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Glaken's Customs


Glaken can be contacted at [email protected]


DD ML2 Body

DD ML2 Head painted and filled with liquid tape(I stumbled on this stuff looking for putty and it works pretty good if the color matches) Punisher boots & gloves Bat symbol cut from signmakers vinyl ears from shaped plasic fork tongs cape - faux leather with the felt burned off the back to thin it out

then I used flower arranging wire to create an armature so that I could pose it, glued it in and used liquid tape to cover it. I wanted a better draping cape but I'm still working on that, it works

pretty well for the dynamic stuff though.


Colossus was a quick that I did while I was doing bats. I saw the WWE Unlimited figures, thought they were cool and bought a few of them to try to customize. Paint doesn't play well with these guys though. Colossus looks okay but he'll definitely be for poses only. Again, the liquid tape was a good hair for him. I've got some ideas for what I'm gonna do with the other Unlimiteds I bought, but it won't require painting on the rubber skin, that's for sure.

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