Superjedi's FPH2 ESB for Yonko

Furious

Active Hunter
Holy smokes. I just logged back in for the first time in quite a while. Great to see you still doing these paint ups! I always love following your threads!
 

Furious

Active Hunter
Like I said it has been a while since I have been on here so just wondering if any of your colors have changed. Is there a list of paints you use somewhere?
 

superjedi

Sr Hunter
Since Floquil and Polly Scale were discontinued a few years ago, I've been using mostly custom mixes. I'm always tweaking things here and there.
 

superjedi

Sr Hunter
The RF ear cap is finished, as well as the RF assembly. Pretty much all that's left is final weathering and visor installation. :)

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RamSkirata

Hunter
Final weathering stage 1: grease stains.

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Do you do the grease stains with grease or also with paint?

Frogfreak I can picture Boba making a stop at a spaceport and getting off the Slave 1,... wandering the aisles on the hunt for a good bite to eat... Then he spots the famed space-fried-chicken franchise subsidiary, which of course he chooses. Orders. Gets to his table and sits down, takes off the helmet to put on the table to start enjoying the delicious space-chicken... And then.... BAM! What a desaster. Accidentally dropped it!
And it being the famed space-fried-chicken-franchise, of course it was all deliciously greasy but now he's got that stuff on his helmet!!!

(I think this needs to be a cartoon)
 

RamSkirata

Hunter
Here is ESB number 44 all finished! :)
I always have fun painting these, and a little sad to send them out the door. But I know they're going to good homes.
Thanks for following along!

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I should be back soon with number 45! o_O
Thats looking good. Seeing a craftsman doing work well is a wonderful thing.

Can I ask you a question? How many helmets into your painting career did you start beeing really satisfied with the results?
 
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