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Ultimate Peter Parker Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:26369  
Name:Ultimate Peter Parker
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Ultimate Marvel
Creator:jadomiddlecustoms  
Date Added:December 26, 2010
Base Figure:NECA Alex Mercer/Fodder Parts
Height:6.50 inches
Just some clay over the alex mercer figure. The hardest part was the completely sculpted arm. Thanks for looking! Please comment!


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jadomiddlecustoms - Monday, January 3, 2011
Thanks so much, will be posting the 'updated version' of this soon. I'm using a buff 'wesley' legs and giving him a paintjob. couldnt have done it without all the people who commented. thanks to blaynescott.
blaynescott - Saturday, January 1, 2011
Pretty much anything would work better. The problem is the proportions more than anything. His hips/pelvis area should be ending where the top of the leg-sockets *start*. The easiest thing would be to use a dremel (and I don't know anyone could customize without one), and dremmel into the torso, and set a different pelvis higher. Any pants-legs would do - ML (Tom Jane Movie) Punisher, DC Universe Classics Starman variant, BTVS Diamond Deluxe Spike or Angel figures... there's lots of options.
If you want to retain articulation without resorting to Aves sculpt to create a new socket for the hip rotation, dremmel around where the new legs socket is, so you're left with legs with a piece of plastic on top that still holds it firmly. It will look strange (mainly because there's nothing that plastic is attached to. Then, using super glue and pressure (while turning the new pelvis/legs to avoid it sticking), you press it into the new space you've dremmed in your Peter's torso.
Check out tutorials online for splicing parts, or just experiment.
dreamcatcher - Saturday, January 1, 2011
He looks like Peter Parker from Aeon flux, very original, just take more time in the painting job, and this will be awesome.
jadomiddlecustoms - Wednesday, December 29, 2010
if you know any good legs to replace these ones with could you please post it. it would really help me out. thanks!
jadomiddlecustoms - Tuesday, December 28, 2010
hi, I'm sorry about this figure, the only stuff I had at the time was milliput but now I've goy tones of epoxie so not to worry. as for the hand I'm not entirely sure. it must have fallen off while I was taking pictures. silly me. thanks for looking!
Unknown User - Monday, December 27, 2010
nice, I like the face and hair, sculpt kinda poofy, try to press on every part of the thing and remove excess. the waits, thighs, and pelvis is a bit long. excellent otherwise. paint could use some work and photos.
blaynescott - Sunday, December 26, 2010
Sharks.
Galactape- Middle Earth customs - Sunday, December 26, 2010
where did his other hand go?
blaynescott - Sunday, December 26, 2010
People I'm sure appreciate your concepts (good call on using the NECA Mercer head as an Ultimate Peter Parker), your sculpting compound is pretty atrocious.
Get this stuff instead, and a sanding sponge from your local hardware store. Your work will improve drastically, and you'll have more fun working with this material on your customs:
Also, for reference:
Even veteran customizers need to watch out for crazy torso lengths, or monkey-length arms when splicing parts. This image is a helpful guide to avoiding that.
Peter, by human standards is horribly distended. Also, he's kind of... missing a hand. Might... want to fix that.
Best of luck,
-Blayne
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