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Han Solo M.a.S.K Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:53780  
Name:Han Solo M.a.S.K
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Mask
Creator:Darththomas  
Date Added:September 18, 2013
Base Figure:Calhoun Burns
Height:2.50 inches
Completion Time:8.00 hours
Articulation:5 points
Something a little different to what I usually do. As some of you may know I recently rediscovered my love for M.A.S.K toys and have been steadily building a collection of the ones I wish I'd had as a kid. Well my collecting has bought me several duplicate figures and i soon began thinking of customs I could make from them. This one stemmed from the stripes down the side of the pants, I just couldn't get Han out of my head every time I saw them so I began.

Han Solo an independent "vehicle procurement engineer". He is neither on the side of M.A.S.K or V.E.N.O.M. Instead he offer his services to the highest bidder, often double crossing both factions in order to double his profit.

Here's his recipe

Head = Heroclix Han Solo, Dremmel to fit.

Body, arms and upper legs = Calhoun Burns, sanded down and resculpted almost entirely.

Boots = Maximus Mayhem, all detail sanded off.

Just a fun little side project to work on whilst waiting for others to dry etc. Really pleased with how he came out and I'm happy to have him among my newest collection. Thanks for looking and there's more to come soon. Till next time............

Find out more about this custom here:
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echo_three - Friday, September 20, 2013
never, ever would have thought of something like this - that is dope!
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Cheers man, it all came about from the stripes down Calhoun's trousers, they just screamed Han at me and it had to be done
NeCrollector - Thursday, September 19, 2013
WOAH! Old school awesomeness with a Star Wars twist....love it!
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Cheers bud, had tons of fun bringing Han out of his galaxy and into another.
terryzom - Thursday, September 19, 2013
This would've been a clear winner in a "Patraw, Master of Miniatures 2" Custom Contest. Awesome job, Thomas!!!
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Glad you think so dude, think it's a wee bit too soon for a second miniatures contest though, it was fun working on this dude.
StrangePlanet - Thursday, September 19, 2013
Well that's pretty cool.
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Glad you think so, thanks
HeartBreakKid - Thursday, September 19, 2013
That freakin cool man good work! Vintage style toy customs always make me happy to see(maybe excluding megos)
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Ha, I think some Mego customs look cool, vintage customs are fun to do though, a little nerve racking that you're cutting up plastic that old but fun cheers!!
ZoltanMotherwell - Thursday, September 19, 2013
Absolutely AWESOME!! 10/10
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Cheers buddy, much appreciated.
pulpyfiction - Thursday, September 19, 2013
Darth you rock! This was an awesome idea and it turned out looking like out came out the factory with the rest of the line!
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Thaks bud, I had to resist adding some details in order to make him fit in with the simple style of the others. I really wanted him to have eyes for example but it would just look wrong next to the others.
HisDivineShadow - Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Aw, man! This really brings me back, I used to love that show, and I even had the Boulder Hill headquarters play-set(though only one or two vehicles, my mom was weird, lol) Am I alone in thinking the figures and vehicles should have been of a scale with GI Joes of the era? That way we could have mixed and matched(like I do now with various 3.75' super hero lines like Spidey, MU and and the marvel movie lines) Han here looks great, any chance of a Millennium Falcon given the M.A.S.K. treatment?
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Haha, well you were lucky to have boulder hill mate, me and my brother only had some of the smaller vehicles, vampire, condor and I think we maybe had firefly. It would have been good if they were to scale with the other lines but the vehicles would have had to have been immense, the thing I love about them is in their vehicle mode they look like accurate vehicles, I think they'd have to simplify them a lot at that scale. Which leads me to the falcon, in the films it easily fit 4 people plus two droids in the cockpit, 3.75" scale only two.... at a push. I'd love to convert one to m.a.s.k one day, maybe if I find one cheap enough.
HisDivineShadow - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
True, they would have had to have been big, but GI Joe & StarWars vehicles were big, and they were awesome, but I guess prohibitively expense for average kids. I only ever had a rattler and a Tie Interceptor, and you're right I was lucky to have them & Boulder Hill! Yeah the Falcon would probably be pricey, but one can always hope to find a deal. Cheers
G Brand - Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Outstanding work on this one! 2, 1/2 inches! Get outta here man!
Darththomas - Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Cheers bud , I actually found sculpting this easier than sculpting on the 3.75" scale, no idea why
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