Having recently discovered metallic Sharpies (and prompted by @RobotoChan 's pictures of Takara Adventures Windblade, not @Rotorstorm As I initially posted but whose snaps you should also check out!) I decided to have a go at sorting out Generations Windblade's awful facepaint. I started out with taking her back to a 'natural' look with silver Sharpie. Already miles better but I felt there was something about the proportions of her face that her Camien/Cityspeaker markings balanced out but I didn't feel confident about such a fine paint job. After a quick test/botched first attempt where I found I could use the silver to "erase" mistakes, I gave it a go with an ultra fine tip red standard Sharpie. I decided to skip the 'spikes' that descend from the inner part of the eyes near the nose and just go with an outline around the eyes and the 'hooks/curls' at her cheeks. Whilst double-checking the accuracy of my design with the comic afterwards I spotted that she actually has some unpainted sculpting detailing, so out came the gold Sharpie and that got fixed too! Frankly, the successful (to my aesthetic) fixing of the face detailing has totally revived my interest in the figure, which I'd previously been disappointed in. Until doing this I hadn't realised how much my disappointment was in Hasbro overdoing her eyeliner, now that I've done this and nail polished her hips I'm no longer hankering after the Legends paint job. Though I reckon I will now pick up the Toyhax label set for her. In preparation I've already sorted out the issue of comic-inaccurate nose details with some spare white vinyl off-cuts and the same gold Sharpie.