Heavy/Scratch: classic dinobots

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  1. chlokai

    chlokai Well-Known Member

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    Here is my take on the classic dinobots, all are voyager/ultra scale which fits in perfectly with the classic scale transformers.
     

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  2. dash raven

    dash raven Well-Known Member

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    Simply awesome!

    I see that you used the dropshot, blades and mudflap molds. What did you use for grimlock?
     
  3. Overdrive

    Overdrive Active Member

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    Damn, that's really impressive! I see the clever use of the CD Scattorshot mold here for the main torso on a few of these, not bad at all ^^. What did you use to make the rest of the parts (legs, limbs,wings,etc.)? They look great!
     
  4. G60Force

    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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    except to occasional blockyness, these all look awesome!!!! :D 
     
  5. L_K

    L_K Decepticon

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    What a sweet and unique collection! You did it!
     
  6. dsn1014

    dsn1014 41:75:74:6f:62:6f:74

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    Love this team man, its so creative, they all look great!
     
  7. BairdimusPrime

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    frickin awesome!! recepies??
     
  8. Joey_Santana

    Joey_Santana Shockwave fanboy

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    Man, I'm really amazed!
    They all look so authentic.
     
  9. JacobPGalvatron

    JacobPGalvatron Storm Trooper #1

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    Pretty creative with the parts.
    A tad blocky, but excellent otherwise.
     
  10. Ezilla82

    Ezilla82 Expect the Unexpected.

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    Dude, you did an amazing job making your Dinobots! Great work, chlokai!
     
  11. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    Awesome line-up man & awesome work on these!
     
  12. UltraMagnus2008

    UltraMagnus2008 Autobot

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    wow I love the blocky and true to G1 look you have achieved, simple but well detailed, good job!
     
  13. hXcpunk23

    hXcpunk23 The Chaos Bringer

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    Excellent work on these, my friend! They look like updated G1 "toon" Dinobots. The parts and bots you used really work well with these. Hell, I'm still amazed at those bots/parts--never realized just how great they could work as Dinobots. The scratchbuilt parts really take these guys over the top. Always a fan of your work, bro!
     
  14. Rumble02

    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    So nice
     
  15. chlokai

    chlokai Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the comments guys.
    They are a bit blocky . This is due to me not being very skilled at styrene work. But it will come with time (hopefuly). The other problem is not having a good base mold for their dinobot modes. I didnt want to use any beastwars as it would have made them too organic. Also didnt want to articulate the G1 versins as they would be too small for me. I articulated my G1 grimlock and he was smaller thhan universe prowl.

    I am going to do individual threads for Grimlock Sludge Snarl and Swoop so will give you guys who are interested a closer look and let you know what I used.
     
  16. chansformers

    chansformers butcher of the bots

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    beautiful!!!!
    i love how g1 blockish they are,yet highly articulated too!!!!
    very cool "fresh" update to much loved characters!!!!:cool: 
     
  17. Lion

    Lion Will bite you!

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    I like these a lot...They kinda look like transforming heroes of cybertron/PVC figures. I like the paint apps.
     
  18. hoshi_1123

    hoshi_1123 Drone killer

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    I agree.. these would be absolutely perfect if not for the blocky, flat surfaces.. but that's understandable considering the amount of scratch building you did.. really excellent work man!
     
  19. tony77tony77

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    i like them alot!!! nice work!!
     
  20. the_last_toltek

    the_last_toltek technobot

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    ok at first i didn't think it was good, but the more i look at it the more they impress me. nice job!
     

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