Monday, July 6, 2015

Darth Daddy Custom Figure Design Class Offer

Customs for the Kid is offering a pledge incentive to help fund High Adventure's campaign to release their fifth album High Five. Darth Daddy from Customs For The Kid will give you a world-class hands-on tutorial in sculpting, painting, figure customization, and design. Walk away with your own one-of-a-kind creation! The class will be offered in the Customs for the Kid studio. PLUS you receive the album download and access to the exclusive updates. You'll even get a tour of the Customs for the Kid collection!



High Adventure is a Fan-Rock band, based out of Connecticut. Since 2008, "Hi-Ad" has gathered a worldwide following of fanboys and fangirls with their passionate music about comic books, movies, video games, loving life and fandom. The band has been featured on NPR, "The Force-Cast," "RebelForce Radio," "The Indy-Cast," "The Mac-Cast," "Fanboy's Guide To The Galaxy," "The Star Wars Report," "The Star Wars Talk Show," "TechnoRetro Dads" and have played such high profile shows as New York Comic ConStar Wars CelebrationComiCONNRhode Island Comic Con and Boston Super Mega Fest!  High Adventure's music has also been featured in the soundtrack to the Star Wars documentary The Force Within Us.


Action figures and album photo by Customs for the Kid


High Adventure is teaming up with PledgeMusic to make their fifth album entitled “High Five”. It will be the first album to feature the entire 8-piece band together in the studio. All 14 songs are written and demoed and ready to record. All they need is you! High Adventure has tons of cool exclusives and incentives that you can pledge on, so check it out, watch the video, and pledge your support. They can’t wait to share their amazing new music! 

Customs for the Kid is really honored to have been asked to contribute to the album art for the latest offering from High Adventure. Lead singer Glen Nelson just told us the characters he wanted photographed together making a "high five" pose and Customs for the Kid set up the shots.