Heavy/Scratch: Custom Prime Jet

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  1. alanmukkl

    alanmukkl Member

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    Dear Fans,


    Here is something I did for the past weeks and I have spend more than USD 1000 to complete this master piece. Been working on repaints through out the world and here is something to share. Hope you guys like it and please ask me anything if you guys thought of getting one done for yourself and I am willing to share....
     

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  2. alondav77

    alondav77 Well-Known Member

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    OMFG - this is beautiful work
    I like the work you did ther with the parts - wow
    GREAT WORK
     
  3. optimus kimchee

    optimus kimchee Well-Known Member

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    OMG! I dont even know what to say!

    I can see how much hard work and time you put into this!

    You disassembled and rebuilt Jetfire's parts with so much amazing detail!

    You my friend are an amazing artist :thumb 
     
  4. Sabrina_Ng

    Sabrina_Ng La Femme Fatale

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    Nice. I like the way the thrusters are modelled. But the feet...Not sure how to put it but it kinda reminds me of a duck as it's protruding out too much in one of the pics.

    All that apart, what made the parts used balloon the cost of this project to more than USD 1k?
     
  5. StuntPrime35

    StuntPrime35 Dreads for life

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    As absolutley BEAUTIFUL this piece is, and I CANNOT put my awe into words, I'm sllightly pulling that polite smile at the 1k price point just to do it up. Do you really have that sort of money to put into projects or are you expecting HUGE returns at an event or something?
     
  6. seali_me

    seali_me Buhawi Gabay-Tala

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    1000$ US? wtf did your wife say?

    that looks awesome. you're right others pale in comparson.
     
  7. Josh

    Josh Comic Color-guy

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    can i have it? xD


    gorgeous job

    wish we'd get some kind of a proper/accurate toy of this combination
    its so awesome
     
  8. jcartwork

    jcartwork Well-Known Member

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    Stunning,and beautiful.I have always want to do this custom as well.I take reference from bad karma very similar to your piece.Great job but isit transformable ?
     
  9. Howling

    Howling I'M NOT A GUY!!!

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    Everyone above me stole the words from my mouth. My first though when I looked at the pictures was "whoa" which pretty much sums up my amazement.
     
  10. bad karma 99

    bad karma 99 Imaginationist.

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    Hell yeah !!! You did a really great job with this. Sorry to hear about that 1000+ dollar build cost though. I thought the build cost for mine was too much at just under $400.

    From looking at these pictures it looks like your Jetfire parts are removable. Are they ? Does Prime still Transform ?
     
  11. garibaldiprime

    garibaldiprime Banned

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    Thats very awesome, but i wouldnt agree with the statement that its the most accurate in the world so far as theres quite a few little details missing, and the placement of the back parts is incorrect too.
     
  12. baggzey23

    baggzey23 psn - baggzey23

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    spent more than $1,000 on it :jawdropper: 

    lets hope it sells for more

    awesome job btw
     
  13. yongkykun

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    Just got my pants out of the drier, crapped on it a few hours ago after checking out this thread. Damn you Alan!

    Can I have it?
     
  14. ebay

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    i don't have jetfire but looking at your custom is indeed a pleasure.
    so much details and passion poured into it.
     
  15. mampy

    mampy Movie-Accurate Mampy

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    I wouldn't say it's the most movie-accurate one I've seen, but this is one awesome piece! :) 

    Don't see how this is coming up to USD1000 in terms of cost, unless you've been buying some exorbitantly priced toys for the parts.
     
  16. Hakka

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    Awesome work.

    $1000???

    I hope $800 of that is hidden in his battery compartment :) 

    hakka.
     
  17. Solrac333

    Solrac333 G1 got it right!

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    Looks awesome!
     
  18. OMEGAPRIME1983

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    wow... uhm... uh... wow.... idk what else to say... OH!! Does it still transform?? If it does I'll be even MORE amazed..
     
  19. garibaldiprime

    garibaldiprime Banned

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    I just noticed the movie accurate blue pin-stripes! Did you use the buster prime two-pack mold for this? If so they came like that from the factory, but if you didnt use that as the base toy how did you make the pinstripes look so awesome?
     
  20. aleksanderdk

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    what a beauti great job m8
    i love it but 1000$ thats alot of money man
    my wife kills me if i did that.
     

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