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  1. Years ago, I made my first Spiral figure. Went with X-Force since it was a simpler design to pull together. At the time, it was an insanely impressive project for me. I've been dying to revisit it since I've gotten better. And hopefully at some point I can get around to giving her classic design another go, as well. So, it isn't super difficult to remove the Valkyie arms and insert them into a singular body. It would maintain the full articulation, but I hate how it looks. And once you get them to sit properly, it kills the mobility anyway. So, instead, I cut the pegs off, dremel into the main body, and glue them in place. Just angle them in different directions so it allows for the illusion of full mobility. Sculpted up the fur boots. From there, a full repaint, topped off with a few swords, and all done! Recipe: Base, Extra Arms - MU Valkyrie Hair - MU She-Hulk Swords - MU Valkyrie and Marauder casts spiral15 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spiral16 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spiral17 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spiral19 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spiral20 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spiral21 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  2. First did this piece a few years ago and have been wanting to revisit it ever since. Thankfully, I finally got the chance. It's based on the Marvel Legends Cable, and this time around I was able to get a lot of the details much closer to his larger counterpart. It's still definitely my favorite look for him. I cut the lower legs at the boot and extended them a bit since they make him a bit too short for my liking. Sculpted up the back of the gloves, the knees, pants and pouches, lower leg armor, additional strap on the belt, the metal on his face, and the full upper torso. Started with some metal going up his neck, then the full armor over it. Took a couple layers, but went much smoother this time around. I really struggled with it last time. Full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Upper Torso, Head, Arms, Gun - MU Cable Lower Torso - MU Sandman Upper Legs - MU Gladiator Lower Legs - Captain America Movie WW2 Cap cable11 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr cable12 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr cable13 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr cable14 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr cable16 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  3. I didn't initially plan on having the female Spawn done this week. I had forgotten she was one I wanted to make altogether. But then I saw the gameplay trailer for Spawn in MK11 - the announcement that started this whole endeavor - and saw the female skin for Jacqui. Was a bizarre choice. But, it kicked up my interest, and here we are! I hate spikes. They were bad on the male Spawn, but trying to make them even smaller for a female variation was agony. Oy. Fully built on the BossFight blank with everything sculpted on. Bracers, boot, skulls, cape, and every, single spike. Glued some small chain on, gave her a full repaint, and all done! Base - BossFightStudio Female Blank spawn22 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spawn23 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spawn24 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spawn25 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  4. Years ago, I made a simpler variation of Spawn. Many less spikes and no shredded cape. Then I did a Commando Spawn. Low on the articulation, heavy on the armaments. And then a couple years ago I made the Angel Spawn and Angela. I've considered revisiting her and making Redeemer. Not sure yet. There was another Spawn design in the mix as well, but I'm not sure what design it was. But finally I've gotten around to making a proper classic Spawn! Whew. I really wanted to go over the top with the cape, but I needed it to still be manageable. Fully sculpted up the cape, bracers, skulls, arm band, leg pouches, boot, leg bands, and all of the spikes. Glued some chain on, a full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Body - MU Daredevil Head - BossFightStudio Male Blank spawn18 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spawn19 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spawn20 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr spawn21 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  5. I've been wanting to revisit this guy for ages. I never could get into the Savage Dragon comic, but I always did like his design. Pretty much the same issue I've had with a lot of characters, honestly. I made him once years ago, but was never really satisfied with that rendition. I've seen some amazing hulking designs done by some phenomenal customizers, but I still wanted to try something a bit more balanced. Sanded down all the hair on the head. And then a little bit more. Smoothed over the head, then sculpted on the fin. Took a couple tries to get a pattern I liked. Fill in the holes on the back of the Hyperion upper torso. From there, gave him a full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Head, Upper Torso, Lower Arms - MU Hyperion Lower Torso, Legs - MU Sandman Upper Arms - MU Hercules savagedragon10 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr savagedragon11 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr savagedragon12 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr savagedragon13 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr savagedragon14 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  6. So, over a year ago they brought some Street Fighter characters into Power Rangers Legacy Wars and made Ryu into a Ranger himself. A few months ago, they brought them back and added a Chun Li Blazing Phoenix Ranger into the mix. Since they're here to stay this time, I don't know if they'll introduce any additional Street Fighter Rangers, but I'm gonna keep my fingers crossed for Cammy. Head was still from the BossFight female blank. I just sanded it down a bit, then fully sculpted on the helmet. Everything else on the figure was sculpted on. The bracelets, skirt pieces, belt, gloves, armbands, chest armor, top of the boots, and even the yellow stripes going down her legs. After all that, a full repaint, and all done! Base - BossFightStudio Female Blank chunli12 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr chunli13 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr chunli14 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr chunli15 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  7. This is actually my first Joker figure. How long ago did I start making figures? About ten years or so, and this is the first time I've ever actually made a Joker. A great one to start with, too. I'm not sure where the head originated from. The guy who commissioned the piece sent it to me. Cut and dremeled the feet to fit. Sculpted up the pants, vest, collar, tie, and sleeves. Had to dremel the head a decent bit to finally get it to fit. Full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Body - MU Daredevil Hands - MU Steve Rogers Feet - Gamerverse Mr Negative Jacket - Star Wars General Hux Head - no clue joker by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr joker2 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr joker3 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr joker4 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  8. I've been talking about trying to revisit this guy for ages. I made a couple renditions of him ages ago, but was never quite satisfied with them. Finally, recently got to go back and not just remake the two I did before, but fix up all of his variations. Stone, Crystalline, Metallic, and the Magma transformation in the Metallic variation. After I swapped out all the parts, everything was sculpted. Boots, pants, skirt sections, stone arms, stone chest, straps and shoulder pads, facemask, and hood. After all that, full repaints, and all done! Recipes: Head, Upper Torso, Arms, Upper Legs - MU Hyperion Lower Torso, Lower Legs - MU Wonder Man tremor22 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr tremor23 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr tremor27 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr tremor31 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr tremor35 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  9. One of the very first customs I ever made was a Dexter Morgan. That was back when I was focusing a lot of my work on the Wolverine Origins bodies and was still trying to work out what paints I liked. That one was a bit more of a casual wear design. Since I've been revisiting a ton of old projects this year, I decided to give him another go. It helped that AngryNomad shrunk a Dexter head. Sculpted up the full shirt and the pants. Swapped out the lower legs, and made the pants a little bit baggier over the boots. Also had to redo the boots slightly to they were a little shorter. Full repaint, topped off with a random knife, and done! Recipe: Base - MU Steve Rogers Head - AngryNomad cast Lower Legs - random Joe dextermorgan5 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr dextermorgan6 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr dextermorgan7 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr dextermorgan8 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  10. I've been considering this off and on for a while, and I've finally tried my first diorama piece. At one point a couple years ago I considered switching to display pieces so I could focus more on the details than the mobility. Coming off making a commission where I had to sacrifice some aspects of the design to maintain articulation, and it bothered me a bit. But, I didn't like the idea of trying to ship a diorama. Anyway, I was asked locally to fix up a She-Ra and we went all out with a full display. The idea was to mimic the image of her standing on a cliff with the Crystal Castle framing her in the distance. It was a ton of fun, and I have more ideas I want to try, but not sure when I'll get to them. Figure first. Resculpted the bracers slightly. Sculpted up the shirt, collar, and armor sections across the torso. Cut and glued the skirt in place. Rounded out the back with sculpt, then sculpted on the belt. Sculpted up the boots, and resculpted the headpiece. Had to cut and resculpt the sword a little bit, and add the gem. Cut out some cloth, glued it to her back, gave her a full repaint, and all done! And the display. Started with a wooden base. Something from a craft store. Sculpted everything on top of it. Started with the stone look, then fixed up the castle base. After that, I sculpted up the central tower piece, and then painstakingly sculpted on every single other detail on top of that. I actually did use a couple small gems at the top. I keep forgetting about those. Glued them on to make my life a little easier. It is most definitely the most complex and intricate thing I have ever made from scratch. It's not perfect, but She-Ra hides the major flaws and she's happy with the final product, and that's what matters. Full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Body - BossFightStudio Female Blank Bracers - BossFightStudio armor Heels - MU Emma Frost Head - MU Enchantress Sword - AngelForge cast Skirt - Infinite Heroes Mary Marvel Cape - craft cloth shera by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr shera2 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr shera3 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  11. This is not an easy figure to get ahold of. And while I've gotten better at sculpting, I still don't really want to make the helmets from scratch. Or Saba. The White Ranger is the one Ranger from the original series that I haven't made. I mean, unless you want to get really technical and count the Alien Rangers too. But I don't. I think the only other original based Rangers I want to make now would be a gender swapped set. At least for red, blue, yellow, pink, black, and green. Sculpted up the full chest armor, which took a couple layers to get on there. Sculpted on the armbands, bracers, leg bracers, and the belt. Dremeled into the head a decent bit so it would sit properly, too. Gave him a full repaint, including some very tedious detail work on Saba, and all done! Recipe: Body - MU Daredevil Head/Saba - MMPR 2010 White Ranger Left Hand - MU Spiderman mmpr42 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr43 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr44 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr45 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr46 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  12. I've made the original Power Rangers team three times now, but only once have I tried the Green Ranger. Back during my first run through the group. I've wanted to revisit him for ages, but have consistently kept putting him off. Getting better at sculpting has definitely made this concept a lot easier. Sculpted up the full chest armor, armbands, belt, morpher, and the bands around his boots and gauntlets. Dremeled in the head a bit so it would fit better, gave him a full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Body - MU Mysterio Head/Dragon Dagger - MMPR 2010 Green Ranger Gauntlets - MU Captain America mmpr48 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr49 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr50 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr51 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr mmpr52 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  13. Man, this was a crazy piece to work on. And expensive. Whew. I was asked to try an Infinity War Thanos on a Shao Kahn body and initially I loved the idea. The problem, however, was the material. Various pieces on the Storm Collectibles figures are soft rubber, which is tough to easily sculpt over. So, this became quite the endeavor. I was still determined to get him finished, though. Picked up the head cast from eBay, but PlasticCurves also has it available, along with variant heads. Since the torso was so annoying to work with, I had to sculpt the suit in layers. I smoothed over the upper torso bit by bit, then sculpted another layer that I could actually cut into. Then I sculpted the last over the armor over it. Added sculpt to the upper legs and lower torso, as well. Sculpted up the belt, waist, kneepads, and the full boots. Sanded down the straps that remained on the shoulders, then sculpted on the full gauntlets. Hands are made soft too, so I stuck with fists for simpler modifications. Cut off the blades and properly resculpted the hands. From there, a full repaint, and all finished! Recipe: Base - Storm Collectibles Shao Kahn Head - Thanos cast thanos by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr thanos2 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr thanos3 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr thanos5 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr thanos6 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  14. My favorite character from Infinity War. Ebony Maw was definitely the stand out member of the Black Order. They gave him powers of telekinesis in the movie, and I think it was a great improvement on him from the comics. Sculpted up the pants, sleeves, full torso, and skirt sections. The head was a Frankenstein cast. I wanted something a bit larger than I used for his comic look. Or, more specifically, something longer. Cut the nose off, reworked the head, and sculpted up the hair. Gave him two larger hands, a full repaint, and all finished up! Recipe: Body - MU Angel Head - AngelForge cast Right Hand - MU Gladiator Left Hand - one of the original MU figures blackorder29 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder30 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder31 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder32 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
  15. Avengers Endgame is coming up, so this was good timing to finally fix up some more Black Order figures. Seems like I'll have a few of those in the lineup, this time also focusing mostly on the movie lineup. Interestingly enough, pretty much everyone else is pretty close to their comic designs, save for Proxima Midnight. She's actually pretty immensely different. Swapped out the lower legs then moved into the sculpting. Sculpted up the armor on both arms, the bands on her right leg, her knees, and her gold boot. Smoothed over her torso, front and back, and sculpted up the horns and hair. Cut the blade off the spear, then sculpted up the trident section and the bottom. Full repaint, and all done! Recipe: Base - BossFightStudio Female Blank Lower Legs - MU Dagger Spear - Star Wars figure blackorder33 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder34 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder35 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder36 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr blackorder37 by Casey Moorehead, on Flickr
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