Star Wars Custom Of The Week: Djas Puhr By The Art Of Luke Sprywalker

Bespin refugee - June 16, 2024



Djas Puhr By The Art Of Luke Sprywalker


"Excited to say I have made some time to customize figures again! Super stoked on the Haslab Cantina so lets make some figures for it before it gets here. I have wanted a screen accurate D'jas Purr for a while now. The version Hasbro gave us is nothing like the character on screen. My good friend Christopher Herman shrank down a 6 inch Planet of the Apes torso to the perfect size for 3.75 figures. I molded and cast it in black rubber then hollowed out the lower portion to fit on the Sith legs/hips. Obi-Wan arms, Boom Vidm hands and Hasbro D'jas Purr head. The entire figure was repainted other than the eyes. I started to do some shading on the head but decided not to as I wanted this to look like a figure that would come from Hasbro. Super fun and not too difficult to make with the torso available from my store, Outer Rim Traders. Thanks for having a look and I hope to see an accurate D'jas in everyones cantina!
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Shrief - 2024-07-14 @ 11:48 pm

Love your work ..

Bespin refugee - 2024-07-14 @ 2:02 pm

Yellow SpacerByThe Art Of Luke SprywalkerSpacer #2 AKA the Yellow Spacer as seen in the cantina in A New Hope. I thought I would share my process on this one starting with collecting reference photos. Followed by the figure parts and my work in progress. He is quite different from Bossk but does share the same flight suit and a few other parts. He does not wear a belt or have the pilot harness around his waist and legs. So lets see what it would take to create this figure in 1:18 scale.I started with the Bossk figure and a 3D printed helmet from my shop, Outer Rim Traders . Obviously I need new lower arms and legs so I used a set of gloves from the fodder bin and legs from the Endor Rebel. Legs need dremeling down to reduce the bulky look at the knees. Next is the mid section without the belt. Looking through my fodder it looked like the new Obi-Wan belly could work so I cut the Bossk figure just above the hips and made the new belly fit those hips and glued in place. Good start and like the look so I stopped here for now. Future updates coming to complete this figure for the cantina!...Yellow Spacer, AKA Spacer #2 is done! Picking up where I left off with my last post. I have now sculpted the collar that holds the helmet followed by painting it gloss black. Then airbrushed the figure with a light yellow I mixed up to match the flight suit. Continually studying the reference photos it is time to place the hoses and figure out the final details for this guy. The hose that runs from his stomach to his back is covered in yellow cloth so again I grabbed the Tamiyia tape and covered the hose followed by painting it yellow. The flight vest was a bit short so I painted Tamiyia tape white and wrapped it around the Obi-Wan belly to make it look a bit longer. Next up I used thin wire to create the cables that hook to the wench on his chest area. These are used to keep the helmet on incase the suit is inflated to protect the wearer. More painted tape was used as the strap that is seen across his back when sitting at the table. The final steps were painting the screen accurate helmet from Outer Rim Traders and adding a base guitar string as the tube that runs from the elbow on the helmet to the holes in the flight vest. WOW! What a project! Tons of minor details that make him very different from the Bossk figure. One more cantina patron checked off the list! Thanks for having a look and following the build!Check out more images of their custom below in our GALLERY!If you would like to submit your own custom figure(s) to be displayed on JediInsider.com, be sure to check out ourCustom Forum section, where you can discuss and show off your work among other customizers.

Shrief - 2024-06-16 @ 10:32 pm

Nice one ?

Bespin refugee - 2024-06-16 @ 5:44 pm

Djas PuhrByThe Art Of Luke Sprywalker"Excited to say I have made some time to customize figures again! Super stoked on the Haslab Cantina so lets make some figures for it before it gets here. I have wanted a screen accurate D'jas Purr for a while now. The version Hasbro gave us is nothing like the character on screen. My good friend Christopher Herman shrank down a 6 inch Planet of the Apes torso to the perfect size for 3.75 figures. I molded and cast it in black rubber then hollowed out the lower portion to fit on the Sith legs/hips. Obi-Wan arms, Boom Vidm hands and Hasbro D'jas Purr head. The entire figure was repainted other than the eyes. I started to do some shading on the head but decided not to as I wanted this to look like a figure that would come from Hasbro. Super fun and not too difficult to make with the torso available from my store, Outer Rim Traders. Thanks for having a look and I hope to see an accurate D'jas in everyones cantina!"Check out more images of their custom below in our GALLERY!If you would like to submit your own custom figure(s) to be displayed on JediInsider.com, be sure to check out ourCustom Forum section, where you can discuss and show off your work among other customizers.

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