Minor/Repaint: RESTORATION: DOTM Roadbuster

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  1. ThinkTank Customs

    ThinkTank Customs TFW2005-Citizen

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    A few Weeks ago i got a badly painted DOTM Roadbuster.

    Cause i wanted to review him in his original Colors, i had to restore the original optic as good as i can

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    I know, that some of you will say, that th "Custom" was a good one BEFORE i restored it, yeah maybe, but nor for me! and for a review it was a very very bad base!

    And let me say at least: This will NOT be the final product! after reviewing it, i'll do a bunch of paintapps on him :) 

    hope for some critics :) 
     

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    wait - you bought a custom, then painted over it, to look more like it did before it was customized?

    do you plan to customize it next?
     
  3. micky24

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    i like the paint,the "bright" theme looked much better to him.but personally i dont like the figure the HA roadbuster awesome though
     
  4. ThinkTank Customs

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    Yes I do,p a custom out of him, and i bought it Cause it was much cheaper. I got a Heavy mispainted jolt too, but I think I cannot rescue him :-(

    But of course, I have huge respect for the customizer himself, but roadbuster and jolt where his worst customs ever, maybe he get bored while painting them. I know what happens then, all get wrong.
     

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