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Darth Vader, Dark Lord of the Sith (Grenadier)


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I believe that a few of the sculpts were used for Monopoly.

The light saber came together on its own - I just used a red-orange to keep it from going pink with highlighting. Unfortunately it only looks good from a few angles, but it sure looks bright if you look at it just right.

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