My First Star Wars Miniatures Modded Figure

So, back in 2005 when I was really deep into the Star Wars Miniatures, I ended up modding quite a few characters. Some of the mods included simple paint changes, while others I modded included changing limbs, adding weapons likelightsabers and changing some characters poses all together. This first one I did is the Ithorian Jedi as seen in Episode 23 of the original Clone Wars Cartoons (which in MY opinion were MUCH better than the new Clone Wars Cartoons). Anyway, the Ithorian Jedi’s name is Roron Corobb . Below are some pics I took and the stat card I created for him. Feel free to use the stat card for your own games. In the next day or so, I will include a scenario I made in 2005 that uses Roron Corobb. I will also be posting other modded figures I have made. Enjoy and let me know what you think!!

Roron Corobb, Ithorian Jedi

Roron Corobb, Ithorian Jedi

Roron Corobb, Ithorian Jedi

Roron Corobb, Ithorian Jedi

Roron Corobb Stat Card

Roron Corobb Stat Card


2 Responses to “My First Star Wars Miniatures Modded Figure”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Hello pal!
    Would you be so kind to tell me how exactly you made this great mini?

    • jayngo26 Says:

      Sure thing! I cut off the original weapon down to the hands and used a lightsaber from some generic jedi mini. Then I used quick drying super glue to glue his hands and lightsaber in that position. As far as painting, I didn’t do too much to that one. I just used some flesh wash and chestnut wash to give him a little more definition. Then I applied pvc glue on the base and dribbled sand/flocking on it. Then I colored the sand particles with a flesh wash. Then of course, as with all my models I applied a clear coat of matt varnish to protect it.

      As far as the card goes, I made those stats up myself. I tried to hold true to what he did in the original Clone Wars cartoon…

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