Heavy/Scratch: Yet Another ROTF Leader Megatron...

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by SktchRtst, Mar 12, 2010.

  1. SktchRtst

    SktchRtst Active Member

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    Its been a while since I posted anything, but just finished my take on Megatron and thought I'd show it to all...

    Gave him an elbow on his cannon arm as well as enabled the murder arm to be tranformable.
    Added an upper arm to his gimp arm and bulked it up a bit.
    Mostly dry brushed with silver and gold, as well as copper and some rust here and there. Also added some textured dirt to his trends with superglue and saw dust.
    I'm still not incredibly thrilled with this mold, but I like the way it turned out.
    Thanks for looking; any and all comments welcome.
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  2. wylungz

    wylungz Well-Known Member

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    woooot!! never too many megatrons!
     
  3. jetfire4321

    jetfire4321 Banned

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    what he said and you should bulk up the small arm at the bottom
     
  4. Janeails22x

    Janeails22x Collector & Customizer

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    Love the Sawdust on the treads technique! looks good!
     
  5. fakebusker83

    fakebusker83 Radicon

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    I agree! :) 

    I especially liked the effort put into sculpting the upper left arm. It's so natural that I didn't even notice on the first look through.

    I just felt uncomfortable with the roundish part of the lower right arm though. Felt abit out of place in contrast with the other sharper areas, but the hinges looks pretty well engineered.
     
  6. AMG

    AMG Old School

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    He looks great, nice modifications and paint work. :thumbs2: 
     
  7. netkid

    netkid Where's my Goddamn shoe!

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    Such a simple fix. Why hasn't Hasbro done this yet?

    Nice custom btw.
     

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