While I thought Grundy was a pain to sculpt, that was nothing compared to the Gorilla Grodd project! Grodd originally began as a Marvel Legends Smart Hulk figure. I sanded down most of the surface details and then began slice apart the arms and legs. Using metal rods, I repositioned the limbs to better match the proportions of a gorilla. The hands and feet came from various Hulk figures, and eventually everything was covered over with Magic Sculpt to bring out the other details.

Grodd is a bit rougher than I hoped he’d be, but overall I’m happy with how he turned out. He’s certainly a brick in person, easily outweighing the other figures in the set.

Created Spring 2009

Featured in CustomCon 22


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