Xevoz Custom Gallery
by Mr. Stinkhead.
You know I have a major jones for Xevoz, not only do they look great, but the capability to customize and kit-bash is incredible. I have been viewing custom galleries on the net and have seen some truly inspirational creations. Here are just a few of the sets that really show a love for the toy, and great ingenuity.
Kit-bashing is the method of using pieces or accessories from multiple sets to improve (or create from anew) an action figure. This is done without paint, glue, or dremmeling for the most part. Customizing employs every techinique you could think of. Boiling, painting, cutting, slicing, decals, etc. You can really kit-bash some sweet looking Xevoz, but we've decided to showcase some above-average customs below.
by Cemetary Man
Though consisting of mainly Skull Jack, Dune Stinger, and Quick Slinger, the use of cloth ponchos and various props really cracked me up. Skull Jack is pretty much my personally favorite Xevo... so this one really tickled a nerve. I've also included a few really sweet kit-bashes. Mecha Elvis consists of Sledge Trooper, Crypt Curse, Shield Breaker, Alpha Ranger, Quick Slinger, and Shock Berserker.
by Golden Gonzo
Hellboy, the comic book and now movie star is reproduced beautifully with a bit of paint and a mix of pieces, including the hand from the Stikfas Mechana and the arm from Street Punk.
Six Shooter and Scarecrow
by Sock Monkey
Using pieces from Dune Stinger, Preda Crawler, Sky Grinder, Crypt Curse, Sledge Trooper and at least three Quick Slingers. Following that, his creepy scare crow is made up from Quick Slinger, Crypt Curse, Hyper Fury, Skull Jack, Sky Grinder, and Shock Bezerker.
We're getting ready to announce a large custom/kit-bash Xevoz contest, so get your pieces organized and your brushes ready, we will be announcing the rules and the prizes very soon.
Be sure to check out our complete Xevoz Coverage with pics of all the waves and where to buy.
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