I did these "custom" Masters of the Universe figures when the line died and massive amounts of clearanced figures were available.
As soon as I got some of these new figures, I wished they had a paint wash to bring out their detail. I took it upon myself to do this. He-Man and Man-At-Arms were my first attempts at this, and they came out a little too dirty. So I consider them 'battle-worn'. I tried Orko, Trap Jaw, and Fire Armor Skeletor next, and I'm pleased with the way they came out, Orko especially.
First up, He-Man.
Man-At-Arms vs. Trap Jaw (all my MAA pics were too blurry, and my camera's charging right now)
Fire Armor Skeletor. I hated that stupid missile-launching staff the figure originally had, so I used the staff I had from a Skeletor I used for a Faker custom and swapped heads. I like this one much better. I added some red to the flames on the armor since they needed some more detail.
And lastly we have my two Faker customs. I still don't have a Faker from the 200x line, and since prices on ebay are too damn high, I made my own. The one on the left is my first attempt, which I really like. The second one, on the right, I attempted to go with a Terminator-esque version, by adding some silver and red where his flesh broke and cutting off a hand. I consider this one unfinished, since I had the idea last night to stick some straightened-out paperclips into the stub to give it a better look. And I figured if he was supposed to pretend to be He-Man, he should at least wear his armor.
Comments and critiques most welcome.
As are offers to sell me other 200x figures like Keldor, Moss Man, and vintage figures.