Most of the time when I design my Mythic Legions customs, I create a single new figure/character. Recently, I decided to embark on a bigger project and create a little mini-wave of characters that I am calling my "Woodland Bandits". These are obviously inspired by Robin Hood and his Merry Men, but reimagined so they fit within the world of Mythoss. This figure is my version of Robin's half-brother, Will Scarlet. When designing this character, I played up on his name of "scarlet", both in the color of his attire, and by associating that color with blood. This is why I decided to make him a vampire - or perhaps a half-vampire, since he is clear out during the daytime!
Be sure to also see the individual pages for my versions of Robin, Friar Tuck, Little John, Azeem, and the Sheriff of Nottingham. You can also read this character's story on my Instagram page.
This tribute to Will Scarlet used a variety of parts. His torso and loin piece are from a Mythic Legions Skapular. His upper arms are from a Baron Volligar, while his lower arms and hands are from a WWE Create a Superstar Bray Wyatt. Those pieces were customized so that they pop onto the ML elbow pegs like any other piece, retaining all articulation and movement.
For the figure's lower body, I went with some legs from a Masters of the Universe Eldor. I used Apoxy Sculpt to add some size to the peg at the waist of those legs. This allowed me to pop it into the ML toros like any normal set of ML legs. The faulds part is from a ML Attlus figure.
The head and scarf are from a Soul Reaver Raziel figure from NECA. The neck post, which you cannot see under the scarf, is a custom one I had which fits MOTU neck holes. Since the Raziel head uses a similar neck opening, this attachment worked great and allowed me to use the head without needing to dremel it. This head/scarf was really the key piece of this custom for me, as it really helps this figure stand out from the other vampires in the world of Mythoss.
The crossbow, quiver, and arrows are all from a Lord of the Rings Crossbow Uruk-hai figure.