3-3/4" Dagobah Training By Hemblecreations

Jay Cochran - February 03, 2013
This JediInsider Custom was done by Hemblecreations who has created a custom 3-3/4" Dagobah Training display. Here is how he describes the making of it:

"I haven't done a Star Wars dio for a while and while I was looking thru my parts box I came across Luke and Yoda and decided I would make the dio pictured.

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Luke & Yoda - Both figures are the older OTC Dagobah Training figures and I used them straight out of the package as even now they are great looking figures. I superglued what joints they had and then covered them with putty, I painted them using Vallejo and GW paints and weathered them using Vallejo paints and pastels.

Base - Is an old Sideshow Star Wars base and I used modelling clay and plaster of Paris to build the ground work up. Once the plaster dried I then used dried up potty mix for the soil as this is perfect for swamp areas. When the potty mix had dried I used Woodland Sccenics realistic water and lightly covered the potty mix to give it a damp feel to it.

The tree is some roots I got from the front garden and the small skinner vines I picked up from the local florist, the small shrubs are from Army Painter and the small stones are from the garden.

The swamp water was done by adding a paint mixer of dark and light browns to get the desired colour and then that was mixed in with some Woodland Sccenics realistic water, the snakes are from Hasbro's Young Indy from TLC series.

Ron "


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hemblecreations - 2013-02-10 @ 5:34 am

Hi All,

matone- Cheers mate and if you ever need to know something just send me an email.

JoeRhyno- Thanks buddy and no I just pulled them out of the and left them to dry for a week.

Ron

JoeRhyno - 2013-02-04 @ 6:49 pm

Wow, that's awesome Ron, love the "trees", did you do anything to them to help preserve them, or just left them as is from the ground?

matone - 2013-02-04 @ 7:32 am

beautiful work, ive only been through a few posts n have learned quite a bit

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