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Tweety Monster Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:24850  
Name:Tweety Monster
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Independent Comics
Creator:claytonemery  
Date Added:October 12, 2010
Base Figure:Tweety from Looney Tunes: Back in Action
Height:6.00 inches
Tweety Bird after ingesting the Doctor Jeckyl / Mister Hyde potion from the cartoon Hyde and Go Tweet. See it on YouTube. Heavy mod of an action figure from Looney Tunes: Back in Action, an amazingly unfunny movie. The figure did not match the prototype. They ended up with a weird rubbery coating so Tweety could open his mouth wide and half-swallow Daffy. So I froze the joints, filled in big gaps, built a throat and tongue, added florist wire whiskers, then coated the body with layers of Bondo from an auto parts store. ($4 a tube, easy to apply and sand, holds paint well - and thanks to whoever suggested it.) I cut the flat feet rounded to match the cartoon and tipped him forward to be more menacing, so glued him to an acrylic panel cut from a CD case. 6 inches tall, a whole lotta yellow.


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AngryRob - Tuesday, October 12, 2010
I am amazed that you have gotten such great results with bondo. Between it's initial sloppiness and it's fast cure time you must work quick.
claytonemery - Friday, September 9, 2011
I could only use Bondo here because I wanted a shaggy effect of feathers. To work it, I squeezed out a glob half the size of a golf ball, stirred in the "water", left it set for a minute, then daubed it on fast in thin layers. At that, it cracked often, so many many layers. Not recommended for smooth models.
Emmett - Tuesday, October 12, 2010
LOL! Great figure!!!
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