Heavy/Scratch: WIP Mixmaster

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  1. Sioce

    Sioce Radicon in training

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    My take on Mixmaster.
    All transformation. Nothing will detach or be off the figure in any mode.
    I still need to do a lot of sanding/filling/detailing.
    I've been trying to get the transformation figured out so I don't have to mess with pulling pieces off.
    Let me know what you think.
    I have not painted or puttied anything. just epoxy and TF parts.
     

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  2. ALPHAMAGNUS

    ALPHAMAGNUS Sector70: Reformatting... Veteran

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    very nice, I have that same cement mixer for my 2nd Devs. I really need to get working on that
     
  3. Solrac333

    Solrac333 G1 got it right!

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    Nice!
     
  4. hXcpunk23

    hXcpunk23 The Chaos Bringer

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    Very nice, man! I have the same tools which to do a Mixmaster from (been planning a Classics styled Devastator since Ptitvite first posted his up long ago). I really like that this has no parts-forming (though that stuff really doesn't bother me). It's just cool to see someone figure out another way to do one so nicely. I may have to hit you up for a few tips on this when I actually get to work on mine (whenever that may be). lol

    Looking forward to seeing more, bro.
     
  5. Sioce

    Sioce Radicon in training

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    Thanks for the positive imput.
    This guy has been a serious pita to get everything to work and look semi-decent in vehicle mode. I have some new ideas that I will be implementing when some more parts get here.
    When this guy is all said and done, I'm going to post a ton of pics...cause some of the connections and modifications have to be seen to be appreciated.
     
  6. newguy

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    Dude it looks just awesome.
     
  7. ironarm

    ironarm SHALL RETURN IN NOVEMBER

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    awesome
     
  8. Sioce

    Sioce Radicon in training

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    Does anyone know which styrene rods and tubes fit together to peg some parts together?
    The hobby store I'm close to has a very limited supply.
     
  9. spoonman

    spoonman Kitbasher extrordinaire!

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    That certainly doesn't look easy. Good luck and kudos thus far!
     
  10. rattraprules98

    rattraprules98 AKA Chr0nus

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    Nice nice very nice:d
     

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