Minor/Repaint: Transformers the Movie: Bonecrusher

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  1. Sabrina_Ng

    Sabrina_Ng La Femme Fatale

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    Dearest Radicons!

    Recentlydid a repaint of Bonecrusher. It's kinda tedious actually trying to make him retain the movie accurate look while adding details on him as I didn't want Bonecrusher looking like some glitzy Decepticon gone wild :tongue: 

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    looks cool. I recommend some flat clear coat on him. This type of TF is a heavy utility vehicle,there should be nothing shiny about him. Try testor's dull coat, works the best for me.
     
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    Dope!!! Silly me. I used gloss coat on him. Hahah. Hmm. Will look around for dull coat and test spray on him.
     
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    looks really good so far. Have you thought about a very light drybrush with maybe a silver metallic to show a bit of that construction paint wear look? Maybe a bit of rust as well. Looks promising.
     
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    it looks nice, and will be even better after you dull-coat it :) 
     
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    Agree, wheels are too shiny to put up that heavy utility vehicle look.
     
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    ...maybe if the wheels were drybrushed with a dark (flat) grey, then drybrushed again with some tan or brown (for a dirty/muddy look)

    Then you could hit the lower sides of the vehicle (in alt mode) in a dark grey drybrush (for road grime/ brake dust) and the top with a sheer white (for oxidized paint w/o clearcoat).

    There's also the minuscule parts of his face that had a dark metal finish to them (Jin got that part pretty close), but I'd like to see this guy have a little grime on his face too (since we never really got a good look at his face until he rammed the bus) he should look like he's been in an explosion to convey his ferocity...

    I'd say go ahead & drybrush some dark silver on the high points of his bot form, then go over those with some road grime drybrushing again to make him look kinda scuffed, and this bad boy'd be awesome...
     
  8. anovasinn

    anovasinn THE PAINTS MUST FLOW!!!

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    dull coat aside your work is awesome . :thumb 
     
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    Great job.

    It looks like what I'd imagine Premium Bonecrusher to look like if Hasbro had planned to release one.
     

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