Here is my Smokescreen. The base figure is the Deluxe Movie Jazz Autobot. This piece was inspired by Frenzy Rumble. This whole figure has been done completely of testors model master enamels. Ive finally be fully convinced that, THOUGH, enamels are harder to work with than acrylics, they definatley sit better and dont chip, meaning DURABLE HIGH QUALITY PAINT. Also the paints just seem to come off better with a nicer finish (in my opinion) compared to tamiya acrylics. Mind you i do like acrylics as well The exterior has been done with 2 coats of red and two coats of blue. One plain red/blue then metal red/blue on top of that. The robot parts were primed with krylon fusion black, layered with 3 shades of grey then silver chrome on top of that to let it shine a little like metal all which were dry brushed on. Head came from a Armada Blurr that I had lying around somewhere (again inspired by Frenzy). The shoulder launchers are my favourite part of this whole figure. They were from the Blurr as well which are magnetically attached on to the built-in metal rod which was QUITE convenient. It worked out beautifully. The missles were cut in half since they were ridiculously long. Also, these launchers can be removed and placed on top of the car which is also attached with rare earth magnets. The hands are from another gundam figure. I dremeled off Jazz's hands and created ball sockets for the gundam hands. The knee has also been filled in with Ave's Studio Fixit Sculpt then painted red. The decals were given to me generously by Frenzy. The WHOLE figure has been coated with future floorwax to help prevent any damage, even though this figure has been painted in enamels, I don't want to take any risk. Remember, enamels are much more durable and don't chip like acrylics. They also are a lot harder to work with in my opinion.