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Kelek,the Evil Sorcerer(AD&D) Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:30778  
Name:Kelek,the Evil Sorcerer(AD&D)
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Mego
Creator:Yokai-John  
Date Added:July 5, 2011
Base Figure:CTVT male body
Height:8.00 inches
Here's My 1/9th scale version of Kelek The Evil Wizard from LJN's AD&D Toy series.I sculpted over an Emce Doctor McCoy head wih clay(for his beard I used a white pompom).For his body I used a CTVT male body,I switched the hands for some CTVT light flesh werewolf hands.I sculpted his Magic dragon wand from clay(I painted glow in the dark green).And for his magic Dragon Staff I used a wooden chopstick and a plastic bat ring(I cut the ring part off),I sculpted over the chopstick and the bat with clay(I painted glow in the dark green).I altered his robe from a Jedi type robe I got from a customizer friend(I cut the red collar from some red vinyl material).For his boots I sculpted(with clay) over some Emce Alien boots.I painted all sculpted parts with acrylics and sealed with Mod-podge.


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Yokai-John - Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Thanks Patraw,glade you like my Chaotic wizard.And thanks for the tip about the Asian style Realm of AD&D(you're right I would be interested in making some figures based on those characters for sure)I will have to check that out.
Patraw - Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Cool MEGOtastic take on the classic LJN figure.

By the way, since I know you like Japanese critters, there's an oriental region of the D&D universe (Forgotten Realms setting--I think) called Kara Tur that you might be interested in learning more about. It's populated by kappa, tengu, oni, and all that other good stuff, instead of Western monsters. It's mainly in the 2nd Edition AD&D rule set, I believe, there was one monster manual published focusing on it, in addition to rules/source books.
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