This model also marks the start of my experiments with GF9 "Grey Stuff". First impressions are favourable. It dries harder than Green Stuff, and can be cut or filed nicely when dry. The main differences are that the working time is much shorter than Green Stuff, making it less suitable for detail work, and it does not have the same sort of elasticity. But it is definitely well recommended.
Anyway, without further ado, here's a close up picture:
And a before and after picture, showing the BFSP Thane that he is based on.
The only question now is whether he will fit in a unit considering all the additional bulk he has been given. Still, that's a worry for another day. The Death Rocket and crew are next on the list...