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Re: The Book of Leatherface (Breathing)

Comic:
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Background:
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Figure Tutorial:
You need the following figures:
Joker Thug #004
Dark Deadpool #016
Granny Goodness #036
In total they come out to around $2.35



Remove the arms(keep them holding onto the chainsaw) from Dark Deadpool, cutting at the shoulder seem.


Remove the arms from Joker Thug, you may need to cut into the chest a bit as the left arm is connected to the chest. Remove the head from the Joker Thug. Then remove the head from Granny Goodness. You can cut some of the hair off of the back of Granny Goodness' head, as well off part of the sides, refer to pictures.


Glue the Granny Goodness head onto the Joker Thug.


Glue the Dark Deadpool arms(with chainsaw) onto the Joker Thug. You may have to press them while they dry to ensure a nice fit.





Paint the forearms and hands a natural skin color.


Paint the upper arms white for the shirt sleeves. You can go bright white, don't worry about matching the current dirty white shirt color that Joker Thug has.



Paint the pants a dark blackish blue.


Cut the cape off of granny goodness. You can cut her body away from it pretty easily. Try and form a piece as pictured below.


I cut off the excess bits to form a flat bottom.


I flipped the piece over to the smoother side of the cape that was against Granny's body, then cut a little more off to make it shorter.


Glue the wrinkly side against Leatherface, just below the belt line, try to find a groove to fit nicely against the knees. After it is secured, cut off any excess edges or curves to have a nice apron look. Paint will hide quite a bit so it doesn't have to be perfect.



Paint the butcher's apron a yellowish white. I mixed some white with a little yellow and black to get the off white color. Paint the full apron, going up to his chest, and make straps going around his neck, and around his waist by painting over the belt.



Paint a black tie in the front that would go under the apron, so you don't have to paint much. Refer to the next couple of pics. Then paint the base of the chainsaw yellow, leaving the silver bits as they are.


Paint the hair a dark greyish/black.




Paint the face and neck area a light brown. I mixed some flesh tone with white, yellow, red, and a small amount of black. Add some black stitches on the moth going up to the left side of his face, as well as one going from the right side of his face going up across the forehead. Refer to any pictures for reference.


Paint the shoes a dark grey. Apply a black wash by dabbing some black paint on the brush then dipping in water before applying. It should be a very watery wet black wash that will fill in the creases and cracks with black to give some detail. Wipe off any excess. Finally, apply some blood splatter to the chainsaw and apron if you desire.


Finished look:







Last edited by Arkham; September 7th, 2018 at 02:01 PM.
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