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Spider-Man Upgraded to a TBLeague/Phicen M32

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1 Spider-Man Upgraded to a TBLeague/Phicen M32 on Fri Dec 28, 2018 3:58 pm

I had used a Medicom RAH Spider-Man in my Animated Movie "Heroes Faith I", but after breaking him four time while filming, I knew I need to come up with a better solution.

He's made from the Medicom Spider-man suit, the Phicen M32 and, some parts from the Hot Toys Homecoming Spider-Man.  Thanks for looking.

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Perhaps you could darken the lines on the mask a bit to better match the suit...

Nicely, AFM.


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PureEnergy wrote:Perhaps you could darken the lines on the mask a bit to better match the suit...  

Nicely, AFM.  

Thanks my friend. If I had a steady hand, I'd give it a try. Unfortunately I do not.

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Man, the pose-ability on the Phicen bodies really does lend itself well to Spiderman. Looks great!


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Excellent upgrade. Rev is right, the posability is amazing with the TBL body.


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Wow! I think it looks great! I agree with ReverendSpooky that the posability is outstanding! I kind of like the mismatch of the web lines on the suit. It reminds me of the old Steve Ditko panels where he would sometimes leave the webbing off the suit! Great job! -Don

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How ironic that the TBLeague seamless bodies can be more poseable and sturdy than some of the conventional ones. But we all already knew that. Smile Very nicely done, as usual.


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ReverendSpooky wrote:Man, the pose-ability on the Phicen bodies really does lend itself well to Spiderman.  Looks great!

Thanks my friend. I'm pretty happy with all the added articulation. Now this is a figure i can animate!

Stryker2011 wrote:Excellent upgrade. Rev is right, the posability is amazing with the TBL body.

Thanks bro. Makes my HT Homecoming Spider-Man feel like a statue.

DonDeG wrote:Wow! I think it looks great! I agree with ReverendSpooky that the posability is outstanding! I kind of like the mismatch of the web lines on the suit. It reminds me of the old Steve Ditko panels where he would sometimes leave the webbing off the suit! Great job! -Don

I do wish it matched but paint this head is out of the question. I like your take way better.

GubernatorFan wrote:How ironic that the TBLeague seamless bodies can be more poseable and sturdy than some of the conventional ones. But we all already knew that. Smile Very nicely done, as usual.

Thanks buddy. I know it's an added expense swapping out bodies but it so worth it though. as you also know so well.

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Here are a few more pictures. Web swinging and classic movie move pose.

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That's classic and iconic.

Excellent action poses for the friendly neighborhood webslinger, indeed.

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PureEnergy wrote:That's classic and iconic.  

Excellent action poses for the friendly neighborhood webslinger, indeed.  

Well done.

Thanks so much. It really becomes pointless to have a Spider-Man that can't do Spider-Man poses, right?

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Love seeing those classic and iconic poses! So fun!


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13 Re: Spider-Man Upgraded to a TBLeague/Phicen M32 on Wed Jan 09, 2019 12:08 pm

That's a really nice upgrade, AFM.

Very natural looking and looks like you've got no posing limitations.

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dadrab wrote:That's a really nice upgrade, AFM.

Very natural looking and looks like you've got no posing limitations.  

Thanks my friend. That was definitely the goal. I changed him from the Medicom RAH Spider-Man (Which is the one I did my movies with and was one of the best articulated figures ever) But after braking him four times because the plastic Medicom used was just too brittle. I knew for future projects, I needed to make some major changes.

I was hoping the Hot Toys Homecoming Spider-Mad would fit the bill. Unfortunately he was very limited in articulation to achieve all the Spidey poses I needed, and the suit would get damaged if posed in action poses to long. Now I have none of those worries.

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