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  1. With all the DC Superheroes I've been making lately, I neglected to make villains for them to punch. So what better one to start with than constant foil to the Man of Steel, Lex Luthor! Lex was made using a WWE MOTU Roman Reigns torso with Kane arms and legs. The gauntlets are from a Toy Biz AOA Apocalypse figure and the boots ( which were a pain in the @$$ to make) were cut from a 3.75" Iron Monger figure with shin guards placed on the Kane boots. Lastly the head, upper armor, and waist sash were taken from a DC Universe Orange Lantern Lex Luthor. Hope you enjoy this and as always please leave feedback. Your comments motivate me to crank out more customs.
  2. Next up for my Masters of the Universe-Origins DC Superheroes line is a founding member, and staple of the Justice League the Martian Manhunter, J'onn J'onzz. I made this using the head, cape, chest straps/belt, and boot tops from the DC Universe figure.Then, I used the torso, arms, legs from a MOTU Origins Man at Arms. And finally the waist from a Masters of the WWE Universe Roddy Piper. The best part about this very simple custom or kit bash is that I didn't have to paint any green. The DC Universe head and Masters body matched perfectly. Just needed to color match the bright blue of the boots and sand off the arm bands. I hope you enjoy this, and leave feedback. More members of the League are on the way.
  3. I have alot of Superheroes planned. Just need the parts to make them. One if the two you mentioned I want to make very soon though.
  4. Amazing. Beautiful piece of work.
  5. Next up for my Masters of the Universe-Origins line of Superheroes, is the Scarlet Speedster, The Flash! I made this using a He-Man origins head and torso, WWE MOTU Roddy Piper arms, WWE MOTU Ricky Steamboat waist and legs, and WWE MOTU Randy Savage boots. The lightning effect was made from a pattern found on a Google search and then cut with my beautiful daughter's assist using her Cricket. The logo was also found on a Google search, I then cut it with an e xacto knife and applied. Finally the ear wings were taken from an old Flash figure, that I had in my parts bin. I hope you enjoy this and leave feedback. More League members are on the way.
  6. So, after I found a vintage Webstor for a decent price at a Toy Show yesterday, I got to work on an Origins custom that I've been wanting to make for a long time. (Just needed the vintage gear) Yes, I know the figure will be released in a few months, but I wanted mine to be a darker color scheme (He is supposed to be a stealth character after all) instead of the brighter colors used for the line. This figure is a repainted Origins Skeletor with a resin head cast of the 4 Horsemen Classics sculpt sold at Plastic Curves MOTU store. I hope you enjoy this, and my other Origins customs to come.
  7. Thank you. I've really enjoyed making them, and as soon as I have the parts, I have a few more monsters that I would like to make and add to it.
  8. Next up for my "Monsters of the Universe" line is the Prince of Darkness, Dracula! Had a lot of fun putting this one together. It uses a heavily modified Funko Mumm-Ra head, MOTU Origins Prince Adam torso and legs, Keldor boots, and MOTU WWE Ricky Steamboat arms, with hands from a WWE Undertaker Vampire figure. But, the finishing touch is the custom double sided cape from the, "Capemaster" Michael Marquez. Great work as always.
  9. Here's my custom MOTU Origins Lord Gr'asp. I made this with a resin cast of the MOTU Classics head, that I bought at Plastic Curves MOTU, hand is from the vintage Clawful, MOTU Origins Prince Adam body, with a Ricky Steamboat left arm, and finally the fabric cape was bought from the Capemaster Michael Marquez. Hope you enjoy this and leave feedback, if you do. More MOTU Origins customs to come.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
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