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Presto, the Magician (Dungeons and Dragons Cartoon - 80''s) Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:40141  
Name:Presto, the Magician (Dungeons and Dragons Cartoon - 80''s)
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Dungeons and Dragons
Creator:Lobão  
Date Added:June 22, 2012
Base Figure:Mr. Fantastic Excl.Gift.Pack ToyBiz
Height:6.00 inches
Completion Time:56.00 hours
Articulation:36 points
Continuing my wave from Dungeons & Dragons, now was the wizard who kicks ass of Harry Potter ... Presto, the Magician.

I had to stretch the neck of the figure base, cutting off part of the legs and thighs to make the correct height, amputating the shoulder balljoints and use of Koto, reduce all the muscles of the chest piece and thin arms and legs to give it a visual teenager. Completely sculpt the face to give the characteristics of the project.

This was the first custom I used the eraser on the entire piece. This is still a long way to enhance what I use, but it really is the best solution in those cases where there is no adequate or simulares AF. Still had to adapt and make the joints in the hands of figures who were without the movement of the wrist hinge. This was the first custom I did with custom accessories. And in case the glasses and the magical muddled.

Among the more than 20 that I could not identify the episodes, I chose 03 that were most representative and feasible implementation (no way I would customize a battleship). So I chose what I liked best (the phone), the most popular (the board "Stop") and a challenge of sculpture (the Dragon).

Suggestions, criticisms, comments and tips are always welcome. Please see my other customs and comment about them too. Thank you.

R E C I P E:
- Head: Angel ML
- Body: Mr. Fantastic Exclusive Gift Pack
- Hands: BtVS Spike and Tony Stark's Mark II
- Tunic: Rubber;
- Magic Hat: Epoxy;
- Glasses: Plastic blister
- Dragon: Epoxy sculpt;
- Transit sign: Stick BBQ, plastic blister and corel
- Phone: Epoxy sculpt and plastic line modeled;
- Painting: vinyl paint;


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User Comments
StrangePlanet - Thursday, June 28, 2012
The set's coming along nicely. Great job on the face!!
fitzjedi - Tuesday, June 26, 2012
This is GORGEOUS!! Great custom series!!
jigsaw78 - Monday, June 25, 2012
MAN is AWESOME this Work!
Cosmic Fantasy Customs - Sunday, June 24, 2012
you are perfecting this set and making excellent customs. epic work.
Mike Customz - Friday, June 22, 2012
clever work my man
NeCrollector - Friday, June 22, 2012
You've outdone yourself, dude! Amazing custom!!! I love the dragon popping out of his hat...GENIUS!!!
bet1 - Friday, June 22, 2012
Marvelous and fantastic!!!!!! Great work!!!
Comicustoms - Friday, June 22, 2012
Haha! Nice. This takes me back. Gtreat franchise to work with. Keep it up!
G Brand - Friday, June 22, 2012
Mad Skillz. Loving this line of figures and a great idea giving him all of the accessories.

Nothing wrong with the first pic, btw.
ringomendoza - Friday, June 22, 2012
great job!sculpt, accessories, originality, everything. I don´t know if I´m being naive, but I don´t see anything inapropriate about the first picture...
The Watcher - Friday, June 22, 2012
Great job sculpting that head! Wow!!
Patraw - Friday, June 22, 2012
I never cared for this character on the cartoon much, but you did an outstanding job on this custom, especially the face sculpt and the variety of interesting things coming out of his wizard's cap.

I didn't think there was anything suggestive about the first photo until it was mentioned, while I can see how someone could interpret it that way, I'm sure it's just an unfortunate coincidence, so I wouldn't worry about changing it.
Ole Jade Jaw - Friday, June 22, 2012
The train keeps a rollin! This set just keeps getting more impressive. Flashbacks Abound!!
Chester001 - Friday, June 22, 2012
nice
I'm never usually a fan of material on figures but this works
and youve done it from scratch
most people would have used a dcuc desaad with new head
great job
great sculpting on head
Underground Customs - Friday, June 22, 2012
It implies something inappropriate, is what I think he means, and he has a point . Cool figure though. I like the photo with the set.
Hrothmeir - Friday, June 22, 2012
Cool figure nice use of fabrics... It's just, um, the first picture... You might want to consider changing it...
Lobão - Friday, June 22, 2012
Thanks. It's a kind of rubber fabric, very flexible. Ok...but...why should I changing it?
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