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So here it is, I'm a graphic artist and illustrator located in Canada. I love animation, comics, sci fi, fantasy, movies, and music. On my spare time I customize action figures for the fun of it. My customs mainly focus on comic and movie characters, but that's not all I do. I'm an articulation nut, so the more the better, one of the reasons I love working with Marvel Legends and DC Universe figures.

On this blog, I'll be giving the lowdown of what I'm working on, what I'm thinking about doing, and how I plan to take over the world (all super heroes and would be vigilantes, please disregard this site).

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Friday, January 24, 2014

Arkham Origins Batman

Arkham Origins Batman

Custom Type: Action Figure
Toy SeriesBatman A. O.
Base Figure:  DCD A.O. Batman
Height:  6.5 inches
Articulation:  28 points 

 I like this concept for Batman a lot! The suit looks great, functional, and believable for a guy to be out busting crime in. I like the sculpt of this figure, he looks great, but I wasn't the biggest fan of his articulation.

He has x3 beast's hips and upper legs. I dremeled out the original leg arm and shoulder armour and he's literally wearing it over top. The shoulders of a tkd movie bats shoulders, batman begins biceps, 1st ml punisher arms, with the A.O. bats forearms grafted to them (with swivel) and added DCU Arkham City Bats hands (people think the arms look shirt, so these big hands really help with the proportion). Then I sculpted the extra gauntlet armour. Finally tied it together with new paints, and gave the armour that scraped warn/damaged look.

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