This was a long planned/repeatedly started/never finished project that I finally determined to finish this year. Originally, it was a much more complicated project, but, thankfully, some great figures we're produced in the last few years that simplified it a lot. The first version I started, low those many years ago, used a Batman action figure as a base, and the wings from a Redemption Spawn figure. This was much easier and far better. Forgive the stock/Google photos for the used figures. I didn't take a lot of pictures along the way. First, the figure that made me think, wait... I think I can do this!: The Astral Projection Doctor Strange movie figure. I loved the slightly irideIride plastic used, and the robed look was so perfect for my end goal. But, I wanted flesh tone for the hands and head. First, the obvious choice: The regular Doctor Strange movie figure. I almost decided to just straight up use the heads and hands from this, but it wasn't the look I was going for with that head. But the hands were perfect. I had hoped to find a head that would fit without modifications. I figured my best shot was using another movie figure from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And Captain America seemed a good choice: But... it wasn't a straight fit. The ball joint on the Doctor Strange figure was significantly larger that Captain America's. But, I own a Dremel, so I could fix that. The wings were the biggest challenge. Action Figure-dom is filled with terrible wings. But, I remembered a terrible looking figure that had great wings - Marvel Legends Sentinel Series Angel: With all the components, I began construction. I had to cut the wing mounts back out of the Angel figure, create a seat for it in the Astral Doctor Strange, Dremel down the peg joint so Steve Roger's head could fit, and do a quick fit to see how it all looked together. After that, it was a little more Dremeling, some epoxy, some JB Weld, a little paint, and some Iridescent Medium, and the sacrifice of a star tree topper for the coiled wire to put it on the tree, and I had this: All in all, I am pretty happy with this. It has been on the tree for about two weeks, and hasn't fallen. I will be creating a stronger mount to put it on the tree, since it's heavy, maybe something using pvc pipe and a clothes hanger, but it is done for this year. Merry Christmas, everyone, and God Bless!