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New Minifigs!
New Minifigs! by Commander Ratchet™
Kamino Defense Vignette
Kamino Defense Vignette by Dave Z.
Mygeeto Outpost
Mygeeto Outpost by Dave Z.
Star Wars: Republic Commando D ...
Star Wars: Republic Commando D ... by Dave Z.
ARC Commander Colt
ARC Commander Colt by Commander Ratchet™
Delta Squad Improved!
Delta Squad Improved! by Commander Ratchet™
Delta Squad!
Delta Squad! by Commander Ratchet™
Commander Wolffe!
Commander Wolffe! by Commander Ratchet™
ARC troopers!
ARC troopers! by Commander Ratchet™

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Customisers are stereotyped, we need to break that stereotype. I believe that when you pick up a Sharpie and a clone, you become an artist with his paintbrush. What you have is a nice, clean, blank canvas that you can spread all your thoughts and feelings onto. A color no longer represents a Clone Legion, it represents a mood.
And whenever you are finished, you have something that you can be proud of, and can show off to the public. You meet people who dont like your art, but you also meet people who do. Sometimes, you get discouraged. Sometimes you get inspired. But no matter what, you have to keep going. Sometimes, a critic will say he doesnt like it, and then you feel ashamed. You might be part of an art movement, and a partner of yours was criticized. You might just drop your brush. Whenever you do, you stop becoming an artist. You become a coward. Skiddish. When you stand by and dont encourage the artist, you become a bystander, a coward who doesnt know right from wrong.
These clone customizers are misunderstood. Stereotyped by the public. These... "clonetards" are the artists of MOCpages. The true artistic talent. They just have a different medium. People dont like them. MOCs have been made poking fun at these customizers. People see these MOCs and feel ashamed. They drop their brush. They go off the road and onto a new one. They feel ashamed, rejected, and sorry for themselves. We need to look at these clonetards through the smokescreen, and see the true artist inside. Look past the stereotype, and appreciate the works of art that are presented. Then we need to encourage that art, and help it grow into the best of the artist's abilities...
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