So I bought a crazy-colored QUICKSWITCH and, after
some research within the world of online Japanese
toy photographs, I dismantled, painted, and reassembled
my newest addition to the Transformer shelf, SIXKNIGHT.
I cut a piece of plastic out for his goggles.
Acrylics were used for that clean, flat finish.
His guns are transparent bootleg G1 Predacon guns.
I had to lengthen the handles with scotch tape
and Superglue gel. Sounds cheesy, I know, but
hey, beats the heck outa spending $10 each for
vintage Quickswitch guns.
All plastic, but affordable, and off-color Predaking.
"Repainted Predaking KO"
Still, he's really heavy and huge even
when cast in plastic.
"Governor Koong": Cast of an
unreleased prototype of the character from the 1980's
"Super Powered Clayface"
I adore the Super Powers line. I have the
entire collection, with the exception of two ships
and the Hall of Justice. Kenner
never made a Clayface for Batman and his rogues
gallery, so I took THE BATMAN's gray Clayface and
repainted him. I love it.
NOTE: the Riddler nor the Mr. Freeze are genuine
Mattel made a black Katma, and so I, like
many customizers, mixed orange and pink and repainted
her flesh the correct color.
Right before Mattel announced they were making a
GL Katma, Casimir had created his
own Katma head, and was gracious enough to give
me a cast of it. I put the head to good use (Casimir's
far surpasses Mattel's) and created the slave outfit
Katma. Ballpoint pen was used for the black lines.
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