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    My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    Upgraded another figure. Please enjoy.

    DSC09435 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

    DSC09436 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

    DSC09437 by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

    Tempest-Star-Flight by A.F.M. Productions, on Flickr

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    Re: My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    Nice figure! Did you modify the Kimi KT005 HS with custom molded plastic hair for this?

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    Re: My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    Quote Originally Posted by martian View Post
    Nice figure! Did you modify the Kimi KT005 HS with custom molded plastic hair for this?
    Yes I did. The molded her in from a Triad figure. She was a spy set but the head was translucent and her nose was a weird color. Her hair was a separate part. came right off like a hat.

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    Re: My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    The hair piece came from the Triad Toys "Vanity" figure that was part of the G4H line / series of figures.

    The original head sculpt was a one piece head sculpt first used for a limited edition / run prototype figure called "Winter" as part of an extremely limited Mountain Dew promotion. The head sculpt was used again as "Theala DX" for a limited run head sculpt and outfit set. The head sculpt was tweaked and mass produced for "Vanity".

    I can't <CENSORED>ing believe I still know / remember this $%^& after all these years.
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    Re: My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
    The hair piece came from the Triad Toys "Vanity" figure that was part of the G4H line / series of figures.

    The original head sculpt was a one piece head sculpt first used for a limited edition / run prototype figure called "Winter" as part of an extremely limited Mountain Dew promotion. The head sculpt was used again as "Theala DX" for a limited run head sculpt and outfit set. The head sculpt was tweaked and mass produced for "Vanity".

    I can't <CENSORED>ing believe I still know / remember this $%^& after all these years.
    That is the one buddy. Thanks for the history of it.

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    Re: My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    For those who still have no idea / clue about the figure the head sculpt came from.

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    Re: My Newest Custom "Tempest Star" by AFM

    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
    For those who still have no idea / clue about the figure the head sculpt came from.

    Thanks again brother.

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