Raised from Crystal Lake by a Black Lantern Ring, his blinding rage overpower & transmuted the ring to Red. Now, chained to his mom-o-lantern, Jason Voorhees’ murderous rage is given direction and purpose. Includes 3 Interchangeable heads & Magnetic accessories!
NECA Jason Voorhees – Arms (modified at the elbow for greater movement), lower legs (spliced into DCUC Starmans), classic mask/head, unmasked head (both modified)
McFarlane Jason Goes to Hell – Mask/head (modified), Ax
DCD Atrocious – Stand, upper torso (spliced on to a DCUC figure’s ab-crunch)
DCUC Black Suit Superman - lower torso
DCUC Starman- Jacket, pelvis, upper legs
ML Frankenstien- wrists/hands
Unknown Machete accessory.
Pamela Voorhees head/power battery was made from:
Diamond Select Carnage – Gwen Stacey corpses’ head (resculpted)
Part of DCD Atrocious Red Lantern
ML Ghost Rider – chain, reduced length, and chain links into a cuff configuation
Twist Tie (piping), & Citadel Green Stuff
This is part of a series of horror-themed Lantern Corp. members. In this wave, we have RL Jason, GL Ash and coming soon, Sinestro Corp. Predator. Next, will be Orange Lantern Leatherface, and Indigo Lantern Mike Myers.
Where to start… I invented a new kind of magnetic articulation involving Canadian pennies for this custom. To circumvent space restriction in swappable heads, and the downside of high-powered magnet-on-magnet attraction turning heads into fancy cut joints – I turned to pennies. Some years of Canadian 1 cent coins have nickel in them. Since nickel is magnetic, I’d trim down these thin discs of magnetic metal (using tin snips) and mount them inside the swappable heads. I then loaded the neck with a stack of Rare Earth Magnets (x3), and superglued each in place. The neck can still articulate, but stays on firmly – even enough to pick up the figure by its head.
I embedded magnets in the palms of each hand, and sculpted over them. In the Machete, I put a single magnet. In the ax shaft, I dremmeled out a thin space, and put a magnetic-friendly thin piece of metal inside, and sculpted over. Sculpted a Red Ring on to Jason's right hand.
I achieved the Metallic Red ring construct look by using Tamiya Lacquer Metal Red Flake. However, the same effect can be achieved with Tamiya Gunmetal with their red clear coat on top.
The whole figure was painted with Tamiya and Vallejo acrylics, and each head was washed with Citadel Sepia wash, and Fleshtone + red inks during the painting process. Sadly, the Citadel Inks are discontinued, and mine are running low. They’re perfect for simulating blood, and have a great flow rate.
Sealed any rub-prone areas with Krazy glue (liquid type). The figure completely sealed with Citadel spray (minus the soft jacket!), then Vallejo Matte Varnish to give it a really nice finish.
Be sure to check out the extra pictures posted in the comments thread.
Hope this post isn’t information overload. A lot of work went into this guy, but it’s an excellent figure to handle/pose as a result. Hope you like him.