Monday, February 23, 2015

"ZEB's BO-RIFLE MODIFICATION" created by Darth Daddy

This is just a quick modification that you can  make to Zeb's Bo-Rifle if you have a drill, krazy glue, and some small rare earth magnets on hand.  Just drill two small holes in to the triangles on the back of the Zeb action figure and two more into Zeb's Bo-Rifle and the weapon will attach to his back just like in the show.  I used an X-acto knife to adjust the weapon so it is positioned like it is when it is closed.  I just cut off the trigger and handle and then glued them into the reconfigured location.  It should take you less than thirty minutes to perform this modification.

created by Darth Daddy

 Magnets were inserted in the center of the triangles on Zeb's back.

 The raised bumps were also drilled out and magnets were inserted and glued into place to line up with the magnets in the center of the triangles.


Zeb's Extended Bo-Rifle

Monday, February 16, 2015


Last night we received an email from Twelfth Parsec to let us know that their new online store is open for business.  Those of you who participated in their Indiegogo Space Trees campaign know how good the quality is on these products.  Their webstore offers their Space Tree sets with expansion pieces, as well as some "new" quality "Who Shot First" diorama sets with or without LED lighting.

We recommend heading over and grabbing all your wallets will allow!

Sunday, February 15, 2015

"C1-10P" aka "CHOPPER" with Accessories by DARTH DADDY

So I wasn't really happy with the first custom action figure of Chopper that I made, so I took one more crack at him.  This time I used the arms from the front of the Ralph McQuarrie R2-D2 that I realized I should have used immediately after finishing my last version.  It's funny how the best piece could be right there under your nose and you still completely miss it. I inserted magnets at each end of the arm for articulation.

I also added a few extra accessories that I didn't provide the last time around. A wheel made from a recycled plastic Chinese food container, some clear styrene rod, a magnet, and some Green Stuff. Once I finished the fabrication of the wheel, I sculpted a rocket booster from Green Stuff, glue gun, that I then finished off with a few washes of sepia and red.  I really like that these simple modifications provided so much more from this Chopper compared to my last stab at it.   I just showed this figure on the last episode of The Wolpack Podcast when I appeared as a guest, so I figured I should finish him up and get him posted since he was sort of revealed already.  

Hope you all enjoy!

"C1-10P" aka "CHOPPER" 
with Accessories 
created by DARTH DADDY

Small magnets were inserted in the head to attach and articulate the arms.

A magnet was attached at the base of the figure also. 

As well as to the top of the wheel.

 I even put a magnet into the rocket booster.

I still want to make a few adjustments to the rocket booster before I'll call this one complete.


This figure was featured on The Wolfpack Podcast.