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Superman: the Movie | Christopher Reeve 6.0 Movie Masters Classics Custom Action Figure Custom Action Figure

Custom #:34357  
Name:Superman: the Movie | Christopher Reeve 6.0 Movie Masters Classics Custom Action Figure
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Movie Masters
Date Added:November 17, 2011
Base Figure:DCUC Superman
Height:6.50 inches
Alright guys, for those of you who have been following my video tutorials… Here he is!!! Version VI of my Movie Masters Superman the Movie Christopher Reeve figure. I recently did a 6 part video tutorial on the "Tube" detailing the process of creating this figure. I'm already working on version 7!! I am working very closely from reference on this piece so I am trying to nail all those little details that make Christopher Reeve's Superman… SUPER!!!

So far the work on this figure includes:
• Sculpted torso to reduce the musculature and
• Sculpted boots and upper legs
• Cast head featuring a sculpted hairdo minus spitcurl
• Sculpted cape top with fabric cape then attached underneath to give total control of presentation
• Cut vinyl decal emblem
• Fabric Cape with decal for yellow "S"
• Primed and painted throughout.

Definitely check out my video tutorial series and let me know what you think!!!

User Comments
ringomendoza - Thursday, September 13, 2012
Your work was really inspirational to me when I did my latest chris Reeve superman. I was wondering if it would be possible to buy some casted heads from you, cause I definitely wanna make more versions, to try harder and improve it, and a Clark Kent too, of course.
I´ll give you my e-mail just in case we can work something out.

You can also find me on FB under the name "Isma Ringomendoza Bernardo"

Thanks for the inspiration!
GeekSummit - Thursday, September 13, 2012
I've actually got one up on the big "E" right now. Just a superman. Hadn't cranked out any Clark's just yet. Too much trouble casting glasses.
ringomendoza - Friday, September 14, 2012
Couldn´t find the head on the "E" website, perhaps because I am located in Spain. I´d appreciate if you E-mailed me, to talk about those heads. Just want supes heads, I can make my own Clark.

matthancock - Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Hey Bud - my email is at matthewperryhancock "at" hotmail. "dot" com. Could we chat about me getting some head casts? I'm terrible at that process, and would really like to chat more with you. Thanks!
GeekSummit - Tuesday, November 22, 2011
You'll be hearing from me shortly.
TheGr8One - Thursday, November 17, 2011
I don't think I bought anything from you but I know what's your seller name. I'll keep an lookout in the usual website.
TheGr8One - Thursday, November 17, 2011
First of all, this is awesome just like your previous versions. Second, do you keep updating on the same figure or you make another one? Just wondering because I would like to own one.
GeekSummit - Thursday, November 17, 2011
I make new ones every time. That why I'm such a fan of casting the heads. This one has a sculpted hairdo ands I plan to use it over and over. Every time I do one I see an opportunity to make improvements and innovations to my process. It's clear to see I'm having a great time with this.

Had you bought a figure from me before? It seems like I saw your name on my New 52 figure a couple weeks ago.
fitzjedi - Thursday, November 17, 2011
You have some of my favorites on this realm, my friend. This is AMAZING! -Fitz
hussapocalypse - Thursday, November 17, 2011
Excellent work! I really like what you did with softening the musculature to give him a more realistic look. Christopher Reeve probably would have been sincerely moved at the sheer amount of tributes and work that people have put into making customs of him. Still campaigning for one of you super fans to make a George Reeves custom! Also how weird is it that two of the guys who played Superman have such similar sounding last names?
GeekSummit - Thursday, November 17, 2011
I'm a huge fan of the 70s movies. As a kid of the 80s I couldn't get the theme song out of my head if I tried. Definitely check out my George Reeves figures though. (just click on "revisionist Toymaker" up top and you'll find it quickly. I'm kinda working on a history of superman theme but I couldn't help but get stuck on my favorite of all.
hussapocalypse - Thursday, November 17, 2011
Went and checked out that George Reeves custom, it's awesome and thanks for making that bro, I will sleep more soundly at night now knowing that exists lol! Also was really digging the Max Fleischer Superman, as I am a total mark for the animation of the old school cartoons. Beauteous!
Ole Jade Jaw - Thursday, November 17, 2011
So awesome! I just watched the video series, nice job on those. All around great work!
ringomendoza - Thursday, November 17, 2011
can´t get enough chris reeve´s Supes customs! I just made one, but lookin forward to domore..Love your work!!
Monkeyman411 - Thursday, November 17, 2011
you just keep getting better and better...well done
lordseshomaru86 - Thursday, November 17, 2011
so smooth. I'd love to see all of your versions lined up together at some point, watch the evolution of an icon!
GeekSummit - Thursday, November 17, 2011
Well then definitely check out YouTube for my tutorial Intro I have my entire available line-up from when I first started doing these back in '06.
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