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Star Wars Action Figures / Imperial Genral (Desert WarfareDivision)
« on: November 17, 2005, 10:16 PM »
I had this Gen. Patton head laying around that was just beggin for an Imp. Officer Body to be attached to. So here he is Genral Patton,Officer of the 1st Galactic Empire.

I know it's not a very skillfull custom, just a head swap and a paint job, but you have to admit Genral Patton would have made a Great Imperial Officer.
LMK what you think.

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Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Customs by Fritzkrieg Update 11-16-2005
« on: November 16, 2005, 08:48 PM »
Here is my latest.
LMK what you think.

Aqualish soldier
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Here is my latest.
LMK what you think.

Aqualish soldier
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Star Wars Action Figures / Rebel Heavy Bomber Pilot
« on: November 12, 2005, 07:07 PM »
This custom is part EU, part fan Fic Based on the unseen heavy Bomber Pilot From the Star Wars Battleground RTS.I saw a Custom by Chewie using the same base fig. that inspired me to make this guy.

LMK what you think.

Here is my Ready made entry. I'm working on something original for this challenge now. I hope to have it finished Sunday.

Trandoshen Merc

Star Wars Action Figures / 501st Jet Trooper from Battlefront II
« on: November 8, 2005, 11:00 PM »
I know you guys are sick of Clone Customs, But here is my latest. LMK what you think.I'm Bracing for the tamatos now.

Customs Community and Group Projects / Re: Life after customizing?
« on: November 6, 2005, 09:18 PM »
My wife harasses me sometimes about the money I spend on my hobby. I hate being judged over doing something I enjoy. When she starts grilling me about it I remind her that I don't smoke or drink. I have no car payment because I drive the same Beat-up truck I've had for six years why she enjoys a shiny new sports car because her job requires her to have a nice car. I work a job I hate so she can afford to persue her dream job as a realastate mogel. And I remind her that I can afford my half of the Bills and Morgage and have plenty of money left over to enjoy my hobbies when she can say that she can question me about my spending habbits.

Star Wars Action Figures / Blaze Trooper
« on: November 6, 2005, 08:28 PM »
This Is my Custom Blaze Trooper from the Revenge of the Sith video game. I took some artistic liberties so I know it is not Game Accurate but I think it captures the essence of the character.
LMK what you think.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Customs by Fritzkrieg
« on: October 30, 2005, 03:53 PM »
Thanks for all the Great feedback guys!

    I'm sorry to reply so late. I've been a little cut-off from all Technology since Wilma came through South FL and snapped ever other telephone pole like a tooth pick.
    Luck for me I was in NC and brought back a truck full of generators and gas for friends and family.

I'll try to answer everones questions.

1> The Mech Trooper helmets are Master Chief helmets from J&R Productions. This helmet was a bonus they sent me for my orders being delayed. I've never seen any Halo figs in the 4" scale so I believe they are custom sculpted caste. It is a shame that J&R was shut down they filled a valiable niche in our hobby and only helped Hasbro sell more action figures to use with their custom pieces.

2> Peit in Trench Coat Recipe:Head=POTF2 Piet, Torso and Legs=Comtech Moti, Trench Coat and Arms=21st Century Toys (Battle of the Bulge German)

3> Dry Brushing on the Gamorean and Imp. Slaver suggetions-They actually are Dry brushed and it really helps pull-out the Detail in the sculpts. The Problem is that the Flash on my Digital Camera always washes out the the Detail and when I turn the Flash off  the images come out grainy and the detail is lost again. If anyone has any photography advise it would be greatly appreciated.

4> The Clone Sniper with Removable Helmet is actually a Storm Commando from the X-Wing novels and more recently from the New X-Wing Comic. I did take an Artistic liberty in adding the Night Vision Goggles to the Helmet.

5> Removing the Buttons from the WWII Germans is very easy. Just carefully shave them off with your Hobby Knife. Then use fine sand Paper to smooth-out the area. Finally tuch-up with some paint. The Imperial Tunics were based on German Uniforms only the Buttons were removed to loose that 20th Century feel.

Thanks again for all your comments,


I've heard great things about this site. So, I've decided to post some of my work and hopefully become a regular member of these boards.

LMK what you think.

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