New Weed In Town

Today we have Frozen Snakeweed from the Nickelodeon episode "New Girl In Town."
The figure is 100% repainted to match the show with slight sculpting done to the face to add the exploded canister.
The legs are also carved out a bit more around the knee joint so he stands taller.
Hope you like him and thanks for looking!
This bad boy much like Mutated Fish Woman April are currently for sale on eBay!



Here he is folks! Bellybomb, one character I've wanted an action figure of since I was a kid!
I spent quite a bit of time on this one and made sure he was just right.
I opted not to give him eyelashes as I thought it made the figure look odd.
Bellybomb is from the TMNT Adventures series by Archie Comics.
He can be seen in Issues #23, #24, & #25.
I based the look and sculpt on a number or drawings I had of him from all the different artists that drew him.



Belly Bomb is my newest Archie TMNT Adventures custom figure and I couldn't be more excited!
I've wanted a toy of this guy ever since he graced the pages of the comics!
What you see here is the unpainted sculpt of the figure I've been working on.
The painted version will be posted very soon.
He was made using a Marvel Legends Unleashed Doctor Octopus figure and lots of Super Sculpey.

I started out by sanding him down and hallowing out his gut and sculpting his boots.
Next I sculpted the inside of his mouth, tongue, & belt buckle.

Then I sculpted his bottom set of teeth.
Next I made his upper mouth and part of his eye-stalk that I hoped could be articulated.
Next the upper set of teeth are added.

Sadly the eye-stalk could not be articulated so I had to go back and sand down what I had sculpted and remove the neck peg and re-sculpt everything.

Back to sculpting the eye-stalk here, realizing I had to do it in parts.
Next came the eye and eye socket and lots and lots of detail.
Next I sculpt the bumps on the top of his head and the eyes in the palms of his hands.

Now I add the horns.
I did a lot for this last bit as I added the cuffs to his jacket, his jacket, and collar.
Here a front view of this last step.
I hope you enjoyed this step by step look at Belly Bomb as much as I did making him!
I've not done this sort of thing before so please do let me know if you enjoyed it and would to see me do this with more figures.
Next week the fully painted figure!