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This week's custom is a Death Star Escape Diorama by Hemble Creations "Death Star Escape. Recipe Figures - are all from Hasbro's BS 6" line and have had the joints glued and covered and they were painted using Vallejo Paints. The E-11 blasters are from Bandai's Stormtrooper kit as I think the look more to scale. Base - is foam board as are the walls and the DS walls I have printed and resized off the net and attached them to the foam board. The floor was done by firstly spraying it with matt black and then I used clear contact to give it the shiny look. The blue and black containers from https://www.facebook.com/outerrimtraders/. The bottle looking canisters are old asthma sprays and the vent's near Luke and Leia are the asthma spray holder. The whole base has been glued to a electric turntable so that it can placed into a corner and still be able to see the whole diorama. [See video @ above link] Check out the image(s) of their custom below in our GALLERY! Click here if you would like to submit your own custom figure(s) to be displayed on JediInsider.com, and be sure to check out our Custom Forum section, where you can discuss and show off your work among other customizers.
This week's custom is a 6" Battle Damaged Darth Vader by Hemble CreationsHere's the recipe:"Vader - is a KO version and is perfect to do a Battle Damaged Vader as they are cheap. I glued the joints and then used putty to cover them and also used putty to make the damaged skin area's and the ripped suit. The cyborg parts are from a 7" NECA Terminator figure and I just took the parts I wanted and trimmed the ends so they would fit perfectly with the Vader figure. The loose wires are some old LED lights that don't work anymore and I cut off what I needed. The cape is some black fabric I picked up form the local craft store and I added thin wire to give it a flowing motion. Base - is a mould from a Woodland Scenics rubber mould that you make yourself which I got from a mate and the grass tufts are form the local gaming shop. Both the figure and the base were painted and weathered using Vallejo paints and pastel chalks."Check out the image(s) of their custom below in our GALLERY!Click here if you would like to submit your own custom figure(s) to be displayed on JediInsider.com, and be sure to check out our Custom Forum section, where you can discuss and show off your work among other customizers.