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Post by General Magma on 11/26/2010, 9:14 pm

Hi all.

Here's my first topic in the customization section.
Here you can find some of my custom Star Wars minifigs. Enjoy!

First of all, we have...


Savage Opress

Here he is, one of the few Savage Opress minifigures!
The villain from some of the upcoming Clone Wars episodes. As you may know, he's a Zabrak, hence the horns. Devil

I think he turned out quite nice. Only thing I want to change in the future, is to make the horns with
something that hardens on the minifig head, but still sticks onto it. The horns are currently just too soft, and I'm planning on
using this figure in several stop-motion animations and MOCs.

I made the face decal entirely myself. It's probably my second or third attempt on a face decal,
and in my opinion, it turned out great and very accurate. Well, onto the figure now...

Sorry, this picture's a little blurry...

Savage Opress by General Magma, on Flickr




Savage Opress - side by General Magma, on Flickr




Savage Opress - back by General Magma, on Flickr


Here's his UNFINISHED non-lightsaber weapon. I don't know the name of it, but it's somewhat a mix of a staff and an axe.
Only the lower half has been finished:

Savage Opress - unfinished staff-axe by General Magma, on Flickr




Savage Opress by General Magma, on Flickr

Reference pictures, for comparing to the real one:






That's all for now, folks! Hope you enjoyed.
I've got lots more ready to be posted (and to be photographed).

Also, if you know something sticky to attach to the head to make horns that harden on the head, but still stays on perfectly;
Then please tell me your ideas for it.

Thanks, and enjoy. More coming soon. Classic Smile

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Post by Henri da Flipper on 11/26/2010, 9:27 pm

Looks good, if I liked the clone wars I'd like this better, but it still looks semi perfect, I'd only change the shoulder pad, to what I don't know, but I definatively would.
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Post by The Breakdown on 11/27/2010, 1:17 am

Really nice creation, but I don't understand. When does he come in during the series? Tonight?

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Post by JackDawson1010 on 11/27/2010, 2:03 am

pretty cool custom. Where'd you get the shoulder piece?

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Post by Guest on 11/27/2010, 4:24 am

The Empire wrote:Really nice creation, but I don't understand. When does he come in during the series? Tonight?
He is coming up in the series, but since he will be a main villan, SW have been making mini-trailers for him.


Great custom, GM! Keep up the great work. Thumbs Up

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Post by PerthPoke on 11/27/2010, 9:59 am

I like it, and it's accurate to the real. You could use self hardining clay for horns.
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Post by General Magma on 11/27/2010, 10:55 am

Thanks everyone! Smile

lennonfan1010 wrote:pretty cool custom. Where'd you get the shoulder piece?

It's from the castle troll general.

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Post by General Magma on 12/4/2010, 11:02 pm

[size="6"]Star Wars: The Force Unleashed[/size]

Hello all! Today, I wanted to show you guys some of my SWTFU customs.
All of them are no figures that have been made recently, so some of them are older.
The newest one is Starkiller from the SWTFU2 game cover.

Group shot of all the figures:


SWTFU: Custom Batch #1 (Group shot) by General Magma, on Flickr


Starkiller - training gear


Starkiller Training Gear by General Magma, on Flickr

Note the ripped sleeve:


Starkiller Training Gear by General Magma, on Flickr


Starkiller - heavy training gear

Credit for the rubber band idea goes to flickr member Jonathan - I used a thin rubber band, though,
since it looked too large otherwise. This one is pretty old.


Starkiller Heavy Training Gear by General Magma, on Flickr


Starkiller - The Force Unleashed II

This Starkiller costume is from SWTFU2's game cover. As far as I know, it didn't appear in-game. Or did it?
I made this one around July or August.


SWTFU II - Starkiller by General Magma, on Flickr



SWTFU II - Starkiller (back) by General Magma, on Flickr


Darth Vader - battle damaged

This is the official minifigure, but I made a custom damaged cape for him, since that was what the official figure lacked. :sceptic:


Darth Vader Battle Damaged by General Magma, on Flickr




Darth Vader Battle Damaged Cape by General Magma, on Flickr


Rahm Kota

And last but not least, the main Jedi from the original game!
Credit to Flickr member Vid for the great decals. :thumbup:


Rahm Kota by General Magma, on Flickr


[size="6"]Extras:[/size]

Some extra figures, from "Star Wars: Battlefront", which I also wanted to show here.

Rebel Vanguard

This one doesn't have any custom elements added, except for the visor, which I painted white.
I could've done it without a visor, as that would be white too, but the gap looked ugly.

The Rebel Vanguard is complete with his rocket launcher.


Rebel Vanguard by General Magma, on Flickr


Rebel Marksman

Here's the last one for today, folks!
The Rebel Marksman, complete with a sniper rifle.


Rebel Marksman by General Magma, on Flickr


Hope you guys liked it. Soon, there will be more, but this is all for now...

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Post by Guest on 12/5/2010, 2:50 am

Keep it up. Thumbs Up They look great.

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Post by General Magma on 12/21/2010, 4:21 pm

And I'm back with some new stuff.
Recently, I have started planning a Geonosis diorama project. For that, I'll need many Jedi, so today I decided to create some (named and all), as a small start for the project. They may not be great, but Jedi mostly just wear robes, really.

Battle of Geonosis: Jedi

The first batch of Jedi. From left to right, we have:
Zarcon Hiukset, Aquidir Qoquz, Kolam Zakann (credit to LuxorV from Eurobricks for the body decal), Kapuzen Mestari and Qeldor Ulrand.


Geonosis: Jedi #1 by General Magma, on Flickr

The next batch is completely purist. Ignore Kit Fisto and Plo Koon, they don't count as customs. From left to right:
Kit Fisto, Grant Gannan, Xrixvar Shirxvush, Tranxx Viqir and Plo Koon.


Geonosis: Jedi #2 by General Magma, on Flickr


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Post by Guest on 12/21/2010, 4:56 pm

A Geonosis diorama. That sounds very cool. Keep up the good work.

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Post by Henri da Flipper on 12/21/2010, 8:13 pm

Wow, these are great, I noticed one thing, Kapuzen Mestari, I'm assuming that means hooded Master, right? Indeed that sounds like a "germanized" version of my language lol.

Nice ones, I really like these, you should make more.
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Post by General Magma on 12/21/2010, 9:20 pm

blhc11 the great wrote:Wow, these are great, I noticed one thing, Kapuzen Mestari, I'm assuming that means hooded Master, right? Indeed that sounds like a "germanized" version of my language lol.

Nice ones, I really like these, you should make more.

Thanks, and indeed: Kapuzen Mestari means "hooded master". Kapuzen and Mestari are both words from a different language, but when both translated to English and combined, it indeed means hooded master.

More coming soon...

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Nice!

Post by scipioblade on 1/9/2011, 3:36 am

These are really cool!!!
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Post by LC98 on 1/9/2011, 3:59 am

These are good minifigs! Great job!
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Post by PerthPoke on 1/9/2011, 2:29 pm

Some of the jedi are slightly odd but overall, Really nice!
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Post by JackDawson1010 on 1/10/2011, 12:02 am

Amazing new customs! Can't wait for more!

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Post by The_Custom_one on 1/10/2011, 6:01 pm

Nice job! Are these ones you made up, or are they ones based off of real guys?
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Post by Flare on 1/23/2011, 12:48 pm

Great figures! Thumbs Up
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