Minor/Repaint: ROTF The Fallen Head Mod/Paint

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  1. kylash327

    kylash327 ThePlasticGeek

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    Did some washes of neon orange for more added flame detail, Most of the mod was fixing the head, the crest being almost horizontal drove me nuts, so i chopped it off and reglued along with the rubber forehead pieces to be more vertical like it should be.
     

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  2. OMEGAPRIME1983

    OMEGAPRIME1983 Well-Known Member

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    Nice, if I find an extra to messs up I might do this.
     
  3. strata32000

    strata32000 Well-Known Member

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    I like what you have done man.
    Paint looks great.
    It also has an Egyptian feel to it. Maybe Transformers ROF VS Night at the Museum
    at the box office:) 
     
  4. kylash327

    kylash327 ThePlasticGeek

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    thanks!

    Yeah i just dont understand why they did the head the way they did, its supposed to be like an egyptian head dress, vertical, but they pointed it back, its not like it would have gotten away in vehicle mode.
     
  5. strata32000

    strata32000 Well-Known Member

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    Your welcome my friend.
    It really does look killer and the cartoon "Mummies Alive" came to mind when I saw it:) 
    Do you have an more pics of it?
     
  6. kylash327

    kylash327 ThePlasticGeek

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    ill be doing a proper photoshoot this weekend. The weathering looks alot better without the flash and nice lighting.

    I didnt want to go for uber-realistic, just what it might look like if Hasbro did a few more paintapps.
     
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    I feel you overdid the wash, but it still looks good.
     
  8. kylash327

    kylash327 ThePlasticGeek

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    again, the flash shows more of the wash than you can see with the naked eye, better pictures will help.
     
  9. strata32000

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    I like it as it is shown in the pics.
    But a camera flash can really distort how a custom paint job comes out.
    Still I'm looking forward to more pics:) 
     
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    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    Hawt. Why don't they make the toy's like Radicons dose?

    MTL
     
  13. strata32000

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    I agree with Maniactoalaco.
    Hasbro is being lazy But on th eother hand if Hasbro did make them like this then what would we do:) 
     
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    kylash327 ThePlasticGeek

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    added better shots
     
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    The new pics look great.
    Y'know, now that you mention it, i do have the sick habit of liking figures i have to fix to like.
     
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    kylash327 ThePlasticGeek

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    thanks :) 
     
  17. shadow panther

    shadow panther Mechanically Insane

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    dude you have to make a tutorial for the head mod
     
  18. ElekTriC

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    does he still transform good with the headmod ???

    some one really should make a tutorial for that fix.
     
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    shadow panther Mechanically Insane

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    i would love a tutorial
     
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    hard to do a tutorial, didnt take pics as i did it. i basically just chopped off the head crest at a seam, and reglued it and a higher angle, and glued the rubber forehead pieces to it for accuracy and support.
     

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