Ironlightsaber Customs

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It's been over year since I posted any images of my custom figs so I figure it's about time to post some more. Some were posted before, but I included them so all my mods would appear in a single thread. I just got this camera and it really doesn't do the figs justice but I figure some pics are better than no pics at all. I hope you enjoy.


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"Admiral Ackbar" was one of my first mods I ever made and I got 4 stitches in my thumb making him. The exacto knife went right through the plastic and down to the bone in my thumb. You might be able to tell which mods were made while I had stitches :P. I made "Bespin Han" as a stand-in fig for nimzomitch until he pulled a RS Han. It was made from a Naboo Soldier and is rather blocky because it was only meant to be a stand in piece. The "Dead Rebel" was made by cutting up a Rebel Trooper, repositioning the pieces and gluing them back to the base.


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These two E-Web Blasters are not mods but were made from scratch. I used plastic pieces left over from models, bits of metal, half of a Gonk Power Droid and some Sculpey to create them. I also made stat cards for it and other items that I hope to post for others to use. The stats and rules cards are from the Ultimate Mission books, except the rules on jumping which is a mix of all the different UM rules cleaned up into one.


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Here are some modded "Scout Troopers-Running Toward the Fight". I just cut them at the waist, rotated them a little, glued it and then sculpted the waist to look correct. The arms were cut and pinned as well. The "Dead Trooper" fig was made like the above "Dead Rebel".


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These are my modded Imperial Officers-"Death Star Officer" was made from an Imperial Officer body with a Rebel Trooper head. "Imperial Officer-Being Choked" was made the body of the above mentioned Rebel Trooper with an Imperial Officer's head. "Imperial Officer-At Attention" was made from Tarkin's body with an Imperial officer's head. Tarkin's head was used for a different mod that you'll see later on.


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This is a "Twi'lik Sith" with a couple of droid friends from the Death Star. The body of the "Twi'lik Sith" was made from a Klatooninian Enforcer with the head of a Twi'lik Scoundrel. I gave him two lightsabers and Sith tattoos on his lekku to add some personality. "The Death Star Droid" is just an R2 repainted to look like the droid found on the Second DeathStar and the "Interrogation Droid" was made completely from Sculpey. I included the front of the stat card I made for reference.


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Here's my "Darth Vader-Who's Your Daddy?". The fig was made from RS Darth Vader-Dark Jedi. The scene it's from is still one of the best in all movies. I know that his lightsaber was off when he held his hand out to Luke but I decided to keep it on for the mini.


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These are a couple of modded Tuskens. The two with staffs were cut, adjusted, pinned and sculpted into different poses. The Tusken on the Bantha and the Tusken on the left were cut at the waist and switched. I've seen that other people have done this switch as well; it's quite simple to do and I highly recommend it.


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The "Oola-Doomed Dancer" was a Twi'lek Bodygaurd that was completely cut apart at all the joints, pinned and readjusted. I used the staff for the chain and positioned it to look like Jabba was pulling on it. "Bib Fortuna" was a Twi'lek Scoundrel and I hope that WOTC will make one with a CE that improves Jabba. "Boba Fett" was a CS Clone Trooper that I made as a stand-in until I finally got one (I ended up having to buy it).

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That's a great example of using greenstuff.

As far as the left hand looking chunky, if there was something in the picture to indicate just how small that miniature really is I bet it would look even more impressive and less chunky.

I just might have to hunt down those pieces and make a Yoda and Kybuck myself. I saw your thread on it where you listed the parts. I might have to get a ROTS Yoda to put on it though.

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K, thanks. Nice Yoda and kybuck adliv, very nice.
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Just bumping for the world to see, and um, hoping to see some new stuff...;)
Here is a link to the Orphans list I maintain: http://www.desmoinesfanforce.net/Orphans.htm Life-sized Tile Wars: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAXn5ZwopPc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o64M5_J1JHs Geoncon08: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srArBLLHYBQ
Ive got to say im impressed by the nightsister gueen or whatever she is, anyway good job on her...
The newest article is up--

http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=starwars/article/customizingswm8

It goes over what was posted above about using green stuff and other things you can use to add to customs. The last few figs in the preview image I posted above are viewed.

This eighth article is the last one covering the basics. The next one is the first actual custom that I will show you how to build from start to finish and it's quite a fun one. The following two is a two parter that will go great with all the new Hoth battle pieces.

I have actually been working on several customs that are not related to any articles and when they are finished I'll be sure to post them up. One of them is the best speeder and rider I have ever made (and I'm not even talking about the one I made for you Hothie!!)

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*brow. That one HAS to be good then. Can't wait to see it. Oh, and I'll be using mine when we do a fun day in a few weeks.
Here is a link to the Orphans list I maintain: http://www.desmoinesfanforce.net/Orphans.htm Life-sized Tile Wars: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lAXn5ZwopPc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o64M5_J1JHs Geoncon08: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srArBLLHYBQ
I actually have been getting some customizing done lately.

These first images are a couple of non-Star Wars customs that I made for a Marvel RPG game. Bad guys are fun to make.

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Next are a couple of quick cut and pastes that I have been wanting to make for a while. I had picked up an extra Wat Tambor cheap and been meaning to make this custom for a couple of years. I like the Weequay leader but wanted one where he looked like he was pushing Luke off the skiff instead of stabbing mouse droids.

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You don't see too many alien Sith except in the Legacy comic so I wanted to make a Verpine Sith baddie. The thin arms made this one a challenge to repose. The cloak came from a promo Batman heroclicks that I trimmed to shape. The additional armor and robes are made from greenstuff.

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Here's my favorite swoop speeder of the bunch. I really like the front fork design. I thought that Talon looked a little like a biker and his background fits the outlaw biker image. I made his hair from green stuff over several days and added some greenstuff to his arms to bulk him up.

The additional pieces that make up the front forks and expansions to the sides of the engines came from left over pieces from E-web basters. The back fin was made from greenstuff. I've found that I am using that more often than Sculpty for additive elements lately.

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His chopped swoop bike is easily longer than the other custom swoops I've made and is my favorite after Obi on speeder and Durge on speeder. Since it was for a Unique piece i really wanted it to be the bike the leader of the pack would own. I think it would have a name like "Ace of Sabers" to fit in with his gambling background.

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I'm working on a set of Republic Commandos for Adliv's contest and will get pics of those up when they are done. Once I finish the fig to the last customizing article I'll put up a preview image of it and the other two from two unseen articles.

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Great stuff as always. The verpine's cloak also looks very much like a cloak used on a GW vampire, only thinner. I actually thought that was somehow used until I saw you said it was a Batman cape.
Wow, awesome swoops. Great job as always
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Very nice. Karrde is amazing, but Obi still my #1 fave.
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Hey. I thought I would just let everyone know that my latest article on how to customize Star Wars miniatures is up and it is a tie into the Dawn of Defiance campaign!

http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=starwars/article/customizingswm9

I'm really excited about this article because I also created the bit of art work of Draco that went with it. My first official Star Wars illustration!

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Hey. I thought I would just let everyone know that my latest article on how to customize Star Wars miniatures is up and it is a tie into the Dawn of Defiance campaign!

http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=starwars/article/customizingswm9

I'm really excited about this article because I also created the bit of art work of Draco that went with it. My first official Star Wars illustration!

Great artwork and great custom I like the idea of the cape transfer.
Nice work, it looks great!
The Force is like duct tape. It has a light side, a dark side, and it BINDS the galaxy together!
First off- WOW:OMG! :OMG! :OMG!
second- can you post the card templates for OR, Sith and mandos.
third- I think the Jedi and ewoks specifically look awesome
and fourth-WOW:OMG! :OMG! :OMG!
BRILLIANT!!!:D
Don't know how I missed the Speeder bike customs when you posted 'em in Feb. ... but gotta say ... Great Job! Karrde looks like a bad mamma jamma..
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My latest custom article is up on the main page. Please view it and let me know what you think--

http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=starwars/article/customizingswm10

This is the second of three customs with full instructions. Scruffynerfherder made a suggestion for an extra step for the Ponda Baba custom--

Follow all the steps but before you paint the filler cut the arm that is holding the gun half way from the wrist to where the orange sleeve starts. Drill a hole in the center of both pieces but glue the pin only on the half of the arm holding the gun. When you paint the fig you will want to paint the inside of the arms and the post a blood red color (be sure not to fill in the hole with paint). Now you can place and remove the arm and thus have a "before & after" effect of when he runs into Obi-wan's lightsaber!!! :P

The last one will be a two part article and will be the last of the entire series. It is the snowtrooper on Blizzard scout bike and it is a very cool custom. It started as a custom for Hothie but I liked the idea so much that I built two at once so I could have one and decided to make it the last article for my series.

I hope that everyone enjoyed my customizing articles and that they were helpful. I had a great time doing them and was very happy to have the chance to work on something Star Wars. I was lucky in that I got to create not only the customs for it but in the process I got to create my first piece of cannon, LFL approved artwork. Here it is with the background--

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Even though I have wrapped up the customizing articles I have begun a new project for the WOTC SWM web site. Can't say what it is yet but I think that everyone will enjoy it. The really nice part is that I am not working on it alone and it takes less time than the previous series. Hopefully that means I'll have more time to create customs again and get pics up to this thread.

Thanks for the feedback and if I get a chance I will try to get around to creating card templates for the factions that are missing. It might be a while because I do have another project (not web related) that I would like to get started first.

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ILS: Your series on customizing is, basically, what I've thought was needed for a long, long time: a good, entry-level, step-by-step, here's-how-it-works guide to starting out.

Thanks!
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Even though I have wrapped up the customizing articles I have begun a new project for the WOTC SWM web site. Can't say what it is yet but I think that everyone will enjoy it.

Ooohhhh... Very intriguing!! Looking forward to it ... Do you know when this project will be available to us? in other words... are you working on a deadline?

And congrats... on officially creating something in the Star Wars Universe!! I'm hoping to create a Draco on my days off this week.
If at first you don't succeed, spend a force point and roll again.
Ironlightsaber: As always, fantastic work and thank you so much for all your tutorials. because of you, I have been brave enough to chop a blaster here and there, and just got my first batch of green stuff to start being even more meddlesome.

Thanks again for being such a positive contributor to this community.

Almost forgot! I love Ponda Baba's new pose, so much more dynamic.
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Awesome :OMG! Love the twilek sith
Great work IL.

One question though-I am a visual learner (as i assume amny here are), and while the written custom helps have been a great benefit (Working on getting my current customs up), being able to actually SEE the cuts would ahve helped me 110%. So I was wondering.....have you ever considered video taping yourself making all the important customs cuts etc (Like in parts 1-4 of your articles) and posting them on YouTube?

I am fully aware of the hecticness of your life, so if you can't do it, totally cool. But I figured I would throw that out here, cause I am caertain others might need that extra bit of help as well.

Again, great work man. These articles ahve really gotten me going on creating custom figs!
ILS: Your series on customizing is, basically, what I've thought was needed for a long, long time: a good, entry-level, step-by-step, here's-how-it-works guide to starting out.

Thanks. I really wanted to create a solid, basic, easy to follow guide to making customs that anyone could use. As you can see in the Draco and Ponda customs I was able to to just reference an article instead of going over the same info again and again. If there are more custom articles in the future, by myself or others, then they will have an easy reference in the first eight articles to use and help the articles flow quicker.

If you are interested in more advance techniques just google search and you will find a ton of articles that go over complex painting and sculpting for miniatures.

monni316- Do you know when this project will be available to us? in other words... are you working on a deadline?.

I'm not sure but it could be up as early as this Thursday or even sooner. :D

monni316- I'm hoping to create a Draco on my days off this week.

If you do and take any pics, then please post them to this thread for everyone to see--
http://forums.gleemax.com/showthread.php?t=999646


Planeswalker459--have you ever considered video taping yourself...and posting them on YouTube?

Actually I have. I did a customizing workshop locally about a year ago and the idea of taping and posting it up was mentioned. It did not happen and I have so many other short films that I have made (not about customizing but sci-fi spoofs and short horror films) that I have had finished for years and really need to get posted before anything else.

El_ahrairah, Partof1 and everyone else, thanks for the kind words. I'm glad that the articles inspired so many people to try out customizing.

I recently ran into Hothie and he brought his box of orphaned minis. I was able to pick up a few rares and very rares at below normal cost and as soon as I get a chance to cut them and change them, I'll be posting them here.

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Well the newest official series is up and it's based on the S3 puzzles that my friend Klecser and I have done on the general boards in the past. See my sig for links or just click here:

Official S3 Puzzle 1

Also up on the main page is the second to last customizing article that you can see here:

Snowtrooper on Blizzard Force Speeder Bike (Part 1)

Since the first part is up I thought it might help to have an image of what the final custom will look like for those who get started on it right away.

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I've been busy painting a lot of minis, not Star Wars but I'll post a pic of them when I finish along with a group shot of all the customs I made for the customizing series.

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I'll get started on mine very soon, well as soon as I can get a trooper on a speeder bike, Coolstuff is out
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Ah, that looks so cool. I might have to make one myself........
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Well the very last Customizing Star Wars Miniatures article is up on the main web page and can be viewed here--

http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=starwars/article/customizingswm12

I am pleased that the series ended with a complex, two-part, rider and vehicle custom. I hope that this last custom is a challenge for experience builders but that new customizers will also be able to create it with all the tips and tricks I shared through out the series.

I am seriously surprised at all the time I had to spend on writing, photographing, along with creating the actual customs and all the other details that went into making each article. Still, I haven't been idle since I wrapped up the series. I am continuing with the S3 Puzzle series with my friend Klecser and have been able to get to several minis projects I didn't have time for before. I will post pictures of those, as well as several Star Wars customs I have been working on, to this thread very soon.

Thank you to everyone for making this customizing series such a success and for the support during the run. The series might continue at a later time but it will be nice to take a break for the time being. It seriously has been a dream come true to have worked on anything remotely related to Star Wars which has had a large impact on my life.

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The snowtrooper on Blizzard Force speeder bike is awesome, but expensive. It requires the cutup of a Rare and a Very Rare. Im more inclined torwards cheaper customs.
The snowtrooper on Blizzard Force speeder bike is awesome, but expensive. It requires the cutup of a Rare and a Very Rare. Im more inclined torwards cheaper customs.

Thats how I feel too, not only are the Scout Trooper on Speeder Bikes expensive, they are kind of hard to come by. On the up side it looks like you could make a Scout Trooper with E-Web Blaster with the left over parts. Its a great looking custom, but I think it will be a while before I can afford to make one.
I did try to keep the cost of the customs in the series very inexpensive and for the most part I do think that I manage that. However for the last one I wanted to make it something special and unfortunately many of the coolest pieces to work with are rares and very rares.

Right before I began working on the final articles I got an email from Hothie who is a good friend and also a big supporter of this game. He runs the "Orphan List" which helps people replace missing figs and cards and he does this without any type of payment or thanks. I have done commissions of customs for him in the past and he wanted to know it I could create the Blizzard Scout on Speeder Bike. After studying up on it and finding some reference pics I agreed to make it.

I realized that this would be a great fig to finish the first series on--it was complex, introduced working with a rider and vehicle, created a fig that would go great with all the Battle of Hoth stuff that is already out and probably would not ever be made for the game by LFL/WOTC.

So I decided to make one for myself at the same time and to create the last articles on it. I also realized that it did require two hard to come by figs (even harder to come by when making two at once) but I felt that the positives outweighed the negatives. I did include several options at the end of the last article to make it cheaper to create.

You can also use a DH Swoop bike and a normal Snowtrooper to create a similar fig but it will take more work to create but will be cheaper. Also you can still use the Blizzard Scout on Speeder Bike in place of a regular Scout Trooper on Speeder Bike as well as keep the eweb intact and still use it in games, so even if you do cut up two hard to come by figs they are still playable in any games. Plus if you ever run a Battle of Hoth you will have the single coolest scout on bike ever.

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Not to be annoying Ironlightsaber, but i kinda need the Sith Card templates. I'm doin a custom for a guy.






and here it is again: WOW :OMG! :OMG! :OMG!
It's been great working on customs and painting minis for fun. Almost done with the customs I'm making from the "orphans" I picked up from Hothie a month or so ago and I will put up pics of them and the group shot of all the customs from the customizing article series very soon.

Not to be annoying Ironlightsaber, but i kinda need the Sith Card templates. I'm doin a custom for a guy.

...and if I get a chance I will try to get around to creating card templates for the factions that are missing. It might be a while because I do have another project (not web related) that I would like to get started first.

Making the templates for the missing factions has been on my list of "things to do" for a while. Unfortunately my "things to do" list is a very long list and making template cards is not a priority. Plus the couple of times I went to do them a new set with new factions came out and pushed making them back to the bottom.

I think that myname has made templates of those factions. You might want to search the threads and see if you can PM him about his templates or find the thread they are in if you are in a hurry.

Speaking of those projects--I have been busy working on them and here are some images of the final results. I know these are not Star Wars minis but they are miniatures and I thought I would share what I have been working on in my spare time. ;)

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Several years ago I was at a garage sale and picked up this classic board game from Milton Bradely called HeroQuest that was made in the late '80s/early '90s and was discontinued shortly there after. It's like a simplified version of D&D and is fun to play if you get the knack for a dungeon crawl but don't feel like playing a full RPG game.

The game sat in the game closet for years I never played it. The group of guys I spend Friday nights gaming with (we play all sorts of games from SWM to classics like chess to wacky board games) had run through all the games we normally played and I remembered that I had this at home. I checked through it and surprisingly all the pieces were there but unpainted.

After playing the game once I decided that I would test my skills at painting a mass group of figs. I week later I was finished and it does make the game even more enjoyable having fully painted pieces. If you find a used complete copy of the game and it's cheap I recommend picking it up.

It was a challenge to stay focus on painting several pieces over and over again and not rush through them. I wanted the colors to look like the box art and vary up the goblins and such so that they would look the similar but not identical. It was good practice for what I was going to work on next.

My second large miniature project is another game that was made around the same time and has since been discontinued as well. It's called SpaceHulk and is basically a board game version of the movie Aliens (the second, kick ass Aliens movie). One player plays a group of marines and the other plays a never ending swarm of aliens.

I had this game back in the day, never finished painting the miniatures (I think I got as far as priming them) and when my wife and I moved into our first apartment I sold it for extra cash to help pay for the deposit. I regretted selling it ever since and my long time gaming friend never let me live it down. Finally after many years and watching many ebay auctions I found a nice complete second edition of the game and bought it.

Since it took so long to get the game again I decide that I would make sure that I painted all the pieces that went with it.

So here are the scary aliens--

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and the space marines that fight them--

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Finding a complete game is hard and not cheap but if you can get your hands on one I highly recommend it; not only can you play the original game but the tiles are great to have for SWM. The great thing about the game is that the board is made of interlocking tiles that are 1" squares of rooms and hallways and they work great for SWM. And the rules of the game (with just a little tweaking) are pretty basic and can be used for mass combat in the SWM RPG game when playing out large battles with only grunts.

Hope you enjoyed the little departure down memory lane and next time I will have more SWM customs. Promise.

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Spacehulk was one of the games that spawned Warhammer 40K. Never got to play it myself, but I have painted those same terminators and genestealer models. Excellent work, as are all the things you've made. Thanks for sharing!
That Yoda is awesome.
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I wouldn't mind picking up the expansions to both those games but no way would I buy them for those prices.

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Heroquest rocks... I always liked being the Barbarian. With my War Axe and magic armour. Awww.... brings back memories.
thanks for pointing me to Myname. and i hadn't read your whole thread so i didn't see you say that, sorry.
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its funny to see like some of your modifications actualy were made, like the scout trooper in A&E.

did they pay you to use your ideas? :D