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Kit Name: Salacious Crumb
Scale: 1/6
Material: Resin
Manufacturer: Full Moon Reflections

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Number Of Parts: 13 plus hair
Final Dimensions: 5.25"H x 3.5"W x 8.25"L
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This disgusting little creature was first seen cackling away in Jabba's Palace in Return Of The Jedi. This resin kit was found on eBay, and turned out to be part of a display that included a latex foam Jabba and a Barbie-style Princess Leia in Slave Outfit. The kit came very roughly cast in a few pieces. The ears, the head, the arms, legs, body and tail. It also came with a grotesque tuft of orange/brown hair. Ewww. I always found real looking hair really disgusting when I would get it in a kit. Anyway, the kit required a lot of cleanup work. There were tons of mold lines and air bubbles. Many of them are still visible. After I cleaned up as much as I could with putty, I started to glue it all together. There were no instructions so I kind of had to interpret the shape of the parts to determine the correct pose. When I had it all together, I airbrushed a base coat of a light sand color. On top of that I airbrushed some peach, flesh and other reddish hues to give the proper color that I determined from reference photos. After that, I dry brushed and speckled some darker shades on to make him look less girly and cute. I then moved on to pick out the details. Gray nails, yellow eyes and a black beak fading to brown. When the painting of the figure was complete, it was ready for the hair (shudder). The color was a bit off so I dry brushed some browns and reds into the tuft to shade it right. I then grabbed little chunks and cut them off to glue in place. I put a little dab of super glue where the hair would go and stuck the hair on. The hair, as gross as it was, really completed the kit. It wouldn't look like him without it. Like I said, I got this kit off of eBay. It only cost around $10.
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