Marvel Legend Style Snake-Eyes v.2 & Timber By Sephiroth

by Jay Cochran
March 19, 2006



This week's TNI Cool Custom Of The Week was done by Sephiroth,who has created a Marvel Legend style Snake-Eyes v.2 & Timber figure. Here is how he describes the creation of it.

Parts used:

For the backpack, I used ML Nick Fury's jetpack as the base and heavily modified/sculpted it with Apoxie Sculpt. The backpack uses two metal hooks that attach to belt on Snake-Eyes' back. It has two rubber attachement points (made from those little comm-link things that some 3 3/4" figures came with) that can secure the sword firmly in place as well as the uzi and many other weapons/accessories.

Snake-Eyes comes complete with the following removable weapons/accessories: Backpack, Knife, Pistol, Uzi, Long Sword, Wrist-Arrow, and Timber.

Snake-Eyes, Agent of SHIELD? Well, I did use Nick Fury as the base for this custom which is kinda cool since the original Snake-Eyes character was strongly influenced by one of Larry Hama's "Fury Force" characters.



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