Minor/Repaint: ROTF - Megatron

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  1. Crefigz

    Crefigz Well-Known Member

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    Details of Megatron Custom :
    - Added Ball Joint *Kaiyodo Revoltech* on Megatron's hand
    - texturized with rust
    - crystal gems
    - repainted with shadings

    This piece is made to achieve accurate version of the Movie Megatron which blows a realistic feel.

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  2. newguy

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    hawt
     
  3. blacklion29

    blacklion29 Merlion Gestalt

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    very nice dude! how did you do the textures?
     
  4. fakebusker83

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    You have given him a dimension never before seen in *most* of the megatron customs so far. Looking at just that one picture, you can't even tell the scale. He could well possibly be 50 feet tall. Very nice :) 

    This is not meant to offend, (I'm a great fan of your work) but I noticed the cybertronian characters looked like they're painted or decaled in, which I though was abit incongruent with the style of the rest of the detailing. Would it be better to have a go at those symbols with a mini dremel head? Then they'll really look like they're carved into his stony, stony hide.

    Now, when can we see the whole thing??
     
  5. Crefigz

    Crefigz Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ! Well, more pictures will be uploaded in a while and it does look like they're carved onto it from the actual figure.
     
  6. red00wolf

    red00wolf insatiable collector

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    ooo you better give us more pics....I need to see this beast!
     
  7. jcartwork

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    o,m.g i think this is the best I have seen so far,wait a go,
    I did notice the first megatron u did which u kinda of nail it instantaneously ;) 
     
  8. Crefigz

    Crefigz Well-Known Member

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    Thanks ! Just uploaded few more pictures, enjoy.
     
  9. fakebusker83

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    Oh man...If that's an actual blue led that lights up when firing and if there's an actual missile that be launched out, you have gone where no man has gone before...
     
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    How in hades did you get that cracked metal look? Nice job very accurate color wise.
     
  11. Yaujta

    Yaujta Not a Bear TFW2005 Supporter

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    This conversion has become my personal bible as to how to paint Leader Megatron. Totally astounding work.
    I think I know how you did the crackle, but can you share the actual technique you used?
     
  12. OMEGAPRIME1983

    OMEGAPRIME1983 Well-Known Member

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    Nicely done! How DID you get the cracked metal look on this figure?! Spray him with lacqure paints and dab a brush on the parts?
     

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