Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by sentinalsupreme, Nov 9, 2010.
Robot mode please?
Edit: scratch that. Looks great! Awesome work mate!
Looks good. Nice interpretation of the character.
I like it.
In fact i like it more than Classics Powerglide and more than HFTD Highbrow.
im wanting to repaint mine too....yours looks amazing!!!
did you have any probs with paint rubbing around the foot/toe area?
I love it!!!
ok now you have me wanting to buy that mold
very nice, would much rather have that then the production paint scheme!
Really interesting. I love both characters, as well as both figures, but this combines well. I'm surprised you didn't change up the facemask, but that's minor.
I'm not sure where the Powerglide=WWII plane thing came from... maybe because so many of us as kids identified his G1 toy as an "old fashioned" plane, maybe because his personality perfectly suits a cocky WWII ace... but I like it!
Wow, i never thought of that none or the less it`s amazing
the cocky part is totally right, but powerglides wasnt the fastest or biggest plane and the people from that time kind of talked like him..but "the girl who loved powerglide" was my insperation. the A 10 & P 38 lighting are kind of simular.kind of.
Wow! Very well executed and such a great mold choice! This honestly works better as powerglide and in those colors than it did as highbrow in the original colors.
Now all you need to do is paint up a dr. archeville figure into Astoria Carlton-Ritz and it'll be perfect!
great idea..we're best friends now..lol
Right... Powerglide's bio describes him as being a slower, weaker plane than the Decepticon jets, but who gets by on aerobatic manoeuvrability and balls. I always felt that a WWII prop plane would really suit him... moreso than a flying tank like the A-10.
Very nice! What mold is this from, if I may ask?
Very cool. Nice work.
u should change the head and make it look G1 Powerglide and movie-ish
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