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Mcwrap Custom Action Figure

Custom #:52787  
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Original
Creator:Xysma Warhorse  
Date Added:August 17, 2013
Base Figure:Re-Animated Spawn
Height:7.00 inches
The next creation for my McDonaldland series is McWrap! A mutant enslaved by the Werewolf Women, McWrap became an indispensable member of their fighting force until he was defeated in combat by the dreaded Hamburglar. Pieced back together with scrap metal and body parts and kept alive by radioactive preservatives used by The Professor to convert giant wolf meat into "beef" palatable by the denizens of McDonaldland, McWrap has become the bane of The Council. Leading raids on supply caravans, McWrap has greatly weakened The Council's economic strength and instilled fear in the citizens of McDonaldland.

To make McWrap, I used a re-animated Spawn figure, modified with the same wrap technique I used on the Living Mummy, along with a real leather harness, his "Heat Mace," an axe, and some pig legs for a snack when he can't find any mutants to eat.

User Comments
StrangePlanet - Monday, August 19, 2013
I adore your twisted McDonaldland figures. This is a great use of the old Reanimated Spawn fig, and with some really cool modifications. Very nice.
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, August 19, 2013
Thanks! I originally planned to modify him more but decided it would distract from the wrappings, which were kinda he whole point, him being McWrap and all.
NeCrollector - Saturday, August 17, 2013
Pure, raw craziness and just how I love my daily dosage of Xysma masterful eye-candy to be! Dude! I am loving that cloth wrapping technique! How do make it 'cling' so perfectly to the figure?
As expected, your paint apps are rich and exquisite and make this McWrap way more appetizing than the real thing Great conversion of the Spawn figure into one of McDonaldland's crazy citizens. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!!!
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, August 19, 2013
Thanks NeCro! Glad you like him! For the wrappings I just cut strips off an old plain white tee, paint on superglue with a brush, and wrap it, making sure the glue saturates the cloth. It works well and stays put, especially after a few coats of paint.
NeCrollector - Monday, August 19, 2013
That's awesome, brother! Thanks for the tip! I gotta find a custom to use this technique on!
Erebus Dirge - Saturday, August 17, 2013
I'm Loving it! Lol! No seriously this is wicked the weird warped back story is awesome too,do by any chance write any bizarro fiction yourself? If so then you should submit something to Strange House Books their always looking for this kind of thing, your figures would make a great promotional tool!
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, August 19, 2013
I actually write quite a bit, I'm just not disciplined enough about writing to do anything substantial. I do love Bizarro fiction though, Carlton Mellick is what got me started on this McDonaldland stuff.
Darththomas - Saturday, August 17, 2013
Another great entry in your mcd land series, they're just so warped and twisted... I love every one!! the paints and wraps really stand out on this one.
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, August 19, 2013
Thanks darththomas!
1andonly5711 - Saturday, August 17, 2013
This would have been perfect for the food contest
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, August 19, 2013
I actually meant to submit it for that, but forgot.
TicaL - Saturday, August 17, 2013
Very good paint job Mcwrap looks frightening
Xysma Warhorse - Monday, August 19, 2013
Thanks TicaL!
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