Batmobile (White Knight)
When I started to dive into the world of resin 3D printing, I had one primary goal: BATMOBILES. And near the top of that list was Sean Murphy’s “White Knight” Batmobile. It took me the better part of two years (and a LOT of mistakes!), but I finally got there. (read more...)
Batman (White Knight Beyond)
Sean Murphy’s “Batman: White Knight” series continues to deliver, bringing us new spins on classic characters. In “Beyond the White Knight,” we meet an older Bruce, imprisoned and identity made public. But no cage can hold Batman! Which eventually leads to this new design. The base figure is the standard (read more...)
Batman (White Knight Unmasked)
I am always down for an “unmasked” variation on the shelf! But this one was not on my radar. Artist-specific unmasked heads can be tough. Mr. Murphy’s (excellent) art is no exception. And then I stumbled across a 3D file of unmasked Bruce by Kamikaze-Kuro on Cults3D. A quick download (read more...)
Edmond Wayne (White Knight)
Sean Murphy’s “Curse of the White Knight” story provides a fascinating (and complicated) history of the Wayne family in his Bat universe. We learn of Batman’s ancestor Edmond Wayne, and his efforts to bring justice to early Gotham. This was one of those projects I had not considered until I (read more...)
Victor Fries (GTO)
Another GTO headswap and repaint! Once again, I applied the same process to the White Knight Joker figure I used on other members of the GTO. The trouble was finding an older male head, preferably bald. The solution came from the team at B3dserk Studios. I adapted their Spectre statue (read more...)
Harley Quinn (White Knight v2)
I have already made a White Knight version of Harley in her red coat and glasses, and I am very pleased with it. But I saw someone post this recipe online, and I wanted to try it myself. Can’t have too many versions of Harley! (I can’t recall who posted (read more...)
Lafayette Arkham (White Knight)
Sean Murphy’s “Curse of the White Knight” introduces us to Lafayette “Laffy” Arkham, a tyrant over old Gotham who may or may not be a vampire. We don’t get to spend a lot of time with Laffy, but he is fascinating in that brief encounter. I was well underway on (read more...)
Nightwing (White Knight)
It’s clear in Sean Murphy’s “White Knight” books that he loves the animated series. Nowhere does that shine though more than his Nightwing design. It’s all but lifted straight from TNBA, adding a light jacket for warmth. I love it! The base figure is McFarlane’s Titans Nightwing figure. The jacket (read more...)
Poison Ivy (White Knight)
Like so many other renditions of Bat characters in Sean Murphy’s “White Knight” books, Ivy is a version unto herself. Murphy’s art is loose enough that it can be hard to pin down the details of her costume, but I think I landed on the main points. As I have (read more...)
Red Hood (White Knight)
I know I’m in the minority when I say I am not a Red Hood fan. Thankfully, Sean Murphy’s “White Knight” books are a continuity unto themselves, and as a result Red Hood’s placement in the Bat mythos is a bit different. This Jason Todd is worth my time! My (read more...)