My first, and probably only, vehicle I'll ever do. I just don't get the same artistic satisfaction from doing a vehicle as a do in creating a figure. I guess it's because it's a machine and it really never feels like your "bringing it to life" by giving it character and emotion. Still, I think it looks pretty damn cool. The trailer is a scratch build (sorry no WIPs) and the boat is a cheapo Joe knockoff I bought at Big Lots. Enjoy!
The great thing about the GI Joe 50th anniversary packs is that you basically get a free Beachhead figure in every Cobra army builder pack you buy. So Here's my favorite Army Ranger, in a realistic military colors paint scheme, two ways. The unmasked version is inspired by the Sideshow collectables Beachead figure. Enjoy!
This is my second version of this character, again in SEAL gear. This figure, like Topside, is made with Joe parts bashed with a BBI figure torso. He has full articulation, but no waist or mid torso articulation. I find most Joes don't even really need this POA, because most of the time movement is hindered by their gear anyway. He still achieves superb pose-ability. Enjoy!
About My Custom Action Figure Blog
After being totally wowed by the plethora of Star Wars, GI Joe and Marvel Universe custom figures on the internet I got inspired to bust a couple out myself! The purpose of this blog is just to share my work, get feedback and make connections with other people who love custom action figures and creative expression as much as I do. I love comments, whether you love my stuff or downright hate it, so leave your opinions for me to see! I am always open to ideas and suggestions for new projects as well. Thanks for viewing, and may the Force be with you.