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Prince of Persia the Sands of Time Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:56410  
Name:Prince of Persia the Sands of Time
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Prince of Persia
Creator:VincentShaw  
Date Added:December 13, 2013
Base Figure:Sota Fei Long
Height:6.00 inches
So here's a figure I began working on in 2010. That is three years ago! Since then I had so many crazy things happen in life and it feels funny finally getting around and finishing the Prince and the female Sand Demon.

The Prince was fully made from a Sota Fei Long with custom swords and painted with a mix of acrylic and pastel chalk.

You should all really look up some YT videos and spend those 10 bucks on a set of brown and skin tone pastels. The shading you can do with simple techniques is just worth the effort.

Oh and Ubisoft, 20 million sales! Make a new POP game!

Or at least put the next Assassins Creed game in Persia to add insult to injury.


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User Comments
NeCrollector - Sunday, December 15, 2013
Fantastic work, brother!
G Brand - Sunday, December 15, 2013
Super game accurate!
greenlucario - Saturday, December 14, 2013
I loved these games, that is an amazing custom of the Prince, you really did him justice!
toysilog - Friday, December 13, 2013
great work! which video exactly? id like to watch and learn too. all I see are tuts on canvas.
VincentShaw - Friday, December 13, 2013
Sure, I found this very helpful

/watch?v=9zvXud_AuMw

watch?v=MhCjMoBc0Us

Search for face-up and ball jointed dolls BJD. You can see that the heads are way bigger than even 1/6 scale figures, which makes things a lot easier for them, but the basic techniques can still be adopted with a lot of practice.

Generally, what you do is first wipe that head clean from any paint (I use aceton free nail cleanser) and apply a white base coat. On that you pretty much just do what they show you in those videos. Red for lips, brown for shading and so on. After some experimenting and several botched heads you should get the hang of it

Oh and yes....don't touch the head when you still haven't sealed it, the oils from your fingers will butcher the paint like Jason.

Oh and double yes, after each coat of paint, spray some matt varnish on your head and then apply the next coat of paint, otherwise it won't stick to the surface.
VincentShaw - Friday, December 13, 2013
Oh and for the prince and Bane I actually did the following, I painted with normal acrylics and I only did the shading with pastel chalk. That is definetly much easier than straight up doing everything with that pastel.
Frekki - Friday, December 13, 2013
This is really awesome! Great job!! What do you mean by a "YT video"
Darth_Castro - Friday, December 13, 2013
youtube vids
Darth_Castro - Friday, December 13, 2013
dude This looks exactly like the prince. I loved these games growing up KUDOS!
VicVeinz - Friday, December 13, 2013
Great looking Prince ..skin tone really looks lifelike.
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