself to finish it to showcase here. The torso is from an ML Bucky Cap, the legs are from a movie Winter Soldier, the arms are from a Punisher, the head is from an ML movie Blade, and the wings are from an X-Men Classics Archangel. I added goggles to the head and it was resculpted and reworked to look more like Anthony Mackie. The shirt pockets came from a NECA Hicks, I used styrene for the zipper, sculpted all the fabric wrinkles in Aves Apoxie Sculpt, and used the harness straps from a Survival Suit Bruce Wayne. The hands come from a movie Nick Fury figure. The back leg armor on Falcon is from an Ultimate Iron Man. The wings were the toughest part. I reshaped the Archangel wings some, and used lots of reference images to get the design right. All the detailing over the wings was done with styrene. Very time consuming. Very frustrating. But something I felt was important to do to get Falcon right. Of course everything was painted accurately to the movie, down to the camo pattern on the pants. Last thing to do was to give him some pistols and a flight stand. And now Falcon is ready to fight alongside Cap to take down Hydra! Thanks for looking!
  14. This custom is currently on eBay ---> http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575003513&toolid=10001&campid=5337381499&customid=&icep_item=161287990108&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg To see more, visit ---> http://www.mintconditioncustom.com/custom-agent-phil-coulson His name is not "Agent". He is Agent Phil Coulson. It's terrible that he never got the Marvel Legends treatment, so I decided to make one myself. I wanted to be as accurate as possible with this. The body is a Movie Masters Alfred with the arms and legs from a Marvel Legends Professor Xavier spliced on for the double joints (with minimal sculpting to blend the legs), and the head is a shrunken down cast of the Hot Toys Agent Coulson head from fellow toy enthusiast Ross Barrow. Using this cast ensured that the likeness to Clark Gregg would be as perfect as you can get. I printed out a Coulson S.H.I.E.L.D. name badge at hi-res and laminated it for a full "Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D." effect. I gave him a removable bluetooth earpiece, removable sunglasses, glock pistol, walkie talkie, set of 8 "vintage" Captain America trading cards (courtesty of John Mallamas AKA Jin Saotome), and the Destroyer Gun he uses against Loki in The Avengers. It's a mix of several fodder gun pieces, made to look just like it jumped off the screen, complete with an illuminated effect in the barrel to make it look like it's ready to blast! And now Agent Coulson is ready show that he doesn't lack conviction to any threat S.H.I.E.L.D. faces! Thanks for looking!
  15. This custom is currently on eBay ---> http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575003513&toolid=10001&campid=5337381499&customid=&icep_item=161278397580&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg To see more, visit ---> http://www.mintconditioncustom.com/custom-winter-soldier-movie/ I dig the movie Winter Soldier figure from Hasbro, but felt it could have been improved upon. So I took the masked head that came with the figure and sliced the mask and goggles off, dremeled out the back a lot, cut the goggles off and separated them from the mask, and now you can slip them on and off the unmasked head very easily. They tuck in under his hair, so it holds great. I also removed the eye paint on the unmasked head, added some stubble to the face, and a black wash to his hair. So now there’s four different looks the figure can have. I repainted his torso area black, and then dry brushed a bit of leather over it, which is much more movie accurate than it was before. I also did a general weathering job over the whole figure to make it look more realistic. I attached a knife from a NECA Dutch figure that can be removed easily on the back of the belt. The finishing touch was equiping him with weapons he used in the movie. I gave him a rifle similar to one he used in the film, and also cobbled together a gun that looked like the one in the movie that launched that “magnetic disc bomb” in his initial scene. Now Winter Soldier is ready to take down Cap! Thanks for looking!
  16. This custom is currently on eBay ---> http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575003513&toolid=10001&campid=5337381499&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F161204509192%3FssPageName%3DSTRK%3AMESELX%3AIT%26_trksid%3Dp3984.m1555.l2649 To see more, visit ---> http://www.mintconditioncustom.com/custom-amazing-spider-man-2/ The articulation on the Marvel Legends Amazing Spider-Man 2 figure is great, though the paint job was lacking. I’ve given the figure a full repaint, and made it much more vibrant than before (especially the blue areas) with deep shading and bright highlights. I even outlined all the webbing on his suit to help it stand out more. I also embedded some Rare Earth magnets in his feet so he can stick to most metal surfaces. I took the Andrew Garfield Peter Parker head from the first movie figure and dremeled it to fit the new figure, gave him a web line, and gave a weathered repaint to the Young Justice Red Arrow rooftop display, and now Spidey is ready to take down Electro, Rhino, and anyone else who threatens New York! Thanks for looking!
  17. Custom Logan, The Wolverine. Sculpted over the Alpha Blanx figure, from Go Native Toys. He was modified to be a bit shorter than the original Alpha figure. Material was removed from the shins and thighs. He now stands just under 3.5 inches. For more pics of him and others, visit gonativetoys.com
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