Minor/Repaint: Cartoon accurate Samurai Prowl

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by Solscud007, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. Solscud007

    Solscud007 Banned

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    Found the guy. Immediately swapped parts with my old prowl to make him closer to show accurate and more aesthetically pleasing


    The problems:
    Samurai Prowl's hands are not painted. His hip plates are black and should be tan. The inside wheels are not gold.

    Solution:
    Swap out arms but need to swap arm armor. Replace vestigial ninja stars with functional ninja stars. Swap the wheels. Replace hips and thighs. I lose the extra hip rotation articulation but I think it looks better. I also swap heads when I show prowl by himself. sadly the helmet will not fit ontop of the normal head.


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  2. darrenmea9

    darrenmea9 Well-Known Member

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    this is sick!...i need help .how do u post costums and stuff on here?
     
  3. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    This looks nice man; good work thumb

    On the top drop down, click on "Radicons Info" menu>Radicons FAQ and Racidons Guidelines and Etiquette. All you need to know is there :wink: 
     
  4. Rahal Stmin

    Rahal Stmin Bounty Hunter

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    You also need to swap the arm lights
     
  5. Rhinox555

    Rhinox555 Insert clever joke here.

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    Can't. They're retooled in a way that they're not interchangable.
     
  6. QmTablit

    QmTablit Disguise: Check. Robot...

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    Peaugh did something much similar to this. I don't think he ever posted what he did in here, but he made a video on it. And if I remember right, he figured out how to keep the original head and put the helmet over it. It might be worth checking out.
     

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