I purchased the mold of Han Solo frozen in carbonite as a Christmas present for the hubs years ago. I decided that since we are renovating our basement, I would start getting to work on it! A nice gentleman I work with who has helped with some home repairs for us as well mounted Han to some plywood for me and screwed in the pieces from the back of the plywood and then filled in the gaps with insulation foam. I went out and bought a dremel and trimmed away some of the excess but I still have some work to do with his fingers. I covered the edges with latex caulk and that's as far as I've gotten. Debating whether or not to use wood glue as I know another maker did (although he also used bondo to adhere Han to plywood), or if I want to use drywall mud like my carpenter/master of all trades mentor suggested. Probably leaning towards drywall mud. I haven't purchased the box that I know another vendor sells in this forum (or did) so the plywood will be mounted directly onto my wall in my basement hallway. Here are some pictures! He hung out in my basement for a while so he is a little dirty. Eventually, I will spray paint him a metallic gray and use a darker color to paint into the crevices to give him some depth. Goal is to finish it before Christmas!