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Custom Kitchen- TMNT Slash

I’ve been heavily requested lately to review some of my own custom action figures and while I don’t think that reviews of customs are very news worthy, I have devised a way to have them set up on the side bar of the front page here at ToyWorldOrder.com. Welcome to the first post of something I like to call Custom Kitchen! This is a small blog about custom action figures that includes the ins and outs of what went into the creation of them .

This weeks Custom is hot off the work bench. Introducing a TMNT Slash Custom. Slash had always been a favorite figure of mine in the original line and I felt that he deserved a figure to match the new TMNT 4″ line from Playmates Toys. And while PT may end up releasing him down the line, I just simply couldn’t wait. :P

TMNT Slash Custom
Body: 4″ TMNT 2012 Raphael
Shoulder pads: Taken and repainted from the original Slash figure.
Weapons: Razor Repainted original Spiked Gnarly Knife and recast of the the 2012 Raph Sai, slightly modified

Points of Articulation: Head , Shoulders, Elbows, Wrists, Legs, Knees

Work done: Sculpted new shell, Claws were made of Resin and Styrene, Drilled out eye to be larger and scuplted a rise in the mask, Sculpted Spikes and Toenails, and Paintwashed the teeth for that viscous look!

About the author


BC Direct has been collecting action figures for two decades, pursuing it as hobby next to his career in the entertainment industry. He has been involved in the Food and Beverage Review game for several years inside his mind and decided that the world of Toy Reviews would be the next logical step. When he isn’t dancing with the stars or risking his life on Deadliest Catch, he can be found in his studio creating and customizing action figures and accessories. He is very energetic in expressing his opinion, often past the point of tactfulness or making sense. But what else can be expected from someone who would rather pull his teeth, than bite his tongue?

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