Hello, I finally got around to finishing some models I've been working on and wanted to share my experiences and get any feedback or tips. I'm sure others have used these same techniques, and was wondering if there are better ways or best practices out there. The process I used: 1. Modeled in Blender "Gothic Destroyer Render": 2. Uploaded the model and had it printed in the WSF Printed "Gothic Detroyer" Model: 3. Dyed the model with fabric dye. I've found that dyeing a model is faster and gives a more even coat than spray painting. Because the WSF material is absorbent, it sucks in the dye very well. The process I used for dyeing: A. Mixed 1 heaping tablespoon of RIT Dark Green fabric dye to about a liter of water B. Bring mixture to a boil C. Submerge model in mixture for 20-60 seconds and stir gently, making sure the model stays submerged. I used about 40 seconds for these models. D. Let model dry (5-10 minutes) "Gothic Transport" after dye: 4. I sprayed the models with a clear matte finish coating (Crafts Etc! Clear Acrylic Matte Coating). Because the WSF material is slightly porus and rough, this gave better control to the later paint coats. I've had/seen problems with "seepage" on uncoated models. A Glass finish also seems to work and make things look smoother. 5. I then gave the models two light drybrushings, first with a medium green, and then with white paint. I used the water-based model paints from Vallejo. "Gothic Cruiser" after first drybrush: "Gothic Cruiser" after second drybrush: 6. Lastly, I added detail with various metallics and red. Like many models, putting a precoat of black under the metallics or white/pink under the red helped them stand out. Thoughts?