That's the part I like about the 501st jetpack clone. The fire trail. It just makes the jetpack clone so much cooler. Can you get a better picture of Yoda's house? I see you painted it to look much more realistic.
Good call on removing the breasts from the Tanus. Thats the way the toy should have looked.
Nice choice of coloring on this one. I'd fix the stomach area. It looks unfinished there. Very jagged. I'd invest in a good set of fine tip artist brushes. Its amazing how easy it is to make great results with the right tools.
Greg, maybe we can work out a deal so you can cast this guy. He comes apart very easily. He's a very simple design. In fact the body seems to be a modifed version of Sise Fromm from the same line. I even have an extra unpainted head you can cast. I would just have to repaint it after your done.
I love that clone jedi. He looks really simple to build until I read the parts that you used. He's alot more complicated than he looks but you were able to hide that really well. I like the coloring of the cape.
Lord Cration is very scary. I've never seen the army of darkness figures around here. I wish I could use them for fodder.
My idea is to go the horror movie route. The first one I have planned is a Zombie Yoda. If you have the Jedi vs Sith battle pack, you'll notice that Yoda has these crazy eyes. Perfect for a living dead version of Yoda.
The other figure I'm using for a base is General Grevious from the Jedi vs Sith pack. I initially thought he would make a great skelaton but maybe he can be modified into an bug from Aliens.
Thanks guys. That is a bootleg kit from ebay. It had only a couple of small bubbles on it. Nice casting. I thought about making a modern version. I was thinking a Rancor Keeper for the body. Maybe get Glassman to make me a modern head. Hmmm.
Pigma Micron pens by Sakura are graphic art / drafting pens you can buy at any craft store. Basically they give a nice fine line when drawing on plastic. They are fantastic for drawing eyes and filling in tight spaces. I use them mostly for touch up work. They come in six colors and varing thickness. I use a .005 thickness for eyes. They are a little expensive at a couple of dollars a piece but worth it.