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Kit Name: Yoda
Scale: 1/10
Material: Resin

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Released: 2002
Number Of Parts: 3
Final Dimensions: 3.25"H x 1.75"W x 4.25"D
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This is one of the many garage kits that hit the scene after Yoda was revealed kickin' butt in Attack Of The Clones. Although the kit is small and doesn't really look like Yoda, I really like it. I don't know why. I can't really explain it, I just do. Maybe it's the pose. I don't know. The kit came nicely cast in resin in just a few pieces. I painted them separately and then assembled them. The cloak was sprayed Camouflage Gray and then the inside was painted a Dark Brown color. The skin was painted a darker than normal Hunter Green and then dry brushed with successive levels of lighter greens to bring out all of the rich detail. The rest of the details were picked out and the lightsaber painted with Silver, Black and Gloss Green. For the hair, I had some left over from my 1/4 scale Screamin' Yoda so I decided to use that. I spread some white glue on the back of his head and pressed on a nice clump of hair. I let the glue dry and then I trimmed the hair with some scissors to finish the effect. It's a little off scale-wise, but that's ok. I've never really liked real hair on models but there often isn't a choice. Oh well. I got this kit off of eBay for about $10 when it first came out. At the time of this writing, they are still available.

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