Ten Numb certainly wasn’t high on my list of projects to make, but I had a few leftover parts lying about, and I figured he would be an interesting addition to my toy shelf.

I began by taking a vintage Nien Nunb and B-Wing Pilot figure. I placed the figures in a cup filled with near-boiling water. This softened up the plastic enough for me to pop off the original head and limbs. I then added the Nien Nunb arms and head onto the B-Wing Pilot. It still felt a bit too much like Nien Nunb in a different outfit, so I hollowed out the B-Wing Pilot helmet and transferred that onto the figure. Once repainted, the two characters had enough differences to truly stand out on the shelf.

Created Fall 2013


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