I hadn't intended to get right onto this, but since it arrived so unexpectedly, I could not resist just piling straight in. This figure had a bit of a mould mis-alignment about the legs.... So the first thing I did was to clean this up.... This sort of thing is basic modeling, and gave me no trouble. I made a point of extending a few of the folds and wrinkles past the mid-point. I figure the face, eyes particularly, is the place to start, because nothing else matters if these aren't at least somewhat decent. The pictures below are my third pass at the eyes.... Any advice for improvement, up to 'strip and start again' is welcome. My intent is to paint flesh-tones a bit closer to narrow the eyes down a bit at top and bottom, and particularly to attend to shape at the inner corner of the right eye (figure's right), as well as to try and get a bit more pupil in the center of the iris. On the face I intend putting in shadows and highlights, this is just a basic flesh-tone coat. I want to make the hair red, and so am at least trying for a pale complexion. I am using acrylics, some artist's tube stuff (cadmium red and yellow, titanium white, and ultramarine), and various bottled craft acrylics and modeler's acrylics.