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Trevor Belmont_Castlevania: Judgement Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:13940  
Name:Trevor Belmont_Castlevania: Judgement
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Castlevania
Creator:sooperkreep  
Date Added:April 11, 2009
Base Figure:HML Doc Samson
Height:7.00 inches
The man who defeated Dracula for the first time.
Trevor Belmont as he appears in Castlevania Judgment for the Wii.

Recipe: HML Doc Samson, Aves Apoxy Sculpt.


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wesr - Wednesday, May 6, 2009
I'd love to see more from this game series. I just picked up the NES, SNES, gameboy, and GBA games.
sooperkreep - Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Thanks again!
I can recommend most any Castlevania game as a source of inspiration (design-wise) for any aspiring artists. Particularly those of us who sculpt / customize.
This series is famous for it's artistry. Even if you don't care for these types of action/adventure games your bound to see SOMETHING you like.
americansonscustoms - Sunday, May 3, 2009
never played any of the games past nes, but you make me want to pick up a system just to see this guy. great job.
sooperkreep - Monday, April 20, 2009
The whip I just had in a random accessory fodder bin.
I believe it's from one of the larger Indiana Jones figures.
Thanks again for commenting!
RandomCreations - Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Nice. What did you use for the whip?
wesr - Tuesday, April 14, 2009
I think I have a ps3 coming from my gf so with some luck I'll be able to find them.
wesr - Tuesday, April 14, 2009
I never really got into the Castlevania games sadly and now the PS1 ones are too expensive to get. I always thought Simon was the first belmont to defeat Dracula. Very awesome custom. I wish I could sculpt half this well.
sooperkreep - Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Thank you very much.
I wasn't immediately sold on the redesigns either but when I thought about them from a marketing perspective I thought
"wow, these would make great action figures."
Since Trevor has been well received so far I'm moving on with the Grant, Sypha, Carmilla, and Golem customs.
Golem and Grant may take a bit longer than the ladies will but I think the amount of work will be well worth it.
Thanks again!
Patraw - Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Supremely awesome! I'm not the biggest fan of the character re-designs in Judgement, but you did a stellar job of nailing the look!
sooperkreep - Monday, April 13, 2009
Yeah, he's a bad arse. If you know his story you'll appreciate the figure a little more.^^
From the series of games from Konami: Castlevania.
In Castlevani III:
Trevor teamed up with the Priestess Sypha Belnades , the undead Pirate Grant Danasty, and the very popular son
of Dracula, Alucard. Together they set out to end the Count's reign of terror.
He was the first of the legendary Belmont family to actually defeat Dracula.
However, he was severely wounded in the battle and carries scars from that confrontation.
Since then, even after losing an eye, he still went after the creatures of the night and has had recurring roles in several other
Castlevania Games. Most recently being the Wii Fighting Game Castlevania: Judgment.
Redmist - Monday, April 13, 2009
This is 2 freakin' cool- u just made me look up this guy!
Renmauzo - Sunday, April 12, 2009
I'm glad you said "..the next few Castlevania customs", 'cause the detail and accuracy here are awesome, and I am stoked to see more Castlevania from you!!!
-Renmauzo
sooperkreep - Saturday, April 11, 2009
Thanks for the comments guys!
The painting took a lot longer than the sculpting did. That's always the case with me it seems.>_<
It was a lot of work but also a lot of fun. His paint hasn't been wearing at all and I've been playing around with it a lot.
Hopefully I can get that same effect on my next few Castlevania customs.
-SK
Death-X - Saturday, April 11, 2009
Incredible Awesome ....
all the detail .... this must have been a scary lot of work dude
KUDOS
Sabretooth - Saturday, April 11, 2009
gotta say it, that is awesome!
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