Post Your Custom Figures/Models

Started by Corporal Hicks, Dec 12, 2006, 11:25:15 AM

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Corporal Hicks

You sure love your LEDs.  :P

cygnus

cygnus

#31
Amazing, simply amazing :D

They look so realistic, keep up the awesome work ;)

PS: can we get some pictures of the diorama from a ways back? I'd like to see how big the whole set is if possible 8)

FACEBOX

FACEBOX

#32
Thanks.
I don't have it assembled now, but I'll post pictures as soon as I do.  ;)
It measures at 28"L x 19"W x 8"H

I'm working on one for my 12" figures now. (not done yet)


Weyland

Weyland

#33
Quote from: FACEBOX on Jan 25, 2007, 07:35:00 PM
I had it commissioned by a friend of mine called Spinksy.
Without Flash


With Flash


Was that hugger costum made or an actual toy acssesory?

SiL

SiL

#34
Custom made.

Weyland

Weyland

#35
Quote from: SiL on May 16, 2007, 04:16:09 AM
Custom made.



How. if you are trying to keep it a secret you do not have to tell me ;)

FACEBOX

FACEBOX

#36
The base figure is the Konami Facehugger.
All the rest is apoxi sculpt.  ;)
Then paint.

Here is a WIP picture:

Weyland

Weyland

#37
Quote from: FACEBOX on May 17, 2007, 03:06:49 AM
The base figure is the Konami Facehugger.
All the rest is apoxi sculpt.  ;)
Then paint.

Here is a WIP picture:


Cool. 8) Same with the leg webbing?

FACEBOX

FACEBOX

#38
Yup.  ;)

Weyland

Weyland

#39
Quote from: FACEBOX on May 17, 2007, 06:34:05 AM
Yup.  ;)

How did you keep it to stick? Is it just super glue or whatever? :-\

FACEBOX

FACEBOX

#40
It adheres its self.
No glue needed.

Goro

Goro

#41
Apoxi sculpt ehh?

What kind of paints?

Does the parts not covered in Apoxi sculpt have to be sanded?

Do you apply a wash coat before painting?

Details man!

NIce stuff!

Weyland

Weyland

#42
Quote from: Goro on May 17, 2007, 10:18:28 PM
Apoxi sculpt ehh?

What kind of paints?

Does the parts not covered in Apoxi sculpt have to be sanded?

Do you apply a wash coat before painting?

Details man!

NIce stuff!




is it flexable?

FACEBOX

FACEBOX

#43
As I said before in my previous posts... I didn't make it myself, I had it commissioned.
I can't sculpt for shi  !   :-\

The Apoxi isn't flexible at all. It'd crack if I tried to move it.
I'd advise casting it in silicone if you're looking for flexibility.

As for the paint. Use Acrylic paints. Enamel paint can "eat" the figure.

No sanding or wash coat was used, however, I do recommend washing it with soap water before you start.


ScarPredator16

FACEBOX, did you make that diorama or buy. If it's bought, where did you buy it?

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