Saturday, 20 September 2014

Cerebus Action Figure: The Bottom Half

The latest update from George Peter Gatsis:
"For scale... The partially built action figure is standing on a letter size paper."
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11 comments:

David Birdsong said...

C'n I interest ya in 'alf an aardvark?

eric fennessey said...

I want Famous the Half-an-Aardvark, gold plated!

Jeff Seiler said...

By any chance, are these prototypes being produced by one of them new-fangled 3-D Star-Trekkie replicator thingies?

George Peter Gatsis said...

To JEFF...

MAKERBOT REPLICATOR 2

AND...

I'll take suggestions on items to include other than:

HELMET
SWORD - short and long
SHIELD - small
VEST
COINS - Gold & Silver
MEDALIONS

Suggestions?

George

Sean R said...

MISSY, George, MISSY. PLEASE. MISSY DOLL, Cerebus GUY NEEDS A MISSY DOLL.

Also, the name of this should totally be "Cerebus's Guy."

:)

Also, looking great!

Anonymous said...

Sphere of purest gold.

Pope gown.

Prime Minister outfit: suit with vest and white wig.

Also, just a suggestion, Cerebus' mouth should be closed.

- Reginald P.

Adam Ell said...

A removeable ear. With alternate stump to plug into the hole.

No, that was just crazy talk. All I really need is the vest and the sword and the medallions but the shield and helmet are very cool too.

And yeah, Most Holy's robes and Missy would be great but...the price, the price...

David Birdsong said...

Interchangeable wives...

Travis Pelkie said...

Pop out wang?

C'mon, I can't be the only one!

Jeff Seiler said...

Pelkie, u r not the only one. I had the exact same first reaction.

Mrs. Tynsdale-Clyde's Tea rules!

Anonymous said...

Missy is the perfect suggestion. Other than a big ol' ale tankard, or a buggidascodge, I can't imagine better accessories.

One suggestion on the sculpt- I really, really hate the mouth wrapping all the way under Cerebus' face. The one-mouth-on-each-side-of-his-face thing is kind of one a' the defining features on the lil' bastard.

That out of the way, I am genuinely gobsmacked by the incredible sculpt and articulation on this figure. Absolutely blown away by the accuracy of the character's (non-action figure friendly) features, and the sheer amount of movable joints. Top-notch work.

Now if we can just get one in 1/10th scale...

- Wes Smith