Customs: Supplies of out to custom your Transformers?

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  1. Ezilla82

    Ezilla82 Expect the Unexpected.

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    I'm not sure what to do can someone tell me what supplies to use when you custom made your own Transformer or make a Transformer you have even better. That will be great.
     
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    Paint, (Testors acrylic is my personal favorite), Superglue, nailpolish, imagination.
     
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    Other toys can come in handy too-Hot Wheels, etc-for spare parts.
     
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    Other than whats already been mentioned, I'd say a Dremel tool would be helpfull. I got one for Christmas, and I'm going to be using it on a couple of my own kitbashes. I'm going to wait for the weather to get better before I do any major paintjobs or anything. Peace out.
     
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    Hey Hook thanks for that info. I'll use when I need too.
     
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    Thanks Hook for that information, I'll use when I need too. Thanks.
     
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    Me bad I double posted, oh grapefruits, won't do it again.
     
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    I use PPG auto grade paint on my customs. And I reduced the clear coat down heavy so when i do spray It's like a fine mist. But then I have a older brother that works for a PPG auot supply company so I get my paint for free when it in small amount like sprayng a model. When it;s a larger job I pay 10% of cost.
     

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