Thursday, January 1, 2015

CUSTOMS FOR THE KID: 2014 - YEAR IN REVIEW


Happy New Year, everyone!

Well, another year ahead of us.  But before moving forward, it is always fun to take a look back, and see what we accomplished in 2014.

Now the first thing Customs for the Kid noticed were that we didn't make as many figures as we did in previous years.  It was more a year of quality over quantity. The customs we created were the usual fare, easy customs that are great for a beginner customizer to try out, through to more advanced figures for seasoned veterans to tackle.  All skill levels were available to attempt.

We made mostly Clone Wars action figures.  It was our way of saying goodbye to one of our favorite TV shows.  We modified a few Rebels figures and filled in our Jabba's Palace a bit too.  We included a picture of our "Battle for Endor" Charal action figure in the video because she was made in 2014. She hasn't been posted on the blog yet, but she'll get the full treatment very soon.

Last year, we also saw our blog and Star Wars customizing grow in popularity. Dad scored a gig over at The Star Wars Underworld showcasing Star Wars custom action figure artists from all over the world once a week.  In December of last year, Customs for the Kid  had the most traffic that it's ever had in a single month. What really amazed us though was how Darth Daddy's Google+ page is now averaging over a million views a month! Just another wonderful year, and Customs for the Kid hopes to share many more with you all in the years ahead.


CUSTOMS FOR THE KID: 2014 - YEAR IN REVIEW
Star Wars Custom Action Figures created by Darth Daddy & Elias



Here's looking forward to an awesome 2015!