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Hi All

Robo-Quack - Cheers mate and thanks for the feedback.

DarkKnight2k4 - Thanks heaps and glad you like it.


Hi Ya Glorbes

Mate this is a great addition to your other SW figures, I really like the way the uniform and armour turned out and I like the vibro blade turned out. The armour is very rustic looking which I like very much and the tunic is very different but gives him his own personality well done mate.


Hi glorbes

It's good to see your own section over here, I've commented on the older figures over at Fwoosh but again you are the king when it comes to combining different parts and materials together.

The Stormtrooper Mk 2 -  is awesome it's something that you would expect to see doing patrols in and around Mos Eisley, The helmet is very well done I did'nt even notice the pipe until you said it was crooked but it's only minor.

Obi Wan - What a great take on Obi in clone armour very old republic but still holding the true essence of the SW universe I like the fact that you went with a darker metallic look with the armour instead of the white armour look, as always the combination of plastics and cloth work is awesome keep up the fantastic work.


Hi All

glorbes - Thanks as always for the kind words mate there always appreciated, it's good to be doing customs again and I'm looking forward to getting back into ML customs once the wife and daughter have moved to my new posting.


Hi All

Well I'm leave again for the easter break so I took pics of my lastest custom let me know what you think.

Body - New white Endor Rebel soldier
Rifle - Is parts from different weapons which were cut of and added until I got the desired look.
Helmet and blaster - votc Stormtrooper helmet
base - Plastic fish tank plants, railway shrubs and dirt from the back yard.

The figure was given a wash of matt black and then he was repainted using Dark greens, browns, tans and khaki's to get the desired effect and the paints used were Reaper and Vallejo paints.


Hi All

Happy Noodle Boy - Thanks for the kind words mate very much appreciated and there will be more modified troopers and helmets coming.


Star Wars Dioramas and Displays / Re: ROTJ rebel meeting diorama
« on: April 1, 2007, 06:04 AM »
Even without the figures in the dio it is still very very impressive you my friend are a master at making dios.


Star Wars Action Figures / Re: :: customs by ornicar ::
« on: April 1, 2007, 06:02 AM »
Man you have got a great eye for detail your paint apps are brillant keep up the great work and look forward to seeing more great pieces.


WOW O WOW that is some awesome looking scuplting work I must say really look forward to see how they turn out when there painted.


man you have some great looking figures the scuplting work is awesome very well done indeed.



mate you done some great customs the commandos look excellent and I like the articulated legs very nice work.


Hi Fritz

Mate you keep coming up with such great looking figures and all are exceptional as always, but the Rebel Commando's are simply stunning the jump suit style uniforms look great well done buddy.


Star Wars Dioramas and Displays / Re: ROTJ rebel meeting diorama
« on: March 17, 2007, 06:11 PM »
Man that is one hell of a dio the detail is amazing terriffic work mate.

Hi All

Famine - Thanks for the reply mate, and with the colour I was'nt to fussed with the colour I just liked the colour so  went with it.

Deanna Rash - Cheers buddy glad you like him.


Hi All

Here is another trooper I finished around the same time as Obi in clone armour enjoy

Head - Stormtrooper helmet cut and modified and the head underneath is a seals head.
Legs and Arms - Stormtrooper's
Body - Biker Scout
Shoulder Pad - SandTrooper
Cloak - CloneTrooper

He was given a wash of Matt black and then wiped cleaned and once dried he was painted using Vallejo and Reaper miniature paints. The base is from a 2 dollar store and a mixer of static grass and kitty litter was mixed together and then glued over the top of plaster of Paris which was painted dark brown.


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