Some background: In the past I've just dabbled in painting little details on figures to add on extra details when I felt the factory paint apps were lacking. My confidence in painting skills was not very high, and not high enough to do a full figure. This is my first figure where I am attempting a full body repaint. I've owned Siege Megatron for a while now and for the most part I thought I was very happy with the figure. Then they announced Netflix Megatron with the metallic paint and I thought "OMG That's so much better than the version I have, I have to have it!". Cut to a few months later, Walmart has delayed my Netflix Megatron order until June, leaving me restless at home in social isolation. I had some metallic spray paint lying around from a previous job (painted some UW Bruticus hands and feet) and decided I'd give it a go to try to create my own metallic Siege Megatron. Taking Siege Megatron apart is actually really easy to do and he comes apart at every available section for full separation. Things done: -spray painted all body panels silver -hand painted red: elbow joints all the way around entire ab sides from front to back shoulder pieces -hand painted black: triangular pieces on his feet little details on his shoulder -hand painted blue little dots in his abs -applied a long yellow sticker I had available to avoid hand painting his ab piece -tried to paint the red square on his ab, it turned out horribly so i cut a small red sticker and applied it instead -removed battle damage on bottom legs -applied Decepticon symbol reprolabel Hand painting the details was tough and there are areas where it is a little sloppy, but overall I am ecstatic about the way it turned out! I ended up canceling my Netflix Megatron order. Does he still function (transform)? Yes! Why am I not showing him in tank mode? Some of this paint is still fresh and drying from when I did touch-ups but I was anxious to share this on here so there are no pictures of tank mode. Appreciate any feedback, positive or negative. Just wanted to share this proud moment of mine.