Alright, I got this done a couple days ago, and have been trying to get this burner phone to take a half way decent picture or two since then. But without a macro setting or even manual focus, it just isn't happening. My next post will be a very detailed (by necessity, since there's no pictures) step by step on how I got it looking like a NECA brown warrior.
No problem. I assembled and primed one but haven't done the colours yet. I'm having some nasty pain problems at the moment so it may take me a day or two to actually get it finished. When I do, I'll post the method alongside which paints I used with both branded and generic names (ie; scorched brown/chocolate brown).
I remember talking about something related to this with you before, and unless I'm misremembering, you have some experience painting models right? If I get the time today I'll dig out a brown NECA warrior and paint one up to match it, and pass the recipe on to you.
I've not had the chance to paint these, but they're based on the same CAD files as the Prodos resin ones, of which I have painted over a hundred in various schemes. Do you know what kind of vibe or "look" you want for them?
Once you factor in weight/size, it gets bad fast. Last time I sent something to Australia for a private sale, pre-covid, it was about 80 grams weight (it was a small Warhammer conversion kit) and the size of two matchboxes, and even that was $15. A big heavy box or boxes full of cardboard would quickly approach the cost of the items themselves in my experience, not to mention what SiL said.