Heavy/Scratch: Alternator re-shell drift

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  1. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer

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    hi everyone, here my latest complete project; Alternator re-shell DRift, started the project with an Alternator Mirage base and Model kit for NSX from Tamiya 1:24 scale. please feel free to ask me any question

    thank you guys for looking.
     

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  2. Alloy Alchemist

    Alloy Alchemist Decepticon sympathizer

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    yeah i got a question for ya...how many hours are in your day? or do you have a clone or something? cuz you keep coming out with all these sweet customs so quickly!!!
     
  3. PkmnMstr

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    Nice. A little bulky, but goes well with the samurai style. How did you make the head?
     
  4. nemesisconvoy

    nemesisconvoy Gundam Pilot

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    I can tell the head is alt. tracks with some add-ons. I like this, well done!!!
     
  5. GrandMaXimus

    GrandMaXimus Party in my tummy!!! TFW2005 Supporter

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    Thanks X!! Great job again!!
     
  6. xaviercal

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    Alloy I wish i had clone; that would be awesome... They all have take allot time and patience and preparation; If i get stuck on something I learn too move on and come back too it at later time. thanks again Alloy


    it From Alternator Track and added small bits around to make his hement

    yeap. thanks Nenesisconvoy

    :thumbs2: :D  thank you GrandMaximus ; this custom wouldn't be possible with out your vision in first place.
     
  7. Autobot78

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    Once again a work of art congradulations :) 
     
  8. Anti-Venom

    Anti-Venom Well-Known Member

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    All of your reshells are awesome!

    Makes me want to try one :) 
     
  9. [Wing_Saber-X]

    [Wing_Saber-X] BATTLE GAIA!

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    ^Sweet! :D 

    Make me one, please?! ;) 
     
  10. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    This is really nice, man! My only suggestion would be for a different shade of gray on the limbs (closer to black) as the shade of gray has an unfinished, primer look to it. Aside from that, I think it's pretty excellent. :thumb 
     
  11. SonOfNemesis

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    WOW!!! Awesome job man!
     
  12. fateastray

    fateastray AnakRepublikMalukuSelatan

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    Not a big fan of the fat legs, but I can't stop looking at his alt-mode...his head-crest rocks my socks ! Great use of the Rodimus mold !
     
  13. PkmnMstr

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    You know, playing around with my Alternators Tracks, I think just a straight repaint would make a neat Drift. All the kibble gives it the samurai feel. It even has the doors configured like on the Generations mold.
     

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