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Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Tue Oct 02, 2018 10:46 am ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Here is a better picture of my female Manadolorian that I named Iyauta. Perhaps better known as BoBetty.

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Tue Oct 02, 2018 10:37 am ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Just adding an extra pick of a couple of my figs that I posted before the contest was over.

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Sun Sep 30, 2018 12:13 pm ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Next up is the figure most inspired for the custom challenge and that is Korso. A member of Tobias Beckett's gang that raided Mimban inadvertently rescuing Han and Chewbacca from certain death. Korso while not named can be seen in the movies and is discussed in greater length in the sticker book and...

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Sun Sep 30, 2018 12:05 pm ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Next up is an Amphib who is strictly an enforcer and debt collector Ploovo Two For One--a small time gangster in the Corporate Sector. The Amphib is Green Lantern movie figure named green man appropriately enough. I love the Green Lantern Corps figures. While limited in articulation, with a proper p...

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Sun Sep 30, 2018 11:21 am ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Not all criminals are dashing Corellian pirates or loathsome Hutt gangsters. Some are rather petty thieves who are clawing, sniffing, and conniving their way to eek out an existence until the big score comes along. Such is the life of one Waddy Peytona. An unassuming being whose crafty mind is aided...

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Sun Sep 30, 2018 11:09 am ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Here is a custom criminal from Solo named Susaut Volupicite. The head is from an Angel Forge/Slayer Design/Good to Go Customs head. I slightly modified the nose of the head and painted the tip of the nose black. Not a 100% match from the movie. But good. The body is a GI Joe fighter pilot (Ace I bel...

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Sun Sep 30, 2018 11:02 am ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

attached is a member of the Rebel Alliance's Procurement Division. Loyal to soldiers of the cause of bringing freedom to the galaxy by defeating the Empire are experts in combat but also acquiring rare war material. This member of the Procurement Division is made from a super articulated prune fact ...

Re: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS

 by UKHistory ¦  Fri Jul 06, 2018 5:30 pm ¦  Forum: YAKfinities ¦  Topic: Yakfinities #69 - CRIMINALS ¦  Replies: 176 ¦  Views: 15689

Love all the custom challenges. That said I maybe am most excited for this one. In honor Solo, the most fun I have had at a movie since 1983, my criminals will be from the Han Solo novels by Brian Daley.

Re: XDarthSinisterX Presents: A Different Point Of View

 by UKHistory ¦  Sat Jun 23, 2018 12:09 am ¦  Forum: Fan Art ¦  Topic: XDarthSinisterX Presents: A Different Point Of View ¦  Replies: 25 ¦  Views: 3969

I am good I reall like your marvel jabba 3.75 and henchmen. I don’t get a lot of the. Six inch figs. But your xrimson junk and Jolliff are really nice.

Re: XDarthSinisterX Presents: A Different Point Of View

 by UKHistory ¦  Fri Jun 22, 2018 10:31 am ¦  Forum: Fan Art ¦  Topic: XDarthSinisterX Presents: A Different Point Of View ¦  Replies: 25 ¦  Views: 3969

Love your work. As someone who has purchased your wonderful designs and his really enjoyed your interpretation of the event prior and now following the Original Trilogy, I am enjoying this retelling.

You have a fun perspective on this distant universe from a long time ago.

Re: Han Solo Movie (Spoiler Discussion)

 by UKHistory ¦  Tue Jun 19, 2018 7:06 pm ¦  Forum: Sequel & Spinoff Films ¦  Topic: Han Solo Movie (Spoiler Discussion) ¦  Replies: 56 ¦  Views: 4593

Chewie, I agree with you. Solo, while not perfect, was pure fun. In some ways Solo was the most fun I have had at the movies since 1983. I have seen it five times and want to see it at least once more. I really liked Ingruber for the role which worries me beforehand but the cast I thought was great....

Re: The 15th Trial: FLESH AND STEEL - POSTED!

 by UKHistory ¦  Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:12 pm ¦  Forum: Photo Novels ¦  Topic: The 15th Trial: FLESH AND STEEL - POSTED! ¦  Replies: 36 ¦  Views: 4461

Acid rain vehicle especially damaged fits in perfectly. It really struck me your comment how the Enloes have moved on and what that means. Depending how you play it, that is high drama.

Thanks to your commitment to keep telling new chapters you have real characters developing. Well done

Re: The 15th Trial: FLESH AND STEEL - POSTED!

 by UKHistory ¦  Fri Jun 08, 2018 2:53 pm ¦  Forum: Photo Novels ¦  Topic: The 15th Trial: FLESH AND STEEL - POSTED! ¦  Replies: 36 ¦  Views: 4461

Loved this latest edition. Photography--well done. Scenery--from the red clay sand to the junk greeblies strewn across the landscape to the excellent building facades the background allows the story to come alive. Special praise is garnered for the sewer; down to the greenish liquid on the lip of th...

Re: Han Solo Movie (Spoiler Discussion)

 by UKHistory ¦  Fri Jun 01, 2018 2:05 pm ¦  Forum: Sequel & Spinoff Films ¦  Topic: Han Solo Movie (Spoiler Discussion) ¦  Replies: 56 ¦  Views: 4593

Back in line for #4. Back at air and space for a matinee to start the weekend off right.

Re: Han Solo Movie (Spoiler Discussion)

 by UKHistory ¦  Fri Jun 01, 2018 12:31 pm ¦  Forum: Sequel & Spinoff Films ¦  Topic: Han Solo Movie (Spoiler Discussion) ¦  Replies: 56 ¦  Views: 4593

Having Nest be an early rebel is, while a little surprising, is not necessary. Having Han deal with all types of bad guys would have been better. I think the Brian Daley novels were amazing in how it portrayed Han just a couple of years, if that, before A New Hope. This Han is about 10 years younger...

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