Minor/Repaint: Transformers Prime: Starscream, First Edition

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  1. Jbarb78

    Jbarb78 Well-Known Member

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    This guy has been sitting for about 2 months curing, I find I like letting them sit longer these days, helps with durability. A little different this time, base coated with HoK and detailed with Testors enamels and acryls, cleared with Future.

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    Looks very nice! What is HoK by the way?
     
  3. jicco

    jicco TF Customizer

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    great, now you make me regret for not getting this figure, haha. great job!
     
  4. LogicalLuke

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    You get three gold stars for using Future and it's sweet looking.
     
  5. Jbarb78

    Jbarb78 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys!

    House of Kolor paint, Kustom Kolor specifically, I use it for all of my base coats.
     
  6. [Wing_Saber-X]

    [Wing_Saber-X] Fortress Maximus!

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    nice!
     
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    I love it!
     
  8. daelf1980

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    very nice indeed!
     
  9. leobreaker1977

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    Incredible Justin love how clean it is. Did painting all that rubber take for ever to cure? Any tips for that?
     
  10. Jbarb78

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    Thanks guys, and yeah the softer parts were a pain, had to do multiple coats or model master acrylics and leave them alone for a couple days.
     
  11. cheetor71

    cheetor71 Autobot

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    Fantastic job on him Justin. I'm sure the soft plastic was a pain to paint.
     
  12. Jbarb78

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    Thanks Steve, indeed it was.....
     

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