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Spain is celebrating the 40th anniversary of the opening of Stars Wars in theaters on May 25, 1977, by issuing a souvenir sheet showing characters from the film.
The sheet, which was issued on the anniversary date, includes a single €5 stamp picturing Darth Vader. It is surrounded by stamplike labels showing a Storm Trooper, Chewbacca, R2-D2, Yoda, and C-3PO.
Unlike the other characters, Yoda did not appear in the first Star Wars; he was introduced in 1980 inThe Empire Strikes Back, the second film in the series.
Spain’s post office reports that the sheet was printed using a lenticular effect that gives the images an illusion of depth and movement when viewed at different angles. A total of 300,000 sheets were produced.
Here is my own release of Imperial Assault Storm troopers. I´m centered on basing to disimulate my poor skill of painting miniatures. Once I finish them I sent those to my best friend Javi, from Valencia…
First of all, I primed with Corax White from Games Workshop,….those part It´s easy and now we have the color base too.
Then with Chaos Black from Games Workshop, the black areas under the white armour.
Once those layer is dried, I applied a pin wash with Nuln Oil….avoiding the flat white areas….
Finnally , two layers of satin clear coat from Vallejo and a little weathering .
Due those miniatures are made of soft plastic they can be easily cutted with a wide blade X-Acto knife, then I placed the on Diy desert bases I did previously.
May the Force be with you,…mates!!!