Custom Delights: Jin Saotome's Inspector Gadget



3:00 PM on 03.31.2012

Jin Saotome has put together quite a few new customs lately, but one has caught our eye in particular. Yes, Jin's put together a different take on Inspector Gadget and all his different ... well, gadgets. Based on Ruben Devela's illustration, this Gadget is based off a DCD Rorschach figure with a DCU Question head with a custom sculpted face to give it that classic look.

The kitbashing continues, though: spawn Interlink sections for the battle damaged arms, Warrarl tunic pieces for the torn edges, some figma-ish character for the lower legs, and various star wars droid limbs for the hat arms.
Terminator parts were used for his lower legs and Apocalypse tubing for his extendo-arms. I then created a Ragnarok Gadget Arm out of all sorts of different blasters/launchers I had laying around and affixed them onto a ML Cable arm. Various other fodder parts were used and attach to his arms or head to form his gadgets.

The kitbashing continues, though: Jin's used, in his own words, "Spawn Interlink sections for the battle damaged arms, Warrarl tunic pieces for the torn edges, some figma-ish character for the lower legs, and various star wars droid limbs for the hat arms. Terminator parts were used for his lower legs and Apocalypse tubing for his extendo-arms. I then created a Ragnarok Gadget Arm out of all sorts of different blasters/launchers I had laying around and affixed them onto a ML Cable arm. Various other fodder parts were used and attach to his arms or head to form his gadgets."

Get all that? Phew, that soudns like a lot of work, but there's no denying that it looks great!

[via toycutter]

 



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