My Dark Knights are pretty straight forward. DKR
Batman is a simple repaint of a B:TAS figure.
The sillouette used Casimir's basic recipie, but
I used a black rubber kitchen glove rather than
vinyl and sculpy for the shoulders. I didn't line
up the cape opening as well as I should have,
but the overall effect isn't too bad.
The Green Lantern Corps with
my three customs, and otherwise out of the package
Guy Gardner is a Steel body with the
shoulder harness cut down to just the belt. The
vest is sculpy, as is the bowl haircut over a
Metamorpho head. With the teeth white, and skin
color painted on, the Metamorpho face gives a
Hal Jordan is a John Stewart body with
a Superman head and sculpy mask. If I ever redo
him I would give more shape to the mask (lesson
Kingdom Come Superman (or alternate
future Supes if you read Batman/Superman) is a simple
repaint. Ah... no sculpting!.
I was very enthused about doing Mogo from the Green
Lantern comics, and had not seen one done before.
The body is a wooden sphere from the craft store
with everything painted except the symbol which
is a color copy decopauged into place. The biggest
problem I ran into is that a flat paper symbol does
not lay well on the curved surface. The slices I
needed to do to lay it
flat are visible- any suggestions someone has for
doing this better would be greatly appreciated (BTW-
Shakey McWeerd1 doesn't paint a straight line very
The OMAC is an Amazo with his
single eye sculpied, the bulgy forearms sculpied,
and the fin and knife made from scrap plastic. I
used the clear Amazo to give a translucent appearence
but discovered Casimir's recipie for doing such
things too late, so he's just blue.
My dear beloved Power Girl started as a Justice
Lords Wonder Woman. I removed her hair, and used
sculpy to make the bob. The shoulder disk, belt,
and boot cuffs are sculpy, as are her sizable...
assets. Her glove cuffs are electrical tape. The
gold cords are elastic gold cords from the craft
shop, and the cape is a cut down Superman cape.
I struggled with the Question because I really wanted
to make him look like the JLU episodes. I searched
though, trying to follow a number of suggestions
to make the trenchcoat, but all to no avail. Just
couldn't find one. I decided instead to go with
the comic appearence, and based the figure on the
DC Direct figure instead of JLU. The body is B:TAS
Two Face with sculpy over the face of the extra
John Stewart head I had from my Hal Jordan. I tried
a few different hats, but finally just sculpted
it from scratch.