Tuesday, December 17, 2013
CustomCon 36 was recently hosted by ActionFigurePics.com
Here are some links if you have not checked out the cool custom action figures.DAY ONE: Tuesday, December 10
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Here is a cool custom figure made by Carbonor.
This is Cir-El, also known as Supergirl, as she appeared in the Superman / Batman comic.
I love the Ed McGuinness style action figures that DC Direct makes and this is one that I hope they make in the future.RECIPE
Figure - Superman/Batman (McGuinness) Superwoman
Cape - Silver Age Superman Robot Superman
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Here is a cool custom figure made by Airmax.
This is a really great DC Universe Classics version of Tyr.Head: DCUC Red Tornado
Body: DCUC Black Manta
Left arm: DCUC Orion
Right arm: MotU 200x Trap-Jaw
Legs: DCUC Black Manta
Sunday, June 29, 2008
Action Figure Insider is holding their first DCUC Custom Showcase event this weekend.Click here to visit the website
.Welcome to AFI’s DCUC Custom Showcase - June 2008
Customizing action figures - the ability to take an existing action figure, and patiently shaping, altering, perfecting it with your own vision into a true work of art. For years, customizers have been sanding, painting, sculpting, boiling-and-popping, frankenstein-ing, even creating new joints and heads, all for the love of the hobby (and maybe for occasional compensation here and there). What is it about custom figures that we all love so much? The skill involved in creating these masterpieces? Or the never-before-seen characters? We can all agree they’re addicting, whether you enjoy creating them, buying them or just gazing at the endless amount of online customized figure galleries. And that appreciation for this craft is the focus of the DCUC Custom Showcase
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Sunday, February 17, 2008
Here is a cool custom figure make by fp_spirit.
The recipe is:
DC Superheroes Supergirl body
DC Direct Superman/Batman Series 2 Supergirl cape
DC Direct Flamebird head
painted the boots to match the cape
painted the skin to match the head