I don't know. I just went on a group ("Star Wars, Marvel, DC, action figures and fodder..") and asked if anyone had made one before. He just happened to respond saying he had found the full-sized kit and shrunk it for me.That sounds like the parts list for a full size Viper helmet... That's the great thing about 3D printing, you can resize to your hearts content. (I dont suppose he sells 1:1 prints does he?... the classic Viper helmet is one of my grails)
If you hunt around FB and online, you can get one pretty easily I'm sure. The RPF is a great site for props and costume piecesI don't know. I just went on a group ("Star Wars, Marvel, DC, action figures and fodder..") and asked if anyone had made one before. He just happened to respond saying he had found the full-sized kit and shrunk it for me.
You sure? He wore a big fur coat.
You guys have a point. Guess I should have elaborated.. I meant as a base figure for "Scottish Jabba". Ackbar's little gut of a stomach just made me think of Jabba or Wuhar.Yeah, not really seeing Scottish Jabba there (though I'm sure Ewan could do the voice.) It looks more like a figure from a cool pre-TPM Young Obi-wan adventure.
Very carefully, I should add, I very carefully shaved it off with a razor blade. Ymmv, story for anecdotal purposes only, no instruction or suggestion given or implied.Many years ago, when the POTF2 Expanded Universe was the only game in town for a Thrawn figure, I was making a custom one harvesting parts from that one. I was able to shave the rank insignia clean off his chest using a razor blade, and it reattached to the new body and actually looked great with that little bit of separation it having been removed and attached provided.
OMG... They are beautiful...These aren't my customs but I just wanted to share because they are amazing!!! These are made by a guy in Cali - his Insta page is called Tim's Toyz. I wanted to share because not ONLY should we have the first two Leia's (from TLJ) by now, but this is also the quality (face and hair) that Hasbro should be striving for! The TROS Leia is pretty darn fab as well! BRAVO TIM!!!View attachment 344480
Heat the head up w/hairdryer or near boiling water to soften the plastic and the glue bond. Then carefully pry off the hair. You'll have to get through some glue potentially so have an xacto knife on the ready and don't be afraid to make a small cut if necessaryHow is best to remove hair pieces from newer figs? Jedi Luke, ceremony Luke etc?