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I have a huge interest in world war 2  and since the evil empire in Star Wars is pretty much copied from The Third Reich i really wanted some NaziStar wars toys. While searching online for ww 2 influenced figures … Continue reading

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JACKOFTRADZE Custom Mos Eisley Cantina Denizens

My favorite customizer makes all kinds of amazing figures from dark Sith lords to my favorite cantina patrons. Here are a few pictures of the cantina patrons i have bought from him. Be sure to drop by his blog and … Continue reading

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Custom Mos Eisley Cantina Denizens

Here are a few of my own custom cantina patrons. unnamed Gotal (sits with Momaw Nadon),Chalmun the Wookie,Lak Sivrak (Re-paint),Spaceman # 2 (aka by fans “Cantina Dude”  aka “Yellow Spacer”),Lirin Car’n,Baniss Keeg and ubiquitous man of Mos Eisley

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Von Reinhardt’s custom thread @

Hey folks, I started customizing and painting my own Star Wars action figures last Oct 2010. If you click the link below you can see my very 1st customs to my latest creations in 2011. I think that i have … Continue reading

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My Cantina dio makes the front page

Click HERE! for more Star Wars fun….

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Skiff Guard hunskill

Be sure to stop by Imperialshipyards and see all the cool customs and ton’s more…..

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packratstudios customs

Customizer spotlight, I have always liked star wars and always had a big interest in World Way 2. While looking around online for custom figure ideas  I stumbled across some amazing German WW 2 / star wars crossover action figures … Continue reading

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