Heavy/Scratch: Classics Jazz

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  1. newguy

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  2. REDLINE

    REDLINE longer days, plz? Veteran

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    haha love the background of the first one, how far are you going with this project?
     
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    Well for starters i just removed all the paint and smoothed it out. It looks way better now.
    I'm going to buy a 911(or any Prosche) 1:43 scale model and another sideways. I'm going to remove the R8 parts and add on the Porsche parts. Sideways looks to be the best deluxe for me to do this to, and i love the mold. I'll paint it white and add some flying lizard (porsche racing team) stickers or some other racing stuff. So it will be a classics jazz movie style :lol . If i can find another classics prowl i might use him, but then again everyone uses him for customs.
     
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    classics style movie jazz huh, i like the sound of it. :thumb 
     
  5. Lintlizard

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    That explains the nonchalant way that Prime is carrying his severed head =P

    Looks good though, can't wait to see more!
     
  6. jazz4ever

    jazz4ever I'm turned on by numbers

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    Cant wait to see it finished.
     
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    Well I couldn't find a hardtop Porsche (found a convertable), so i picked up a old Stingray. So now it's pretty much ROTF Jazz with a G1 style head (it looks different from the pics now). Im using longarms body and arms, and bumblebee's legs. This is a hell of a lot harder then you think
     
  8. Magmatron22

    Magmatron22 HADOUKEN!!!

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    wow that looks great so far cant wait to see the rest...... hey wait do I see the FFC written on there :ev: 
     
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    I got way bord so i just painted stuff on my sheet :lol 

    I ran out of krazy glue.
     
  10. project9

    project9 White n' Nerdy

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    Adding on parts? or reshelling?

    You'll need to go with 1:32 scale for Deluxe sized toys. I grabbed a 1:43 scale Lancia model and it's tiny - like scout tiny. =(

    I have a 1:32 Porsche kit for a Prowl-to-Jazz I'll do eventually that is the perfect size.
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    IACON "That's Vector Sigma?" TFW2005 Supporter

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    MP Prime holding Jazz's head = EPIC!
     
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    QmTablit Disguise: Check. Robot...

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    Try backing up and using the zoom on the camera instead. Unless it's a camera off your phone or something, in which case, you're better off not using it.
     
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    they had a convertable Porsche at 1:24 scale. There was a old Stingray 1:25 scale that i picked up. I painted it black forgeting i was making a jazz :lol 
    Now it's time to cut it up and figure out how the hell this thing is going to work.
     
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    project9 White n' Nerdy

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    1:24 scale is Alternator/Binaltech sized. I think those will probably be too big. Good luck nonetheless!
     
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    My longarm figure was long enough, so im now using him with bumblebees legs. So far ive only made the gun and put the wheels on the figure. I'm going to try and make it less of a shellformer. Just need my dad to get home, so i can ask if i can use his tools
     
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    I now can almost open my eye comfortably, and it's now not so sensitive to light.
     
  17. eisen

    eisen "CUT ME SOME SLACKS!"

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    :lolol 
     
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    update
     
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    eisen "CUT ME SOME SLACKS!"

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    cool dude, got any bot mode mockups?
     
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    I still have some wet glue, so i cant transform him right now. I still need to put some more glue connecting the top of the vet to his back. I just want to make sure it's and wont pop off.
    Do you know of any molding stuff i can use?
     

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