Third batch of dollar store figures repainted. Left to right (as always)
Red Hood: This is the pre new 52 version of Jason Todd that had a partner named Scarlett that clashed with Dick Grayson & Damian Wayne's Batman & Robin in the Revenge of the Red Hood story arc. The costume is a little gawdy, but I just had to take a crack at it. I used a Superman as a base, replaced the head with a sculpted helmet, sanded then repainted.
Batman of Zur-En-Arrh: Regardless if you prefer this as the alien version of Batman from Planet X or as his backup personality, this costume is definitely an attention getter. The color scheme alone made this a challenge to the painter in me. This is one of my best painted bats on the chest btw
Nightwing: Dick Grayson needs no introduction, and since finding the figure in the series was impossible (I've only seen it in a set on Amazon), I decided to make my own. Using a superman as a base again, I took off the cape, filled in the gaps with putty, drilled out the hands and made the escrima sticks from some gun barrels off some toy soldiers. The positive is that the figure is in a significantly more dynamic pose than the actual one. Went with the blue color instead of the new 52 red because I've always associated nightwing with blue and black. I think it turned out pretty good considering I was painting it half asleep