Here is my latest Skylanders snow globe. I wanted to try a bigger snow globe which uses the full size portal. I figured the Snow Fortress would be the best setting for this globe, and I had a bunch of little skylanders from some pens that I had bought a while back. This thing is huge, and is very cool.
I used a wireless portal of power from Skylanders, some LED's, an XL snow globe kit and a bunch of little skylanders. For more pictures, please go to My Flickr Page.
I have been working on this for a little while, and finally finished it. I found an old Pikachu Figure at Goodwill (the same one I used for Pikachewie) and I decided to give him the zombie treatment. Not too hard, just some Apoxy Sculpt. Currently this one is not for sale, but will probably be eventually.
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I am an avid Skylanders collector, but the problem with collecting them is that you start to accumulate Portals of Power. I had a few, but I did not know what to do with them. I was watching Youtube, and found SKYLANDERS GIANTS 'It's Christmas 4 Bad Guyz 2' and at the very beginning I got my inspiration.
I wanted to try with a smaller portal at first, so I used a 3DS portal and a large snow globe kit. Inside I used an extra Pop Fizz I had and decorated him to be in the holiday spirit. The globe stands about 6 inches tall, and I used Super Bright color changing LEDs to get the portal to glow.
If you would like to see more pictures, please go to My Flickr Page. This one is currently not for sale, but if you would like me to make one for you, please contact me, and we can talk about a commission.
I am in love with the Skylander Pop Fizz. He is a quirky little creature that does some really cool things in the game. The only thing that I wish was that he had a figure for his beast mode. I was hoping that the new series would have it, but it didn't. So, I decided to take things into my own hands.
I used a Skylanders Giants Pop Fizz figure as the base. I added the teeth and molded the arms, legs and hair/eyebrows to give it the right look. I love the way this came out, and the best part is, it is fully playable. I am going to upgrade the beast powers on this one (for obvious reasons).
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I wanted to do something different than a Mech, so I turned this Pacman Bank into a monster truck. It even makes the classic Pacman "Waka-Waka" sound when you push the button that is on the top. I used an old Radio controlled car and a bunch of fodder parts to fill in the inside. I also decided to give him a little friend to sit shotgun with him so that he wouldn't have to ride alone.
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Here is my latest commission, Megaman on the Rushjet. I used a D-Arts Megaman and Rush. The Megaman figure was repainted to match the paint on the Rushjet figure, which was built using the parts from the D-Arts figure and Lego pieces that were shaped to work with the parts. I also had to buy a clear base so that the figure would look like it was flying.
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I gave my old business card holder to my Dad, so I needed a new one. I figured Zombie Yoda would work great. I used a Yoda Pepsi Cup lid that I found at Goodwill. I am not selling this one, but if you would like to have something similar made (I don't do repeats), let me know. For more pictures, please go to My Flickr Page.
Here is the latest addition to the Mario Universe Mech series. I figured since the Toads were the smallest of the group, they would beef up their Mechs with some heavy fire power. I also figured that since there was a bit more in this Mech, that maybe a co-pilot was need to help with the weapon systems and other controls.
For this I used a vinyl Toad figure for the base, a Halo Warthog for the cockpit, and some guns from my parts bin. I believe the guns on the hands are from a Star Wars Destroyer droid, and the ones on the head are from a Transformers figure.
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In the future of Hyrule, the battle between good and evil still reincarnates itself. Here is Link riding in his trusty "steed" Epona. Wearing his classic Hyrule battle uniform, which has been used for thousands of years, Link rides forth to battle the evil Ganon in his newest form.
I wanted to make a futuristic Link, but still keep some of the classic things that we all know about him. I also wanted to have a fun way for him to carry all of his inventory. Can you count how many items are on there? I count 55, but I may be one or two off. For "Epona", I used a Wreck it Ralph Hero's Duty figure. The Link is a figure that I got off of eBay, and the accessories were parts from my parts bin and some things I ordered. This wasn't a long build, but it was parts intensive, so ended up being a bit more expensive than I wanted. This figures stands about 6 inches tall.
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From days of long ago, From unchartered regions of the universe, comes a legend. The legend of Voltron, Defender of the Universe! A mighty robot, loved by good, feared by evil.
Voltron has always been a favorite of mine. Since I was a kid, I loved how the lions turned into Voltron and it worked so well. I wanted to re-imagine the lions into something from the Mario Universe, so I turned them into Yoshis. I tried to stay true to the colors as much as possible, and the result is this!
I used a Cletus Football robot (Version 1), 5 vinyl Yoshis, and spare parts I had left over from other projects to complete this. Total completion time was about 30 hours, and I had to do a lot of custom paint mixing, but it was well worth it in the end. Please go to My Flickr Page to see this guy in all his glory!