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Samurai Wolverine by Shinobitron Samurai Wolverine by Shinobitron
Using an SNL John Belushi figure Samurai Wolverine was born. I wanted rid of the body for about a year and have wanted to make another wolvie with a patch so this is what i came up with. I cut off the Belushi head and gave him a neck from a ML Blade that I've got in the works to buff up the neck and fit the wolvie head. I had to fill in the gap with sculpt and make a whole new neck joint since the inside of the figure is hollow. I then gave him removeable shoulder armor by a peg system, and shin guards(which can barely be seen) along with his Muramasa blade and a short sword i had with the figure. Topping it off with a scarf. Then I just painted him to fit a more comic-esque or cartoonish feel with the strong paint lines.
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ItachiXMegumi Featured By Owner May 15, 2013  Student
Wicked Cool !
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royi-20 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011  Student
sombody in Marvel probably saw your work
[link]
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hugohugo Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2010
i really like how this turned up
i linked it, if you dont mind...
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evilserge Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2010
Auron,wolve,kenshin fusion?
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cmgrowl Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
I really like this, is that polymer clay? I am just starting to get serious with it myself, would you mind giving me some advice on where to learn how to do stuff like this?
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Shinobitron Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Everything you need to know about Wolvie is in the description. I use a variety of different sculpting materials however with stuf from Aves Apoxy sculpt to even Billy Mays Mighty Putty.

Websites such as ProCustomizers.com and Figurerealm.com all feature tutorial sections.
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PaladinArtea Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2010
epic win
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SomaKun Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2010
Nice!
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AlphaRaptor2k6 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2010
Wolverine:"Sorry Bub, my depth perception ain't what it was since(point to eyepatch), this. I'll give you 'Half' off your next order, K?"
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royi-20 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2010  Student
Mr. patches! look amazing
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