This is my take on Frankenstein's Monster. After seeing Pulpfiction's awesome version of this classic monster, I knew I could not make a better looking Franky so I went a different route. I was also blown away by Caboose's FrankenHULK. So I took aspects from both customs and came up with this idea. I imagined if a futuristic Dr. Frankenstein made a monster with cutting edge technology. I made him super clean with no exposed wires or bolts. Just a super armored version that looked heavy duty and plain old mean.
Thanks for looking and for all the support. This site is awesome and I love entering the contests here.
Took this quote taken straight from the contest description:
For the purpose of this contest, you may consider a Fairy Tale to be loosely classified as any pre-industrial age folk story or legend dealing with the fantastic or supernatural. Fables, nursery rhymes, parables, apologues, and similar/related works, are also fair game as far as subject matter goes. Even literary scholars disagree on what should, or should not, be defined as a Fairy Tale, so, don't worry about the classification too much--we're going to be pretty liberal here.
And it goes on to say that you are able to make a sci-fi,horror,steampunk,or western version of the character.
In the description above it states that a custom for THIS contest may come from pre-industrial age folk story or legend dealing with the fantastic or supernatural.I believe that Mary Shelley created a legend when she wrote the tale of Frankenstein and this is my Sci-fi take on the legendary character. It also ends by saying that don't worry about the classification too much, and that it's going to be pretty liberal with the definition of "Fairytale".
Head: modified Hulk head
Arms: HB IM
Pelvis and thighs: Abomination