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Custom Of The Week: 6" Imperial Trooper - Under Fire By Hemble Creations
Bespin refugee - August 03, 2014





This week's JediInsider Custom is a 6" scale Imperial Stormtrooper - Under Fire by Hemble Creations. Here is the story behind it, and how he describes the making of it:

Hi All,

While on patrol Trooper 605-T comes UNDER FIRE from Rebel Troops who have the advantage of being on high ground. 605-T runs for cover across a creek bed while returning fire hoping to make the tree line for cover before he gets hit.

RECIPE

Stormtrooper - The Trooper is a Hasbro 6" Stormtrooper body and a 6" Sandtrooper helmet, I decided to putty up the breathing apparatus and the vents to give the helmet a different style I also added a range finder using the top section of Boba Fett's and some thin plasticard.

I superglued the joints once I got the pose that I wanted and then the joints were puttied up and once the putty was dried I covered them with tissue paper. The karma is some left over leather from another action figure and glued into place, the bandoiler and pouches on his waist are from the Marvels Punisher figure.

The back of the troopers armour was covered with plasticard and then I used pieces from a Warhammer 4OK space marine and some 1/35 scale parts to build the back up.

Base - Is built up using high denisty foam and then I secured the Trooper into the base using superglue and a thin metal rod. A mixed plaster of paris and PVA glue and covered the base and once dry painted the base brown for the soil area and green for the water.

One the paint was dry I covered the soil area with potty mix mixed with some dirt and crunched up leaves and twigs and glued it onto the base. The splash were the left foot is hitting the water and the waves were done by using Woodland Scenics Water Effects and once dry I covered the water area with Woodland Scenics Realistic Water to give it more depth.

The small grass shrubs are from Army Painter and they were placed around the base to give it a realistic look and then the taller pieces of grass are from J's Work and placed on the base by drilling a holes and gluing them into place.

Ron


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