Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by Sephthestoryteller, May 15, 2018.
This guy still looks nice Broadside . yes it is me and welcome to tfw2005.
Yes. Salutations, Sephthestoryteller. I am new as well. I hope that all of your projects end as beautifully as this one if not better. May all of your endeavors be fruitful.
Hey, what's up? Nice to see a familiar face. I have some new stuff I'm cooking up and I figured a change of scenery couldn't hurt. There are a lot of good customs here. This site is awesome.
Thank you. Welcome and Good luck to you too!
I know right. I mean you can upload multiple files at once without 3d party image hosting. I soon will be a Radicon aswell, and I've got a bunch of stuff in the works too (I would have started posting them already, but some real life stuff got in the way).
Oh, and by the way nice avatar
That looks pretty cool. Welcome to the boards.
Representing more dye work
where did you guys come from?
Welcome to the boards! Nice to have another New Yorker here too! This looks awesome! Very striking!
I used to post digibashes and customs as Broadside27 on another Transformers website starting with an S. I would write the name but it keeps getting flagged as spam when I try to post it.
Thank you kindly! We New Yorkers have to stick together lol!
About 90% of my work is dyed. It's cleaner and it looks nicer in my opinion. I'll be posting more stuff soon. Thank you!
Thank you. It's good to be here!
Looks great...welcome to the boards...
The website he was talking about( that we both came from) is seibertron.com (also a Tf fansite).
Hey Sephthestoryteller just wanted to let you know that...
1. Here you can't add a link until you have 10 or more posts(to prevent spam) .
2. If you use your cell phone or tablet on here you have to turn it sideways to see signatures ( It's that way for both of mine, maybe you won't have to ).
Nice work, this mold really works for him. What brand did you use to dye the parts?
Welcome to the TFW, I look forward to more of your works.
Ah, I see
Welcome to the TFW, I look forward to more of your works.[/QUOTE]
I used RIT dye. You just have to pay attention to what components are made of soft and hard plastics. Soft plastics eat up dye quickly.
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