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Ashley J. Williams Post Evil Dead 2 fight. Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:5573  
Name:Ashley J. Williams Post Evil Dead 2 fight.
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Army of Darkness
Creator:JunkPunk  
Date Added:January 2, 2008
Base Figure:Dollar store construction worker figure
Height:6.00 inches
I really want to come up with a good story line. But if you don't know who this is, GET OUT!!!

I'm a big fan of the evil dead series, and even though this series says "Army of Darkness" It's based on the way he looked at the end of ED2, after fighting rotten apple head.

This was my longest, and perhaps best custom, so far! I took him totally apart. I went and bought some "Fixit Sculpt", and went to town on this guy.

First, the head had a very round top, and a pointy chin. So, I gave him his big hair, and a more distinguished chin with the cleft in it.

next the pants originally stopped at the top of the shoes. So I used the Sculpt to make his pant legs longer, and tattered. And the feet still rotate, as well.

The right hand was removed, and the chainsaw was added, but first...
The chainsaw was originally very thin, with little detail. So, I used the Sculpt to ad the extra side handle,bigger motor, and a pull start chord handle.

I then drilled a small hole in the back of the chainsaw, and glued a piece of a wooden meat skuer in the arm hole. I then took Sculpt to make the Joining braces for the wrist and end of the chainsaw. I then added a little glue to the hole of the chainsaw to make it a little thicker, so it wouldn't slip off.

I took a dremel, and used the wire brush bit to strip away the left sleeve, and part of the shirt.

The shotgun holster on the back was made by coating a restaurant straw with the Sculpt, then cutting the straw to make it wider for the gun to fit. I then attached it to the back, and shoved a different gun in there to keep the size hole while it hardened.

The shotgun itself was originally a skinny looking rifle, then I cut out the barrel, and cut the butt of the gun down. I used Sculpt to make the barrels.

I used tulip paint (3D paint) for the following pieces:
*straps on chest and back
*wrist watch
*blood on chansaw blade
*Ash's eyebrowls
*boots

But then I thought it shouldn't end there. I wanted to make the other star of the movie...
The Necronomicon.
I just got the sculpt out, made a rectangular shape, and used a little tool to make the design. then took a cutting tool to make the book look to have pages. I then used a random piece of plastic, an expired gift card, and a couple of tooth picks to make the alter the book sits on.

I am Really, REALLY proud of this custom. I started on it about three weeks ago. and today it is done. I hope you all enjoy!


Hail to the King, Baby!

~JP


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User Comments
CaptainCustoms - Thursday, November 17, 2011
So cool what you did with a Dollar Store figure. I love it!
JunkPunk - Monday, January 7, 2008
Thank you. most of my stuff is either from the dollar store, or from garage sale figures. But I feel I did a good job on them. This figure is making his was to Spain, tonight.
Redmist - Friday, January 4, 2008
AWESOME. You make me wanna buy these dollar heroes just 2 c what I can do w/'em! Good job!
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