I call this thing VENOM: THE UNGODLY AWAKENING. I was envisioning a venom coming from the birthing sludge and alien sybmiote pools that was madder than hell and ready to reign terror upon any who stood in its way.
I really didn't know how to describe this monstrosity, but here goes nothing...
I started with my extra Venom the Madness I scored at a toy show back in September. I first broke off the arms and legs and made a rudimentary mold of the heads part(11 heads) and casted 6 of those. I took a wooden base and laid out four of the casts around the base and one cast I broke the heads apart and used them in various places. I also used some plaster rock and hot glue to add some texture. I drilled a few holes in the base and attached some twisty wire with hot glue for symbiote tendrils. Putting Venom together I attached one of the casts of heads onto the top back of the main body. I used apoxie sculpt over wire frame for that. I also attached the arms from the main body to this casted part.
I then attached an extended set of ML FO HULK arms I had laying around. I used dow rods and wire frame with sculpt to build those up and hold it together. The legs were from a DCUC CNC Trigon figure sculpted over and attached to the base with sculpt and plumbers putty, along with extending the torso and wire framing and sculp to build it up. Sculpt-It is also good for putty filler when you don't want to waste your good stuff.
This thing weighs about 3 or 4 pounds and has more paint on it than a New York subway train(holla REDMIST!) This is first and foremost a statue, with still quite a bit of poseability. The main head moves from side to side and both main body arms move up and down and side to side. All the tendrils can be moved around.
I posted one picture to give you an idea of the amount of heads on this thing. It looks like a pool of bloodthirsty symbiotes. The other picture with the Toybiz classic 6" Spider-Man to show the scale size of this gargantua of gore! Hope you all like it! Oh, to see more pics, friend me on FB and check out the gallery!
THE FIRST PERSON TO GUESS HOW MANY SYMBIOTE HEADS ARE ON THIS STATUE GETS A "NO-PRIZE"!