When I purchased this Buzz Lightyear at the thrift store I had no idea how I would make it look cool with all of it's soft round shapes, I just knew it would be awesome if I kitbashed it. So I began by adding the pipes and cords to the back. Then I added large cylinder shapes to it and also the object on top of the helmet. I used Das air dry clay to merge the object on top with the helmet. Finally I primed, painted, weathered, added model decals and clear coated it.
The most challenging aspect again was trying to figure out how to make a toddler toy look post apocalyptic scale model/ action figure. I learned a lot on this one. In the end I did the same thing I do with my paintings and drawings - I just found my way through it, I began and one thing led to the next.
- I used electrical cords for the tubes on the back- Misc broke toy object for the cylindrical shapes and other shapes - Gouache, watercolor and acrylic for the paint and weathering- Fixative (final) for the clear coat to lock the paint in.
|Goro from Mortal Kombat - Vintage Style||Submission Order||Amahl Farouk Aka the Shadow King|
|Prince Vultan||Misc Series||Maleficent|
|Kitbashed Adventure Buggy||Created by Dawood Sekhem||Rusted Voltron|