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About Order66Outlaw

  • Birthday 09/07/1970

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    Star Wars, custom figures, drawing. reading and ice hockey!

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  1. I love your Star Wars Works...they always have a very real sort of WW2 feel to them.
  2. This was the image I worked off of.
  3. This is my rendition of Simon "Ghost" Riley from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. His base figure is a GI Joe Sigma 6 Jungle Commando figure with a Snake Eyes head. His jacket, headphones, tactical vest, leg pouches and straps have all been sculpted with Ave's Fixit Sculpt. His weapons came from a Dragon military figure I think and his base was made with a material called Fast Machet with some toy train grass applied to it. He was painted with a mixture up Games Workshops and Tamiya paints using several washes and dry brushing applications. I'm pleased with how he came out and am looking into finding some more figures to make some of the other characters as well. I just love the Sigma 6 line for customs.
  4. I loved the game Infamous on the PS3 and thought Cole would be a cool custom to try and make. So here he is in 3 3/4 scale to fit right in with G.I Joe or Mavel scaled figures. Head: Wolverine Origins Iceman Torso and legs: Storm Shadow from The Rise of Cobra Lower arms: Wolverine Origins Wolverine Hands: Wolverine Origins Iceman and Wolverine Origins Wolverine (fist hand) Electricity: Boomer Damage Battle Droid Backpack and leg puches were sculpted with Fixit Sculpt
  5. Hey thanks Darth I posted this on Rebel Scum back in March I think......I decided to throw it up here too. I agree he should probly be a touch dirtier...and I just checked out that other one and its very cool and has some great weathering to it. Glad someone else has take on this Rex as well.
  6. Ever Since I first saw the previews for Star Wars The Clone Wars Episode 15: Tresspass I have wanted to make a Cold Weather Rex. It just took a while to find all the right components to atleast have him resemble his cartoon likeness. His body is a Scuba Trooper with a re-sculpted chest. His head is totally sculpted in Ave's Fixit Sculpt with just the helmut from a Galactic Marine with the face cut out. His bracers are also sculpted and his custom backpack is you guessed it totally sculpted as well with the antenna from a battle droids backpack. His kama comes from the newest Snowtrooper out there. I had to go with a realistic or Legacy style version of him since there just isn't anything clone wars really to do what I wanted. He's lost some articulation mostly in the head/neck area but otherwise I'm happy with how he turned out. Hope you enjoy him! This is also my first diorama....it took a long time to completely dry and harden . I used a product called Fast Machet to make the snow....I like the result. I'll just make it thinner next time. The speeder bike is the Clone Wars version.
  7. Commander Fil served under Jedi Knight Nahdar Vebb and had the unfortunate pleasure of seeing the inside of General Grievous's secret temple with Jedi Master Kit Fisto first hand in Episode 10: The Lair of Grievous. Only Fisto survived. So to immortalize this fine trooper I present him to you. This is my third set of clones from The Clone Wars Cartoon.
  8. These are solid man...great first additions to your customs career. I love the Scarlet Spider....though I always liked him in the comics.
  9. This is Commader Gree from Star Wars The Clone Wars series. He's a repainted Captain Rex figure with sculpted on shoulder strap made from Apoxie Sculpt. Just so he's not all alone fighting droids he's got a trooper from Green Company to watch his six.
  10. These are wicked.....love the red faded to black symbiote!
  11. I was mildly disapointed in the Clone wars movie but the first episode of the cartoons series changed my mind. So this is my take on these 3 troopers who escorted Yoda on his mission to strike an alliance with the King of Toydaria. I decided to take a break from Sigma 6 scaled figures for a bit and try my hand at some 3 3/4 scales ones. Thire is a modified Commander Cody figure. Jek and Rys are base clones. Rys's backpack comes from the Ahsoka figure and Jeks chaingun is from a stikfas omega military male fig....it seems to work well. Ive got several more clones in the works and will post them as soon as they are ready.
  12. This is my version of Kota in Sigma 6 style. He is essentially a Long Range figure with lots of add-ons. His chest armor is Ave's Fixit Sculpt and his shoulder armor is a plastic easter egg cut in half and shaped. His light saber comes from a Star Wars force Battler figure. I was alittle disapointed by the 3 3/4 version of Kota and wanted a more war torn version of the battle hardened Jedi General.
  13. Thanks and I dont have any plans to sell him at this time.
  14. This is my version of Null Arc Prudii from the Republic Commando short story Odds found at the end of the Novel True Colors. His base is a GI Joe Sigma 6 Windblade Snake Eyes, his head is from the Unleashed clone trooper. It was cut off and hollowed out to fit on the sigma body. Shoulder pauldron is craft foam sheet over top of very thin aluminum cut and shaped. His rifle is a sigma weapon kit bashed and modified. Modifications to him were made with Apoxie Sculpt.
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