As much as I like Big Cannon as a nice, large, semi-CHUGsterpiece Galvatron, I’ve always found his head sculpt to be borderline unacceptable. There are a couple of proportion problems that throw the whole thing off. First of all, there’s the odd space between the brim of his helmet and his eyes (red arrow). It makes it look like his helmet isn’t all the way on his head. The eyes themselves are oddly shaped. And the lower face/chin is too long, protruding too far below the sides of the helmet (green arrow). It tends to get lost in his ‘collar’, giving a lame turtleneck vibe. The overall effect is that of the helmet being too small for the head/face, such that it seems to ride too high on the figure’s head (like a grown man trying to wear a child’s cap). This impression is made worse by the fact that the helmet actually is a bit too narrow on the sides (black arrow). I modified the head by taking it apart, removing the eyes, and trimming down the forehead closer to the eye-sockets. I also trimmed the sides of the face. These modifications allowed the face to be positioned higher up in the helmet, making it ‘fit’ better. This also helps de-emphasize the odd shape of the eyes themselves. I also repositioned the face a little; essentially, I oriented the face at a slight angle, with the forehead tipped back a bit and the chin angled forward somewhat (almost like an underbite). The result is that the chin is a bit foreshortened, which (combined with the aforementioned trimming) enhances the relative proportions of the face while improving the position of the chin relative to the helmet. Lastly, I hit his chin patch with a gray Gundam marker (of course). Galvatron goatee or GTFO! Before: (screenshot courtesy of Jobby the Hong on YouTube) After: I’m very happy with how this turned out. For me, this is as good a CHUG Galvatron head sculpt as I would ever need. Thanks for looking!