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Sabretooth Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:18328  
Name:Sabretooth
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:whitey's workshop  
Date Added:November 23, 2009
Base Figure:Venom
Height:7.50 inches
I've seen this recipe quite a lot and always been impressed on how other peoples Sabretooths have come out,so yep jus had to try my own. Sabretooth AOA head,Venom bod,sculpted a new neck n ball peg for the head to attach to,chopped off the top of his head and added hair from LCBH Pitt boy n sculpted albow spikes. His mane as you've alreadty guessed is off the Spidey Kraven figures jacket. Cheers for lookin


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User Comments
Cosmic Fantasy Customs - Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Love the use of the head and the sculpt sets it over the top. A+.
tommyx - Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Excellent use of the AOA head. And the paint job is amazing!
Maelstrom - Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Sabretooth rocks! And so does this custom! Great work!
Unknown User - Monday, November 23, 2009
WOW! Thanks top-notch! I would have never realized that?!!! That was cool!
By the by... this is still a really cool custom (felt like I had to post something about the custom because it is it's thread).
Top-notch comix - Monday, November 23, 2009
This is pulpy fictions 100th post... congrats!
Unknown User - Monday, November 23, 2009
AW YEAH!
I like the use of the A.O.A. head, and to use timmy's hair, genius! Looks great, paints are great, sculpt is good too.
I've got a sabretooth with a venom on the go, but with the select head. You made the A.O.A. one look quite badass!
great stuff.
The only thing I say about your stuff is that your photos tend to be pretty dark, you might want to use some more indirect light, and if your not already use the macro section of your photo functions. I like your stuff and would just like to see it showcased at the level it deserves to be. I don't know if your using photoshop or some imaging program, but if you have photoshop mess around with the image setting with a contrast or levels sweep. With a little tweaking you can really bring out the best in your photos. There are some great tutorials on the web, even if you are using other image editing software, there should be the same or similar settings, and there should be tutorials for them online as well.
Heck there are some really good tutorials here on getting the best from your photos. I think a lot of people here would recommend them as well.
Keep up the great stuff, and we'll keep up anxiously checking them out!
Top-notch comix - Monday, November 23, 2009
freakin incredible!
massprime - Monday, November 23, 2009
I've seen this recipe so many times over that I almost skipped it. But this caught my eye and I have to say I'm glad it did. Your's is by far the best looking use of this recipe I've seen. I wish I had your painting skills.
Unknown User - Monday, November 23, 2009
A very, very beautiful work ! I love it. Your head and your paint job are terrific. Your Sabertooth remember me the one drawn by Mark Teixeira.
flawpunk - Monday, November 23, 2009
very well done. I think the mane looks better than what I've seen scuplted!
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