The custom Batman is a Marvel
Legends Ultimate Captain America. I used a dremel
on the stars and ears. I used Liquitex acrylic
modeling paste for the bat ears, nose area and
talons. This stuff dries very hard and can be
carved and sanded. I use Tamiya acrylic paints.
The cape is from some obscure Batman figure
and the emblem is made from electrical tape
The Alan Scott Green Lantern
is a repaint of a 9" Hasbro DC Super Heroes
Hal Jordan Green Lantern. The pants and belt
are from a 9" Hasbro DC Super Heroes Green
Arrow, the cape is from a Toy Biz Famous Covers
9" Magneto and the shirt is custom made
by an ebay guy named Tim. I used Tamiya acrylic
The first custom Hal Jordan Green Lantern
is a repaint of a Hasbro JLA Impulse figure
with a Parallax head. I used Tamiya acrylic
The next Hal Jordan Green Lantern
is a repaint of a Marvel Legends Mr. Fantastic.
I used Tamiya acrylic paints.
The first custom Joker
repaint of a Clive Barker Tom Requiem figure
from McFarlane toys. The figure was originally
bald and had rings pierced on his torso. I plucked
out the rings so it looks like bullet holes
now. The hair I made using Liquitex acrylic
modeling paste. I did not carve or sand the
hair, I just shaped it. This stuff dries very
hard and can be carved and sanded. I use Tamiya
The 12" Joker figure
is made from a GI Joe body and a head from
a figure I found at a thrift store. I don't
know what it is. The body was useless but
the head looked just like Joker when I painted
it. The clothes was the biggest pain. They
are not a perfect fit. Barbie pants are slit
in the behind but it is covered with the jacket.
The shirt is also Barbie from a bowling outfit
which is slit in the back and has no sleeves.
The Jacket is from a Spy Fox stuffed toy.
I used spray purple dye which I can't find
anymore. The big gun is from a Legends of
the Dark Knight Joker and the poison vile
is from a 9" Star Trek Bele figure (Frank
Gorshin half black half white figure).
The custom Riddler
from a 9" Star Trek Bele figure (Frank
Gorshin half black half white figure). He is
painted with Tamiya acrylic paint. The outfit
is the figure original light gray outfit dyed
green with a spray dye I can't find anymore.
The question mark is made from self adhesive
felt. The little question mark card is of unknown
This is Sheriff Woody
Pixar's Toy Story. It is made from a vintage
MARX Johnny West body and a MARX Mike Hazard
head. I used Mike Hazard because he is smiling
unlike the Johnny West head. The vest and empty
gun belt is vintage Johnny West. The bandanna
is GI Joe and the hat is from a McDonald's or
Burger King Sheriff Woody toy. The hands are
from some GI Joe look-alike company (you see
this at KB toys all the time). I used Tamiya