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23 April 2007 @ 10:35 pm
My customized actionfigures and accessories  
Action figures

Gotham: Jim Gordon in wifebeater shirt and with naked chest Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Gotham: Alfred Pennyworth with rolled up sleeves Facebook1 Facebook2 Facebook3 Tumblr Twitter

Star Trek: Kirk in "A private little war" - The vest Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Star Trek: Captain Kirk with ripped shirt
Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Doctor Who: 1:6 Jack Harkness - complete

Doctor Who: 1:6 Jack Harkness part 3 - Jack has a belt and a webley now

Doctor Who: 1:6 Jack Harkness part 2 - Jack is not naked anymore

Doctor Who: 1:6 Jack Harkness part 1 - The Doctor is shocked

Torchwood: Owen Harper" in his medical coat

John Barrowman: Glittery concert suit

Carole and John Barrowman: Book signing

John Barrowman: His dogs

David Tennant: White Navy Uniform from Theatre play "Much Ado about Nothing" Tumblr

David Tennant: Hamlet part 1
Change jacket sleeves into bare arms

David Tennant: Hamlet part 2
Change shoes into naked feet

David Tennant: Hamlet part 3
Shirt and Jeans

David Tennant: Hamlet part 4
both finished

Stargate: Jack O'Neill in blue Air Force dress uniform

Stargate: New desert camo uniforms for SG-1 figures




Props and furniture

Stargate: A stretcher for Jack O'Neill Facebook Tumblr

MacGyvering background hanger Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Star Trek: Biobed for the sickbay Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Gotham: Railing for the police precinct Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Furniture: Refurbished Chaiselongue Facebook Tumblr Twitter


Steampunk: Machinery Facebook Tumblr

Gotham: An apron for Alfred Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Gotham: Lion statue Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Gotham: Steal beams and Police files Facebook1 Facebook2 Facebook3 Facebook4 Facebook5 Tumblr Twitter

Gotham: Gotham novel Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Background: Toffifee backgrounds Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Props: Upgrading Barbie bicycle Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Props: Popcorn Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Furniture: Upgrading Barbie chair, vase, flower pot Facebook1 Facebook2 Tumblr

Furniture: Upgrading Barbie sofa Facebook Tumblr

Furniture: A fireplace out of a picture frame Facebook Tumblr Twitter

Arrow: Lazarus Pit Facebook Tumblr

Props: Miniature Zen Garden Tumblr

Background: Wall panels part 2

Background: Wall panels 1 Tumblr

Star Trek: 3D chess for Kirk and Spock Tumblr Twitter1

Furniture: A couch table made from photoframes Facebook

Arrow: A scimitar for my Dark Archer figure Tumblr

Arrow: A salmon ladder for Oliver Queen Tumblr

Knight Rider: K.I.T.T. model and Michael Knight figure

Wild West: Karl-May-Figures Facebook1 Tumblr Twitter1


Art:

Even more crafty stuff from my childhood

Crafty stuff 2

Crafty stuff 1 Tumblr

Accessories by MiWorld and Rement
 
 
 
owensheartowensheart on April 24th, 2012 06:50 pm (UTC)
These are really great, you are very talented.
Antjedieastra on May 20th, 2012 06:24 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much! When I showed the two recent ones to John, he said I shall sell them online and make a fortune ;)
neojessneojess on October 8th, 2012 04:17 am (UTC)
Hello!
If you don't mind saying, what kind of paint do you use on your figures? Do you have to use primer first, or some kind of sealant afterwards? I have some I want to fix.

Your work is great!
Antje: in actiondieastra on October 8th, 2012 02:25 pm (UTC)
Of course I don't mind! I also had great help of others when I started.
I live in Germany and buy my paints from a shop where they also sell models for planes or ships. It's enamel paint and looks like this:

http://www.revell.de/fileadmin/images/Bilder_Uebersichtsseiten/Email-Color.jpg

Tiny cups, approx. 3 cm high.

I admit I am too lazy to use primer, not sure if it would be necessary. If one coat of paint is not enough, I just put another on till you can't see the original color anymore. I also don't use any primer. I think the paints are made so that you don't need one.

Do you have such a crafty shop nearby, surely they can answer your questions better? One thing to look out is - there are two kinds of paints, some are flat/dull (not sure about the right translation) while others are shiny. You would not want to use the shiny paint on your figures, as it makes them look odd, especially when photographed with flash. So look for the other kind. And I guess it would be the same if you put any sealant on it afterwards, so the idea never even occured to me.

Milliput is a clay which can be formed and hardens after a few hours, it also can be cut etc. after it's hard. It looks like this:

http://www.scalemodelguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Milliput_02.jpg

It comes in different colors and graininess but the white one is the best and finest.

Well, hope that helps somehow, if you have more questions, I'll do my best to answer them! And good luck, and let's see your crafts somewhere ;) I'm always interested in the work of others.