Busy week. Here are a few of the projects I worked on and finished.
First up! I wanted to customize this Funko Pop I had laying around. Do something quick and easy so I could sell it cheap to someone who is following my page or FB group.
I made this Armored Batman into a Batman Vs. Superman Batman. After the fight. He is battle damaged and has a bloody nose. See the Kryptonite gloves? They sparkle and glow in dark.
AND...It is still available.
I also worked on "transforming" this GI JOE Cobra Maggot into a Transformers Movie Megatron. It was a commission that at first I was unsure of, then embraced. I love how it turned out. I even got some Decepticon stickers for it. This was a large project because of all the parts. But MAN, did it turn out great.
|Look at the colors!!!|
|The logo sticker sells it.|
|The Silver and Purple are a great combo.|
|From JOES to Transformers. A nice blend of lines.|
|See the computer screens, I mad them look like they have feedback/snow.|
|Painted the chair brown. Could not resist.|
|Look at him. Enjoying a day off in the hot tub. He has NO clue what is about to happen.|
They came, they saw, they kicked his ass!
|Toasted Marshmallow time!|
Yeah... it looks so good burning. Ty loved the pics I sent him. :) This was a simple, clean, gesso, repaint job. But with lots of detail work.
AND.... wait... one more!
The BlowTorch Corp has a new ride for the army builders. YO JOE!
|No one will see this APC coming!|
|The Red and Yellow in full effect!|
So you may or may not know this, but the APC is one of my top 3 favorite JOE vehicles. I really love it. It is sturdy and rolls great. It fits a ton of figures. It just looks damn cool!
Yeah, I jumped at the chance to customize one. In fact, I really didn't make much more than shipping on this project. I just wanted to see it happen.
This is also a rare example of my spray painting. AS PER request of the person who commissioned me. So you gotta give the people what they want.
|Camo and stickers - check!|
|Weapons ready - check!|
|Smooth and crisp - check!|
|Sun and fire protective glass - check. Let's roll!|
Kevin James Breaux