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That repainted playset is really looking good. I agree, there's some additional work that can be done to it, but for a toy it looks pretty good.
With the talent that guy seems to have for paint detail I'm sure he can take it up a few notches though. Really make it a standout piece.
The fact that, except for the wood, he's only repainted it is a testament to how well it's sculpted by Zizzle. That's one thing that has always intrigued me about some toys, they may not look great as-is, but a talented painter can bring out details in sculpts that are incredible. Things that go unnoticed by kids and some collectors just because Hasbro, Mattel or some other company has to balance cost vs paint apps.
A prime example of that is the Obi-Wan Kenobi head sculpt on the Hasbro 12" figure back in '96 or 97. It doesn't look terrible but I've seen some customizers repaint the face tones, eyes and highlight the hair and age wrinkles and the face rivals what Sideshow is doing now. Unfortunately, after a few early head sculpts, and with only one or two exceptions (Dooku, Boushh Leia, there's also a Han), Hasbro pretty much booted every head they did from about 98/99 till the end of their run.