The only Dinobots I had as a kid were the G2 ones and my Slag was green, so to me the triceratops dinobot has always been green and the gray one was weird. I had half an idea to do this a while ago but never thought I'd do it. When I was at Wal-Mart on Monday I impulse bought Animated Snarl just for this purpose. I think it looks pretty good, but it needs some touch ups here and there. Around the top of the chest it needs some more green because I painted it as pieces and then put it together so I didn't know that part would be showing. There MAY be one picture that shows the eyes well enough to see that I removed the Blue paint covering the eyes and now the orange light piping works. I also painted the club a little bit different than my custom club for the unpainted Snarl by painting the 'trench things' red. The majority of the painting is just the green (testors green Metal Flake) but the head was also painted black (testors black) and the neck-frill-thing, the lower jaw and kneecaps were all painted silver (testors steel) to match various parts of the original G2 Slag. When I was done I sprayed everything down with some tamiya clear gloss coating to protect it. When reassembling Slag I actually ended up with a screw leftover, so somewhere in the figure is missing a screw. The (WIP?) is where you guys come in. This can be the finished paint scheme (once touch ups are done and I get a red Autobot symbol for the nose) or I can do some more. The ideas I had to paint/mod more include: >>Painting the shoulder/knee pads silver or silver and blue to match the stickers on Slag >>Removing the horns from the head and filling in the holes with putty and painting over. >>Adding more of the silver color around the collar and top of chest in robot mode Opinions? I think this paint scheme looks good in general, but I also think it could be improved with some more silver so I will likely add some more of that. The flames on the arms still work, I just don't deploy them because it makes him look less like the original.