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Birdy Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:2486  
Name:Birdy
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Misc
Creator:LotA  
Date Added:April 30, 2007
Base Figure:Spawn Mandarin
Height:8.00 inches
Took a Mandarin Spawn, sculpted the head(sculpey) and wing, and baked. During baking process, fugure deformed slightly. Otherwise it is just a repaint.

The scarf I crocheted with "natural" sock yarn and a #10 crochet hook, then pulled more yarn through each end and began fraying the ends.


Report, transcribed from tape log 142m54q, 34-5786
Case 685

Victim: “Birdy”

Conditions are normal, the time is 2:38 PM, June 12. T temperature is 35 degrees Ferinhite. The victim arrived earlier today, please see paper files on this case for specifics.
General appearance:
The victim is about 9 feet in length, estimated height while standing 7 feet 4 inches to 7 feet 7 ½ inches. The victim has a vast number of problems, and if I didn't know better I would say the victim isn't human. The victim has no teeth, and has gums which appear to merge with the lips. The hard palett and the jaw have both extended and flattened, and due to calcification of tissues in this area the mouth gives the impression of a ducklike bill. All of the victim's hair seems to have split, and from a distance resembles feathers, predominantly yellow with grey, white, and brown composing the remainder. The distribution of the “feathers” follows normal folicule pattern, where skin is present. The front of the victim, and the insides of the arms and thighs has had the skin removed, in what appears to be a process involving great heat, but the remainder of the body is not marred by similar or lesser burns, nor is the sole area of skin on the chest, an capitol letter 'M', in a rounded, sans-serif font, similar to the M used by the food chain McDonalds. The victim's remaining fingernails have hardened and the shape resembles the talons of a perching bird. The victim's legs and feet are severly deformed, but appear functional in their configuration.
The neck of the victim is broken at the second, third, and fifth vertibra, and the victim seems to have suffered from an intermediate form of scoliosis, causing a generalised tilt of the upper body to the left. The victim's hips appear to have large calcified growths which have pierced the skin on ither side of the abdominal wall towards the front of the victim. The victim's left arm has been severed at the elbow, and the victim's right hand and wrist seems to have fuzed into an elongated bone, connected to the rest of the arm by a hinge joint, similar in form and operation to an elbow. The victim's legs have also been severly malformed. X-rays show that the femur is shaped normally, but like the rest of the skeleton it is spongy, possibly indicating advanced osteoperosis or similar condition. The tibia has fuzed with the patella and broken the skin at the back of the leg, and the various connective tissues which normally stablize the knee area have lengthened and fuzed in various areas to cause a non-functional lower leg with only the fibula connected to what remains of the ankle and foot. Theese have fuzed in such a way that there is an ankle with only 1 degree of motion, a forward/backward hinge action. The bones and nails of the feet and toes have fuzed to cause the appearance fo 3 toes with no webbing and a heel which sits directly underneeth the fibula.
The Victim seems to have grafted the faces of 2 people to her, one in the middle of the back and the other on the left shin, just above the ankle. This appears to have been done more than 14 months ago, based on the scarring, and the skin did survive the grafting. We have sent samples to the genetics lab to try and match the original identities of the grafted faces. The Victim's musculature seems to have adapted to the current form as though grown this way, but this is inconsistant with other indicators which suggest traumatic incident and radikel plastic surgery as the reason for the non-human appearance. There appear also to be metal plates grafted to the skin and in some areas bone. The metals used have not been identified, but one area appears brassy/golden, other areas are silver.
All told this case is the most unusual and hard to describe I have ever run across. This person appears to have had some major medical problems before whatever occurred happened to them, and that occurance has exaserbated many health problems already being experienced, including 3 malign tumors found in various areas of the body. The only confusion I have is wondering where the mamary tissue is, as there was none, but skull shape, genetals, and genetic testing all say this person was female. Cause of Death: Loss of blood, compounded by massive trauma to all parts of the body.


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LotA - Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Bob-A-Ferret and I already discussed this, and I will be doing one for his future Tom Baker, but his asking me(in person, benefit of being roommates) made me think to let others know. Birdie's scarf was done with, depending who you ask, sock wool, crochet yarn, or crochet thread. I am working on a "Proof of concept" piece with serger trhead, to see if that will look better, but it si much finer and so harder to work with. I will ensure that once it is done the pic includes the scarf.
Thanks, also, for thinking of that as the figure is not intended for you and that's a detail many would just ignore, or cut from plastic/cloth rather than have created.
Have a great day, and I look forward to seeing the good doctor when it's finished.
Unknown User - Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Well I'm making Boba a Dr Who Tom Baker head in 6-7" scale
The fourth Doc needs his signature scarf crocheted and jusging by your handy work on Birdy's scarf (sorry for not mentioning it earlier) - Youre the man to do Dr Who's scarf
Bob-A-Ferret - Tuesday, May 15, 2007
I know it is being missed but the scarf looks good and the fact you hand made it is awesome.
And dedi your right I don't want to be that birds enemy either. Its kind of grotesque.
Moving down the food chain, this is how Birdie is portrayed. Birdie is a bright, perky, enthusiastic character that loves getting up early to start the day with breakfast at McDonald's.
Me. Breakfast, even at the best of times, is something that makes you want to throw up, but breakfast at McDonalds. Gag! Choke! Vomit! Now, look at her eyes! Birdie's obviously hooked on drugs. Maybe that's why she represents breakfast or any munchies really. At least Ronald is only telling your children to dress in a way that'll make the jocks and bullies beat them up. Birdie wants your kids to be drug addicts. And Mikes version has taken that to the next level. Someone needs to post a reference pic next to each of these chacters. just to show how freaky they really are and show that they are awfully similar to the originals.
DTM - Wednesday, May 9, 2007
very good sculpting. You got the hair shape on Birdies hair! All of the sculpt on the head is great. The yellow on the head looks like he has a bit of shade. For a first timer I am impressed at the shading. I never tried it before, YOU, yes you, inspired me to do shading
Unknown User - Wednesday, May 9, 2007
I hate to be the "puddy tat" that pisses off this tweety pie
Cool n creepy custom
PLease post more of youre work dude
~_@
Dedi
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