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Kit Name: Boba Fett "BobaFeet"
Scale: 1/12
Material: Resin
Manufacturer: Red Baron

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Released: 1987
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Final Dimensions: 6.25"H x 2.75"W x 3"D
Box Cover: Click Here
Instructions: Click Here (.zip)
Country of Origin: Japan
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This funny looking piece is the companion kit to the two Stormtroopers also by Red Baron. The box says "BobaFeet". I guess this is to avoid legal troubles. This kit, like the others, was cleanly cast in green resin. There were very few parts. Basically just the head (a bit squat if you look at it), torso, arms, gun, jet pack and cape. I painted this kit before I assembled it. This is usually what I do with figure kits. I started by spraying all of the pieces with armor and the backpack a shiny silver enamel. I then masked off these metal sections and sprayed the rest of the kit with Flat Light Aircraft Gray. This is the under suit. I then painted all of the armor sections with a soft acrylic Hunter Green. I then followed through painting the rest of the kit in the appropriate colors. The orange and red parts are difficult because you have to mix colors for them. When this was all done, I did my standard scratch technique to simulate Fett's battle damage. I then followed through with dry brushing for the rest of the weathering. I hand painted the logos on his chest and shoulder. I had to scratch build his antenna because my kit was missing his. I used some spare parts. I can't even remember what the heck they were. After painting I glued everything together. The only trouble I had was getting the arms to line up properly to hold the gun. Other than that it was pretty straightforward. I glued the cape at an angle that kind of gives it the appearance of blowing in a slight breeze. I got this kit from my good friend Jason at Endless Models for $50.

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