LEGO Star Wars Elite Clone Trooper & Commando Droid Battle Pack 98pc(s) - Building Games (Movie, Multi)

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LEGO Star Wars Elite Clone Trooper & Commando Droid Battle Pack 98pc(s) - Building Games (Movie, Multi)

LEGO Star Wars Elite Clone Trooper & Commando Droid Battle Pack 98pc(s) - Building Games (Movie, Multi)

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this step is in case you are making your own squad or commando, like I did. if you are making an official star wars commando, like, Delta squad or Omega squad or Gregor, etc. you can skip to step 2. in this instruc. I will be showing you how to make lego clone commandos without spending a load of money on third party armor. of course, places like clone army customs will probably do a better job, but, if you want to make your own squad, this will undoubtably come in handy anyway. some of you will know what clone commandos are, others won't, for those of you who don't, this is a link to the wookieepedia article: this is where you add any custom paint jobs the commandos might have done to their armor. remember step 1!! the last thing you could do is you could try to trace a commando drawing off the internet. if you do, I recommend this one:

the first thing you want to do is to remove the fin on the helmet. you can do this by cutting it off (if you do so, you should try to cut it in one piece; if you continue customizing figures, it will come in handy eventually) or by filing it off. If you cut it, I recommend filing it anyway, because you probably won't get a perfectly smooth helmet just cutting. if you file it, I would start with something really rough, a 100 grit sandpaper perhaps. MAKE SURE that whatever you start with, you work your way up to, say, the diamond file found on most leatherman multi tools. I did not, and the result is above on Rambo's (the green one) helmet. Pay homage to a loyal soldier with this collectible LEGO Star Wars Clone Commander Cody Helmet (75350) build-and-display model set for adults. Enjoy the mindful, satisfying process of recreating the distinctive contours of the helmet worn by this iconic character in Star Wars: The Clone Wars. another thing you can do here is add any non-standard facial details. remember, these are clones, so they should all look alike, but if you wanted to, say, add scars, or maybe change how the mouth looks, then this is the time to do it. like, for example, the scars that Striker has, which can be seen above. and, yes, he did base the lines on his helmet on his scars. LEGO® minifigures for roleplay – Clone Commander with a blaster pistol and 2 Clone Troopers, each with a blaster rifle. This 66-piece building toy is for ages 6 and up next thing is to change the visor color. if you are using paint, you can just paint over it. however, with sharpies, you will need to remove it first. but, you don't need to go to as much trouble as I did and file it like I did (twice), because I have recently found out that if you apply a pencil eraser to the printing long and hard enough, it will remove it. this technique works much easier with sharpies as well. be careful with this, though, if you remove sharpies enough times while you are trying to perfect it, you will remove printing around it! I did this with Striker's (the one with purple markings) scars, which can be seen in step 4. it's not immediatley noticeable, but it's easy to spot when his head is next to another clone head.

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