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Arkham Asylum Harley Quinn Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:19502  
Name:Arkham Asylum Harley Quinn
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:DC Direct
Creator:fitzjedi  
Date Added:January 24, 2010
Base Figure:DC D Irect 50's Lois Lane Superwoman
Height:5.50 inches
Hey again,

To go along with my Arkham Batman from a few weeks back, I started the Harley. I love the way she looks in the game--very cool. I searched for a base figure and my pal in Chicago had sent me the 50's lois, in her green supersuit. Not an easy custom to see in THAT figure, but I was feeling adventurous.

First, I cut off the hair with an X-ACTO. Next, I trimmed off the skirt, which I discovered actually served as a large part of her torso that I would have to replace. I took Aves and sculpted in her torso, increased her chest size, and then made the shirt, corset vest, and her lower tummy. I sculpted her upper shirt sleeves and the shirt collar, as well as her new hair, pigtails, and the nurses cap. I added the lines of her belly and the belly button, and took a bit of Aves and gave her more of a butt.

Next I sculpted her boots and added height by adding a thick sole and raised the tops to her mid thigh. I used white cloth for her skirts, folding and glueing for a somewhat pleated effect, and splattering some dirty red for bloodstains. Her belt and throat collar is cut from Bizzaro's cape and painted. The enitre figure is painted with Tamiya colors.

I think she looks bad-a$$--please let me know what YOU think. Thanks.

Fitz


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dcauguy - Sunday, May 27, 2012
plz make a arkham city harley
wesr - Monday, January 25, 2010
I would so buy one of these if they made them.
massprime - Sunday, January 24, 2010
I had to come back and look at this twice. You are an artist.
fitzjedi - Sunday, January 24, 2010
THANKS FOR THE COMMENTS! On the leg joints--the original figure has leg joints at the hip not unlike the newer DCUC mass market figures; they can be moved out to the sides at the hip. The original figure's skirt hid the lack of fully sculpted upper legs at the hip and a lower torso. It also hid and restricted that joint. Don't know why they put that joint and then made it useless with the skirt--but I was able to get it be somewhat useful. Glad you like it. - Fitz -
foxfan - Sunday, January 24, 2010
that's awesome. I can't believe you got that original figure to look like harley quinn! fantastic
Goldenwolf - Sunday, January 24, 2010
AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
GOLIATH_CUSTOMS - Sunday, January 24, 2010
NICE DESIGN!! IN FACT FITZ MY FRIEND I USED THE SAME FIGURE TO MAKE MY AOA JUBILEE, SO I KNOW THE BATTLE OF RESCULPTING HER TORSO. CHECK MINE OUT AGAIN TO GET A PEAK AT THE NO SKIRT LOOK. BUT YOU DID AN AWESOME JOB HERE. OUTSTANDING DIFFERENCE FROM THE ORIGINAL FIGURE. GREAT TO SEE YOUR WORK UP AGAIN!
blaynescott - Sunday, January 24, 2010
The finished figure looks like it has ball-joint leg articulation (or at least the DCUC T-joints), since her legs are in a wider stance. Did you add to to the base figure, as I don't remember the DCD Lois having that - most of those figures have 1977-Starwars style leg articuation - or am I way off? Just curious.
Awesome work, BTW!
Top-notch comix - Sunday, January 24, 2010
Awesome job! I really like it!
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