This is the 1/14 Star Wars Revell Landspeeder, although it actually is more of 1/20th in scale. The model was detailed to look like the studio prop. Using the hairspray/salt technique along with liquid masking fluid I was able to replicate the weathered look of the speeder. Details were added to the kit such as modifications to the exposed engine and damage to the body. The figures in the speeder are from Falcon 3D Parts and the troopers were printed using files from CGTrader. The packs they’re outfitted were printed separately using files from Cults3D.
For painting I actually used craft paints, Roasted Pecan along with Engine red from Folk Arts for the red striping. Vallejo Flat Flesh and MSP’s Rosey Shadow were used for the exterior. A mix of Basic Red, Vermillion, Red Leather and Rosey Shadow were used for the cockpit.
As for the base, it was created using airdry clay from Sculpy along with ModPodge. Overall I’m really pleased with how it all turned out.