HappyDayCustoms WIP Page Updated 01/21/2013
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HappyDayCustoms WIP Page Updated 01/21/2013

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Here is the start of my WIP page.

Here is my new Superboy Prime.
Body: DCUC Samurai
Head: GLC Sodam Yat
And some sculpy



Posted by HappyDayCustoms
on Monday, October 22, 2012
User Comments
Cosmic Fantasy Customs -
Friday, March 15, 2013
looks great.
HappyDayCustoms -
Monday, January 21, 2013
Working on updating my Iron Spider-man and the original figure had so much wrong with it. I added arms from black lantern Abin Sur and sculpted new eyes and sanded down the head. Also added some sculpting to the chest symbol. Just need to add some paint now.




Automatauntaun -
Saturday, November 10, 2012
welcome on bud! But, wips is for Works in progress. custom showcase is for completed submissions. you can find it under newest customs and then, submit custom I think?
Darththomas -
Friday, November 9, 2012
Please DO NOT post completed projects in the workstation, I'll let it slide for now but any more will be deleted. If you're unsure, please read the rules of the workstation in the top thread. Thanks.
HappyDayCustoms -
Friday, November 9, 2012
My Version 2 of the Eradicator. Gave him a new hair do with sculpy and created a visor out of some yellow plastic I had laying around.
Also gave him a new cape. It is a modified Marvel Legends Thor cape that I took some volume out of the middle and glued it back together.



crea-torX -
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Not bad Customs! You nailed the burnt "S" on his chest! SWEET!~~~~~ As for Steel...NICE! The parts fit great together great.
Cosmic Fantasy Customs -
Sunday, October 28, 2012
figs are looking sweet, keep up the fantastic work.
HappyDayCustoms -
Monday, October 22, 2012
DCUC Custom Steel John Henry Irons

This was made from a OL Lex for the top half and boots, combined with random arms and legs. Head is from Ultimate Iron Man cleaned out and GL John Stewart. I then covered it with hot glue to show the face like a shield.


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