Similar to my 4-Arms (Nabrun Leids) custom, Devil Man (or Labria, to you modern Star Wars collectors) was made using a Labria figure from the Star Wars POTF2 “Cantina Aliens” Cinema Scene set. I began by heating up some near-boiling water and soaked the figure for a few minutes to soften up the plastic. I then was able to pop off the figure’s arms and replace the arms with those from a Vintage B-Wing Pilot. Using a Dremel, I then sawed off the lower half of the base figure, and replaced the legs and hips with those from a Vintage Star Destroyer Commander figure. Luckily, Labria’s chest sculpt worked well enough with the new parts that it blended in with the vintage style.

I then primed the figure using Krylon’s Spray Primer Grey and then repainted the body to better match the vintage style. The custom vinyl cape was the last addition the figure needed to complete the effect.

Created Fall 2013


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