Finally finished my repaint of Jetfire. I did a G1 Prime in this same style a few years ago, and decided to give this guy the treatment after obtaining a better Jetfire figure. Anyway, I kind of liked the idea of old decaying Autobots still clinging to life in a living hell, i.e., Death Valley. Not that I like to see dying and suffering Autobots, not at all, I just like to think that they'll never die. By the way, I used brushed on Testors Acryl acrylic paints. These paints adhere to the plastic very well, they dry fast, and they are surprisingly durable (it seems to stand up to TF'ing him pretty well, so far). One shortcoming of these paints becomes apparent during the "black washing" process that is used to fill in low spots and give the illusion of shadows and grime; the watered down black just doesn't want to stick, it tends to bead on the surface a bit until I brush it back and forth back and forth to get it to cover the surface. Maybe I'll try a solvent-based paint the next time I do a wash. Otherwise, I'm damn impressed with the quality of the paint.