Minor/Repaint: Spurt Reynolds (aka:dairycon convoy 1.5)

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by ALPHAMAGNUS, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. ALPHAMAGNUS

    ALPHAMAGNUS He's BACK! Veteran

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    here's my reworking of my original Dairycon Convoy

    He now looks more like Burt Reynolds thanks to Aprim's suggestion for a donor figure

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  2. aprim

    aprim Well-Known Member

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    Lol that's great. Nice work!
     
  3. hthrun

    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    How'd you get your attachments to work?
     
  4. ALPHAMAGNUS

    ALPHAMAGNUS He's BACK! Veteran

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    thanks for the idea of using that centurion.

    huh?
     
  5. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer/ Store Owner

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    wow that is great a concept
     
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    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    chansformers butcher of the bots

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    that's pretty slick!!!

    what body/mold is that?
     
  8. ALPHAMAGNUS

    ALPHAMAGNUS He's BACK! Veteran

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    I have no idea why mine work , lol.

    Chansformers, it's a Target exclusive Stealth Halo Spartan. The sword was from rts prime, the gun was from samurai manatarms , and the hat was from a terry funk toy. The head was the green centurion , I dunno his name
     
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    meisterworks Well-Known Member

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    fahnee. lol.
    great parody
     
  10. cheetor71

    cheetor71 Autobot

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    Awesome job.
     
  11. Wingnut

    Wingnut Stayin' Alive!

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    So when will you be starting work on Rom DeLuise?
     
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    wylungz Well-Known Member

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    hey!! he was able to do attachments!!!!! wat the!!!!! >=(!!!!!!!

    other than that.. cool job here!! lol
     
  13. Spurt Reynolds

    Spurt Reynolds Puppet Show Justice!!

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    Lol classic dude!
    You should make him a mega pretender with a Trans am shell!
     
  14. Methusalen

    Methusalen Not good enough for G1!

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    I hope you don't mind, but I'm sending the pictures of your updated figure to Fred (the "Head Cheese" of Dairycon & the Dairyland Transfans)... :) 

    I know I liked it before, but now that you've solved the 'neck issue'; it's GREAT! :) 
    Now "Pete" (the Pretender Shell) looks outstanding!
    Makes me want to try the same thing to my clear Halo armor...
     
  15. ALPHAMAGNUS

    ALPHAMAGNUS He's BACK! Veteran

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    With that face I didn't think you'd mind the name ;) 

    No problem, they were the inspiration afterall.

    If you decide to try LMK, as this was a "measure , measure, cut, measure again" procedure.
     

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