Non-TF: Luke Cage

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  1. foxhunter

    foxhunter Well-Known Member

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    Hello guys this is another comission work. sunglass is removable.

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    astig Optimus Prime's Driver

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    great paint job. overall a cool custom. i'm getting a Samuel L Jackson feel to it. :thumb 
     
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    Did you paint that orange or was it the color of the original fig?
     
  4. foxhunter

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    it was painted even his skin tone.
     
  5. foxhunter

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    hehe thanks.
     
  6. Destructicon 1

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    NICE! Great to luke cage get sum love.
     
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    DJW107PRIME Autobot Hero TFW2005 Supporter

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    Sweet Christmas that is awesome!!! I love Powerman now all you need is an Ironfist & you've got heros for hire.
     
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    It looks great, only thing that bothers me is the upper arms. It looks like his sleeve is tucked into his skin. Have you thought about painting a sleeve line on the joint below?? I think that would top off this amazing piece.
     
  9. foxhunter

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    Actually its much better when you see it in person it looks like its fitted on the body. the camera don't judge it well. I was planning to put line sleeves on the shoulder joint but it would ruin the line sleeves. When you bend or flex its arms too obvious that its painted since the lines are not connected anymore when you bend the parts. I just leave as it is and the guy who order it like it this way as well, simple and clean finish.:) 
     
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    A thin line of orange would not take away from it. and it would still look natural. But as long as the client is happy thats what truly mattered most. ;)  Still an awesome piece either way.
     

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