:shrug: I literally just used a scoop of the powder.
Not at all, not that I could find. I mean, it's essentially just a laundry additive. Pull your figures out, rinse them off, let them air dry, and...
Give it a shot, then. At worst, you're out a few bucks on the OxyClean, but I'm pretty sure it'll work for you.
Oh that is sweet.
Well, if it's just acrylic, you might wanna try OxyClean before using anything more drastic.
Just toss the powder in a bucket, fill the bucket...
Cannot wait to see the final version. Everything meshes so well now.
Is anyone else feeling, like, just a whole line of these now?
Mallardtron, Quacktimus Prime, Pondscream...
Who needs the $600 Siege Unicron when you have talent like that!?
Amazing idea, and you executed it like a boss. That paint finish! I'm in awe of the "shell" effect with the dark green linework. That looks like...
That's amazing. And I'm quite tickled, having just read that volume of MTME for the firs time today.
Oh, that's brilliant.
Fantastic idea, really looking forward to seeing how this turns out!
Love the colors, such a great combo. It just looks so good on that mold.
Can I ask: what did you use on the rims? Doesn't look like brushed on...
I got a Dropkick specifically to turn it into a Generations Cybertron Downshift. Somehow (still trying to figure out the how).
That's one of the things I appreciated about the Tamiya TS sprays. Very small cans. Easy to handle, and they dry pretty smooth. Hard to mess up....
It's so teeny. How the heck did you pull that off?
My fat fingers can barely pose a micromaster, much less take it apart.
Thanks, my dude. Maybe it's competent but not extremely creative? Like it's pretty obvious. Or I'm relatively new and tend to lurk? Regardless,...
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I've been working on this custom, on and off, for months. Tweaking this, redoing that, never quite...
My god. That is beautiful.
That paint, those colors. I really can't gush about it enough.
Amazing overall, but, man, it's those *spot on* 3D printed heads that really sell it.
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