The very first custom I made and posted was Hulk from a Pitt base. Now here’s the second Hulk from Pitt that I have, but I DID NOT make this one. I wanted to have a variant, so in order for it to look different from what I’d done before, I commissioned other customizers to sculpt and paint. Also, a different head was used this time.
Head – Hulk toothbrush holder
Body – Pitt
Fists – Rotocast 12 inch Hulk
I provided the parts. The labor was done by Comicustoms and later on by raybot. If you haven’t seen their work before, check them out under the list of creators. Their customs are really impressive! They each worked independently on this Hulk, not together.
First, Comicustoms removed the Pitt head, hands and toe nails. He sculpted forearms, attached the fists and new head, and did the initial painting. He did a fantastic job precisely combining various parts together.
Next, the figure went to raybot who modified the neck and head to make it completely articulated with side to side and up/down movement. He also repainted it entirely with his particular style of painting.
Both of them deserve the credit for this custom. I can only take credit for the recipe, parts and taking photos.
I took a picture with Pitt and also of the toothbrush holder shaped like a Hulk head with features similar to the art style of Hulk artist Dale Keown. You can see how it looked before it was customized.