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Mcdouble (Xysma the Warhorse) Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:47636  
Name:Mcdouble (Xysma the Warhorse)
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Original
Creator:NeCrollector  
Date Added:March 3, 2013
Base Figure:Mattel WWE Akeem
Height:7.00 inches
Hi Realmers!
Behold the mighty McDouble! The product of a fun collaboration with one of the coolest Realmers on this site, Xysma the Warhorse. Very early on, Xysma's customs served as inspiration to me when I began learning about this awesome hobby. So, of course, when one of your heroes asks if you'd like to collaborate on a project with him, there's only one answer I can think of....HELLZ YEAH!!!!!

I am a huge fan of Xysma's McDonaldland customs, so to be able to paint one of his new McDonaldland customs has been a great Honor and Privilege. The initial base figure served as a totally fun canvas to go crazy on. ^_^
Painting McDouble was almost a surreal experience as it seemed like Xysma had prepared the figure to go with the vision I had for him once I saw him.

I also have to give a shout-out to cjp666 for the tip he gave me on how he made those awesome veins on his Female Zombie 1 custom. I love the effect so much that I just had to use it multiple times on McDouble. Thanks, cjp666! ^_^

Check out the awesome backstory that Xysma came up with once he saw how McDouble was turning out:
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Amongst the obese citizens of McDonaldland, sports have little or no presence; however, wrestling, boxing, and mma fighting have remained popular. Throughout history, humans have enjoyed watching violence, and there is no fighter more violent than “Dirty” Dane Doogan. Dirty Dane dominated the fighting arenas of McDonaldland for many years, becoming champion of all three disciplines and the most popular celebrity McDonaldland had ever seen. For that reason, when Dirty Dane noticed several large purple growths on his body, he was rightfully concerned with his future. He began wearing a singlet and painting his face like Ronald McDonald to try and hide the growths. His plan worked for awhile, he gained even more popularity with the face paint and change in attire, but as the growths got larger, he knew he wouldn’t be able to hide his mutation forever.

A common practice among professional wrestlers, Dirty Dane’s management team concocted a fake injury in order to give him some time off. Dirty Dane would have never guessed that it would be almost two years before he returned to the spotlight. His condition took a serious turn when the growth on his chest began making noises. To his dismay, Dirty Dane realized that the growth on his chest was in fact a head, and the growths on his back were arms. He had heard rumors of mutations throughout McDonaldland, and the mutants being smuggled out of the city into exile under the cover of night to prevent an all-out panic, but he had always believed them to just be rumors, after all, the Council wouldn’t do that to their own citizens…. Would they?

As it turns out, Dane was incredibly lucky. His mutation came at a time when so many citizens were becoming mutants that it was becoming exceedingly difficult for the Council to cover it up. They had decided to go public with the mutations, and what better way to go public than with a poster child for mutation? The beloved fan favorite, Dirty Dane Doogan, was the answer the Council needed, seemingly handed to them from Ronald Himself.

The council determined that the purple “man” growing from Dirty Dane was in fact a Fetus in Fetu that had been mutated by McDonald’s tainted meat like so many citizens of McDonaldland. Dirty Dane’s unborn twin brother had begun to grow and had gained self-awareness as a result of the mutation. The Council seized the opportunity to create a star. The twin was named Grimace due to his purple complexion and the popularity of the mythical creature of the same name. They encouraged Dane to continue with his Ronald McDonald face paint and created a whole new outfit for him to wear, accentuating his mutation and attempting to make it “cool” to be mutant. To further link their hero to the Council and the McDonaldland religion, they convinced Dirty Dane to change his name to Dirty Dane McDouble. He began to train Grimace to fight and retrain himself to fight in coordination with Grimace until he was confident he could perform at a championship level once again.

“The Return of Dirty Dane” was one of the biggest and most promoted events of the year. The unveiling of Dirty Dane McDouble prompted an outpouring of support for the star and squashed the rumors of mutants being secretly forced into exile by the Council. In nearly every household in McDonaldland, at least one family member “came out,” no longer hiding his or her mutation in fear of being forced into the Wastelands.
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Completed 3/1/2013.

Thanks again, Xysma, for a really fun collabo!
:)
Thanks for looking, Realmers. ^_^


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PeterG - Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Cool mutant
bootleg buster toys - Tuesday, March 25, 2014
WHERE DO YOU GET THESE IDEAS IN MAKING THESE WONDERFUL MUTATED TOYS !!!
I so want your talent
NeCrollector - Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Thanks, bootleg! I can't take full credit for McDouble as it was a fun collaboration with fellow Realmer, Xysma.
fastfreddie - Sunday, March 31, 2013
THIS IS WHAT CUSTOMIZING IS ALL ABOUT! THE PUTTING TOGETHER OF THIS CRAZY SON OF A GUN IS JUST MADNESS AND THEN YOU GOT THE SPECTACULAR PAINT APPS! WOW! JUST WAY ABOVE ANY CRAZY CONCEPTS I COULD CONCEIVE FOR THESE AMAZING SET OF CUSTOMS!
NeCrollector - Sunday, March 31, 2013
It's always an honor to hear from you, brother. On behalf of Xysma and myself, THANK YOU SO MUCH! Being a tremendous fan of your work, your kind words mean a lot, my friend.
Davey Blaze Customs - Friday, March 22, 2013
Wow, this came out really, really great! What a rad collaboration! You both did excellent work on this one and it must have been pretty great to be able to callaborate with one of your customizing icons! Great back story. I saw what you wrote about the veiny effects, how did you guys do that? It looks really awesome!
NeCrollector - Friday, March 22, 2013
Hey Davey! Thanks a lot, bro! Yes, it definitely was a real honor to collaborate with one of the Realm's greatest customizers. The veiny effects were 100% inspired by another fellow Realmer, cjp666. Definitely go check out his work (http://www.figurerealm.com/viewcustomfi ... 4&id=12082). He's a real cool cat and I am grateful for his kickass tip.
jigsaw78 - Monday, March 18, 2013
Amazing Work!! Congratulations for both.
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Thank you so much, jigsaw78!
Wallcrawler Customs - Monday, March 11, 2013
Yes, this co-operation payed out well. Beautifull execution and a true piece of art. I love new concepts and this one here is top notch!
Xysma Warhorse - Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Thanks Wallcrawler!
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Much thanks, my friend
cuztomiza - Sunday, March 10, 2013
This is very ART NOVOU AND Solid AWESOME TO THE HIGHEST LEVEL... Inspiring project.. Very Inspiring!
NeCrollector - Sunday, March 10, 2013
It's so awesome to hear from you, brother I really appreciate the kind words. If Xysma and I were able to inspire you, then we're honored.
infamous22 - Saturday, March 9, 2013
AMAZING! The paint apps and sculpting is UNREAL! AWESOME WORK!!!!
NeCrollector - Sunday, March 10, 2013
WOW! Much appreciated! Thank you so much for your kind words. The sculpted parts that Xsyma added really took this custom to a higher level and made this awesome figure really fun to paint.
PROFESOR FENOMENOIDE - Saturday, March 9, 2013
thats a brilliant idea
NeCrollector - Saturday, March 9, 2013
On behalf of Xysma and myself, thank you so much, PROFESOR.
Emmett - Saturday, March 9, 2013
Amazing work!
I really like this whole McDonald land concept. Wonder what would happen if McDonalds picked up this idea and you started seeing these guys on happy meals.
NeCrollector - Saturday, March 9, 2013
Ha! That would be a hoot! Thanks for your comment, brother. Xysma's McDonaldland series is indeed amazing! Thanks!
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, March 11, 2013
Thanks man, I have really enjoyed doing these McDonaldland figures, as always I've got to give credit to Carlton Mellick for inspiring me. The first two I did, Mayor McCheese and Hamburglar, came straight from his novel Warrior Wolf Women of the Wasteland as did the dystopian McDonaldland concept. I liked it so much I ran with it, creating all the other characters and their backstories to fit them into his original vision and expand on it.
Rok - Friday, March 8, 2013
Loved the concept!! Hats off!!
NeCrollector - Friday, March 8, 2013
Muito obrigado, amigo! I'm glad you like it.
TNT CUSTOMZ - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Wow, very unique and scary good!!!! Great job!!
NeCrollector - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Thanks, TNT!
Stevid - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Awesome team up! This came out great!
NeCrollector - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Thank you so much, Stevid! We appreciate your feedback, brother.
CJP666 - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
very nice work

glad the tip came in useful!
NeCrollector - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Thanks again, cjp! I really enjoyed applying your pen 'vein' technique. It's really fun and effective. You ROCK, brother!
Xysma Warhorse - Wednesday, March 6, 2013
I gotta agree cjp666, thanks for sharing the technique. I used it on my Spider Zombie, it's a great idea.
StrangePlanet - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Another stunning piece in your twisted McDonaldland menagerie. Reallywent to town with this one. That must have been a lot of fun to put together.
PS - I miss the McDouble.
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Yeah, Xysma put together one really awesome figure. Being a huge fan of his McDonaldland series from the beginning, this was a real treat and honor to paint for me!
Leech - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
stunning....
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
I appreciate the feedback, my friend. Thank yu!
tommyx - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Whoah!
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Much thanks, bro
Jan14 - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
WICKED!
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Thanks, my friend
D&DCUSTOMS - Monday, March 4, 2013
I admit I am not familiar with the character, but seeing your work here is so creative and inspiring.
Xysma Warhorse - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
He's an original character, Fast Freddie planted the seed of making McDouble some time last year, and I made a first version, but it was just lacking something. I wanted to work with NeCrollector so I got him involved, and I sculpted a new version of McDouble with the idea of the fetus in fetu mutation. Once NeCrollector got his hands on it, he came up with the Grimace and Ronald Mashup, which I think really made it.
NeCrollector - Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Thank you so much, D&D! Always good hearing from you
fireflamespit - Monday, March 4, 2013
This is crazy good, good and crazy
The stuff of nightmares. I would say something about the sculpt and what not but I am taken aback by its concept, madness
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, March 4, 2013
Thanks man, I tell you what, I thought I had come up with a pretty crazy concept, but once I saw the direction NeCro was taking with the paint, it really took off.
NeCrollector - Monday, March 4, 2013
Thanks, guys Xysma constructed a very solid figure with amazing sculpt work where it counted. It just made my job easy and, most importantly, FUN!
firefly - Sunday, March 3, 2013
madness in plastic! genius!
NeCrollector - Monday, March 4, 2013
I love madness! Thanks, firefly
Customcave - Sunday, March 3, 2013
Beware BurguerKing. Amazing colaboration.
Xysma Warhorse - Sunday, March 3, 2013
Funny you say that, I was thinking about doing a team of bounty hunters named Wendy and The King, we'll see how they turn out.
NeCrollector - Monday, March 4, 2013
Thanks, customcave
Dude! Fast Food Bounty Hunters would blow my mind! I love the concept!
ProtocolTenCustoms - Sunday, March 3, 2013
disturbing....IN A GOOD WAY!
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