Minor/Repaint: Custom transformer shockwave

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  1. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer/ Store Owner

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    Custom Transformer Shockwave made from Energon ShockBlast. Arms and hands were replace with transformers alternators arms and hands for full moment. Was painted with chrome lacquer and purple enamel paint, design to look like the original G1 style and color scheme.

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    Cool! The Alt arms work well. Can you still get a satellite mode out of him?

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  3. Solrac333

    Solrac333 G1 got it right!

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    Very cool. I like it!
     
  4. Switch625

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    Very awesome! If I had the talent and the means, this is exactly what I'd do.
     
  5. gargunkle

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    That looks pretty great.
     
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    Thats a great job, he looks awesome.
     
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    Nice job!
     
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    Wow, this on of the best looking custom Shockwave I seen in a long time. You did a great job. I am a great fan of G1 Transformers, a real treat.
     
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    :rock  thats a rad custom. why cant hasbro release a shockwave like this.
     
  10. hunterbeaner

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    very nice work
    very G1ish
     
  11. Dormamu

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    You got the paint and the poseability just right. So sweet. Great job!
     
  12. Rumble02

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    so simple and yet soooooo awesome sauce
     
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    ^o^CORVUS^o^ You call on me to solve a crooked rhyme

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    Nice work! I dig it :D 
     
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    Was it hard to get the alt arms to fit? How did you do it exactly?

    Nice work BTW :thumb 
     
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    never thaught to use alt ahockblast arms thats genious
     
  16. x BlackMagnus x

    x BlackMagnus x Is not impressed

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    Very nice work, those Alt parts look great on there!:thumbs2: 
     
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    Those arms are from the Viper mold ie Sunstreaker, Dead End, or Sideswipe
     
  18. xaviercal

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    Both Arms from Alternator Sideswipe. the only piece from Shockblast is his weapon hand.
     
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    Can i have it... for freee?
     
  20. xaviercal

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    thanks! It was not too much a problem to fit the alternator arms. I had too pull out the pins off from Sideswipe arms. Either u can try pulling it off or using a soldering gun. It will be fastest and simple way to do it by soldering heat gun. Just be careful; it get very hot. Then you can pull it out with some pliers. Then you can see that you may need to drill the whole a bit wider to math shockblast shoulder piece. I hope this help.
     

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