There's a lot to be done about customizing Star Wars figures on the web.
You probably know that there's quite a number of sites about customizing… www.ffurg.com and www.thecustomalliance.com to name just a few, not to mention the customs section that every self-respecting Star Wars site seem to have in its forums and the ever-increasing number of sites made by fans to show off their own artwork.
And so here you are, meaning that you're interested in the subject of customizing the Star Wars Universe, producing these good-looking toys that are not available on the retail market, be it shady characters that will never see plastic or ships, accessories and play sets that share the same ill fate. All those nifty things that you want to have on the shelf of your toy display nevertheless.
When you'll enter the world of customizing it'll probably take you a little time to blend in as there are a number of concepts and names that the experienced customizer will throw at you without as much as blinking an eye.
You're actually supposed to just understand. And very often, you just don't …
And so we took up the idea here at Jedi Temple Archives to introduce you to the wonderful world of customizing; taking it step by step...
Here’s what this Tutorial will cover …
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Have fun customizing!
Joris aka Barbarian J aka Real_Shaggy