Minor/Repaint: Age of Extinction TF4 Dinobots team

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  1. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer/ Store Owner

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    Made the whole set of the dinobots that appeared in AOE. I painted each one just like my previous Leader grimlock. I went for more of a metal fossil color scheme.

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    SG hailstorm JaAm aficionado

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    scorn looks great! deffinitely my favorite dinobot of this line so far, are you gonna add rusty/oxidization effects or anything? if not then i'd imagine this is what the dinobots looked like before all the rust and stuff
     
  3. neevnav

    neevnav The Flying Dutchman

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    Those look awesome! Well done.
     
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    Unicron9 Fan and customizer of the TAWYS

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    They look really cool in that gold and silver theme, especially as a group.
    What is the purple spot over Grimlock's leg? At first I thought just a little spot missed when painting but the figure was originally copper, silver, and black so I dunno.
     
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    Badass
     
  6. Yaujta

    Yaujta Breadchildren. TFW2005 Supporter

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    While I like smoothness of the metallics, the figures as a whole seem unfinished in that they're lacking detail and the metal tones appear almost random.
    With some small added details and maybe a hint of color, these would look fantastic.

    BTW- big unpainted spot on Scorn's ankle.
     
  7. Alpha Matrix

    Alpha Matrix "King of Combiners!"

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    Outstanding work! :thumb 
     
  8. flix

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    this rocks. the original colors are pretty stupid.
    really nice to see this improves their look. I was thinking to do something similar-ish. so its cool to see these color patterns suit them.
    I do agree with Yaujta's comment, some detailing would make these look even better.

    just wondering: did you just repaint them immediately or did you actually take off the original paint first?
     
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    They look super sexy.
     
  10. prime326

    prime326 Autobot Leader

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    those are so cool
     
  11. Megatron118

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    Very nice
     
  12. Braddock

    Braddock Well-Known Member

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    There have been so many of these, and I dislike the moulds anyway, especially the heads, but you have done a fantastic job on these, and they look coordinated and great, leave them as they are, never mind the rust etc (which can admittedly look good in some cases).
    Nice job.
     

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