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That would work except I think I would have to cut the hood. I'm glad you guys like it. I was a little afraid it wasn't going to look very good especially after I cracked the torso. I had to hide the damage with a little sculpty.

How's this?

I think I like the cloth cape better.

Your right. I thought about taking the obiwan vinyl cape. I'll have to try that.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Gregorbian's Customs - UPDATE 09/27/05
« on: December 7, 2005, 09:06 PM »
That has to be the cleanest and sharpest 12" ARC clone I've ever seen. Too bad he doesn't have the saddle bags on his skirt. I but I can live. That's a bad ass gun you gave him!

Thanks In Rem. The belt is really the only part I'm not happy with. I think it makes him look fat. But it's mostly there to keep him together since I had to split the torso with a rotary tool.

That speeder bike is very boss. It is a little overboard on weathering but I know its hard not to get carried away doing it.  I also like the clones. For the first blue ARC you should definitely color the bags on his legs. They blend a little too much and should add another level if detail. The second blue arc I think is a better paint job. It's good to see the AOTC clones with removable helmets.

Welcome to the group! :D

Very nice set of rebels there.

Here are a few of my past ones. I am planning a new one for this month since I missed last month.

Rebel Fleet Trooper

General Riekan

Ten-nuib with proper colors

Y-wing pilot with proper colors

Oh, and this want-a-be

I've finished my Count Dooku done in the vintage style. All the parts are vintage except the cape. The head is repainted obiwan. The arms and legs are jedi luke and the torso is death star commander.

It does fit in to the clone wars very well. That's a vehicle I would like to see hasbro rerelease. It would be great to have updated eletronics and voices.

As long as they can be easily identified as the Tonnika sisters and not just two random female figures then go for it.

I have no idea what your are talking about. Your grammer doesn't make sense. If your looking for fodder to make a kingdom hearts character, they did make Kingdom Hearts figures a few years ago. They weren't star wars size but you might be able to repaint them or turn them into a bust. Here is a picture from an ebay auction. Just type in "Kingdom Hearts figures".

Here is my first work in progress update on my Tonnika Sisters. I followed the advice of the receipe above and used two different heads for the figures. I used an ep1 Padme and a slave girl Leia for the heads. The bodies are Princess Leia Collection Ceremony Leias. I had to chop off their lower legs to put new boots on them. Two ep1 battle dress Amidalas supplied the boots. You may notice that the Leia head one is a little taller than the Padme one. I had to shorten the neck on the padme to get the right effect. Also the leg was cut higher on the Padme one. These girls are sisters and not twins.

Here is a picture of them in the underwear. :o

I was just there today. The forum is down though.

For those that are looking for a recipy for starting their Tonnika sisters, this one comes from Michael Collins over at the FFURG recipe area.

Step 1

First I swapped heads so Ceremonial Leia's head (regular carded version) was on "Collectors Series" Leia body and vice versa. Why you ask? Well the one in green is about a foot taller and REALLY beautiful and that Ceremonial Leia is taller than any other female figure. The one in Blue has that scowl on her face that looked like (carded) Ceremonial Leia but she's shorter so the head swap worked out great.

Step 2

The outfits were pretty easy, wristbands, belt and that neck colar thingy were made with A/B Epoxy (yes I augmented their breasts as well.)

Step 3

On Ceremonial Leia I had to chop off her lower calves and glue on boots from another regular Princess Leia. I usually superglue a paperclip between the boots and the legs for a stronger bond.

Step 4

Shave their heads so they are completley bald and paint the body now. i repainted their flesh to a more pale but try to leave the eyes alone.

Step 5

Used my infamous sewing thread technique for the hair. I just superglued a bunch on the sides and back of their heads and then put a little dab of A/B Epoxy on top and wrapped string around their heads into that beehive hair-do they got going.

Step 6

Now you can do any final touchups on their faces, lipstick, eyeliner, etc.

She works great for customs. I used her for my Lumiya and calamari dancer a few months back.

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