Tap-out and Glyph (potential paint job)

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  1. grunge

    grunge The TANK

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    was thinking about buying a Cybertron BB and CJ and doing a custom paint job on them to make them Tap-out and Glyph.

    but wanted some opinions.

    i felt since neither were ever on earth (that i know of) when their extened universe alt modes would have been scanable, the WFC mold would be best(cheapest) way to go. and in my mind make most sence.

    thoughts?
    suggestions?

    also, Glyph is Navy Blue right?
     
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    DecepticonSpike Member of the Scrappy Doo Fan Club

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    Glyph is a dark blue, but no where near navy.
     
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    Check out this Glyph
     
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    PoweredConvoy Randy of the Allspark

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    Glyph is more a sparkly medium blue. Tap Out is a sparkly forest green.

    I think those molds would suit the figures for obvious reasons.

    Randy
     
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    well, i chose Generations CJ just becuase of the head scult and also due to fact a Classics CJ is expensive and lastly becuase Tap-Out is a green CJ.

    i like the WFC mold, especially for Glyph, becuase i could pose it more affeminately. plus since Tap-Out is a melee expert i figured the built in blades would be a nice touch.
    and i could leave the wheels extended to take away some bulk to make Glyph even more female looking ... you know ...

    i think i just convinced myself to do it! :aways to ebay:
     
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    Ive made a custom glyph a few years back and I found the RUSTOLIUM COBALT BLUE is a GREAT color for Glyph. Its a real close match to Binaltech (Blue) Prowl. A real sharp color.

    For my alternators Tap-Out I used modelmasters metalic green with a custom green base coat. But now I think that Rustolium's Metallic Racing Green would have been a much better way to go

    I think they both came out pretty sharp
     

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