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Here is my first Custom of 06'

Remeber that scene in "The Empire Strikes Back",when that Poor TIE Pilot is sent Hurdleing, On Fire, through Space after his Fighter is Destroyed by an Asteroid. Well this is that Guy. LMK what you think.

Here are some of my favorites from 05'

Luke Skywalker Bespin Fatigues by scoobacca

Sharad Hett the Tusken Jedi Warlord by KRYART

Juggnaut by whitekite20

Mon Calamari Dancer by Glassman6

Vintage Clone Evolutions Carded by Glassman6

Vintage Clone Trooper Evolutions by  Glassman6

 Republic Commandos by: Concept_UK

Clone Commissar Straasha by AESEVEN7 and jubjubjedi

The Emperors Throne Room by Daigo_Bah

Commander Gree by sith_fire30

Josser Enloe by CHEWIE

Biker Scout by Gregorbian

Commander Cody by sith_fire30 and Bantha5

Wookiee Heavy Loader by magillafett

I plan on getting the 1st Chapter of my Photo Novel Series finished.
Here's a preview pic

I'll be making a Ton of Customs for this series as well as some Stuff Just for Kicks.

You are deffinately Tops in the Paint department. Are the Iron Man and the Captain America the 4" Scale figs or the Marvel Legends Figs. I Can't tell from the Pics. Either way they look great.

Keep up the Great Work :)

Great Idea w/ those Modular Sets. I have a little background in Theater Set Design and we did this all the time for Plays. Alot of time we would paint the Backside of our peices to look like a totally different enviroment. I've been doing all my Photo Novel Work on a Green Screen and Photo shoping in the Enviroments. It's a pain in the u know what.

The Tonika Sister look Great. Excellent Job w/ the hair. Unfortunatly I did'nt have the Fodder to give these a try.

Keep up the Great work :)

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Customs by Fritzkrieg Update 12-27-2005
« on: December 30, 2005, 05:29 PM »
Thanks for all the Great feedback guys.

I'm glad you like the Dead Troopers. I've got a bunch more Deadites to work with so you'll see alot of your favorite Army Builder types given the "Dawn of the Dead Treatment".
I've got a TIE Pilot who's Cold Dead Body is Just waiting to be hurdleing through Space. Think the begining of     "Enemy Mind".

I'm kind of sad ??? It looks like these guys are going to the Custom Retirement Bin.

They were some of my more challengeing pieces but now their obsolete.

At least we'll always have room for our Fan Fic. Customs.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: opinion
« on: December 30, 2005, 12:28 PM »
I read somewhere the George Lucas Put the Fin on the Clone Armor so it would looked like it was made of metal? The article epxlained that the Clones actually wore metal Armor that was later replace by the Plastisteel worn by Stormtroopers. If I can remeber where I read that I'll let you know. I've read so many things about Clones and Stormtroopers it's hard to remeber what was from what.
You know what I mean?

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: opinion
« on: December 30, 2005, 11:53 AM »
Judging by what I've seen in the Movies. I'd say the Armour is cast in Metal then coated by a White Ceramic Enamel to give it  enviromental resistant properties. You can see in the pics below of Gree and Cody that where the Armor is heavily damaged the Metalic Coloration of the Armor shows through as seen in Cody's Chest Plate Scar and you can see the White Enamel where the Paint is Chipped on Gree's Shoulder Pads

Just my 2cents worth,

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Ryan's Customs - Updated 12/28/05
« on: December 29, 2005, 05:18 PM »
Great Work!

I really love the Rebel Sandy Concept.

The Color Palet you chose is perfect for a Desert Warrior.

The Goggles meld very well w/ the Helmet. It must have been a pain to seperate them from Garidans head.

You've inspired me to give this Concept a Try for myself.

Great work I can't wait to see more,


Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Gregorbian's Customs - UPDATE 12/29/05
« on: December 29, 2005, 05:10 PM »
Thats a great looking set of
Characters you've got there!

I like the color scheme and you did an excellent job on the Pin stripeing.

These Guys remind me of a Very Imperial like Navy that apeared in one of the Old "Battlestar Galactica" Episodes. I can't think of their name but I'll look it up and get back to you on that. What did you use for the shoulder pads?

The Sgt. is my favorite. His Bionic Claw Really gives his Character some history and creates interest. Did you make these guys for a Photo Novel?

The custom weapons are a nice touch. You modified the real world weapons just enough to give them that Star Wars

My only Critique is their Helmets seem to Real World for my taste,  maybey you could modify them. Try adding some antennae, or mabey some type of Crest or Ornament.

Great work can't wait to see more,


Star Wars Action Figures / Hot Shot ARC Gunship Pilot
« on: December 27, 2005, 10:18 PM »
Nothing to complicated here. I was just watching my
"Clone Wars" Volume II DVD, I recieved for Christmas and decided to repaint one of my Evolutions Clone Pilot Helmets to ressemble the Bad BLEEP Clone Pilot from the Opening Episode. The hardest part was painting the Bat-like symbol on the Helmet. LMK what you think.

Great Looking Batch you've got there Chewie!

Heldarr- Great looking Goon. The only thing I would change is, mabey add a holster. And those are deffinatly not
 Ki Adi Mudi's Boots. His are much more Buckineerish.

Darth Plageuis-The Best Concept of this Character I've seen so far. Although Jedistyle's suggestion on the Color Change on the Robes to a Purple or Burgundy would be more in-line with Traditional Sith Garb.

Can't Wait for the next Rykroff chapter.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Gregorbian's Customs - UPDATE 12/25/05
« on: December 27, 2005, 04:05 PM »
Great Job!

Your 12" Stuff is Sweet. I have A Bunch of WWII 12 figs. that I've Customized, but I've only made a few Star Wars 12" Customs. You've inspired me to try out a few more.

Both of these 4" customs came out came out really well.

The Mandalore looks great. I like the fact that it's not another Fett Repaint and the Silver Visor is a nice original touch. I picked up a couple of these Kicker figs myself. They are currently sitting in my WIP pile waiting to become Coruscant Speeder Bike Cops.

The Assassin Droid is the real stand out of the Bunch. The Parts Work perfectly together. The Articulation looks well preserved if not improved.  The Paint Aps. are very neat( Good Choice on the Colors). And the Weathering is very realistic.

I can't wait to see more. Keep up the great Work.

Customizing Tips and Tricks / Re: Durability vs. Detail
« on: December 27, 2005, 10:09 AM »
Until recently, I was deffinatley in the detail camp. But this weekend while organizing my Star Wars Room (a never ending project), I destroyed one of my favorite customs, when I stepped on it.  The Hasbro figure I used for the base was not damaged but the Paint Aps were toast. I've also started making Photo Novels, And I am forever touching up where Articulated parts chip the paint while poseing them. So I' m starting to explore more durable options.

R.I.P. Sexy Twilek Chic

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