1/6 Scale Imperial Field Officer In Trooper Armor By Hemble Creations

Jay Cochran - August 01, 2010
This custom figure was done by Hemble Creations who has created a custom 1/6 scale Imperial Field Officer in Trooper Armor figure.

Here is how Hemble describes the making of this figure:

"In 2006 I made a 3-3/4" version of this figure and I always wanted to do a 12" version but never could find the right gear and equipment until Sideshow started making the 12" Sandtroopers. When I made the small version I kept thinking something was missing and when I started on this figure I knew straight away it was extra armor.

I kept along the same guide lines as the smaller version except I added chest and shoulder armor and decided not to go with having a bear head as I did with the smaller version. I also gave him extra gear and once I got the look I wanted I painted and weathered him and the dio using Vallejo paints and pastels.

RECIPE

Figure - The figure is from Sideshow Toys except the map case and flight suit which is from Dragon which as been dyed black. The weapons holster has been made from left over leather.

Base- The base is a picture frame from a two dollar shop, I used plaster with kitty litter and sand to do the ground work. The rebel helmet is from Sideshow and the small shrubs are from Woodland Scenics."


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Comments...

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JohnnyRebelV2 - 2008-08-12 @ 5:34 am

I hate all the goofy Turtles after the original set from 1988. They all suck.

A_Spidey_Fan - 2008-08-10 @ 4:28 am

And that's what I liked about them Cloud. It was a cool concept, to have the Turtles come with some accessories/weapons, and be able to store them all inside the shell, instead of just their main weapons on their belts and putting the rest of the weapons somewhere else where you've forgotten them or lose them, say something like your pockets or a bag. With these, you could put all their weapons/accessories inside their shells(And from the looks of it, their belts could hold their main weapons too), and you can quickly get the weapons out of their storage shells, without worry about where their other weapons are. This is why a part of me was really disappointed with Playmates for not trying out this concept for the 2K3 line, since that's still my favourite design of the Turtles themselves.

Cloud - 2008-08-04 @ 2:55 pm

The Storage Shell turtles was one of the variant turtles that I really like besides the under cover turtles. It's not realistic for a turtle to have an open shell but it's a really cool toy concept.

BigBot84 - 2008-08-04 @ 4:53 am

What would they keep in the shell? Ninja stars and those wall climbing claws come to mind, but nothing else.

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