LordMudd's trek collection.

Discussion in 'Fan Art' started by LordMudd, May 21, 2014.

  1. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    Since there is apparently no specific place for action figures and such, I suppose I will just have to post this here.
    I have a punch out book of a mobile of Trek ships, including the workbee. I enlarged it to be in scale with the 3.75 inch figures, seen here.
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    Some of my early 3.75 inch customs.
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  2. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    Here is the custom Armus figure I made from scratch, molded and cast in resin. There are only 3 of these in the world. I sent 1 to Jeanne Savin who used to write a Trek article for White's Guide to Collecting Figures and featured in in one of her articles, and I still have the other 2.
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    Here is the classic sick bay bed I scratch built for the Playmates figures.
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    and my custom Spock in Playmates scale.
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  3. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    Some shots of my figure collection.
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  4. Albertese

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    Cool! Action figures are fun! I always wonted to do some custom figures, but never got around to it and eventually lost track of my collection (I think they were in a storage unit I used to have to wound up auctioned off...)

    Anyway, Awesome toys!


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  5. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    Thank you.

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  6. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    Here are a couple of ship models I did, well over 30 years ago. The Scout/Destroyer is obviously a conversion from the AMT Heavy Cruiser. The other is scratch built using a plastic toothbrush box for the body and parts from other spaceship models to dress it out.
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  7. Kaiser

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    Nice ship models :)
     
  8. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    Here is my first Trek custom in a while, Chief Engineer Chekov from STID.
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    Also a Cadet Scotty. Yeah just a head swap, but my first with these figures, opening the door to more.

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  9. publiusr

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    That is really nice.

    I collect all types of plastic odds and ends, but never any time.
     
  10. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    This is the first custom playset I ever did, and is probably about 20 years old.
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    This is how I spent most of my afternoon on the computer.
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  11. publiusr

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    No waste of time designing worlds...
     
  12. LordMudd

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    Another quick head swap and I have Chekov in yellow and Kirk as a cadet.
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  13. Melakon

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    I'm sort of surprised you don't have a custom Harry Mudd in there somewhere. ;)
     
  14. LordMudd

    LordMudd Commander Red Shirt

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    I do. I'm saving it for when I get around to updating my profile with an avatar.

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