This figure is from a few years ago, and was awarded a Daily Deviation on deviantART! I'm pretty proud of that!
From the same description I used on deviantART:
I did this... I don't even remember, exactly. About a year ago, I think. I can't say that I'm the most enthusiastic fan of every single thing about the whole Marvel Zombies franchise, but this was an awfully fun customizing project.
The Spider-man figure is in 3.75" scale, and was originally a Marvel Legends Super Hero Showdown figure. The zombiefied parts of his body are mostly from a skeleton accessory that came with a Star Wars Amanaman figure. Using a Dremel rotary tool, I strategically placed everything together to try to suitably zombiefy him, using super glue to hold the pieces in their new places. Giving him a little exposed zombie thumb, shoulder and foot required some patience. Using the Dremel tool, a soldering iron, and other instruments, I retooled the pieces once assembled to give them a damaged look, tattering the costume and goring things up a bit. Some additional paint detailing I applied may have helped with the overall effect. This was all done in a well ventilated area, working outside, in fact, as burning, sanding or drilling into plastics are all messy jobs that require safety precautions. His leg was retooled to be removable, a nod to the comics. It's just as articulated as the Super Hero Showdown figure originally was.
The Galactus head is from the 6" scale Marvel Legends Build A Figure. Originally when purchased, it was designed to look normal, with a living appearance. Using the Dremel, a soldering iron, and other instruments, I altered it to give it a damaged look, and removed the face completely. It is, after all, supposed to look like the leftovers from a super zombie feast lol. Just like with the figure, some additional paint detailing I applied may have helped with the overall effect.
I sculpted the skull from scratch that you see inside the helmet, and placed it in there where the face originally was. The skull is made from Sculpey flex, which has a bendable plastic like texture once cured that worked great with this project. The removable lower jaw is a cast resin piece.