OK, here's some contributions to Wave 3! This will be a single post, as Wave 3 seems to be a little lighter in the 'new' department. Got enough hologram figures? Me too. Though there are some that I love, like the blue hologram Leia - that's just about perfect.
OK, on to the show, let's start off with pilots, shall we?
Action Pilot Luke, sans helmet. And I tell you what, that looks to be a Hoth flight suit in the drawing, so maybe he'll come around again with the right paint job. Which, for you non-Hyper Star Wars Nerds, that's a light gray color to the boots and gloves.
Mr. Wedge Antilles - For whatever reason, I was assigned a whole batch of pilots - I have no idea why, before all else, did Porkins get the first release. No matter, now the gang is all here...
Biggs - Apparently the coolest guy around. Until Luke meets Han, and is shown what cool really is, outside of Podunksville. And then he dies.
Jawa with Zapper - And that's all the it - there's around 20 or so characters that I just had time to break the pose and kind of clean it up. Here's one of them, hunting R2 units on the sands of Tatooine.
Biker Scout - in a 'KILL THAT EWOK...NO, THE OTHER EWOK' pose. Another one shot design.
Super Battle Droid - Some poses for essentially the same model. Not really sure on what happened, the product seems to have lost a little bit of the style. This may have been a revise on my part though, and the team went with the original design.
Grand Moff Tarkin - every kid's favorite character. But as an adult nerd it's pretty awesome the have action figures of this character. He was from Wave 2 by the way - and I much prefer Eric Siebenaler's contemplation re-pose.
Yoda - Another one from a previous wave I forgot I worked on. I think I was so excited about the poses we were able to pull off for Wave 4, I forgot about this classically posed Yoda. Get that flight suit Luke repainted, and kids can recreate the scene on Dagobah, where Luke threatens Yoda with a such a crude weapon as a blaster!
Naboo Starfighter - they never just seem fat enough, do they? I like the cute factor in the drawings better, but the product is probably a little more accurate to the film version, and the Fighter Pod style. This was one of the first assignments I had for Fighter Pods.
All right, that's Wave 3 from me on Fighter Pods!