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Kit Name: Padmé Amidala
Scale: 1/10
Material: Resin

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Released: 2002
Number Of Parts: 7
Final Dimensions: 6"H x 4"W x 5.75"D
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This was one of the first Episode II kits. This came out around the same time as Jango Fett and the 1/10 Yoda. I think the women of Star Wars are sorely under-represented in the modeling world. This kit looks really good except for the forehead. It's just a bit tall if you ask me. Other than that it looks good. Construction was very simple and had only a few pieces. There wasn't much cleanup either, it was very neatly cast. For painting I started by basing it in flat white. I then dry brushed some tan on the leggings and some off-white on the rest of her clothes. I painted the skin and features accordingly. For the wound on her back, I used various shades of red and pink. This was the first messy wound I had ever painted. I did old wounds like on Vader, but never a fresh and bloody one. I started by painting a solid line for the actual cut. Then I put a few dabs of red and smeared them downward. I then dry brushed a little bit and put a small amount of wash over the area and clothing to give it a soaked in look. If you watch Episode II when Padmé enters the hangar where Obi-Wan and Anakin lay injured, her back isn't bloody anymore. Just a little slipup to look for! I got this kit off of eBay for around $10.

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