Minor/Repaint: TF5 The Last Knight Barricade

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  1. xaviercal

    xaviercal Customizer/ Store Owner

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    The Decepticon Police is here once more! Barricade based from his appearance from the Last Knight. Starting out as a normal Barricade, I redid all the stock looking flat dark blue color to a lighter metallic blue that deeply brings out both car mode and robot mode. Along with that I kept close to the model rendering of barricade with gun metal robotic pieces I gave him much needed detail that the stock version missed out. minored weathering can be found throughout robot mode. Barricade has been fitted with the original head design and has been painted to follow the color scheme. Additional Decals were added showcasing police logo and car number as well as touches of Autobot engeron found on his knuckles and nightstick.

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  2. Stormvapor

    Stormvapor Well-Known Member

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    masterful skills yet again :) 
     
  3. ssg4life

    ssg4life Well-Known Member

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    i really wish they had used a head closer to the one you've used for tlk
     
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  4. bruteslayer101

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    I love the little added touch of Energon splattered on the nightstick. Great work!
     
  5. primalxconvoy

    primalxconvoy グーグル 翻訳は素晴らしいです!

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    Amazing, although personally, I prefer the stock head.
     
  6. phantro

    phantro Well-Known Member

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    Very nice!
     
  7. deliciouspeter

    deliciouspeter Back in Black TFW2005 Supporter

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    Stunning. The blue brings out so much in the figure. Beautiful job as always.
     
  8. ErechOveraker

    ErechOveraker I'm with Plowking.

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    Rad work, as usual bro!
     
  9. shiftypenguin

    shiftypenguin Fancy-Pantsless Dancer

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    Wow! Absolutely stunning work!
     
  10. gbm

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    Looks great.

    Odd question however....do the back of the thighs scrape and chip when you transform it?

    I tried to paint up my figure and found that I couldn't get the proper clearance when transforming it, and the back of the thighs kept scraping off paint when the arms folded into it.
     
  11. vidmouse

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    Love the blue. Makes it a lot easier to see the mold details
     
  12. iuJacob

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    Amazing.

    What's your process for doing your customs? Saw your Nitro Zeus thread as well.

    Priming?
    Airbrush?
    Dry brushing?
    Do you mask off the areas or are you just very good with the brush?

    Thank you
     
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