I’m not too keen on slapping more epoxy putty so it’s a simple affair for the head. Sanded the round pieces a bit thinner and stuck some randomly cut bits of pla-plate around the helmet. In retrospect I should have stuck the round piece on my sheet styrene before cutting them into shape so that the round piece looks better integrated with the rest of the mess.
Some time later I had second thoughts and decided to just go ahead and slap on the epoxy. I didn’t really like how the back of the head was concave-shaped so I made it into a convex shape instead.
Onto the waist. I wanted to extend the length of the front skirt pieces but due to my horrible pla-plate skills they are now kinda encased inside large swathes of plastic.
On the back I used some sheet styrene to hide the mess. I made templates for these so that I can cut out one of pair which I will use to add detail to the back.
The plan was to replace the existing blocky vent things on the back skirt. They were all removed using an etching saw.
I ended up slapping on more plastic but due to my horrible skills there’s a lot of work needed to get rid of the gaps on all the edges.