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Customizing Tips and Tricks / Re: Casting of the Twins - wip
« on: March 7, 2006, 07:24 PM »
I got my silcone and plastic today in the mail. Very quick turn around from smooth-on. They told me about a distributor of theirs in North Hollywood so next time I can get it next day. Three days isn't bad though. Now I just got to wait for the twins to show up from jedijaybird. I should be casting this saturday. ;D

From my understanding it was suppost to be something new and not EU. I read somewhere you couldn't use a star wars head. But then again you could make a Vong without using a star wars head.

Mine is an attempt to get rid of parts.

The torso, left arm and right fist are from a old Xyber-9 figure. The legs are Zutton and the right arm is ep1 c-3po. The vest is cantina han. The head is Lilith from the Darkstalkers line.

Conventions / Re: Star Wars l'expo
« on: March 7, 2006, 02:09 PM »
Here are some pictures from

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Aayla Secura naked! - wip
« on: March 7, 2006, 01:01 PM »
How is this for a close up to judge colors on?

I just realized I havn't updated this thread in a while. Here is a quick update.

GI Joe Sci-fi

Microlady Slave girl Leia

Snowbunny Padme

Rykrof Enloe


Shadow Stormtrooper

Some very sweet jedi there my friend. My favorite is Hagen Daas. He's just so unique among all of the jedi. I wonder what his story is. Aalya leg armor looks great on her as does the skirt. I think I've seen the jedi clones before. Maybe it was just the idea of them someone else did. They do look familure thru. Great job Chewie! I'm glad to hear the computer is back up and running. Does it seem faster now?

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Aayla Secura naked! - wip
« on: March 7, 2006, 12:09 PM »
Thanks Ripley, I'll take whatever you can spare.

Ok, i just finished a marathon weekend getting JLU stuff done for custom con.
5 figures in 2 and a half days.

I'm gonna take a few days off and then take a shot at Rykrof.
Hopefully i'll have something to show by the weekend.
March is an extreemly busy month for me (family wise)
So i hope it get some time to work on it here and there.

Phruby, simple and very effective version of Rykrof.  Now that you are getting into casting, try making a removable helmet for him.
Starkid, this may be one of the first customs i've seen you post. Sorry if i've missed your others. Very nice addition to the group project

Jeff, next month or so we are going to all be reading the back of our toy mags, and see the price of these Bearded Endor troopers has jumped!

Thanks Greg. The helmet is on my list.

I'm trying to get my GP and MCC done early this month so I can work on my Micromen figures. My fan fic alien is done. I read somewhere that you couldn't use a star wars head for this figure. It had to be something completely different. Well this is what I came up with.

His name is Ragu and is from the planet Anime. People from his planet are typically short with large heads, blue or green or purple hair and sometimes have eyes that take up two-thirds of their head. They are known for making extreme facial expressions to express emotion.

Ragu lost his arm thru a short lived experiment with the dark side of the force. He was trying to resurrect his dead wife thru a technique he found on a remote abandoned Sith fortress. He has since brought himself back from the dark side but still searches for a way to become whole again.

His only force ability is to throw force lightening. This is a fairly common ability among most Anime. Some are even good enough to compact it into a lightening ball.

Yah, watch it go up in price. Get it while the getting is good.

Star Wars Action Figures / Re: Aayla Secura naked! - wip
« on: March 6, 2006, 05:30 PM »
That's the technique I use now for curing sculpty. I microwave a cup of water for three minutes and then put the figure in the boiling water for at least five minutes. It works great and I never have a melted mess.

If I can't find some brown cloth or leather, I'll sculpt it. Cloth would work better over the jointed arm.

Customs Community and Group Projects / Re: Group Project Entries
« on: March 6, 2006, 05:12 PM »
Group Project XI - The Rykrof Project. March 2006.

This project is based on a fan fic character created by our own Chewie. Chewie has made lots of photonovels base on this character. His character Rykrof Enloe has become so popular that some people refer to the bearded Endor Tropper as Rykrof Enloe. Check out search engine and see what comes up.











Customs Community and Group Projects / Re: Group Project Entries
« on: March 6, 2006, 04:59 PM »
Group Projects X - Clone Wars TV Series - January/February 2006

The idea behind this one is to make a character based on a character in the Clone Wars cartoon. The only catch was it can't be a clone. Here is what we came up with:










Kit Fisto

Customs Community and Group Projects / Re: Group Project Entries
« on: March 6, 2006, 04:43 PM »
Group Project 9 - The Tonika Sisters (November 2005)

Master Phruby




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