Okay, I'm working on finishing my Jabba the Hutt custom. I'm actually working on two of them at the same time. The base figure is the vintage Jabba the Hutt and I've taken sculpy and lengthen and curved the tail, filled in all the seam lines (no more tail-swinging action) added shoulder fat rolls and boiled it in water to harden the sculpy. (a lot of people will put their figures in the oven for a few minutes, but since the head is made of a softer plastic and the body is made of a harder plastic than the action figures, I wasn't sure how it would react to the heat in the oven.) So while I'm waiting for the water that managed to somehow find it's way into the hollow body, I've been trying to figure out which colour scheme to go with.
I have 2 ways of doing this. I could go with the more movie accurate, darker green/brown colour scheme or I could go with the more sideshow colour scheme that involves more whitish-tans and light greens.
Which one do you guys like more?