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  1. After making my Dollar Tree Micro Faker, I wanted to make Skeletor's #1 henchmen, Beastman. The Mega Contrux figures are the same scale, and I discovered that the head and armor would fit perfectly on the micro He-Man body. Just had to dremel the arm armor and add some hair with some apoxie sculpt to the legs. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did making it.
  2. Continuing with my "Monsters of the Universe-Origins" is the Wolfman. It was created using a MOTU Origins Beastman, feet from a DC Multiverse Mutant Leader, and lastly hands from the Warcraft movie line. All other details including additional hair and ripped clothing were made from apoxie sculpt. I hope you enjoy this, and keep watching for additional monsters to come.
  3. Thank you. More "Monsters of the Universe Origins", on the way soon.
  4. So, I thought it was time to add some Monsters to my Eternian universe, and what better way to start than, with Frankenstein's Monster. I originally had this idea about two years ago, when I seen some unreleased artwork for Funko's Savage World line that would have brought some of the classic monsters in vintage form. Inspired, I drew up my own designs and put them on the much better Origins buck. This figure is made from a WWE Goldberg torso, waist, and upper legs. WWE Braun Strowman lower leg with Warcraft movie Orc boot/feet. Arms belong to MOTU Origins He-Man (right) and WWE John Cena (left). The head is a heavily modified vintage Trap Jaw, and lastly the fur collar and hands belong to a Toy Biz Marvel Legends Loki. All other costume and scarred detailing was apoxie sculpt and alot of dremeling. Hope you enjoy this, as more Monsters are on their way. I really enjoyed bringing my vision to life with this one.
  5. More to come in future posts. Definitely not done with this series.
  6. With the release of the Micro Masters of the Universe figures hitting Dollar Tree stores now, I thought why not combine the He-Man and Skeletor figures and make that robotic menace, Faker. I simply cut the Skeletor's head, hands, and torso off at the waist. Then attached that to the He-man figure, attaching his head, hands, and waist. And finally used a tiny amount of apoxie sculpt to fill in the gaps. The rest was just paint. Hope you enjoy the inexpensive $2 custom.
  7. Happy 4th of July weekend. After a recent meet and greet with 70s Captain America Reb Brown, I was inspired to finish my MOTU Origins, Captain America. It was made using the Torso and arms from a MOTU Origins Prince Adam, lower legs from a Masters of the WWE Universe Rey Mysterio, and the Marvel Legends Captain America figure's head. Boots and gloves were sculpted with apoxie sculpt and the chest stripes were made using automobile pin striping. Hope you enjoy this and leave feedback.
  8. Thanks guys. Glad you enjoy it. I have many more MOTU Origins customs planned from multiple toy/comic universe's. So stay tuned.
  9. I thought it was about time for the Joe's to enter the MOTU Origins universe. Zartan, Master of Disquise and Leader of the evil swamp dwelling Dreadnoks. Was made using the torso, arms, and chest plate from a Masters of the WWE Universe Roddy Piper. The legs are a combo of both Kane (upper) and Braun Strowman (lower), and lastly the head is a heavily modified Sting. Other mods were made using apoxie sculpt and the shoulder pads belong to a 90s animated Toy Biz Iron Man figure.
  10. Here's my custom leader of the evil snakemen, King Hiss. Alot of work went into this one. The head and chest plate are resin casts from the MOTU Classics figure. I then made a cast of the front and back chest from the original figure and applied it to a WWE Braun Strowman figure. Next for the arms, I again used the original figure and added a ball joint from a WWE Create a wrestler, then I filled in the gaps with apoxie sculpt and matched the scales. Lastly the legs were sculpted over with apoxie sculpt. I hope you like it and more Origins figures are on their way. Thanks for looking.
  11. Thanks. Keep watching. More of the DC Universe on the way.
  12. With one magic word. Shazam! Captain Marvel joins the fight in my Masters of the Universe Origins line of custom Superheroes. Made from various MOTU Origins and the simarly styled sister line Masters of the WWE Universe figures. Apoxie sculpt was used for costume details such as the arm braces, belt, chest flap, and the boot tops. The cape is from a DC Direct First Appearance Captain Marvel. And lastly the head is a resin cast of MOTU Classics Molarr. I hope you enjoy this one as it's my personal favorite from the heroes that I've made. Of course, I'm a little biased as the Big Red Cheese is also my favorite from the DC Universe stable of characters.
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