Friday, May 4, 2012

"Numa" Star Wars Action Figure


May the 4th be with you all on this fantastic Star Wars day.

Why fantastic?

Well, because Dad just finished a project that he has been wanting to complete for a very long time. Dad finally finished his Numa action figure.

She's sculpted entirely by hand.  The arms are modified ones from a Ben Quadrinaros action figure and the hands are from the ROTS Aayla Secura.  The feet are from a Vintage Phantom Menace Anakin Skywalker that Dad sculpted onto.  The head and torso were made with Apoxie Sculpt that was applied to the torso and head of a Hiccup How to Train Your Dragon action figure that Dad dremeled down to a skeleton.  Dad made Numa a cross between the Clone Wars depiction of Numa and the Sideshow version that came with Waxer and Boil. 

Dad worked on this figure while he interviewed customizer Lucasclones with Tamer on CAFN.

I've seen Numa on a lot of fan lists begging Hasbro to make her, but Habro's so-called Clone Wars "kid friendly" line has yet to create the cool children of Star Wars like Numa and Jaybo Hood.  I guess they'll just be sidelined like Kitster and Wald.




"NUMA"
created by Darth Daddy








SKILL LEVEL: ADVANCED





Numa as she is depicted on the Clone Wars television series.









 Dad's Numa was featured on the front page of Yakface.com in their Customizer Mega Spotlight.




Dad's Numa was featured on the front page of Imperial Shipyards.