Customs: Gunbarrels?

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  1. Chaos Muffin

    Chaos Muffin Misadventure Veteran

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    Does anyone else also paint alot of their TF gunbarrel tips black or grey etc to give them that hollowed out look?


    Hoping it does'nt decrease the value of the toy. (Incase I needed to ebay them off someday to pay some debt)
    Just think they look cooler with it :) 


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    Sorda like looking down the barrel of a gun hehe
     
  2. SPLIT LIP

    SPLIT LIP Dry built

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    I think the black is cool, but if your planning on selling them later than I wouldn't.


    Did you fix that prime your self?
     
  3. Orodruin

    Orodruin @deathformer TFW2005 Supporter

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    Wtf??

    But yeah... haven't tried that, looks pretty cool though!
     
  4. Chaos Muffin

    Chaos Muffin Misadventure Veteran

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    Well crap, how that pic get in there?

    SL- Yeeap, had to switch those arms again.
    Universe Ultra Magnus deja-vu
     
  5. Dark_Convoy

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    I paint the exhaust pipes on my Alternators like that.
     
  6. Primus_feather

    Primus_feather Well-Known Member

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    nope, I usually take a uber small dril bit a boar out a hole bout a millimeter or more deep.
     
  7. RHansen

    RHansen Sir. Ranbotnic Veteran

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    lmao @ the pie picture

    but ya, I've done it on a few :) 

    and I thought the bendy prime arms were fixed this go'round :( 
     
  8. Fretburn

    Fretburn We need Instrument TFs

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    I've been doing this for years. And started panel lining/black washing/filling in details for about two years.

    But I really like Primus_Feather's drill bit idea
     
  9. Chaos Muffin

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    Me too, might have to try it out. Thanks for the idea PF.

    Also like DC's idea a whole lot, forgot about the tailppipes
     
  10. Gears

    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    Neat idea!
     
  11. vector

    vector City Commander

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    No I actually hollow mine out with a dremel. In my opinion it does not affect the value in the slightest.
     
  12. NeilJam

    NeilJam Resident Audiophile

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    I agree. If the toy is open then it's already lost some value. By doing these mods you could say it is "customized" or "detailed" and possibly even raise the value of it to some buyers.
     
  13. Sculpt-bot

    Sculpt-bot So waddya want, a medal?

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    I always hollow out the center of my cream pies too....but I occasionally color the center black to get the barrell effect too.....


    tee-hee, sorry couldn't resist. The random pie guy is just too surreal to ignore.
     

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