One of my favorite things about The Clone Wars is the individuality we see across the clones. One of the many, many ways that this individuality manifests is through the different paint jobs that we see them adorn their armor with. This week, I'd like to highlight five of my favorite clone trooper paint jobs. While there are plenty of really great ones to choose them, these are just some of my personal favorites.
Though our time spent with Keeli was restrained to just a single episode of The Clone Wars, that was still plenty of time to fall in love with his design. The ram-horns design that he wears on his helmet is so interesting and pretty, and it makes for a really, really great clone helmet.
While Hardcase' helmet and armor has a very simple design, it's one I've always really loved. It's clean, symmetrical, interesting without being too distracting or attention grabbing. You've really got to stop and take a moment to appreciate it fully, and that's something I like about it.
To be entirely honest, Waxer is mostly just here because of the cute little drawing of Numa he has on his helmet. It's so adorable, really sweet, and just a little detail that I've always really, really loved. So he gets a spot just for that.
While both Commander Fox's designs (phase 1 and phase 2) are great, his phase 2 design takes the cake for me. I really like the shade of red, and the placement of it all over his armor rather than leaving it mostly white like a lot of clones is really interesting and cool.
Finally, we have Commander Wolffe. The sleek gray and the wolf-inspired design, alone with the spiky stripes and the way he incorporates the Wolfpack logo into the shape of his helmet makes Wolffe one of my favorite clone troopers looks-wise. He's got such a cool look to him, and I really appreciate the level of detail in his design.