Minor/Repaint: Articulated Legends Ravage

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  1. Ninjabot411

    Ninjabot411 Combiner

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    Unfortunately I never got a deluxe ravage. It just wasn't that big a deal to me. But I had to get a Ravage, so I got the Legends one. As many of you know, The moment you get the figure, you want to snap his little arms in half. I finally got tired of this and articulated the thing. He's got a working jaw, a head joint that moves up and down, articulated arms, and a flexible tail.
     

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  2. warriorpriest

    warriorpriest Priest of Primus

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    nice, what did you use to fix him up??
     
  3. Ninjabot411

    Ninjabot411 Combiner

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    I chopped off his head and put some styrene into it so the jaw would sit on both sides of it. I used a paperclip pin in there.
    Some styrene tube and a metal post make up his neck.
    His arms are the original arms, but I cut them apart in a stair-step fashion and filled in the hollow pocket with epoxy sculpt. I connected the two parts with a screw.
    His tail has a stripped packaging tie in it.
    And I painted it in Model Master Acrylics.
     
  4. ACofCA

    ACofCA Autobot

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    Ebay:
    He's so CUTE!
     
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    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    [​IMG]

    "Rawwrrr!"

    He's leaping right at me!

    It's so awesome it's scary!
     
  6. landbasered

    landbasered Well-Known Member

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    a random question:

    How much for a commision?
    This is awesome.
     
  7. Ninjabot411

    Ninjabot411 Combiner

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    Thanks for asking.
    I'm still learning the whole process of customizing, (I started painting in August and physical modding in early November) and am not open for commissions just yet. I am very flattered that you asked though.
     

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