Heavy/Scratch: Double Blaster Bumblebee

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by savio-prime, Jul 13, 2010.

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Have Bee dry brushed and detailed, or just detailed?

  1. Yes do a metal drybrush and detail him!

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  2. No dry brushing, just detail all the molded features!

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  1. sh4d0w dweller

    sh4d0w dweller Well-Known Member

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    best bumblebee ever even better then battle ops!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Rodimeister0088

    Rodimeister0088 Prime

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    wow. that is insane! you made him accurate AND transformable!!!
     
  3. OMEGAPRIME1983

    OMEGAPRIME1983 Well-Known Member

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    Those came from the cannon bb from the rotf line.
     
  4. Armentitron

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    Yeah, right!
     
  5. silverbolt25

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    Question how did you do what you did with bee the chest and the back????
     
  6. hthrun

    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    It's all explained earlier in the thread. I suggest go through the pages just looking for savio's pics. That way you'll quickly find what you're looking for...
     
  7. savio-prime

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    One day I'll index this thread for all the modifications.

    Good news and bad news.

    Bad news: I am unable to dedicate the time needed to create a custom kit for people. This "rebuild" kit, as it has been so aptly put, requires more time than I can afford to devote. My apologies to those who were wanting this.

    Good news: between all the behind the scenes projects (non-tf related) and commissions I am doing, I am going to shoot out one more Custom Bee onto eBay. Here are 2 pics as to what you can expect to be different!
     

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  8. savio-prime

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    Here are some new pics of the new modification for Bee's collars. Instead of using wire to attach them, I shaved off just under a quarter inch of the front block of the neck base, and used screws to attach them. I'll explain more later but gotta run for now.
     

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  9. OMEGAPRIME1983

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    Glad to see you back on here guy. We've missed watching you in action!! Now.. What are the new parts you're using for the collar pieces now?? I LOVE the way that looks!!
     
  10. savio-prime

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    Thanks bro! I still used the fenders for the collars, but I shaped them differently and opted to use the screw holes designed to anchor the corners of the hood to the inner frame as the joint to Bee's neck, allowing his collars to swing out and in.
     
  11. Armentitron

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    Can we see all the mods done to the chest? Please?
     
  12. hthrun

    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    They're all in the thread. Just page through and look for the posts with pics attached. savio did an amazing job showing everything he did.
     
  13. Optimus1116

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    That is such a truly inovative design, and the best Bay Bumblebee, ever.:thumb 
     
  14. Jackal

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    How much for one?
     
  15. SMC9 Films

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    How did you create the "triple jointed hinge" and add the hinge that allowed you to rotate the rear lights onto the back
     
  16. SMC9 Films

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    This is truly amazing work though i own one, but It may break soon so that's why I'm making a few but I'm hoping I will be the first person to make a stop motion of this guy by the time I'm done making one lol
     
  17. silverbolt25

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    How did you do the feet and did u put heal joints in?
     
  18. hthrun

    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    They're all in the thread. Just page through and look for the posts with pics attached. savio did an amazing job showing everything he did.
     
  19. silverbolt25

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    Ok cool thanks bro
     
  20. silverbolt25

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    Is there a step by step page for the foot mod?
     

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