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Red Hood Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:10464  
Name:Red Hood
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:Esbat  
Date Added:October 14, 2008
Base Figure:Bullseye
Height:6.00 inches
Esbat's Marvel Legends Style Red Hood

Step One: Dismember Mojo Series Longshot, Galactus Series Bullseye, and Decapitate DC Direct Lighting Lad
Step Two: Discard Longshot and Lighting Lad
Step Three: Ignore custom for 3 months
Step Four: Dremel the facial features off of Bullseye head, paint base coat of custom purple mix, and then proceed to paint it red.
Step Five: Drop head repeatedly
Step Six: Dismember McFarlane Onimusha 2 Jubei Yagyu Figure, paint armor coat purple.
Step Seven: Abandon armor coat and Jubei figure
Step Eight: Trade on The Fwoosh for pair of guns and sleeveless jacket-coat
Step Nine: Use Elmer's Ultimate Glue to secure a decapitated screw into neck post of Bullseye body
Step Ten: Dremel a hole in underside of Bullseye head for screw threads to grip
Step Eleven: pretty girl about lack of ball joint head articulation
Step Twelve: Consider custom done
Step Thirteen: Return 3 months later to complete custom
Step Fourteen: Wake up from fever dream, swear loudly upon sight of unfinished figure
Step Fifteen: Paint boots noir black, patch holes in left leg and around base of neck with Creative Paperclay, use black sharpie to paint paperclay black.
Step Sixteen: Paint gloves brown
Step Seventeen: Paint upper body up to shoulder joints white
Step Eighteen: Laugh at Dr Nightmare for suggesting Ball Bearing and Rare Earth Magnet Head fix
Step Nineteen: Remove screw neck post and replace with ball bearing and glue magnet into base of figure's skull
Step Twenty: Ignore Doc's gloating
Step Twenty One: Paint ball bearing black, coat painted sections in matte and gloss clear coats
Step Twenty Two: Place jacket on too early and smudge paint job on upper body and neck
Step Twenty Three: Add pistols, pose, swear at smudge paint discovery
Step Twenty Four: Say F*** It and take photos
Step Twenty Five: Upload only one photo and type out 25 step recipe guide


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User Comments
Esbat - Wednesday, October 15, 2008
I try to bring humor to all I do!
This being my 2nd custom I've completed I'm pretty happy with it.
And more pictures to come.
And doc I will dilute my paints for the touch ups.
Thanks for the feedback guys! Now go post more customs I like checking them out when I approve them.
Niallskie - Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Step 26: Drink your milk... LOL!!! That was some good 25 steps you got here, love the humor in it. Custom looks good so be proud, would be nice if you can add step 27: post some more pictures, ahahaha!!!
Bamf67 - Tuesday, October 14, 2008
25 steps, that's it ? I could probably have 50 steps on my next custom, and half of them would be me cussing at the figure because of constant paint rub.
Seriously though, I think it looks pretty good.
Dr Nightmare - Tuesday, October 14, 2008
It needs shading!
Lol...
That parts look pretty good, you just need to get neater at painting, thin your paints!
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