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  1. Hey good folks of the Reaper forums. after a painfully long hiatus, I have finally painted something. My 14 year old loves puns and Star Wars and I thought this was a cute little addition to his birthday loot. I only missed his birthday by almost a month… oops! Usual mix of Reaper, Vallejo and Golden SoFlat paints. Printed some custom decals for his chest and shoulder insignias and uses some Tamiya tape to mark off the little stripes on the side of his helmet. A oil washes were used to dirty things up a bit as well. Book was printed in PLA, Boba Fett in resin. “Pages” were left the color of the filament but otherwise it was all painted. use a bit of craft leather that I found in the beading section of Michael’s to tie things together. thanks for looking.
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