Custom Of The Week: 6" Scout Trooper In Snow Gear By Hemble Creations

Bespin refugee - October 26, 2014
This week's JediInsider Custom is a 6" Scout Trooper In Snow Gear by Hemble Creations. Here is the story behind it, and how he describes the making of it:

Hi All,

I wanted to do something different for the Scout Trooper and when I saw HALCION's & spudafett's Snow Scout versions over at The Imperial Shipyards I knew that was the way to go, and thanks for the inspiration guys.


Scout trooper & Speeder - The Trooper and Speeder are from Hasbro. I started on the speeder first and pulled of the rolled cloth at the back and replaced it with a heater generator for when the Scout is riding. The heater generator was done buy using a 3-3/4" Sandtrooper back pack a 12" WW2 German torch and a tube from a 6" figure.

The rifle rack was done by using two hand knives from two 3-3/4" TOD Thuggie Guards and I cut the knife sections off and glued them in place. I also cut the control panel out and trimmed it down so it would have sit a lot more even on the panel instead of sitting to high up. The rifle is from the Hasbro Stormtooper and has had strips of cloth wrapped around it so when so it can blend in with the snowy landscape.

The Scout has had a cloth Kama and face cover made out of cloth material cut to size then the were glued into place. The tube from is back and goes under his face cover is from a 6" Madelman Scuba diver and the small circular connection which is for the heater generator tube was done by cutting a thin piece of plasticard and gluing in place.

The small motion sensor was a 3-3/4" Snow trooper back pack and I cut of a few buttons and repainted a small screen with some reading on it and the antenna's are thin pieces of plasticard cut to size and then small holes drilled into the back pack and then the antenna's were glued in place.

Base - is built up using foam core sheets and plaster cloth was used to get a uneven ground cover. Once dry a mixer of 45/45/10 of PVA glue 45% and Army Painter snow flakes 45% and water 10% were mixed together and I then started to spread it over the base. Once the snow was dry I sprayed the whole diorama with Matt Varnish and then used Woodland Scenics Realistic water and gave the snow a very light covering to in hence the snowy look to it.


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