Here's my custom Phantom Of The Opera figure. I used Ramin Karimloo's version of the character in the stage show, as seen in the 25th Anniversary DVD as a reference. Why? Because it's a great performance, they rocked it. If you haven't seen it,check it out, even if you're not into musicals,it's highly recommended. My "doesn't watch anything without explosions, T-1000s,or Michael Ironside" brother sat through the whole thing without coersion, and that's really saying something:D
"Mirror" frame base is put together using a couple dollar-store frames, a wood furniture applique, and a couple small decorative pieces I did in sculpey.
The cloak was sewn from scratch, the tuxedo was a Sideshow Dracula suit, which has been very heavily altered.
The fedora was made by Mister Steve Corn at stevostoys,
I can't thank him enough for the amazing work he did. Isn't it a fantastic hat??? Definitely the lovely icing on the Awesome cake
The head was a Hot Toys head, very, very heavily altered by carving and sculpting. There's magnets in the sculpt that allow his mask and 2-piece wig to stay on. His "real" hair is dyed lambswool.
The mask and wig were sculpted in epoxy sculpt. The hands were from a Bruce Lee figure,the pinky ring is also epoxy.
I made a little light-up lantern, too. Just cardboard, coffee stir-sticks, and the inside of one of those battery-tea-light candles. Simple, but I think it turned out well.
That's about it! This one's become one of my favorites, thanks for looking :)
Oh, sorry, this figure is in a private collection and is not for sale, I won't be taking commissions.