Minor/Repaint: Tightshot With Targetmaster Boost

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by Sparkless, Aug 28, 2011.

  1. Sparkless

    Sparkless Well-Known Member

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    I made whis a few months ago, but have only just decided to take pics recently, so thought I'd share with you guys. I made Tightshot about 4 years ago, and didn't even know about Glyph back then. So it was kind of a coincidence that they look alike. Anyways hope you enjoy and let me know what you all think of this team
     

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  2. Alloy Alchemist

    Alloy Alchemist Decepticon sympathizer

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    they look good togther as a team.
     
  3. bumblebee15

    bumblebee15 Autobot

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    Cool. great paint job!
     
  4. Sparkless

    Sparkless Well-Known Member

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    Just a note, the Sidearm mold actually stands perfectly in Classics BB's backpack by the way. As shown in the photo in my first post
     
  5. javaco

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    i like it! but i think you should swap the head for something else.
    just to make him a little more different from bumblebee than just the color
     
  6. Sparkless

    Sparkless Well-Known Member

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    The thing is in my canon, Tightshot actually is Bumblebee's twin brother. I've actually made a few versions of hm, and plan to make more in the future
     

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  7. BoboHennLily

    BoboHennLily Well-Known Member

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    Great job, especially the paint job.
     
  8. Sparkless

    Sparkless Well-Known Member

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    Thanks! I've painted games workshop models for years, so have had plenty of practice!
     

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