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Spider-Man - Spidey Sense Neck Mod Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:47785  
Name:Spider-Man - Spidey Sense Neck Mod
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Spider-Man
Creator:infamous22  
Date Added:March 7, 2013
Base Figure:Spider-Sense Spider-man
Height:6.00 inches
Just like previously, I used a neck with swivel from donor figure. I shaved down that piece until all I had left was the swivel and two pieces of plastic on each side for the swivel to sit in. I then cut down the Spider-Sense figure neck to a level that would not show too much of my sculpt, but would still be strong enough to support the new swivel. I then grinded down a groove for the wheel to fit in snugly but move freely. Finally, I covered, sculpted and blended in the new neck continue the existing pattern of web lines. I tried to ensure that the swivel could still have flexibility and stability, but also not make the neck too thick or too tall.


For the head, I cast my own McFarlane Spiderman head. I used a red dye in the resin, so all I had to do was a black paint wipe for the web lines and a careful painting of the eyes.


Lower arms from a flea market found Spidey that can switch heads from masked to Peter Parker.


I have included some better pics this time to help illustrate my description of the process I used.

Thanks for looking!


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User Comments
SotaAddict - Tuesday, June 18, 2013
How did you get the neck swivel/tube out?
Double Dare Customs - Tuesday, June 18, 2013
love your spideys!
StrangePlanet - Monday, March 11, 2013
Nice job. I am increasingly finding that good neck movement is one of the most important parts of any figure, and the ones I've made in custom projects provide unique posing possibilities. I find a great deal of value in this kind of work. Great job.
Lucidaemon - Friday, March 8, 2013
Beautiful work!!
NeCrollector - Friday, March 8, 2013
Masterfully crafted! Brilliant!
timone317 - Thursday, March 7, 2013
Seamless transition from the lower neck to the newly sculpted neck...a darker shade of blue may have helped distinguish this from the last one but it still looks very good.
fitzjedi - Thursday, March 7, 2013
This is a BAD-A$$ MOD!!
Champion City Toys - Thursday, March 7, 2013
It looks pretty amazing to me!!!
Hayes - Thursday, March 7, 2013
Awesome job! Never be upset about how many times u do the same figure, as it usually looks better every time. And thanks for posting the work u did on the neck. As a beginner, that helps us see how to fix a joint. Great job!
Galactape- Middle Earth customs - Thursday, March 7, 2013
Hey, this custom is amazing, I love what you did here! Also, can I get one of those casts off you?
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