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Hey guys, with the return of the clone wars I've decided to build this moc based on one of my favorite episodes of the series S2epi5. I built one moc of the AT-TE to take the especial place on the moc. Lego Star Wars MOC: Second battle of Geonosis by Lego SWBR, on Flickr Lego Star Wars MOC: Second battle of Geonosis by Lego SWBR, on Flickr Lego Star Wars MOC: Second battle of Geonosis by Lego SWBR, on Flickr www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_ggAvmKo9s
Far from my usual MOCs, here come my first custom minifigs. They are all based on Star Wars The Clone War serie and the famous 501st Legion Captain Rex & his clones by Veynom, on Flickr From left to right: Captain Rex, Sergeant Appo, Kix, Jesse, Dogma, Havoc, Echo. Rex is the TLC minifig with custom accessories. All other clones mix custom decals, custom helmets, custom weapons, custom pauldrons. Quarter turn right, right! by Veynom, on Flickr Decals on arms provide real appeal and some are even different. But admittedly, the medical logo on Krix's arm is not fully correct. Backview by Veynom, on Flickr Back view showing again some differences. 6 custom clone troopers by Veynom, on Flickr The 6 custom clones with decals on their torso, back, arms and legs. Jesse has also a custom belt. Zoom on Dogma: Dogma by Veynom, on Flickr And now on Kix: Jesse by Veynom, on Flickr The Arc Troopers Havoc & Echo: Havoc & Echo by Veynom, on Flickr And all of my 501st as of today: 501st Legion by Veynom, on Flickr For your info: - Weapons come from The Little Arms Shop - Pauldrons come from Cape Madness - Custom helmets are from Clone Army Custom - Decals are homemade. I scanned a sticker sheet purchased on eBay then printed (inkjet) it on an empty decal sheet (hard to find). Afterward, I had to apply varnish all over the printed sheet, using a spray (because using a pencil was diluting the color). Once your decal sheet is dry, cut carefully the decals, put them into the water and wait until they slip off their support. Apply carefully on the minifig. I also use Microscale products to ensure that decals can stick to curved surfaces (arms & legs) and on the borders. Finally, I apply one last touch of varnish so that my son can play with them. I learned a lot during the process and there are a few mistake I will not do anymore. on the bright side, I am now fully equipped to produce a battalion of clones. :) My army is progressing :mrgreen: Comments welcome...