Well, Happy New Year everyone and I hope this year will bring good things to all. Incidentally, I have reached another milestone with this submission as this is the 200th figure I have submitted to Figure Realm to be viewed! Thank you all for the support and well wishes. I hope I can reach another 200! Now on the feature presentation...
Well, first off, I would've really liked the Red Hulk had they went with him as Glen Talbot, but using Gen. Ross just made no sense to me. The way they had the Red Hulk set up, Talbot would've been a perfect Red Hulk. He had died with a cybernetic hook up to his head while piloting the War Wagon when the Hulk struck a volcano in Japan causing lava to cover the ship, frying Talbot's brain(could've got the "madder he gets, the hotter he gets" from that) and his red skin coloring. The War Wagon was a golden metal, could've used that as the result of Red Hulk having yellow blood...ah, anyways enough on that... some goof(Impossible man or Jeph Loeb?) thought it would be funny to join the two Hulk's. I don't know where they stole that idea from....hmmmmm? Well, this was a commissioned figure and the customer wanted it.
Recipe: broke it all down and sanded the joints to prevent paint rub.
filled in the joint peg holes
resculpted the worthless ab crunch on this figure. If you have one, you know what I am talking about. it's just weird
I made a cast of the rotocast movie Hulk head and sculpted it up to look like the composite jade/crimson giant
I slapped on the usual HEROWORLD STUDIO™ and AREA 51 WORKSHOP™ ©2012 fastfreddiecustomfigures™ paint job starting with a complete wash down of the figure. Then primered it usind dupli-color grey. Base-coated it with Createx auto-air and then hand detailed it and added some airbrushed shading. I use all the paint in my arsenal to achieve whatever I need. For brush painting I like Game color/Vallejo, Formula P3 and drybrushing I use it all...Folkart, Delta Ceramcoat, Palmer Prism. It's all good just seal it with some MOD PODGE brush on or spray! The spray is a little more shiny than the brush on. I like them both...just as good as Testors Dulcote! TALK ABOUT IT and GLORY TO GOD!!!