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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.
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.
It's been years since I've done any customs but I love how this one came out. Eager to do more. I've seen a number of custom Snake Men... but what about a Snake Woman? Introducing the deadly Lady Fang. She has a cool 'ice' blue skin with a metallic sheen, white chest and inner thighs, and metallic plum speckles along her spine, shoulders, and top of head. Her nails are all painted in the same metallic plum. There is also a thin gloss gold paint added over her red eyes. The figure's buck body is none other than Battleground Teela. with a Snake Head. The armor came from Assassin's Creed Altair and Ezio, the sword and daggers... I don't know actually. Some spare accessories I've had lying around for too long. I think the sword belongs to Captain Britain. Her neck collar is actually one of Ezio's boot cuffs which fit surprisingly well as a collar. Her feet are clay, which took me several attempts to get right. Amateur sculptor. Ha ha. Her daggers are removable, sorry, limited to five pictures so I didn't get to show that. If you want to view a few more images of the figure, check here. http://sta.sh/21bqq3ccpn5e?edit=1Thanks for looking, and good luck to everyone! I'm eager to do more, this being a first since I was a kid, well, I'll admit, I unfortunately didn't use quality tools. Didn't want to invest the money if I couldn't deliver. Ha ha ha. Any advice and suggestions is greatly welcomed.