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  1. Continuing my series of superheroes using the MOTU Origins and Masters of the WWE Universe interchangeable parts, Here's my custom Batman. I based his colors design off of the 84 Super Powers figure. The head is from a 90s Knight Force (I believe) figure that I had in my parts bin and the cape and belt are from the DC Direct Reactivated release of a previous figure. I plan on contiuning with more Justice League members to follow.
  2. With the hassle of trying to find the Target exclusive Rise of Evil set and striking out, I decided to make my own. Keldor is made from a Skeletor figure with a head cast of the MOTUC figure from Plastic Curves. While Kronis is my own design that uses a He-Man body, with Trap Jaw boots, along with John Cena armor and add ons from my scrap bin, with the MOTUC head cast from Plastic Curves. I hope you enjoy them both and feel free to drop a line and let me know what you think.
  3. MOTU Origins Lodar. I made this Gladiator from the vintage series mini comic, "Slave City" using mostly MOTWWE Universe parts including the shoulder pads which belonged to the Braun Strowman figure, and a custom head cast of the Lodar MOTU Classics figure from Plastic Curves. Other bits like the spiked arm bands, come from Spawn figures that I had in my parts bin. I hope you enjoy it and please feel free to leave feedback.
  4. Here's my custom MOTU Origins Spawn. Spawn was made using a Master's of the WWE Universe Seth Rollins as a base figure. With various Spawn figures including the Mortal Kombat 11 gold series figure for costume add on's. The head is a resin cast of said figure. I hope you enjoy this, and feel free to leave feedback.
  5. Thanks. This was a lot of fun to make. And I really wish Mattel still held the license as well. I'm sure we would be seeing a MOTU DC Universe instead of the wrestling line. Though I've really enjoyed some of those as well.
  6. Here's my MOTU Origins Superman. It was made using a Skeletor Origins base, with feet from Beastman. And head, belt, and cape from DC Reactivated reissue of Superman. I, then sculpted the boots and chest logo. Hope you enjoy it, and feel free to leave feedback. Thanks.
  7. Here's a quick repaint of the recent Dollar Tree stores 2" G.I.Joe Classified Destro figure. Used a Molotow liquid chrome pen for the head and some reds and greys to help bring out the costume to complete his look. Hope you enjoy it, and leave feedback. Thanks for looking.
  8. Wow. Thanks. Glad you like this and the others I've presented. Motivation like that will definitely keep me going. I have alot more origins and retro style customs in the works, so keep an eye out for them.
  9. I created my MOTU Origins Mighty Thor using a WWE Universe base that was heavily reworked using apoxie sculpt and armor from an old 90s Toy Biz figure, boots were made with cut ribbon that was attached and painted, and lastly the head is from the 80th anniversary figure with an added cape from a custom seller.
  10. I wanted a more accurate version of Wolverine for his Secret Wars figure. Mattel's version always annoyed me on the original figure. So, just pretty much a repaint with apoxie sculpt added for the belt.
  11. Continuing with my "retro" line of figures inspired by the original 1984 Mattel Secret Wars line, comes Moon Knight. I dremeled out the cowl from a Dr.Doom and inserted a Spider-Man head inside. Then I added apoxie sculpt details to a Fresh Monkey fiction, Blank body, and finally added a cape from a custom seller after paint. Hope you enjoy it, and more to come.
  12. Yeah. Super Thug was one of the villains from the Dynomutt cartoon. I plan on making him at some point. So keep looking.
  13. I made the crime fighting duo Blue Falcon and Dynomutt using for "BF" a WWE Origins body with heavily modified and sculpt over a John Cena head. With apoxie sculpt detailing for the body costume, chest logo, belt, and gauntlets. As for Dynomutt it is a heavily sculpted "Scoob" figure from the latest movie with a bionic neck from an old, "Doc Ock" figure. Hope you enjoy.
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