Heavy/Scratch: bruticus custom g1

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  1. ankokushin

    ankokushin Member

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    hi this is my version of the G1 Bruticus
    in this version based on use of primus, with classics hound, Astrotrain of classic, Grindor Transformers 2 (highly modified), brawn and the first onslaught of classic film.
    is added to caulking to mold.
    There are some additions of lego
    I hope you
     

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  2. kofboy

    kofboy Well-Known Member

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    right leg looks a little small.
     
  3. Bruticus82

    Bruticus82 Well-Known Member

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    I like the transformation you used for Onslaught, it works really well!

    My only suggestion would be, for the chest shield and feet, next time maybe try and sculpt some details into it, harder angles, maybe some vents, so it looks more "robotic".
     
  4. SPLIT LIP

    SPLIT LIP Dry built

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    I second what Bruticus siad, and if that's too tough, and on mechanical parts to cover the sculpted areas. I'd also paint the lego or use different coloured peices. (like black or grey)

    But otherwise, I'm pretty impressed. All the component guys look good as what they are and the proportions look fine to me.
     
  5. ankokushin

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    bruticus G1 custom

    thanks for all but my problem is how to paint because I have no idea
    tu me provide some tips about it?
     
  6. OMEGAPRIME1983

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    Tips for starting to paint: I started with spray cans. I used that to get a feel of how the paint should be applied and how thick to put coats of the paint on. There's a very good tutorial for it here. As for the custom, its very cool!! I really like what you did there. It looks BIG, which is what combiners should be. I agree that you should either sculpt, or maybe use styrene, to add some details to the chest portion of the figure. It looks very bland as it is. But the rest of it looks awesome :thumb .
     

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