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Witchblade Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:38155  
Name:Witchblade
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Witchblade
Creator:Controlspire  
Date Added:April 6, 2012
Base Figure:Witchblade
Height:6.00 inches
Articulation:22 points
I took a Moore's Action Collectibles Witchblade body (Top Cow figure from the 1990s), cut it apart and hollowed it out with a dremel tool fitting the upper torso and the lower torso together with a revolution tech ball joint so her upper torso can move not only in a swivel but also back and forth. The lower pelvis area was taken from a Legendary Heroes Witch blade, as well as the arms and legs. The hair came from a Graduation Day Faith action figure from the BtVS Toy line. The sword is a modified Medieval Witchblade, the handle from a McFarlane Valkyrie war-axe. Her satellite phone came from a 1990's W.I.L.D. Cats Grifter action figure. Her gun came from a NECO Tombraider Lara Croft Action figure, the badge was made from an old checkbook cover and some circuit board parts. Her armor was sculpted with green stuff, or glued on from armor parts I cut apart from the Red Dress Witchblade figure also from the Moore's Action Collectibles Top Cow 1990's line (her head is from that figure too). I gave her ears too, it bothered me that she didn't have any. They were shaved off the head of a Marvel Legends Emma Frost in the parts bin (who hasn't replaced that figure's ugly mug?). The paints are a mix of Citadel (Gun Metal), FolkArt (Champagne, Sunset Orange, Linen, and the 949 Skin Tone) , and Game Colors paint (Red Ink Paint Dye, and Semi-gloss dark brown). She was sealed in Krylon plastic fusion clear flat non gloss mat. She didn't take me very long to make and I was pleased with the end result.


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User Comments
suprasizeme - Saturday, April 7, 2012
You should be proud she looks gorgeous!!! I love it when someone uses creativity and skill to make a base figure more articulate and look so much better. Very Cool!!
Controlspire - Sunday, April 8, 2012
Thanks everyone, I feel the photos here betray her a bit too, she is much nicer in better lighting w/o a flash so you can see all the sparkle in her metal paint - makes her look like her armor is magic (which works because it is). A word of advice to my fellow realmers, wear gloves when using your dremel tool on high speed to hollow out a PVC non-articulated figure to add articulation, that plastic melts and becomes super hot, and can burn! Found that out the hard way. Still was a fun custom to make, I hope people just like it half as much as I like their customs. Hardest thing to me about coming here is all the cool figures that I see and can't run out and just buy! I have to keep building my skill so I can follow to recipe myself one day. And because of all of you brilliant modders out there that list of figures I need to make, is enormous!
Face - Saturday, April 7, 2012
She looks beautiful ,fantastic work
massprime - Saturday, April 7, 2012
Looks a lot better than the one that was released.
NeCrollector - Friday, April 6, 2012
Beautiful custom of Witchblade!!!
Batman1016 - Friday, April 6, 2012
HAWTNESS!!

That is all.
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