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Star Wars Action Figures / Re: 327th Star Corps! Update 3/22/06
« on: March 23, 2006, 01:04 PM »
I think I would have kept the helmet on his head. I really hate that hasbro head and its stupid expression. Great custom though dispite the head. A nice softgood skirt works well here. It would be nice, however,  to see a few scratches on the yellow painted armor. There are alot of scratchs on the white areas but the yellow paint is still perfect.

What happen this time?

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: sp1635s customs updated 3/23/06
« on: March 23, 2006, 12:57 PM »
Nice gi joe mod. We don't get to see many human mechanics in the SW universe. He's nice and greasy.

What you get a C in? 

I like how you brushed that armor. The gauntlets really kick too. This is got to be the best Rykrof yet.
;D Are you calling out DE's Rykrof as better than Chewies   ;)  ;)  Now that is sacrilege.

Yes....Yes I am. :P

I love those eyes. That vintage head never looked so good. A nice solid figure.

Your totally right! Why didn't I put that together. I plan on repainting scorch anyway so why not cast it. Besides, why destroy the figure if I make a mistake in cutting. I can always make another piece.

Brillant! ;D

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Aayla Secura finished
« on: March 22, 2006, 12:55 PM »
I do like these micromen. They are very addicting. At least for the time being, I'm going to be making these guys.  I hope the supply doesn't dry up. After Scorch I want to do Aurra Sing and maybe Vader.

Good idea on the plether, hemble. I'll have to try that on a future microman.

I like how you brushed that armor. The gauntlets really kick too. This is got to be the best Rykrof yet.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Kurse the bounty hunter.
« on: March 21, 2006, 04:36 PM »
What a cool surprise! I like that color scheme for this guy. The helmet actually works well here.

Wow! Very cool tank/hovercraft. I like how it has a r2 head on it. Let me know when you completely run out of display space. I'll take this baby off your hands. It would look great in my new star wars office. (if it ever gets built)

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Custom Works By Jedi_Master_Ben
« on: March 21, 2006, 04:25 PM »
What I like best is the WIP pictures of  Yarna D'al Gargan. That figure is turning out great. Did you sculpt the entire thing or is it based on something?

Just try to find me. I move like the wind.

Anyway, I've got Scorch boiled and poped. Hasbro really cheaped out on this one considering the limited amount of movement. The legs are solid and the arms have limited swing. He reminds me of one of those preposed ep2 figures. Heck even the Cliff Claven figure has more joints. He's really easily to take apart. After a boil he practially fell apart in the pot.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Aayla Secura finished
« on: March 21, 2006, 09:57 AM »
I have a feeling the long thin baloons are too wide to work as a sleave. They should paint up ok though. I've never had trouble painted over latex. I like the idea of the nylon stocking but how do you sow something that narrow and small? Probably by hand. Findswoman would know.

Yah, I know. Odds are I'm going to get my fingers cut up somehow. I have a clamp and magnifying glass that should help protect my fingers.

What a great concept for a scuba trooper! I like how the wet suit is torn a little. The chest plating and helmet look great and is very realistic as a diving helmet. I also like your latest hotty. I like the idea of interchangeable heads. The body is very anime in feel. She could fit in well in a clone wars tv show episode. I also like how her breathing tubes are on the back. You can't cover up her chest with equipment like that. I take it she is pretty static.

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