Dragon Ball Z Diorama

And just when you thought I only did Transformer customs here is a diorama of Dragon Ball Z characters! Goku! Gohan! Krillin! Super Saiyan Goku! And Mr. Party Pooper, Vegeta! Fully repainted versions of the Burger King toys, which I thought had great detail but were fairly dull as they were just plain silver or gold. I worked hard to match their colors to the show and I'm sure you'll find them very accurate. I also made them a base to pose them on made of Aves Clayshay. It has 3 different levels and a lot of detail. Each figure twists at the waist so you can pose them as you see fit!

Paints used:
- Testors Model Master Acryl Ford Engine Blue
- Testors Model Master Acryl Guards Red
- Testors Model Master Acryl Dark Green
- Testors Model Master Acryl Geld RLM
- Testors Model Master Acryl Flat White
- Testors Model Master Acryl Raw Sienna
- Testors Model Master Acryl Raw Umber
- Testors Dark Gull Gray
- Testors Light Ghost Gray
- Games Workshop Citadel Ultramarines Blue
- Games Workshop Citadel Blazing Orange
- Games Workshop Citadel Fiery Orange
- Games Workshop Citadel Golden Yellow
- Games Workshop Citadel Elf Flesh
- Games Workshop Citadel Chaos Black
- Games Workshop Citadel Snot Green
- Games Workshop Citadel Goblin Green

Goku, Krillin, and SS Goku have Blazing Orange for their Gi color, Ultramarines Blue for their undershirts, wristbands, and sashes, Ford Engine Blue for their boots with Guards Red piping and Golden Yellow ties. SS Goku's hair is Golden Yellow and yes, his eyes are Dark Green (everyone else has black eyes). Gohan's outfit is Ford Engine Blue with Guards Red sash and wristbands and Fiery Orange for his boots. Vegeta's armor is Ford Engine Blue, Flat White, and Gelb (German Yellow). Everyone's skintone is Elf Flesh. The base was a monster project which was a basecoat Raw Umber for dirt, then drybrushed Raw Sienna for texture and detail. The grass was first Dark Green, then a new layer of Snot Green, then even another layer of Goblin Green which gives it a lot of depth. The rocks were basecoated Dark Gull Gray, then drybrushed Light Ghost Gray, then drybrushed again with some Flat White. Whew, did you get all that?

This is the photo set from the ebay auction comic: