Rage grows from murder, hope from prayer. Even to Michael Myers, compassion is offered to us all. Once a Red Lantern, Myers conversion to the Indigo tribe now allows him to channel other emotions without being affected by them.
DCUC Black Hand (torso/pelvis/legs + modified hands)
MEZCO Heroes figure (coat)
DCUC Starman (shoulders + 1/2 bicep)
MEZCO The Spirit (1/2 bicep + a shortened lower arm + hand joint)
MEZCO H2 Michael Myers (modified mask, hair, knife)
DCD Indigo Lantern figure (lantern staff, stand)
Testor Decal paper (white background)
Vallejo & Tamiya Acrylics, Citadel Washes/Inks
I found that the head from the Mezco Myers was a bit out of scale with the DCUC body once all the parts arrived. To fix this, I removed the hair, and took out the googalie-eye inset inside the head. After dremeling out the head, I warped it a little (cutting away from the mask's back), I made it fit in scale with the base figure's size. I cut down the eye insert, painted it, and installed it along with the hair on top of a cut down DCUC fodder head to maintain articulation.
The rest was alot of splicing with finishing nails and superglue as rebar. I spliced the biceps together, and the DCUC hands (hollowed out to hold accessories) spliced on to the NECA Spirit hand joints. After the figure was resculpted and repainted, I joined all the parts together and painted it with Vallejo and Tamiya acrylics. I then added the decal. After it set for a day, I added a layer of grime and blood with the Citadel washes and some drybrushing.
He's been sealed with Krazy glue on his joints/rub areas, and Vallejo Matte varnish.
This is the last of the HORROR LANTERN series I've made - at least for now. :)
Be sure to check out the comments thread for some additional photos.
Hope you like him. :)