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Ahsoka Tano Jedi Padawan Clone Wars Custom Action Figure

 
 
Custom #:44016  
Name:Ahsoka Tano Jedi Padawan Clone Wars
Custom Type:Action Figure
Toy Series:Star Wars Clone Wars
Creator:D&DCUSTOMS  
Date Added:November 3, 2012
Base Figure:Multiple
Height:6.00 inches
Completion Time:60.00 hours
Articulation:42 points
Description: A Custom Marvel Legends DCU Style 6 inch 1:12th scale Fully poseable CLONE WARS AHSOKA TANO JEDI PADAWAN ACTION FIGURE. Custom sculpting, dremeling,and rearranging of multiple parts. Primed and painted when needed. Color washed and sealed. Backpack is removable with baby HUTT.
Over 40 points of articulation. Knees and arms both double joints bend. Waist pivots spots, and boots rotate and legs move forward and back and side to side and thighs and arms swivel, etc. Wrists move and hands curl, shoulders are ball jointed, head can move in every position and more. Perfect for multiple positions.
She is in perfect scale with our other STAR WARS MARVEL LEGENDS LINE Up.

Please click on our ID to see others.

This is our Deluxe Edition

Easily one of my favorite Star Wars CLONE WARS characters.

AHSOKA TANO:
Ahsoka Tano, nicknamed Snips by her master, was a Togruta Jedi Padawan during the Clone Wars, the conflict between the Galactic Republic and the Confederacy of Independent Systems. Tano was assigned to Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker by Jedi Grand Master Yoda, and showed an eagerness to prove herself worthy to be his apprentice. Tano was involved in the defeat of the Separatist army on the planet Christophsis, and was important to Republic efforts during the Battle of Teth. Along with Skywalker, Tano was instrumental in acquiring the Republic's safe passage through Hutt Space, due to her part in rescuing the son of Jabba the Hutt, which ensured an alliance between the Republic and the Hutt clans. Ahsoka Tano was discovered by Jedi Master Plo Koon at the age of three during a mission to Shili, and was raised in the Jedi Temple. Tano considered Master Koon to be among her oldest and dearest friends by 22 BBY and felt a large amount of gratitude to him for discovering her Force sensitivity and ensuring that she would be given a home at the Jedi Temple. Tano was assigned to the Clawmouse Clan with many other Jedi Initiates that she would live and train with. While a Jedi Initiate, Tano received training in sand levitation by Grand Master Yoda.

PLEASE SEE ALL OF OUR OTHER twenty to thirty STAR WARS 6 INCH 1:12th SCALE SITH LORDS & JEDIs and BOUNTY HUNTERS going up this week and next

NEXT UP SLAVE LEIA


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User Comments
starkiller85jk - Thursday, September 26, 2013
Wow!!!!! Jaw dropping awesome!!!!!! Love it!!!!
D&DCUSTOMS - Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Thanks for checking her out.
The Watcher - Friday, November 23, 2012
Perfect! Beautiful custom of Ahsoka.
D&DCUSTOMS - Friday, November 23, 2012
Thanks The Watcher. She is the cutest figure I have.
pulpyfiction - Sunday, November 4, 2012
D&D customs, if you do not post recipes and do not answer recipe questions directly whed answering people's posts to you, you can't expect them not to discuss it amongst themselves. This is a discussion forum, and discussing people's parts that they have used is not a site infraction. When you post a figure it is a current interest. People are not akin to waiting until an entire series of work is complete to understand what you have accomplished on previous work. Especially when you are asking them to wait for 30 or so figures and this is a current topic of conversation. These people are asking about this because they enjoy what you have done, and are trying to learn from you, as well as be an active part of the community, instead of turning a blind eye to their questions. you said you don't post your recipe's because they have lengthy descriptions, but your custom descriptions are lengthy with material such as quotes and story info. Perhaps if you added more about the work, and less about the personal wiki, you would satisfy your critics, and save time. Please don't take offense to people asking and figuring out your work. It's just because they like it and are interested. If you are not going to help them out with what you have done, please don't fault them for discussing it themselves. This is a customizing community.
Thanks, and keep up the good work!
D&DCUSTOMS - Sunday, November 4, 2012
That is a lot of verbiage a lot of which is inaccurate.
I will post recipes when I get a break customizing. It takes a lot of time to make a custom. I think I earned a small right to post the recipe myself when I am ready to? Thanks for looking.
pulpyfiction - Sunday, November 4, 2012
D&D, don't think I'm telling you to post recipes. I'm just merely suggesting it. You don't have to, or have any time frame to do so either. All I'm saying is don't be surprised people discuss it, and there is no violation for doing so. I suggested posting your recipes because if you have a problem with people asking for them and discussing them, it's just one solution, apart from posting on each custom that you will not be posting the figure's recipe until your entire line is complete, as this is not common knowledge.
D&DCUSTOMS - Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Thanks pulpyfiction. Makes sense. I will try to post recipes when I get a chance but I ask realmers to be patient as I am only allowed to edit two or three listing in a 24hr period and I think I have about 260 customs here. That would take like 130 days straight of updating.
fitzjedi - Sunday, November 4, 2012
This is BRILLIANT!! Amazing work my friend!!
D&DCUSTOMS - Sunday, November 4, 2012
Thanks so much fitzjedi. I posted Slave Leia but am waiting for the realm to post her.
saber4734 - Sunday, November 4, 2012
This is awesome work. All of your 6in scale Star Wars figures are great but I have always loved Ahsoka Tano from the Clone Wars series. I noticed you used a lot of past tense terms when giving her short bio. Giving me the idea she is dead. But I know she is still alive in the cartoon. Has it ever been revealed whether Ahsoka survives the Clone Wars?
D&DCUSTOMS - Sunday, November 4, 2012
I should fix that. As far as I know she is still alive and kicking sith but. They did a great job with her personality on the show. I always wanted her as a 6inch action figure. I am doing a few others from the series like Savage Opress. I am having photo issues with slave leia but she should be up in the next 2 to 3 hours. Let me know what you think.
da man - Sunday, November 4, 2012
awesome as always. I can only imagine the work and planning that goes into a series like this. Makes we wish Hasbro would make a 6 inch line already (but they never will)
D&DCUSTOMS - Sunday, November 4, 2012
I think I spend more time planning than actually doing the custom itself. I try to research every part out there to find what will work best. That involves looking at every toy out in the market each time a custom is being made and what I have lined up in my fodder bin which stretches across 25 floor to ceiling bookshelves. Then I buy a lot of parts which I sometimes realize after the fact will not work right which usually can cost over $100 with shipping. Then I change my mind a lot during the production process if something doesn't feel right. Sculpting and painting take forever as I like to apply sometimes 5 to 10 multiple thin coats depending on the paint solvency. Then a decision has to be made as to when too much customizing is being done which is why I do 2.0 versions sometimes where I go all the way and add everything. Sometimes people ask me for a recipe but what they don't realize is I grab a lot of parts from some shelves I have and it is difficult to remember where some originated from. I would have to spend time figuring out where everything came from and I honestly would prefer to spend that time working on the next custom. As it stands I think I easily have over 100,000 full toys in my fodder bin alone. I collect pretty much every toy I can. I think it is a great art. If I had my way, there would be toy museums in every major city around the world showcasing toys as the artform that they are which rich massive dioramas depicting them in their famous scenes from movies or tv or comics.

I think all the work every customizer here does no matter how good or how awful should be greatly encouraged because we are all contributing to this beautiful Art medium.
Rogue - Saturday, November 3, 2012
She looks awesome!!
Rogue
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Thanks Rogue. Trying to get Slave Leia up for tomorrow.
MCollector - Saturday, November 3, 2012
She's beautifull,great work!
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Thanks. I am in love with an Alien!
CAb00se - Saturday, November 3, 2012
If I had to guess, I would say that the head is a modiifed pez dispencer. But it would be great if he just answered everyone's question...
BDCdiesel - Saturday, November 3, 2012
This dude never puts recipes, I assume he is one of those "it's my recipe and I'm not telling anyone" type of customizers.

Edit: No prob, I'll help you out, no harm in me posting the recipe for you, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

Head, mini Hutt/backpack, and Lightsaber: Art FX Statue
Body: Combination of Sota Charmed girls
Hands: ?Sota Street Fighter Sakura?
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
I have said numerous times before in prior submissions that all of the recipes will be posted on the custom website when the star wars line up is finished. Not before. As it stands I work on about 20 to 25 customs a week and I do not have time to post sometimes complicated recipes. Relax. In my experience if you are that emotional about a topic which is not really important in life than you really like the custom so I will take it as a compliment. Thanks for looking.
Gonard - Monday, November 5, 2012
lol I think he enlarges the small star wars toys heads.
Lucidaemon - Saturday, November 3, 2012
I am Mind Blown!! This may very well be your greatest custom to date.
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Thank you so much. It really means a lot to get support in this endeavor of love. I am trying to make close to 60 Star Wars 6INCH SCALE customs and it takes a lot of time and planning and money and work so any little encouragement truly helps.

Slave Leia should be up late tonight or tomorrow.
RatedR321 - Saturday, November 3, 2012
these are amazing !! hopefully my 3.75 line looks this good
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Thanks RatedR321. Let me know what you think of Padme. I collect 3.75 line for gi joe and star wars but they really do not come anywhere close to the detail and beauty of a 6 Inch Format. I switched over from the little guys to the midsize guys about 3 or 4 years ago and I never looked back, although I still kept my smaller figures. I will say this. The little guys save a lot of space. I built a hugh full wall display cabinet to display all the 6 INCH Customs.
NeCrollector - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Absolutely gorgeous! Definitely one of my favorites from your body of work! Where did you get that head? The likeness is amazing!
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Pulpyfiction did you leave a comment? I received an email notification saying you did but I do not see it here?
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Ahsoka and Mara Jade are probably my favorite female Star Wars Characters.
warmachine6 - Saturday, November 3, 2012
did you sculpt the head if so that is Amazing
D&DCUSTOMS - Saturday, November 3, 2012
Thanks for looking. Let me know what you think of Padme. Thanks!
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