UTINNIII's Unique Creations Vol 3

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The Verpine sentinel droid is incredible. I love the treadwell style maintenance droids - great use of greeblies!
Thanks! You will be happy to know I hope to make a vintage concept K-SO figure soon (if I have time before the year ends).

*****

These droids fight for the amusement of sentients.

Round 1
CR-4B VS Probe



CR-4B is a Korean Model.
Probe is a repainted Gundam
REF-1 is an Ironman body with a GI-Joe head
Background droids are repaints. R-Unit heads are cast.

Round 2
War Bantha VS Battle Drek







The War Bantha is owned by a tribe of Jawas. Each victory, it is modified with any useful parts from the defeated droid.
Treads: Gundam
Head: GI-Joe scorpion body
The rest are random fodder parts.
It is pretty articulated and the blades retract.

A not-so-swift Rodian thought he could create a pair of entirely robotic "nek" and get it past the Battle Nek Pit Fighting Club. However, the cyborg animals quickly realized they were fake. Now, the Battle Dreks fight only other robots.

REF-2 is a BAD head I had no body for and a surplus Ironman body. (Although, I really wanted to make a REF droid using a silver screaming Mace Windu head but I didn't have one.)
 

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Merry Sithmas!

Merry Sithmas!

Sith Probe droid




It is a Korean toy top painted. I added the metal poles in the bottom and the cords are guitar string.

Because Droid day only comes twice a year!



BB-GR8: Repainted BB-8 in R2-D2 colors
QT-Pi: Repainted Keychain with fake eyelashes. She is the mother of BB-8. I wish I had watched the source material before making her. I mistakenly remembered her being bigger than BB-8.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sClBNY1EISU
 
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Meanwhile, a 4 way cage match is going on.





LAN-K3 has a FX-7 body, Robotech? head and Jurassic World Sub base with added foamboard for height. The arm is from a GI-JOE scorpion, with Korean gun, wire and the face of a Reaction Worst figure (X something).

Black is part of a Korean model.

Blade is a Beyblade? with a cast Jawa Droid Factory arm.

Drek is a McToy with a Korean Model head.

Yet another battle droid.
 
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The fighting CR-4B-E
Legs are a McToy,
Claw???
Head is from a Jurassic World Sub.

That looks pretty cool. It reminds me a plonk had it been in TPM.

This droid has taken exception to the ref's ruling.

Head is a modified Transformer part.
Arm is from a mini Ultron figure



 
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BB-R2 & BB-R5

BB-R2 & BB-R5



When X-Wings transitioned to the BB series, the original models had heads similar to their astromech counterparts. This was done so older pilots would be more inclined to upgrade.
Early models had the astromech personality uploaded to the BB units but that turned out to be impractical as the bodies were too dissimilar.

The heads are from the Disney (Mini Sandcrawler) BAD blind boxes. There are 3 different heads with 12 total different droids. I like them for their heads and they can also make a good forced perspective background droid.

Group shots












These last 2 shots are some of my unfinished droids.



 
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Damn! I'm unsure if you have a go-to process as I can pick out a few printed pieces, maybe a sculpey piece and some amazingly done swapout-style customs like the criminal gangs! Either way, I love what you're doing - especially with your seemingly endless color pallet! Excellent stuff man, don't stop!
 

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Back from the dead!!!

Damn! I'm unsure if you have a go-to process as I can pick out a few printed pieces, maybe a sculpey piece and some amazingly done swapout-style customs like the criminal gangs! Either way, I love what you're doing - especially with your seemingly endless color pallet! Excellent stuff man, don't stop!
WOW! I can't believe it has been this long since an update.

Thanks Cy!
My process really depends on what I'm making. I have boxes of fodder and greeblies but I enjoy sculpting the most. Usually I have a character I want to create but often I look at a figure and ask myself "What can I make with this?"

Lady Valarian's Enforcers

Blairez thought she had it made since he won a junky Ugly in a Sabbac game. She was finally free of Jakku. She thought her days as a hyperdrive waste extractor were over and longed to start a better life someplace beautiful like Naboo.

The Lucky Despot Casino was anything but lucky for her and she now finds herself stranded in yet another hot hellhole, indebted to Lady Valarian.

Lady Valorian sent a trio of her enforcers to "remind" Blairez of her debt and to collect her so she can scrub some toxic and irradiated shipments Lady Valorian has stashed away somewhere.



Blairez is a soldier body repainted with a custom head (early attempt at a Marvel AIM soldier)

Shorty is a repainted Dollarama Dwarf figure with a cast gammie head.
Rendaar is a True Heroes troll. I will replace his head with a cast one once it cures.
The third gammie is there to show scale. He will eventually be replaced with a Hulk body and gammie head.

I guess I forgot to upload these two. Both are from the Art of TLJ.

 
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16 months of nothing, then twice in one day! -parahprasing Den

Momo you di'nt!

Yoko is a Momo, an avian-like species that lives in flocks. Her flock decided to travel through the stars only to crash land on a desert planet. She was the only survivor.
Momo has never lived alone and was devastated when she discovered that her flock was gone, especially all the eggs and hatchlings.

She lives on the fringes of an outpost and is drawn to nurture the children there. The citizens mistrusted her and later blamed her when some children went missing. Now she lives in fear because they are hunting her while she is simultaneously drawn to their community to escape the madness of her isolation.






Yoko Momo has a Rey body with Greenstuff fingers and feet. The head is sculpted with Model Magic.

Child is a How To Train Your Dragon body with a Kindertoy head (I think!)
 
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Man, you are amazing. You are the ONLY one doing stuff like this. Your stuff would give a kind of Archie Goodwin/Al Williamson type of cartoonishness to any diorama scene. These are the kind of images that inspired me as a kid. That shirtless Gamorrean is exactly what one might see in the old Marvel. Most of all, I love the little backstories! “She thought her days as a hyperspace waste extractor were over.” Brilliant!
 

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Man, you are amazing. You are the ONLY one doing stuff like this. Your stuff would give a kind of Archie Goodwin/Al Williamson type of cartoonishness to any diorama scene. These are the kind of images that inspired me as a kid. That shirtless Gamorrean is exactly what one might see in the old Marvel. Most of all, I love the little backstories! “She thought her days as a hyperspace waste extractor were over.” Brilliant!
Thanks, I really appreciate hearing that. Firstly, because you seem to be a custom connoisseur, and secondly because I feel many of my customs are very niche.

The above yellow alien is very Archie/Al inspired. I would love to do some of their background aliens someday but there are a few I don't feel I'm ready for, especially the more serpentine ones.

Here's another pic of it.




Momo also needs a close up.








I also have a bunch of Marvel aliens I want to tackle. There are literally hundreds of figures I want to make from the movies, sketchbooks, Rpgs, comics and sketchbooks.

I'll confess that I've made customs (and even a photonovel) just for their puns (Yoko Momo, and I didn't mention that her tribe took to the spaceways since the other beings on her world would hunt her kind to drain their blood to make tasty Momosas).

Momo's backstory and design are also based in the real world. Momo is a new Urban legend or creepy pasta where kids are targeted. The Japanese sculpture "Mother Bird" is where the image of Momo was taken from. the nurturing "mother" aspect and the urban legend was why Yoko needed to be attracted to kids. She is benign, but feared for stupid reasons. The original art was also a human/avian hybrid which is why I gave her bird-like feet and fingers.

I've also thought of a backstory first and then had to make a figure for it.

The most fun is when I glance at something and everything falls into place. I was horrified to discover that an ear had broken off my Salacious Crumb figure. That just can't be glued back on. Salacious rhymes with malicious and I happened to have a too-small Vader figure and suddenly Darth Malicious was born.

A lot of times it comes down to looking at my fodder (army body and AIM head) and justifying how it can fit in the Star Wars Universe. The figures tell me what they want to be rather than I have an idea and find the fodder to make it.
 
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Nigreomancer and Mount

Some think they use force powers while others think they are charlatans. Regardless, these mysterious beings are always viewed with trepidation.




Painted Leia with feather and Batman? Cape
Repainted lizard and saddle. I actually bought the lizard because the saddle was already on it. Some cool kid made that and I wanted to preserve it.
 

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K-0OL-1



K-0OL-1 is a decommissioned early model KX series security droid where they used the inferior bodies of the protocol droids.

K is attached to a lesser Imperial bureaucrat and no longer on active duty. He is currently trying to track down his master who was discretely sent down to Jeddha on a secret mission by Director Krennic. K is troubled because his programming suggests that Krennic is not really an ally to his master. He is also worried because it seems like the Empire is pulling out of Jeddha in a hurry so he wants his master to complete his mission with all haste.

K-0Ol1 is based off an early concept sketch of K-2SO. I had a vintage C-3P0 with a missing hand.
 

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Ligulatechans

Ligulatechans are relatives to Affytechans with the primary difference being that Ligulatechans are not bipedal but instead use dozens of petals and tendrils to ambulate around. They are mostly peaceful and arguably sentient. While they can be intelligent, most only concern themselves with their environment. They don’t care about the science behind a sunrise or the water cycle, only that those things affect their growth.

They are brightly colored but their fragrances are not palatable to the human nostril.





They were all made with sundry fake plant parts. I painted them based off of descriptions of Affytechans in the book Children of the Jedi as well as Googling tropical plants. The novel didn’t state that Affytechans were bipedal (bi-petal?) although Wookiepedia states they are.
They weren't described much in the book. This is basically what was said.







There was a Blue and White captain and it was said that they slung their "guns" [mops] over their shoulders but I took that to mean from their programming, and that they didn't have actual shoulders. It was also never mentioned that they had conventional heads.
 
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I think these are my favorite of your customs. I don't generally enjoy scratch built custom figures. That's not a criticism of your work. I say that to point out that I have stylistic preferences. But these do in fact hit that level of quality and design that make me forget my scratch built prejudices.

I read this book for the second time not that long ago, and both times I was taken by these characters. I thought they were an example of out of the norm creativity in their description and behavior.

Your design has managed to capture the other worldly feeling that I got when I encountered them in the story.
Very creative, and very well executed. You should consider these a feather in your customizing cap... :awesome:
 

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I think these are my favorite of your customs. I don't generally enjoy scratch built custom figures. That's not a criticism of your work. I say that to point out that I have stylistic preferences. But these do in fact hit that level of quality and design that make me forget my scratch built prejudices.

I read this book for the second time not that long ago, and both times I was taken by these characters. I thought they were an example of out of the norm creativity in their description and behavior.

Your design has managed to capture the other worldly feeling that I got when I encountered them in the story.
Very creative, and very well executed. You should consider these a feather in your customizing cap... :awesome:
Or a green thumb! Thanks!
 

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Sirphin and Darkforce creature

No love for my plant aliens?


During the era of the Old Republic, some Sith decided to escape to the unknown regions.
They landed on the mostly Aquatic planet of Sirphinberd.

The planet already had several intelligent species which made great slaves.
The natives has never been exposed to the Force before, especially the Dark side.
However, they quickly discovered that they had an aptitude for it. They learned in secret until they knew all the secrets of the word of the Sith.

Then they ate their masters.

Here is a Sirphin wearing the traditional garb of the Sith that landed there controlling one of the many Force creatures that were created to serve.



Head is an upside down Davy Jones. Body is from a Maul keychain figure.
Fish is a repainted toy. I made the scales shiny and more fishy.

I haven't quite decided if I will repaint the robes in more aquatic colors or not. What do you think?
 
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I actually like it the way you have it. Great use of Davy Jones!
 

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I actually like it the way you have it. Great use of Davy Jones!
Thanks. I decided that the Sith color scheme works best.

I will have lots of tentacles in the future so I will have other chances to make aquatic colored garbs.

Next up; Chiss Saboteurs





I had a Juno Eclipse head that was chewed up so I thought I would make them into scars.
I gave the one guy a huge birthmark.
 

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Simple(ish) fodder swaps







I'm not even sure where many of the parts are from. Most are simple swaps and repaints.

"Shorty". I've had this figure forever, but never had a head.

"Loc-nar Priest". Yujin capsule toy needed some legs. Pantyhose skirt.

"Troll". I've also had that helmet for a long time. It fits on the Chap-mei troll head that was left over from my Gamorrean thug from the last contest. It actually fits rather well.

"Deep One guard". Skylander head that I really liked on a more suitable body.

"Shrinking Violet". I tried to 3D print a few items at once which caused all 3 to abort. The head is actually the inverted torso of an alien bust.
 

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Alien Flora and Fauna

Alien Flora and Fauna


In comic books or in old movies/TV shows I loved how they just had random alien things in the background. Oftentimes, they just repainted real things in garish colors or glued things on lizards to make them alien.

I made a bunch of background beasts and plants and weird aliens.







Rampage Lizzie with a Transformer shell

Black blob is some kind of silicon compound.

3 repainted dinosaurs and a dog creature of dubious origins. I’m really pleased with the paint patterns on the dinos. I got the tiny one in a Christmas cracker when I was a kid and always liked it except for the stupid yellow color. Problem fixed!

Walking Footplant: I needed to make a mold to replace a missing Abomination foot. I decided to turn it into a creeping plant. Stalks are from an aquatic toy set.

Colorful slime plant: I’m really pleased with this one. It was the base of a Yujin toy. It was water splashing up. I repainted it and added the hair from an Anime figure.

Crystal life from: It chimes and scintillates to communicate. I added a sheen to the base of a random toy.

Purple ooze: One of my tubes of paint was drying out so I made these from the semi solid paint.

Jellyfish like aliens: The larger one is some kind of missle. The smaller one (I really like) is a Rhyu Streetfighter blast.

Slime Tentacle: 2 random parts put together. I based this one off of early Cane Addis designs.

Rock Lifeform: The custom painted dragon is actually just the meal for the Rock beneath it. It has the ability to change its consistency so in one second, the lizard is sitting on rock, but the next, it sinks into mud, only to be trapped in rock again to be slowly digested. The rock is dried out modelling clay and the green tendril plants (technically a third life form) are the plastic remains of drilling out green plastic (Waste not want not!). The rock allows them to remain as camouflage.
 

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Backgrounders Batch 1
These are the aliens that would be seen in the background of a movie or comic. Nothing really interesting, or complex; but neat to see.







Bug head: Mctoy body with a bug head (kind one throws at a window and watches it slime down).
4 eyes: Halloween Candy head lid with a Stargate body.
Ginger: Gundam body with a 3D printed head. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:166218
Reptoid: Jurassic Cheap toy body and cheap toy head (back has a human face).
Orctoid: Jurassic Park body and LOTR door accessory head
Reclining Oxenkinder: Beyblade top head with cheapo soldier body
Marty McFly: TMNT Kree-O head on a Anime body
Snouty McSnoutface: Cheapo warrior toy with Milliput face
Stoic Priest: BurgerKing Rasputin with a coral rock I found.
Tribesmen: Off brand toy repainted.

Background Aquatic Species
The flash washes out the painting on these figures, but they are quite textured.



Cuttlefishhead: I had a broken King in a bag of toys so instead of throwing it out, I made this. The head was an early sculpt by me. It was based off a Babylon 5 alien.
Nectocaris pteryxhead: SW II Jedi keychain with a cast of a prehistoric cephalopod Nectocaris pteryx.
Reptihead: Dollarstore alien with a cast of a reptile head (MOTU?)
 

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Early Bird gets the Worm

Avian Alien
Xenobiologists have trouble categorizing this one. It has both avian and gastropod characteristics yet also carries its eggs in a pouch, like a marsupial.





Head. Arms: Beyblade? Top parts
Body: Upside down cheapo dragon figure with a bit of Greenstuff to lengthen the tentacles
Tail: Mctoy Monster Inc lizard monster

Golamian Slug alien





Head: Kit Fisto with face removed
Body: MIB slug waiter
Hands: Real shellfish claws from a Spottail Mantis Shrimp (Yummy!!)
 
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During the era of the Old Republic, some Sith decided to escape to the unknown regions.
They landed on the mostly Aquatic planet of Sirphinberd.

The planet already had several intelligent species which made great slaves.
The natives has never been exposed to the Force before, especially the Dark side.
However, they quickly discovered that they had an aptitude for it. They learned in secret until they knew all the secrets of the word of the Sith.

Then they ate their masters.

Here is a Sirphin wearing the traditional garb of the Sith that landed there controlling one of the many Force creatures that were created to serve.

I forget to mention that the beast is called a Berd.

Berd, Berd Berd
The Berd is the word.
Sirphinberd
 

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Awhile back someone (jokingly) called me Sid from Toy Story when they saw some of my customs. It got me thinking, "Would the toys appreciate their "upgrade" or be horrified by their disfigurement?"

I came up with this joke.



I then uploaded the photo to my computer.
The next time I went back to the diorama, I saw that the figures had dominoed leaving two smashed on the floor.
I didn't have the heart to post the joke until now.



I do find it funny though, that I used red clay by chance and now the decapitated beast looks like there is flesh and bone seen in the cut.

But I have to wonder, did they fall or were they pushed????
 

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She Came From Planet Clair

Planet Clair has pink air
All the trees are red
No-one ever dies there
No-one has a head.



While this was a simple custom, child me is really proud of this. Whenever I heard Planet Clair I would imagine dancers with tassels on their arms that would turn into eyelashes and their head would become the eyeball. They would jerk their heads back and forth like moving eyes to the music.
The Anime figure's pose was almost perfect.
She's being watched by a fan.
Clair is an Anime figure with fake eyelashes.
Fan is a modified Monster Inc figure with pins for the teeth. Eye is based loosely from LOTR.
 

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Its a Toofer!

Here is one I really like how it turned out.





Head: Poison Ivy Accessory. I kept the chomping action, although it lost a bit of range.
Body: Water Dragon
Arms: Pokemon McToy
More arms: cut all the legs off a toy centipede

I call it a Toofer since as I was priming it, I realized it made another awesome creature when turned upside down.
I can see this in the background of a comic book. This version is very large and can take on an AT-AT.



 

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Sundry Aliens




Octohead: Not-Kinder Toy head, The Corps body. This figure shows the relative scale of the other figures.

Arachnowolf: Knock-off Spider-man body, TMNT squirrel head, soft goods

Blue Meanie: TMNT squirrel body, How to Train your Dragon head, Pokemon? Tail

Crystal spores: These are blobs of glue with air bubbles trapped in them. I think they look pretty cool.

Abyssmalian: These mythological creatures were the basis of Jabba’s throne gargoyles. Green Lantern body, cast of Kenner Jabba’s Dais gargoyle.

Turtlewolf: Vintage TNMT turtle head, Genosian Warrior spikes for horns, Ben 10 body

Crimepin: TNMT? Bowling pin??

Skully Knight: McToy body, Skull bead


Bug Eyed Monsters



Dancer: Anime body, X-Men head, toy bug antenna (actually legs) and wings

Harlot: X-men Monster head, Batman? Cape, Monster High? Chick body

Masseuse: McToy Atlantis torso, 4D centipede puzzle


Hommage



All of these figures were based off of customs I have seen. I saw something cool and copied it.

Iron Teebo: Whiplash body, Teebo head, gem eyes, guitar string wires, GI Joe backpack

Residents: TNMT bodies, Halloween decoration heads, R1 backpacks and weapons

Bandito Turdle: Ultraman body, Luke poncho, Toy Story hat
 

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I've been carving JOLs this month. I did over a dozen. They are all fake so I can use them every year. The plan was to only carve a few each year and slowly grow my army, but I got carried away.

Most of them I carved without any kind of pattern although I might have been inspired by something I had seen. For the last dozen, I started chalking out my design before cutting.
Slimer, The Harlyquin Demon and Kodos were based off of templates but I found trying to cut out the template on paper first to be too much work.







 
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It’s like a bungalow in Transylvania. You have an awesome house in an awesome neighborhood. That’s freaking amazing!
 
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hahaha, amazing work and very creative.
They are a bit more than a dozen....
Are these real pumpkins? Because in that case you created art that will last a week.
 

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The amount of creativity you pour out in these crazy figures and their dramatic storylines is a treat!
I appreciate hearing that. For a lot of customizers, it is all about the SA which is something I don't do a lot with.

I'm also glad you like the backstories. Sometimes a good backstory is what inspires me to create a figure. I actually have a neat backstory written but haven't had time to finish the 3 customs.

BTW, I was ut of collecting for the golden years so there are many Vintage figures I don't have so I had to use the POTF Stormtrooper as he was the only Stormie with enough manspread to ride my Jeddha mount. I've since got an SA Stormtrooper but have yet to add the paldron and ammo belt. When I repair the mount, I will add the better rider.
 

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Here are a few more offworld Jawas!

But first, THE EGG!!!
Worth as much as Beskar to some.





I also had to customize so Jawas to hold it. I managed to make the eyes glow red.

Egg is Model Magic with twine "fur".

The Mandalorian has really saved me. I've been too exhausted after work to do anything SW related since September. Now I'm excited about creating again. I've got 2 more Jawas and IG 11 (as well as the dozens I'd already started.)
 
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