Heavy/Scratch: WFC Ultra Magnus impressed by sentinelsupreme

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  1. ThinkTank Customs

    ThinkTank Customs TFW2005-Citizen

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    At first:

    This is impressed by this awesome work of sentinelsupreme:

    http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/radicons-customs/315547-wfc-ultra-magnus-v2.html

    I used Spray-Coloured which I painted per hand on this guy.

    Far away from good, cause after I finished him with clear coat the coloures got translucent, don't know why, waited more than 24 hours with panting the clearcoat.

    but for me the guy is good enough. i hope you like it too, if not: please don't be to hard with me, my skills aren't good enough for clean paintjobs....

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  2. warriorpriest

    warriorpriest Priest of Primus

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    how many bumblebee guns did it take to build that weapon???

    not too bad bud, could use some clean up but i love the colorscheme and the head.
     
  3. ThinkTank Customs

    ThinkTank Customs TFW2005-Citizen

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    The hammer is Made of 2 BB-Weapons, i took them for 2 KO-BB-Guns from KO-Toys
     
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    GENOZAUR Banned

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    God dang man hes gonna go all warhammer on us
     
  5. Nightwind

    Nightwind Aka Dusty Bottoms.

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    First off, the color scheme and the war hammer are absolutely awesome! I really like the concept here.

    I think if you took a little more time then you could get the paint work to be cleaner. When I work on a custom (which isn't very often, admittedly) the biggest issue I have is wanting to see the end product so badly that I sometimes rush things. This leads to mistakes and somewhat sloppy work. Try a little patience and you'll take your customs to the next step! You've already got the vision, just take your time to execute it well! :thumb 
     
  6. ebay

    ebay Well-Known Member

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    very nice especially the war hammer.
    white paint tends to dilute if sprayed with clear or candy/sparkling colours.
    maybe have to let it cure under the hot sun for a couple of days before applying clear coat?
     
  7. ThinkTank Customs

    ThinkTank Customs TFW2005-Citizen

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    yeah, i think about it, but this guy is really hard to paint, so i dont know if i could clean him up correctly.....

    and yes, i'm a very fast painter, cause i never want to wait for a cool custom ;) 

    mostly it works for me, but with this method i'll never get a similar quality like the masters here: encline, F_R, autobotx23, etc... pp.

    so i'll think about it.

    niow i must see how i could built the axe-thing of megatron....
     
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    that is quite good
     

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