Scratch Builds: Customs Scale Reference 101 - Part Seven - 1/35 Scale Armor

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  1. Wikkid

    Wikkid Semi-retired customizer

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    Scales are based on a replicas size in relation to its real world counterpart. This tutorial is not meant to be taken as an exact guide to what anyone can or should build; it is only meant to give a rough outline on scale in relation to main line figures. My hope for this body of work is to offer a helpful frame of reference for most customizers looking to work with model kits in creating new Transformers figures.

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    1/35 Scale Armor

    Seen in the first image is a 1/35 scale mobile SAM system in relation to the 1/24 scale Alternator line.
    These measure up brilliantly and could work in multiple configurations. Also shown is the Masterpiece Starscream stripped down to bare components - which would also work perfectly - as it fits within the track system. This setup would make an outstanding Masterpiece Energon Barricade.

    I included an image of a 1/35 British Challenger which was almost directly re-shelled over the Alternators Viper mold. The other is a 1/32 Soviet T-52b built around the Masterpiece Seeker mold.

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