A quick thought.
Notice the Ezra sculpt from a few posts back.
Now, note that in the below image where Ezra is next to Phineas, I have not touched a thing on Ezra; if anything, in regular light he looks worse than before because of the stretching and cracking which always happen with paper-based compounds. It's why I begin such pieces earliest -- repairs/rebuilds are easier in August than on October 15th.
But the point is, in COLORED L.E.D. LIGHT, Ezra looks damn near finished! Oh, he needs some pupils and some real contrast but seriously, LIGHTING covers up so much that you'd otherwise find wanting.
I look at it in real light and think 'UGH! Fingerprints, cracks, smudges!'.
I look at it in colored light and think 'Sweet. I'm done with this one!'.
Just a beginner's tip for builders and the aspiring artist types in Hallowe'en Display Land. With the right lighting and placement (among other factors) your 'I dunno if it's really good enough' prop becomes more than good enough.
Try not to try too hard.