Heavy/Scratch: Quintesson Executioner

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  1. JAF

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    I'll be posting a few more galleries here as I have time. To start off, here's my take on the evil Quintesson Executioner. This was created with Xevos joints and sheet styrene. The paint app is acrylic and I went more witht he comic color scheme because it's pretty subdued. The figure has 14 points of articulation.

    Finally, I made energy bolts reminiscent of the comic version. They are constructed of clear styrene and colored with Sharpie permanent markers.

    Fire away!
     

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  2. NemesisBruticus

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    reminds me of the halo alien spartans.
     
  3. Delta Star

    Delta Star <b>Reprolabels.com</b> TFW2005 Supporter

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    Good stuff!

    Got any tips for working with styrene? Where's a good place to learn basic techniques?
     
  4. Wheel_Jack

    Wheel_Jack pitying fools

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    super sweet JAF. The energy bolts have so much character. The figure is amazing man.
     
  5. REDLINE

    REDLINE longer days, plz? Veteran

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    hey I really like that, man. :)  At first I wasn't sure about the subdued scheme, but I do believe I like it better than the cartoon colors.
     
  6. Superquad7

    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    Great work, man! You did a really nice job of bringing this guy out of the cartoon and into the 3-D world! Everything looks super nice! I look forward to your future galleries as well as your future customs! :thumb 

    Right here in the Radicons! Just check out our resources section for many great tips! :wink: 
     
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    big hank Resident Slacker-Basher

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    Super cool!! You scratch built the whole dang thing? :eek: I bow!!:bowdown: 
     
  9. JAF

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    Heh, thanks guys. I didn't scratch build the whole things just the 'decoration. I started out with a ball jointed frame and built on that based upon the QE design seen in the movie and comics. I also used a few Gundam parts that I neglected to mention.

    And definitely do check out the great tutorials listed above!
     
  10. EvaUnit13

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    Reminds me of a Gekka from Code Geass
     

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