Apeface was a childhood bot of mine so I sweat the details with this figure. In order to get his deco closer to his classic colors I painted over the terrible damage patterns. I also painted the non friction parts of his shins black. I created a magenta that is slightly lighter than the plastic..which I didn’t intend to do..but it matches the magenta of the Titans return figure at least. His feet, I want to paint black to complete the look but it’s a complex part to tackle so he’ll still look like he’s wearing brogues. Being a hand painter and not a spray painter complicates dealing with that part I think. I will be painting the milky white body soon with a light gray. Gotta test some primer on it first. But the body is definitely unpaintable plastic..which is unfortunate. I'll transform and post pics once I'm completely done. edit: Added pics of completed body. Friction in the gorilla knees prevented me painting that area. It would require more sanding than I want to bother doing atm. I may add a clear coat to protect the color after it dries. It’s acrylic Model Master light gray. The legs are Testors enamel black semi gloss. edit: Transformation pics added. I really want to blacken the front of his feet. I’ve had luck with markers before but I’m not certain atm. edit: After a few days I figured out what to do with his feet. A black marker. I used a Marks-a-lot to blacken the front section of his feet. It worked out great, the ink dries quick and is scratch resistant. I use marker for touch ups, and on this plastic the ink adheres more thinly than paint. I scratched at the ink after letting it dry a day and it didn’t come off. Now his legs are nearly uniformly black. I also blackened the unpainted tab on his shin.