Wow! I've got to try doing this. That looks like a huge amount of dremeling out. Did you nick any of the armor as you worked? How do you hold the armor piece as you dremel? Do you have a special clamp? Please don't tell me you hold each piece with your fingers.
Cool! Nice and vintage feeling c-3po. Is that the c-3po where the arms and legs come off? If so, it might be a cool idea to make a human arm to replace one of the gold ones. That way he can look like he's getting into his costume. You could then switch the arms back and forth. He's a very good counterpart to my modern version.
Super cool peasent. I might suggest cutting the strips of fabric a little thinning for the head wrap. That would make the head wrap seem to be more in scale with the head. I really like that poncho. Any plans for a design on it? Somekind of simple zig zag?
Sounds like a plan to me. I've got a cartoon style Yoda that Glassman sent me a long time ago in a.... I've been wanting to reposition him into the stance he has on the back of most star wars toys. You know, the one that advertises shop.starwars.com.
Great job Darth_Ennis. The hair came out great. It isn't as easy as one might think. I think the hair on the green one turned out better than the blue one. The paint job is well done. I'd suggest reducing the length of the necks. They are way too long.
It is errie! Where did you find that head? Your hair is a little darker thought but everything looks just about right. I forgot you were working on this guy. It's good to finally see him. You need to send this to Jason over at ffurg to have him put it in the group projects page. firstname.lastname@example.org