Masterpiece MP-32 Optimus Primal Video Reviews

Discussion in 'Transformers Video Reviews' started by Optibotimus, Oct 30, 2016.

  1. Optibotimus

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    Enjoy guys!

     
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    Great review. I wonder what happened to this "new fangled" technology they were supposed to be using to simulate the fur. Looks like its just painted plastic.
     
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    Thanks for the great review!
     
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    Great review. Very informative.

    Can't wait to get mine
     
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    Great Review. Mine should be arriving tomorrow from Kapow Toys. Can't wait.
     
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    Hopefully they will make the rest of the characters.
     
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    Optibotimus forgot to extend the barrels in his wrist blasters in the review.
     
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    There was never any "new fangled technology to simulate fur."

    What there is however is a printed texture to match the TV show's rudimentary fur textures for the beast mode parts, rather than paint. This is, technically, a newer technology (Bandai of Japan uses a similar effect to print on precise features and likenesses for the human figure's faces) but it's not like flocking or anything, and was never suppsoed to be.
     
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    Thank you everyone for watching and kind words. It's greatly appreciated :) 
     
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    good review.

    I love BW..but I just dont seem to have a need to have this one.
     
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    It's a hydrographic transfer. Basically, the fur pattern is printed onto a sheet laid on top of a bin of water, and the figure is dipped into the bin to apply the paint. It's like an advanced tampograph that can wrap around 3D surfaces. It's used a lot to deco auto parts such as rims and wheels.
     
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    I play ice hockey as a goalie and a lot of goalies are getting their masks painted this way. It's faster and cheaper
     
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    Thanks. You stated this 1000% better than Split Lip did.
     
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    This :) 
     
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