Minor/Repaint: Legends Class Devastator

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  1. SonOfNemesis

    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    EZ Devastator Commission: Full repaints (all modes) and added realism (weathering, dirt, cement, mud, and other effects).

    UPDATE: Completed this one today. I will let these figures dry and then I will transform into all of their alternate modes and finally Devastator. I'll be posting up in a couple days.
     

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    Will of Unicron Well-Known Member

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    Make sure you post the other pics. This looks like it could be very good!
     
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    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    Will do, this is really only a teaser pic. There's lots of good stuff planned for this guy and the Devastator fig itself! On this one imparticular, I will be fine tuning its details like adding painted lights, inner windows, and other little details here and there. Then it will get the details mentioned above.
     
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    Some cement effects ha ha...
     

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    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    Updated First Post with new pics.
     
  6. Solrac333

    Solrac333 G1 got it right!

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    Very cool. I like the about of dirt you added. Very dirty. :) 
     
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    Thanks! I'll be adding more complimentary details tomorrow and should be through with this guy shortly after.
     
  8. Will of Unicron

    Will of Unicron Well-Known Member

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    The 3d texture looks great. Love the cement truck!!!
     
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    Thanks, stay tuned because I'll be posting up Devastator pics soon. I already repainted his face and added better details to his main body as well. This one will be really kick a$$
     
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    Update in first post!
     
  11. rumsawatti

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    BRO! this is f***** beast man for a second i thought the dirt and cement was real!!! this is sooooooooo awesome!!!!! :)  Keep IT up man i cant wait to see this finished!!! :D 
     
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    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, I actually was able to assemble it because the finishing paint apps were so minimal and light that the figures were fine for assembly. Here it is!
     

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    WOW, wicked nasty. Thats awesome, it looks so real. You got the dirt cemet and mud detail, perfect.
     
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    Janeails22x Collector & Customizer

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    Agreed! What was you technique?
     
  15. SonOfNemesis

    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys! I just applied the cement and mud effects using various brushes (sort of like dabbing and also dry brushing techniques, wasn't hard at all).
     
  16. Will of Unicron

    Will of Unicron Well-Known Member

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    That is what I am talking about!!! Friggin' AWESOME!
     
  17. John_Force

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    Frickin Amazing's more like it. Perfect amount of weathering.
     
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    Thanks guys, it's really an easy application - I learned how to do it from my local hobby shop guys.
     

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