Minor/Repaint: Generations Punch/Counterpunch

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  1. sentinalsupreme

    sentinalsupreme Well-Known Member

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    Generations Punch/Counterpunch
    this was a test run to see if it cound be done...
    i bought it to do wheeljack but in hand i didnt see him as wheeljack or jazz.
    about ready to give it to my nephew. i saw something.
     

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  2. Demonss

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    That works frighteningly well!!

    Great work man!

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    I expect to see this duplicated.. It's that unique!

    heck I feel like I want to make one now!
     
  3. G60Force

    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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    Sweet baby jesus! Wow!!
     
  4. 1980kid

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    very nice work, awesome!!
     
  5. frenzyrumble

    frenzyrumble Banned

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    i love it. i wanna do it now!
     
  6. coinilius

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    Yes, great to see someone doing this custom - as soon as I saw the Drift mold I thought of this, there are just so many good deatil matches between the mold and Punch/Counterpunch. Love how you got it to work Sentinalsupreme :D 
     
  7. G1Wheeljack

    G1Wheeljack Well-Known Member

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    Wow, that works really well! Great job!
     
  8. Ra88

    Ra88 Dutchman!

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    Holy shit, that works even better then the Sideswipe mold! Very well done!
     
  9. MyTea Boc

    MyTea Boc Beardy Boyo!

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    Excellent work dude! great idea and excellent paintwork!
     
  10. frenzyrumble

    frenzyrumble Banned

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    looking at drift now to see how you pulled this off, limbs need to be swapped, don't they? I was extremely impressed until I noticed both legs and arms need to get pulled and swapped. I think if I dip into this (still awesome) idea, I might make the arms function in their original spots for both sides, as well as a 180 degree waist so the legs could still work. Still, very impressed.
     
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  11. jcartwork

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    owesome mold for this custom .Great ideas bro and nice custom ;) 
     
  12. meisterworks

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    very impressive and great ideas.
    thanks for the spark.
     
  13. Kouri

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    Yeah, when I first looked at it, I thought that the figure was using the same chest, just rotating the windshield, shoulders, and head around. It took my a bit to realize the idea was using entirely different sides of the figure and that limbs were being part-formed. I think only modifying the windshield to rotate around to both sides would be the easiest route to achieving this look, the rest being accomplished through alternate transformations.
     
  14. autobotchico

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    good thinking bro.. i see you teaching even the pros. you awsome skill that i saw from the start!
     
  15. snakejake

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    this is great. can't wait to get started on one myself... and see what other people try and end up with.

    well done!
     
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    great idea!
     
  17. Ezilla82

    Ezilla82 Expect the Unexpected.

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    Very cool.
     
  18. mx-01 archon

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    You beat me to it. I was waiting for Blurr to come out.
     
  19. SMOG

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    Wow... y'know, just YESTERDAY, I was wondering if Drift would work for Punch/Counterpunch (Drifts were on sale at my local TRU :)  ), and here it is! Brilliant. I like it better than similar attempts with the Sunstreaker mold.

    zmog
     
  20. coinilius

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    Another customiser on here altered the Drift mold so that the legs were backwards - the car parts on the back facing forward, if you get what I mean. I can't remember who that was now, but it looked alright - maybe if you could just alter the knees and elbows to bend both ways, rather than a rotating waist?

    EDIT: Found it, it was Jarrod's Turbomaster Boss custom.
     

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