By Generation: Classics Figures: Simple Touch-ups For More "Cartoon Accuracy"

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  1. Pyps

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    Hey guys!

    Today, I [will] show you how to make your classics Jazz and classics Rodimus very cartoon accurate with some simple touchups.
    First paint all the lines. On white, [paint] with grey, and on darker colors, [paint] with black.

    Use all of the little details, and use bright colors to make it look it [was drawn] from [the] comic.

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    [To achieve this:]

    Tip #1:
    You must paint the lines with grey for white figures or black for others. (Use a very tiny brush, and if there is paint out of the line, you can take it away with your finger or [a cloth].)

    2.1 Rodimus:
    These cartoony flames are too faint; use a very tiny brush to border the flames. (If you did this very untidily, you can use a knife to make them nice and clean)

    2.2 Rodimus:
    The other parts can be [painted as previously instructed for all figures].

    2.1 Jazz:
    For the radiator grill, you can use masking Tape around the radiator grill. At first, use a dark grey for priming; then you must use some dry brushing- but very carefully! Use only [a tiny] bit of metallic color for dry brushing it! If it's finished, you can detach the masking tape.

    2.2 Jazz:
    For every little detail (like the red thing at the arm), you must use the surface tension. The color must be glossy then put [a bit of] color on a very tiny brush, and [apply] very carefully!

    Tip #2
    For every other detail, use a knife to correct paint mistakes, but be careful with this!
     

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