Heavy/Scratch: DOTM Deluxe Weaponized Roadbuster Completed!!!

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  1. rodimus62609

    rodimus62609 Well-Known Member

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    Hope I'm posting these right. Anyway here is my weaponized Roadbuster completed! Like I said in the WIP thread I know it's rough around the edges, but it satisfies me that ill soon have 3 weaponized deluxe Wreckers. I'm proud of this custom and hope my skills will develop. Used HA Roadbusters parts and a Deluxe DOTM Roadbuster to make this happen. Carved the engine up to fit by the spoiler, which i shortened up from the HA. Made 2 new improved chest pieces that look loads better than my first WIP ones. Thanks for looking I hope you like it! :D 
     

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  2. micky24

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    uhm since we are both beginners and likes hot glue,i think since your glueing thin parts such as spoilers,why not use super glues instead?with that it ill make your custom look nicer and will help boost your satisfaction for your figure.=D
     
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    Eh, well I like it, but the 2 shades of green in the altmode are kind of an eyesore.....
     
  4. ThinkTank Customs

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    Interesting, very good for your first take. But you shouldn't use hot glue for customs, it's danerous and much to thick
     
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    Should've customized your Wreckers the easy way: swap some parts around and use Reprolabels. Good intentions but some superglue would've made it better.
     
  6. rodimus62609

    rodimus62609 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the C+C guys! I know the hot glue looks rough, but it's all i have o hand and it's all i can get! Maybe i'll try a v2 eventually!
     

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