Heavy/Scratch: "Saw" movie "Billy the Puppet" crossover

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  1. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    The story:

    The FBI and local police had finally become painfully keen to Jigsaw's pattern of unpredictability, but it didn't matter. Jigsaw was always a few steps ahead, expecting the seen and unforeseen circumstances that could potentially obstruct his divine campaign of morbid justice.

    As it became increasingly difficult to pursue and apprehend his victims, Jigsaw knew a drastic change in his method was inevitable. Extremely impressed by the efficient transformation technology he had seen portrayed in the movie "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," he decided to implement the same technology into one of his own devices, making it easier than ever to carry out his bidding.

    Insidiously yet innocently, Billy the Puppet made his way into a family's home almost effortlessly, disguised as a harmless child's playtoy, making him the ultimate Trojan Horse. Combining his new "D.E.A.D." technology (Drone Enhanced Apprehension Device) with transformation capabilities, Billy unfolds quietly with horrifying precision at Jigsaw's remote command...injects and paralyzes his (adult) victims...and then drags them to a predetermined location for retrieval and "preparation"...​

    Billy was made from a 12" puppet figure and tricycle combo produced by Neca. I took parts from both, and scratch-built the rest. Everything remains connected during transformation, no parts-forming. The only thing that detaches is his little syringe, which magnetically hides under his torso-panel in alt-mode. I took the sound chip from Billy and installed it in the custom base, which speaks six different quotes straight from the movie at the push of a button.:cool: ​


     

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  2. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    5 more pics. The 4th is a comparison shot with the original toy I used, & the 5th is a mid-transformation shot. :ev: 
     

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  3. thyvipera

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    damn, that's awesome. excellent work as usual man
     
  4. Nightwind

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    This is one of the most bizarre concepts I have ever seen. I love it! Seriously, I would love to have even a fraction of your talent! Fantastic work! :thumb 
     
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  6. spoonman

    spoonman Kitbasher extrordinaire!

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    Horrifying! Seriously. I'm disturbed but great work! Totally original and waaaay off the beaten path.
     
  7. Sharktibolt

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    And this is how he plans to get children for his games.

    I've never watched the SAW movies, but this is still a fantastic piece of work. :thumb 
     
  8. Deceptigtar

    Deceptigtar Sworn Decepticon Assassin

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    yeah this is pretty sweet!!!! Deffinately and odd paring but I love when ppl choose something totally crazy that something in the comic/cartoon realm.

    Nice job!
     
  9. plowking

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    Dude!!!!....can I have it?!!

    Friggin SAWEET!!
     
  10. Insecticons

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    Your Custom beats everything i saw around here.
    Forever. :D 
     
  11. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks man, I'm just tryin to keep my profile here from collectin dust! :lol  Wish I could get these out there faster.
     
  12. fateastray

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    Quite amazing!
     
  13. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks man, I always aim to work out of the norm, pushing the boundaries. I have a lot of ideas just like this one, just waiting to be made...
     
  14. KINGBOTZ

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    Ha! I've met a few kids that could probably benefit from Jigsaw's "therapy," but until then, he's focused on adult prospects :lol 
     
  15. Ezilla82

    Ezilla82 Expect the Unexpected.

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    This is got to be the most bizarre and disturbing crossover I ever witness, but its impressive.

    FYI: I hate Saw, its too slow and painful for me to watch those death scene. I prefer slasher flicks especially F13. Those death scenes are quick, but still painful. LOL
     
  16. KINGBOTZ

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    He's goin' up for auction tonight, and depending how it goes I may commission more of 'em. :cool: 
     
  17. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks bro, forever's a long time!
     
  18. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    You're right, it's true, the scenes are slow and grisly...and they keep your heart pounding because you never know the outcome of the "games" and how brutal the end-result will be.

    Actually, it's the complexity, ingenuity and simplicity of the traps plus the twist at the end that had me hooked from Saw 1.
     
  19. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks man, all it takes is a vision, hard work and all the spare time you got! :cool: 
     
  20. icanfly

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    That could be the most twisted custom I've ever seen

    I like it!

    JL
     

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