Posts by Jack Einhorn

Ringwraith

The Ringwraiths, often referred to as the Nazgûl, are Sauron’s ghastly indentured servants. Originally mortal men, they pledged their service to both Sauron and the One Ring in order to achieve immortality. With no visible physical forms, they are identified by their raggedy black robes.

Stu Pickles

Stu Pickles is the wacky toy inventor father of “Rugrats” main protagonist Tommy Pickles. He is a loving and kind father, but like most of the parents in the Rugrats cast, including his wife Didi, he is oblivious and often outsmarted by the babies in the show.

Pam Poovey

Pamela “Pam” Poovey is the Human Resources director at ISIS, where Archer, Lana Kane, and Dr. Krieger work. She is abrasive, tough-as-nails, and perpetually hungry, all the while managing to be somewhat of a sexual deviant as well.

Jason Voorhees (Part 6)

After finally being defeated and put to rest by Tommy Jarvis, Jason Voorhees is a threat no longer. That is, until Tommy and his friend exhume the corpse just to make sure the Crystal Lake killer is dead – inadvertently reanimating him during an electrical storm. Now Jason lives again and Tommy races to warn the local residents. When no one believes him, it is up to Tommy once again to put an end to Jason’s wanton destruction.

White Goodman

The owner of Globo Gym and the team leader of the Globo Gym Purple Cobras, White Goodman (Played by Ben Stiller) is a fitness-obsessed megalomaniac with one goal – to destroy Average Joe’s Gym.

Kevin from Ed, Edd n Eddy

The most popular and most athletic kid in the cul de sac, Kevin is the primary antagonist of Ed, Edd n Eddy. He frequently bullies and demeans the Eds, and often thwarts their schemes for quarters and jawbreakers.

Strider Hiryu

Strider Hiryu is a futuristic cyber-ninja from the Strider game series, developed by Capcom. He also makes notable appearances in the Marvel vs. Capcom series, representing Capcom alongside other icons such as Ryu and Frank West.

The white athletic tape is for his forearms and legs, and the red athletic tape is for his midsection. Some minor adjustments to both the wig and sword will help to achieve a more accurate look, although are not entirely necessary.

Randy Marsh

Randy Marsh is the goofy and eccentric father to Stan Marsh. A geologist by trade but an alcoholic mischief-maker in his free time, Randy often finds himself caught up in whatever shenanigans his son and his friends are busy with, only to a more passionate degree and with the resources of a financially stable adult man. Put a pencil and a pen or two in the pocket protector to achieve full Randy accuracy.

Timmy Turner

Born to negligent parents and cursed with an evil babysitter, miserable Timmy Turner is granted the guardianship of two fairy god parents, Cosmo Julie Cosma and Wanda Venus Fairywinkle-Cosma, who grant his every wish in Fairly Odd Parents.

Peter La Fleur

A sarcastic slacker with a big heart, Peter La Fleur (played by Vince Vaughn) is the owner and proprietor of Average Joe’s Gym. When he runs into financial trouble and risks losing his gym to fitness goliath Globo Gym, La Fleur enters a dodgeball tournament with his friends in order to win the cash prize and save Average Joe’s.