Hey guys, I'm working on another custom yet again. Continuing my line of movie autobots, here's Jazz. I initially had a lot of trouble matching the Jazz's grey/silver movie color. Anyway, I tried this automotive paint brand called DoIt. At the hardware store, their "Burning Platinum" color seemed like a perfect match for Jazz. I really like the finish, but it may have come out a little too metallic/shiny. There are just too many metallic flakes in the paint. The pictures do exaggerate things. My desklamp is too strong and I just used my camera phone, being too lazy to set up my make-shift light tent to take better pics. Is there any way for me to reduce this effect? Would some form of dull coat take out the shine altogether? (which is something that I may not want) EDIT: Added are some bot mode pics. the grey/silver robot parts (head, thighs, etc) are painted in a mix of Tamiya Gunmetal and Metallic Grey. That was the color I initially intended to use for his alt mode, too. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to go on evenly. Now, I'm thinking on whether to spraypaint his robot parts with the platinum (of his alt mode) or just keep him as is for a little contrast between the alt and robot mode colors. Anyway, what do you guys think? Ideas and criticisms are welcome.