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Hi All,

This time around I decided I would repaint the Hasbro 6" Sandy and go back to my statue type figures/dioramas as I think they look way better with the joints covered.

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Figure/Equipment - The figure is from the Hasbro 6" Black Series and it was put into the pose you see and the joints were superglued and the puttied up using AVES - Fixit Sculpt, I was very impressed with the product as it is so easy to work with and I highly recommend it. Once the putty had dried I painted and weathered the figure and gear using Vallejo, GW paints and pastel chalks.

Base - The base was built up using high density foam and then plaster cloth was used to cover the base and the plaster cloth was also used to make the rocky outcrop. The small shrubs are from Army Painter and are the wasteland type and the small creature is from the Diamond Select Star Trek Wrath of Khan figures. Again once I got the look I wanted the base was painted and weathered using Vallejo, GW paints and pastel chalks.

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Awesome job!
I was considering picking two of these guys up, one to do precisely this with, and another to turn into a regular stormtrooper.
 

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Hi All,

Pickle Munkey - Thanks buddy and go and get some they are actually very good for the scale and less room if you do want to do some dios with them.

GregT - Really glad you enjoyed it mate and thanks for the comments.

Ron
 
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