Deathstroke custom figure
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Deathstroke custom figure
06/17/2009 06:48 PM EST
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RE: Fan Submission: Deathstroke custom figure
06/21/2009 03:44 PM EST
Sorry for the double post, felt the need to post a more up-to-date, albeit shinier, pic, removed the shit strap(still working on it), added weapons (didn't have a sword, so I used his explody pole):



Oh, and here's my brothers Toxin. We did this thing together, he's 12.


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RE: Fan Submission: Deathstroke custom figure
06/21/2009 06:17 PM EST
hey that's pretty good. The colours are pretty spot-on. You should keep doing this you look like you have a knack for it
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RE: Fan Submission: Deathstroke custom figure
06/22/2009 04:08 AM EST
I can't see the art in this sort of thing, but I can appreciate the work that went in to it. So good job Vash.

Answer me something though, why is it that when I see these fan contrived figurines, they always look like the paint is either still wet, or clumpy?
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RE: Fan Submission: Deathstroke custom figure
06/22/2009 09:06 AM EST
because people don't use paint thinner. Personally, my brother spilled mine. And not all of them look like that, there's this one guy, Jin, total douchebag, great customs. He sold a Deadpool for $700 on eBay yesterday, they look great and I can't figure out how he does it.