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    Default Joker cutoms, and modification thread

    Post all Joker customs or modifications here! Here's my Jack.






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    Great pics. Looks realistic.

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    Here's my WIP custom... yeah, it's a recast BobbyC head. A buddy of mine who knows nothing of this hobby bought it for my birthday. Figured I might as well use it since it is a great sculpt. Paint and hair by Mus_Musculus on the boards, the coat and pants are being weathered by him at the moment.


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    So how would I start putting hair onto a Joker sculpt? Any suggestions?
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    RIP the wonderful Daron (DGTWoodward, 1964-2013).

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    Cut pieces of Tibetan lamb fur and glue them to the sculpt.
    Last edited by Rdeezy; 10-30-2014 at 07:14 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Britain View Post
    So how would I start putting hair onto a Joker sculpt? Any suggestions?
    I used Barbie doll hair.

    You can glue it onto the existing plastic hair in small patches. It's time consuming but worth it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jokes & Bats View Post
    I used Barbie doll hair.

    You can glue it onto the existing plastic hair in small patches. It's time consuming but worth it.


    Did you end up adding more after this pic? On the left side, you can see through the real hair to the sculpted hair. I saw some other pics of yours and the hair looked different?

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    Yeah, I completely re-did it. I pulled all the hair off from my first attempt and started again.

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    Love to see what you finally decided on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jokes & Bats View Post
    I used Barbie doll hair.

    You can glue it onto the existing plastic hair in small patches. It's time consuming but worth it.


    Thanks mate, that gives me a great starting point. So you just cut it off the Barbie, glued one end and then stuck it down? Did you paint it afterwards/ before or did you dye it? Also, do you use any gel or curl the hair or anything?

    Wow, these questions feel so wrong.
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    RIP the wonderful Daron (DGTWoodward, 1964-2013).

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