My CUSTOM DEVASTATOR, HELP ME!!!!

Discussion in 'Creative General Discussion' started by SonOfNemesis, Sep 22, 2010.

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Keep Devastator Clean OR Add Textured Effects

Poll closed Sep 24, 2010.
  1. Keep him Clean

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  2. Add the Effects

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  1. SonOfNemesis

    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    I need help with a decision. I am making a custom Supreme Devastator -
    http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/radicons-customs/325972-custom-supreme-devastator.html

    And I need to know if you think I should keep it Clean OR should I add some Textured Effects such as cement and crud residue on each constructicon's shovel, bucket, treads, etc.

    These effects would basically give the idea that the constructicons were working moving energon sludge around for Megatron before he commanded them to merge to form Devastator. Devastator formed and the effects are left on each constructicon as he is merged into devastator.

    So, I ask you...keep him clean OR add the effects?
     
  2. Joe Moore

    Joe Moore Is Not Jim... Administrator

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    Moved to correct forum.
     
  3. SonOfNemesis

    SonOfNemesis Well-Known Member

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    Ok, thanks!
     
  4. Megatron31

    Megatron31 I Belong to Nobody! TFW2005 Supporter

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    im a big fan of the actual toy look so i say clean
     
  5. Zildjian

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    Dirty and destroyed.... I can't see a character named "Devastator" being all clean.
     
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