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    Fake Impostor Non-Fan pH6's Avatar
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    He-Man Mutant

    I've bought a certain Gargoyle figure for cannon fodder many, many years ago. For it's wings. Which are still unused. But rewatching the He-Man Mutant episode, I realized I could work wonders with the head. Add one vintage and one NA He-Man to the mix and stir.

    This is pretty much where I started (skipping the break apart the source figure part)


    and this is where I'm now.


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    It will have those Hulkish torn pants made out of real cloth before it's finished.
    "She-Ra, Princess of Power was no more. That had been the price of freedom."

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    Is that a Disney Gargoyle's head? What did you frankenstein together for the armor?
    I think you did a great job getting the concept across.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docfairday View Post
    Is that a Disney Gargoyle's head? What did you frankenstein together for the armor?
    I think you did a great job getting the concept across.
    Rainstorm Hudson was the figure that head's from. And the front part of the armor is from a spare broke NA He-Man, cut away from the torso piece and the strap on the back is from a vintage He-Man armor which was also broken anyway.

    Oh, and than you.
    "She-Ra, Princess of Power was no more. That had been the price of freedom."

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    That's a pretty unique (AND COOL!) custom!
    See ALL of my customs (tons of He-Man, Transformers, JLU, TNBX, Flash Gordon, and more in one organized Gallery):
    http://dchallofjustice.com/CJgallery....php?cat=10006

    ALL OF MY HEMAN CUSTOMS ARE HERE:
    http://dchallofjustice.com/CJgallery...s.php?album=18

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    Yeah pretty cool vintage custom you got there.

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    YES!!! I love vintage customs that actually have their roots in the cartoon series! Cool!!

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