Minor/Repaint: Ark Crew Member: Huffer

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  1. Unicron9

    Unicron9 Chaos Bringer 9

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    Another commission Ark Crew Autobot- Huffer!
    Horrible mold to paint thanks to the way he transforms wanting to scrape so bad!
     

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    Intresting consept!
     
  3. Megatron31

    Megatron31 I Belong to Nobody!

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    i could actually see hasbro doing that one

    and i could see how it would be a pain to paint, but it turned out fantastic what is that head from?
     
  4. Dez7734

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    Looks like Hound's head modded?

    Great job U9
     
  5. cheetor71

    cheetor71 Autobot

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    I like it.
     
  6. Hobbes-timus Prime

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    Really nice job.
     
  7. Unicron9

    Unicron9 Chaos Bringer 9

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    Yep, Hound's head shaved down a lot and with some sculpt added.
     
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    Wow. I think we now have another future possibility for this mold, going by the remolded head seen in the instructions.
     
  9. Kevin XI

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    That works, and the paint looks really cool.
     
  10. galvatron5000

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    Could you possibly tell me what do you use as far as repainting old transformers and how do you get the paint to cure so that when handling them you don't get any paint on your fingers? And how do you get the joints to stand out while transforming the figure?
     
  11. Unicron9

    Unicron9 Chaos Bringer 9

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    I don't understand some of what you just asked, but I'll answer what I can.

    Old Transformers? Well for any I paint I use testors, Tamiya, and sometimes even Krylon fusion sprays. I mask parts off then lay down base coat colors, them paint in details with an array of fine tipped brushes and model masters paints.
    To let them cure.... i just let them cure for a few days. Some paints are dry enough in a matter of hours to keep working, and sometimes I can hold the toy in unpainted places to go on early.
    Not sure what you mean about joints standing out.
     
  12. Hippie Trooper

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    This mold pulls that character off well actually! Very well painted too! Great job!
    Later
     
  13. CodeXCDM

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    Hah... Kup's backpack works VERY well with this bot. Like the concept. *thumbs up*
     
  14. spoonman

    spoonman Kitbasher extrordinaire!

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    Brilliant! I don't think I would have got Huffer from that mold, but you certainly made it work!
     
  15. Alloy Alchemist

    Alloy Alchemist Decepticon sympathizer

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    never would have seen huffer out of that mold on my own,great job on all of it(paint/head)
     
  16. struecker85

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    thank you for this it gives me an idea for my extra kup
     

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