The Enchiridion is the great Heroes Handbook from Adventure Time. I wanted to build a replica that wasn’t only cool too look at, but also functional. This is actually a hidden book box. You can open it up to put in your treasures. The cover stays closed using magnets. I used an old text book and a ton of sculpting and super glue. The only thing I didn’t sculpt was the skull. That was a Halloween decoration.
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Here is a recent commission piece that I did. They wanted a Smash Brothers sort of theme with scenes from both Legend of Zelda and Megaman. The Legend of Zelda scene was sculpted by me and the Megaman scene is a Gundam mechanic base. The figures are a Figma Link and a D-Arts Megaman. I also used various pieces from my parts bin.
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I have really been into Adventure time lately, and I wanted to give it a Pinky Street makeover. I used some standard parts for Finn, and I sculpted the hat. Jake is a Meaty figure from Wild Grinders that I repainted to look more like Jake. This was a pretty straightforward build, but I think came out very cool.
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This was a fun project that I had the idea for a while ago, but never got a chance to finish it. I found these awesome Alien mugs at Goodwill, and thought they would be great as cut open heads, so I found some fake brains on Ebay and this is what you get. Not a whole lot to it, and it was a lot of fun to do.
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Here is the next in my series of “Cheap” customs. I want to show that cool looking figures don’t need to have super expensive bases. I used a Valentines Day Darth Vader candy dispenser, and a McDonald’s Minion figure. This took me a bit of time to cut the Minion and Darth Vader up to make the fit together, but the end result came out really good.
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I recently did a few custom Pinky Street figures, and it got me inspired to make a few more. Here is the first, Chell from Portal. I love Portal, and I really wanted to make a tribute to the game and the creators of an awesome series.
I used a few Pinky Street figures and Apoxy Sculpt to make the main figure. The companion cube was actually made from a portal ice cube tray and resin. The turret and cake were things that I had lying around that I thought would fit the theme.
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Check out my latest commission, an Avengers business card holder. I used hero squad figures and a business card holder. The hardest part of this was I had to cut the arms off of the Hulk, and sculpted the arms to make it look like he was holding the holder. If you are interested in a custom business card holder, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org If you would like to see more pictures, please go to My Flickr Page.
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What time is??? It’s adventure time!!! I am a huge fan of adventure time, and I thought I would make a few customs based on the show. My first is this Jake Suit 2.0. I know in the cartoon, the original Jake suit is a beefy body suit, but I wanted to do something a little more futuristic. Jake can turn into a car, and bulldozer, so why not a mech suit.
I used a Playschool Lex Luthor Battle suit, and a McDonald’s Finn and Jake to put this together. I had to smooth out some of the details of the original Mech to make it fit more with the cartoon.
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I love classic Disney movies, and the Little Mermaid was one of my favorites. I know I usually do video games, but I decided to change it up a bit and do one of my favorite villains Ursula. I wanted to give her a more futuristic look, so I gave her bionic legs.
I have actually been looking for her legs for a long time, and finally something came up at my local thrift store. I don’t know what series the vehicle came from, but it worked beautifully with the torso. The torso was from a stuffed Ursula that I also found at the thrift store, and the arms are from my parts bin.
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I saw this on a T-shirt by Warbucks Design and I knew I had to turn it into a figure. I used a cheap R2D2 Valentines Day candy dispenser and a McDonald’s Happy Meal Minion toy. The build took about an hour and the paint job was about 5-6, so total build time was less than 10 hours. I love quick customs like this, and it proves that you don’t need expensive toy parts to make a cool looking custom.
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