Base; Aunt May (!)
Other parts; 9" Fembot head,
Barbie scalp, Dragon straps & holster, Wolverine boot-feet, GI
Joe M16, soft toy eye. 21st Cen. pouch
And I thought the makers of Hasbro's DC9" hated customisers - not only is the blonde hair well-rooted in the Fembot but it's frelling glued in there too. After much attempted plucking, trying to chip/rip away the glue I eventually gave in. Managed to get the front unrooted pretty well, but the back... the back ended up being sliced off. Re-rooted what was left of the Fembot and then scalped a cheap black-haired Barbie and used a section of that to cover the gaping head wound!
A little bit of sculpting was needed on the nose to build up the bridge. Then some repainting.
Next, out with the black materials... those trousers *are* black. Honest - they're a kind of canvassy material that the camera obviously didn't like. Found a use for those booted feet the X-Men movie X-Men sets came with - perfect for Aeryn's combat boots... which are still to be finished (waiting on some little silver buckles for the sides).
Her waistcoast is black pleather - cut a rough one-piece version out of the material, pinned it on the figure and drew on what needed to be cut, expanded etc. and then from that I made a three-section version, sewed in some detailing and pieced it together... and fortunately it fitted. Just. The back needs a little extra work, but Aeryn's hair hides that for now.
Belt and holster come from a Dragon 12" figure, just repainted the clips silver. The belt pouch is from a 21st Century 12" soldier (all via the good folks at http://www.monkeydepot.com). Aeryn's gun started life as one of those basic M16s(?) which come with GI Joes. Sliced that up a bit, stuck a soft toy eye on the back, and the washer from one on the front and it makes a pretty passable (albeit overlarge!) pistol.