Wookie Scalps

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    Wookie Scalps

    I'm getting ready to make mine but I was wondering with the white and black one, are people using 2 parts black 1 white or 2 white 1 black or 1 white 1 black and 1 black and white?

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    I helped at SDCC '08 Jimmy BufFETT's Avatar
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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    I'm using FettHunter's ... outstanding set! Here is a picture of them if it will help you:

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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    those are pretty nice what are they made from?

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    I helped at SDCC '08 Jimmy BufFETT's Avatar
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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    I am not sure ... FettHunter made them, so you might wanna PM him. He use to have a 200+ post thread in The Cargo Hold selling these, but it got purged when 2 weeks past and there were no new posts.

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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    Those are pretty sweet.

    But nothing beats making them out of real animals.

    Mine are made out of my old dog and cats.


    i'm just kidding they are made of wookies

    -=QuinN!

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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    Jimmy BufFETT said: View Post
    I am not sure ... FettHunter made them, so you might wanna PM him. He use to have a 200+ post thread in The Cargo Hold selling these, but it got purged when 2 weeks past and there were no new posts.
    Thanks for the compliments!

    Yeah, I went on vacation, came back, and the thread was... GONE!

    I'm planning on cranking up production again in the coming weeks, so keep checking The Cargo Hold for details.

    BTW, my braids are made from professional-quality synthetic hair. I order it in bulk (by the crate) from the same manufacturer that Hollywood special effects companies use. I do NOT use "doll hair" or "craft hair" from Walmart, Hobby Lobby, or Michael's. I don't use horse (or other animal) hair (it rots). My hair will last for years, and will serve you well. Ask any of the over 100 TDH members who have bought braids from me since January alone about the quality of my braids.

    Anyway, keep checking The Cargo Hold for updates!


    Thanks,

    J

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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    nice scalps! i just bought this set on ebay for $9 plus shipping. very good quality.
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    Re: Wookie Scalps

    boba_fan said: View Post
    nice scalps! i just bought this set on ebay for $9 plus shipping. very good quality.
    Yes, but FettHunter's go to 11...

    Just kidding, those look nice too Boba_fan.

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    lol true but mine only cost me 9!

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    boba_fan said: View Post
    lol true but mine only cost me 9!
    Those are the scalps I have, I did take the beads off and replace them with some string.

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    good call. cant believe i didnt think of that. im on it!!! thanks..........

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