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Marvel Legends 1st Appearance VENOM Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:3246  
Name:Marvel Legends 1st Appearance VENOM
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:TPCustomStudio  
Date Added:July 13, 2007
Base Figure:ML Bishop Base, Venom head - Sculpted from Scratch, Eddie Brock Head- Sin City Series 2 Marv
Height:6.50 inches
This is the only I always loved. I took a ML Bishop and demeled the crud out of him, removing all buttons, clothes and such. Removed the head and resculpted a venom head. Added Fixit sculpt to the body to smooth and sculpt missing muscles that were lost in modifying and added the pointy fingertips.
Then I removed the Marv head and demeled a hole in the bottom big enough to place on and off of the venom body. Also added Fixit sculpt to the Marv head to simulate the tranformation process. The webbing is made from three strands of 20 gauge craft wire. First two strands were tightly wrapped around each other while the third is less tight. ( Thanks Jin!) I think this looks more like the Mcfarlane venom than any I have seen produced. But that's just me.


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The Watcher - Thursday, May 17, 2012
That is AWESOME! Very Cool..
eldraxo - Friday, June 26, 2009
The BEST! This is the Venom I have running around in my head too.
undertaker45 - Monday, April 14, 2008
you should make a venom 2099 I bet you would make it look cool..... think about it:-k
TPCustomStudio - Monday, July 16, 2007
Well, basically he was first primed ( grey sandable auto primer is the best). Then I brushed two coats of Citadel Chaos Black. Then I airbrush some Games Color Sky blue for highlights. I then added a dry brush of Chaos black to tone down the blue and then finished with another drybrush of the sky blue for the brightest highlights. I love combining both brush and airbrush. When a figure is completely airbrushed, it looks mass produced. I prefer my figures to have a fine arts look. The white was three coats of Citadel Skull White and painted VERY carefully. LOL.
Genesis13 - Monday, July 16, 2007
This custom is un-freakin believable; I love McFarlane's Venom, and can't stand later interpretations with a huge slobbering tongue. Just wondering how you did the paint apps with this one?
TPCustomStudio - Saturday, July 14, 2007
Hey I put him up on a website ( as always) if anyone is interested.
drop_of_caramel - Saturday, July 14, 2007
Awesome custom! The paint job on it is awesome especially where the teeth is and the sculpting on it is great. Great job!
LWes - Saturday, July 14, 2007
I have to agree with everyone. This custom is awesome. Love the use of the Marv head, it works very well as Eddie Brock the way he's been depicted by some artists. The Venom head is also awesome sculpt. Paint on eyes and chest, also superb.
Very impressive work, only thing missing is Eddie's MULLET!!
cowboyink - Friday, July 13, 2007
bulky feet make for easier standing.........looks awsome
Unknown User - Friday, July 13, 2007
Better than any Toybiz or hasbro attempt!
Unknown User - Friday, July 13, 2007
Loving it
Awesome toothy grin
~_@
Dedi
hawkeye - Friday, July 13, 2007
Looks awesome man. I would keep the boots as is.
trigun22 - Friday, July 13, 2007
wow you truly are amazing this is so awesome wish I had one!
Nuffsaid - Friday, July 13, 2007
awesome work bro
he looks like he was ripped right out of the comics
TPCustomStudio - Friday, July 13, 2007
yeah the pointy feet was on my mind but sometimes it varies in the art from flat to pointy. Plus I think the bulky feet fit the Mcfarlane style when he does buff characters. I may change them, what do you all think?
Just painted yellow lanes on the base to simulate a roadway.
Greg8624 - Friday, July 13, 2007
WOW really nice and a excellent show of skill my friend.
I kinda wish the feet were more ......pointy. They look like boots still. ahemquickdremelahem.
BUT WOW, your skill is just up there.
the marv head is just perfect.
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