The Dead Planet of Tatooine, Clone Assassin Training Diorama "Lost" Custom Diorama / Playset
|Custom #:||27265 |
|Name:||The Dead Planet of Tatooine, Clone Assassin Training Diorama "Lost"|
|Custom Type:||Diorama / Playset|
|Toy Series:||Star Wars|
|Date Added:||February 4, 2011|
|Base Figure:||Luke Skywalker|
OK, Judging by my last posts I love using natural materials for my dioramas. this time I used a fossil of cracked mud from a long long time ago about 5 yards from my house in the missouri sector. star wars knights of the old republic infered that tatooine hadnt always been a sandy rock floating in space, instead it might have been a jungle planet. I chosE to do a time period based of the revenge of the sith. has anyone played the revenge of the sith the game. well than you would know near the end of the game you have to dight these clone assassins at the jedi temple. I liked the clone assassin but don't have the necesarry parts to build it, at this moment. so I built what I call a clone training to become a clone assassin. so I decided as part of his training he was sent to tatooine, left in a unknown area with no food or water and was suppose to find his way back to camp. this impqrticular clone was attecked by a tuaken leaving his face scarred.
I used a luke skywalkers body from target (THE ONE WITH THE RANCOR), pulled it apart. I used a random clones head. a clones belt, clone wars animated anakin skywalkers gauntlet. a small knife and a spare darth nihilus's cape. repainted it all of course. up above I SIAD that tatooine might have been a jungle planet well I might make a jungle tusken diorama. may the force be with you!
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