Minor/Repaint: TLK: Steel Bane The First Knight

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  1. Toby

    Toby Well-Known Member

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    Steel Bane The First Knight

    "Seglass Ni Tonday"

    TB-Production is proud to present custom hype-realistic fully articulated and transformable action figure, Steel Bane (The First Knight)

    Custom Details

    - Standing at approximately 5-6"
    - Figure is sanded to reduce frictions when transformed as many as possible
    - Figure is texturized as corroded metal to match the Knight look
    - Joints are reinforced for steadier post
    - Realistic mechanic, steel-alike effects
    - Subtle shading and details all over the body
    - Accented with gold and black
    - Matt finish
    - Painted with TB-Production's Extensive Signature Shading (TESS)
    - Only high-quality model grade paints are used to ensure the longevity and vibrancy of the colors over time.
    - Fully-transformable into Dragon/Bot mode



    Custom Transformers: TLK Steel Bane by TB-Production

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    See full sets of pic via Facebook page >Click Here<

    C&C are welcome​
     

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  2. Artork312

    Artork312 The Robo-Chuvak

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    So, guys, are his joints fine now? Cause I'm kinda suspicious about buying Steelboy...
     
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  3. ironscythe

    ironscythe The Critic

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    Just dab some krazyglue on the ball joint, work the leg (or wing) around a bunch to let the glue polymerize into a new layer of plastic, and it tightens up just fine. Did the same thing with Skullsmasher (Mr. Floppylegs himself). Works like a charm as long as you don't stop moving the joint during the drying phase.
     
  4. rattraprules98

    rattraprules98 AKA Chr0nus

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    I'd advise against super glue as it can actually eat away at some plastic. Go the floor polish route.
     
  5. rattraprules98

    rattraprules98 AKA Chr0nus

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    Anyways, this is exactly how I want to paint this bad boy up, make him look like he walked out of Dark Souls. Now if only I had the skills :lol 
     
  6. primalxconvoy

    primalxconvoy グーグル 翻訳は素晴らしいです!

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    Ninja'd!

    I also thought it might make a great "Dark Knight"...

    But not the one we wanted... Just the one we deserve...
     
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  7. shiftypenguin

    shiftypenguin Fancy-Pantsless Dancer

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    Beautiful! The paintwork is relatively understated (I.e. not a lot of busy colors) and it really works for the figure.
     
  8. sideswipe801

    sideswipe801 Well-Known Member

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    I really like what you did to him, the paintjob is really good
     
  9. ironscythe

    ironscythe The Critic

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    I've been tightening Transformers joints for years with super glue, and haven't encountered that at all. I got one of the floppy-knee'd Leader Sixshots and fixed that whole mess with liberal applications of the ol' KraGle.
     
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  10. Shepard Prime

    Shepard Prime Autobot and N7 for life

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    Yeah, I use a hot glue gun. As long as you don't get too crazy with it (a thin layer should do) it works fine. I've tried the Future option for tightening joints but it never works out for me. Or if it does, it eventually fades, requiring me to do it again. With glue, that layer stays and keeps it the way you mean it.

    On topic: This is a killer paint job! Niiiiiice.
     
  11. Toby

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    thanks all mates!
     
  12. big hank

    big hank Resident Slacker-Basher

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    So for the "texturized" parts did you use the cast iron technique with super glue? I think that is the route l will be taking.

    Also at the risk of sounding unappreciative of your great work, for my eye he seems a tad too monochromatic. I can see the shading but for me it's a bit on the subtle side. I know that was your intent and my phone screen may not be the best for viewing. Clearly there is some awesome stuff going on there