Minor/Repaint: The Last Knight DMK Optimus Prime

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  1. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer/ Store Owner

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    Created from Takara's Dual model Kit, DMK, Optimus was professionally built and repainted. He sports a much needed repainted into metallic blues and gun metals. He is heavily detailed inside and out, using many movie screenshots and CGI rendering as reference to fully bring Optimus to life. Hours spent detailing him to the fullest to match his on screen counterpart. I also gave him a light weathered effected all around him to add much more depth into this fantastic piece. Lastly a new addition of his engine weapon is included.


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    #mindblown
     
  3. Radio Joe

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    DAMN!!!! Never been a huge fan of this version of prime, but this has me rethinking that! Nice work!
     
  4. shiftypenguin

    shiftypenguin Fancy-Pantsless Dancer

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    Love the weathering effect!
     
  5. prime326

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    nice job
     
  6. deathzero23

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    The problem with kits is the falling parts.
    I saw a youtube review of the previous kits suffering from falling parts.
     

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