Minor/Repaint: Transformers Prime Starscream!

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  1. Rodimeister0088

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    The paint looks a little rough in some areas, but otherwise it's pretty show accurate. Good job.:thumbs2: 

    Now if only I can find one in my area.
     
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    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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    Ow you shouldn't have... :rolleyes: ... No serious you shouldn't :drunk 

    J/K indeed rough but first congrats :lol 
     
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    I like the roughness in this case it seems to fit like a bit of weathering nice work.
     
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    Yaujta Broken. TFW2005 Supporter

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    I think the roughness may be in the color seams, as in that some of them have a sloppiness to them.
    The very first picture seems to have the front section looking rough around the color transitions, and on the head close-up the panels seem a bit sloppy.
    Not intending to sound critical, as it is a good shot at a fun figure.
     
  6. Rodimeister0088

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    It's the pictures that make it look that way. The figure is actually smooth as a baby's butt lol.

    ha Thanks.

    I think you are refferring to the different shades of gray, right? I did it as a form of 3d cell shade to imitate the sheen from the show's cgi. Metallics just dont give off the same white-ness that gray does to bring out the accuracy.

    Sloppy? how so? the gray shades fade into each other. I will see if i can take new pics (i could just photoshop like some would do haha jk). Anyways thanks for your input. Maybe its the fades that make you see it sloppy. I will make a note of it to not use different shades on my next Starscream.
     

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