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Tony's Amazing Action Heroes

Introduction

Using the knowledge I garnered from doing all the 12" Star Wars upgrades, I thought I would take a stab at doing some other heroes from some favorite movies. Philip and I figured that you would probably be fans of these movies too, so without further ado, here's:

Rick Deckard from Bladerunner

This was made using several dolls. The body is from Dragon Models. The outfit is from a Japanese doll called "Android Hunter". I distressed the clothes with acrylic paint. His cuffs, jacket, and hair are made to look wet from rain by brushing on an acrylic clear gloss medium. I got the head from a friend, which was custom sculpted, then cast in resin.

Check out my review of the Android Hunter from its initial release.

John McClane from Die Hard

This was made using several dolls. The body and head is from Dragon Models' "Captain Miller". His tank top is from a "Bruce Lee" 12" action figure. His pants and accessories were purchased through the Justice Fighters websote His face and body was repainted, and his outfit distressed, using acrylic paints. By the way, I got his smokes from Cotswold Collectibles.

Lara Croft from Tomb Raider

This was made using several dolls. The head and outfit is from the "Lara Croft" 12" action figure. Her body and pistols are from Blue Box's "CyGirl". The socks and boots were purchased through the Justice Fighters website and Cotswold Collectibles. Her face and body was repainted, and her outfit distressed, using acrylic paints. I used a fine-grit sandpaper to dull the shine of the plastic on her arms and legs.

Captian Miller from Saving Private Ryan

This was made using several dolls. The body is from a GI Joe. His head is cast from the GI Joe "Captain Miller", which was never released by Hasbro. The outfit is from Dragon Models' "Captain Miller". His face was repainted, and his outfit distressed, using acrylic paints. Additionally, I used a fine-grit sandpaper to further distress the uniform.

Indiana Jones from Raiders Of The Lost Ark

This was made using several dolls. The body is from Dragon Models. His outfit is from a Japanese doll called "The Relic Hunter". His shoes, pistol and holster are from Cotswold Collectibles. His face and body was repainted, and his outfit distressed, using acrylic paints. Additionally, I used a fine-grit sandpaper to further distress his leather jacket. I got the head and hat from a friend, which was custom sculpted, then cast in resin.
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