Like many of my projects, I've been sitting on this one for a while now because frankly, I'm too lazy to take photos. Basically, all I did here was: 1) Removed the green parts of SDCC Nemesis Prime and dyed them black using RIT + Acetone on low heat. 2) Repainted any parts that became unpainted by the dyeing process, using a mix of silver with transparent blue and green, which appromixates the factory color quite nicely. 3) Spray painted the grey parts using Tamiya aircraft silver AS-12. 4) Added transparent red paint Tamiya to the inside of all the windows. [att]17751[/att] [att]17757[/att] It's not perfect, because there are certain places where the connectors are still noticeably blue, and the transparent windshield bits on his arms are still visibly blue for the most part, but at least the windows are red in truck mode. I painted them from the back, so there's no visible paint on the outside of the glass, and thankfully they are a light enough blue that they don't come off as purple. I would have dyed them, but of course transparent plastic is too dense to dye -- it just shrugs the color right off. Sure, it's not nearly as nice as the real black prototypes with red windows which were floating around a while back, but seeing as how I'll never get my hands on one of those, I figure this is the next best thing. After dyeing plastic, it can sometimes look blanched, leached, like the plastic has lost its glossy sheen. For that, a quick touch with some armor-all (or an armor-all wipe) and the sheen is restored. It looks like factory-black plastic again. [att]17759[/att] [att]17756[/att] I actually made two of them, one with silver painted legs and one without, because I wasn't sure which one I would like better in the end. I'm thinking of selling the one without the painted legs now... [att]17758[/att] [att]17760[/att] That's pretty much it -- simple and stupid. I've had them finished for some time, just never posted them.