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Mac Tonight Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:39794  
Name:Mac Tonight
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Marvel Legends
Creator:Xysma Warhorse  
Date Added:June 8, 2012
Base Figure:Everquest Troll Warrior
Height:8.50 inches
Completion Time:16.00 hours
Just when I thought I was finished with McDonald's character,s I got an email from Carlton telling me how much he loved my figures and said he was going to have Mac Tonight as a character in his upcoming novel if I wanted to give him a shot. He also said he was inspired by my figures to write another novel in the series even though he had previously decided to be done with it and wanted to use a few of my characters in the book, specifically Birdie, The Professor, and Big Mac. Needless to say I was thrilled to have inspired him as he had inspired me to do this line in the first place.

I didn't work up a background for this character since Carlton already had the character fleshed out, essentially he is a bounty hunter and a scary dude, so I went with it. This figure uses a ton of parts, starting with the Everquest Troll Warrior as the base. I dremelled off the warts and diaper thing below the waist, cut off the toes and dremelled them into boots, sculpted pant cuffs and fly. Next I sculpted a big scar on his chest, I just thought it would look cool to have more contrast against the white flesh. Next, I trimmed down the nose and sculpted the moon head, removed the long pointy ears and sculpted human ones. Then I removed the left hand and dremelled out a recess to fit the plating I wanted to use for the prosthetic and dremelled a second smaller recess for the steam engine on the shoulder. Now for the parts list, Steam engine from a Mage Knight Iron Hill Giant, gun and baton from Savage dragon, Left shoulder guard from DCUC Star, bone pads from LCBH Judge Death, knee pads from LCBH Super Patriot, sword from ML Ares, spear from Valkyrie, head from Sleepy Hollow Crone, spine from fodder box, tied all together with hemp, boot blade from a Cylon, chainsaw from a dollar store figure, and a bunch of parts from McFarlane figures to round out the arsenal. this one was a ton of work, but it was worth it, this figure looks exactly how I wanted it to and everything came together nicely, down to the interchangeable weapon "hands". I hope you guys like it, and I hope Carlton gets a kick out of it.


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Cosmic Fantasy Customs - Saturday, June 9, 2012
such an excellent custom, top notch work.
fitzjedi - Saturday, June 9, 2012
WOW! This is TIGHT!!
NeCrollector - Saturday, June 9, 2012
PURE GENIUS! A wickedly, beautiful work of art!
Where can I find this novel? Is it online?
Xysma Warhorse - Saturday, June 9, 2012
This one isn't out yet. But check out Warrior Wolf Women of the Wasteland and Barbarian Beast Bitches pf the Badlands for more McDonaldland stuff. I also highly recommend Zombies and Sh#$ - it was the source of my Mr T cyborg and os also an amazing read. Oh Yeah, to answer your question, amazon has most of Carlton's books, many for the Kindle.
G Brand - Saturday, June 9, 2012
This guy is disturbing. Good Job on him.
Xysma Warhorse - Friday, June 15, 2012
Thanks! you reminded me of what my 20 month old said when she saw him, "Ewwwww, gucky."
REBNOR - Saturday, June 9, 2012
So this is what would happen if Todd McFarlane had the Happy Meal license! Great job!
pock63 - Saturday, June 9, 2012
Great job!!! And congratulations on inspiring a novel!!!
massprime - Saturday, June 9, 2012
Wow! That's really cool what happened with the novel and your characters. This looks great and now I might wantn to check out those books.
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