Doctor Fate was my first foray into comic book superheroes as a child, and my first experience using Aves Sculpt as a customizer.
-Working using a Batman Armory Mask superglued atop a dremmeled down JLA Superman head, I sculpted the basic shape, then using Alex Ross' rendition of the mask, combined with the newer, more ornate/swirly version of the Helm of Fate, I used a dremmel to round out the detail and symmetry.
-Sculpted gloves and chest with Aves Sculpt.
-Dremmeled down/resculpted hips and shoulder joints to avoid paint rub
-Cape comes from a ML Vision with a disc made from Aves Sculpt
-Painted with Citadel grey-blue primer (that desaturated blue color Dr. Fate is drawn in now), then dry brushed.
-Painted the rest of the figure in Vallejo Gold paint, and sealed with Vallejo Matte Varnish.
The whole time I was making this figure, all I can remember is running about my house as a child with a yellow construction-paper Dr. Fate mask on with yellow rubber gloves. :) This was a really nice project to work on. I hope everyone whose a fan of the character here at Figure Realm enjoys it as much as I did creating this figure. :)
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