Heavy/Scratch: Transformers Prime Slipstream

Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by paul053, Nov 16, 2012.

  1. paul053

    paul053 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for looking and enjoy the pictures.

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    Before lip applied.
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    After lip applied.
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  2. deliciouspeter

    deliciouspeter Back in Black TFW2005 Supporter

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    Excellent!
     
  3. BLOODRAGED189

    BLOODRAGED189 In it for the engineering

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    Awesome!
     
  4. SG hailstorm

    SG hailstorm JaAm aficionado

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    Awesome! I love the bigger wings
     
  5. cheetor71

    cheetor71 Autobot

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    Looks pretty cool. Who's head is that?
     
  6. AutobotMR2

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    Looks like the original head, just modified a little
     
  7. Stygian360

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    Okay... that works just fine. Lipstick on Tformers is always a delicate thing because technically they shouldn't have any on- being robots and all- and I don't recall a precedent from the cartoon- but this just works. Awesome job!
     
  8. Bountyan

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    The lipstick was a good choice. Without the lipstick I thought it was a male character for a second. I still think the mold is masculine, but it helps. I like this more than the TFCC one.
     
  9. paul053

    paul053 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all the comments.

    From the original. Quite a few modifications went in to it, which includes removing the long chin, add pointy ears, add a nose, cut forehead aerial and put a cap to cover the hole. I kind of use WFC design as my base design. Then the neck, wings, toes, here and there.
     
  10. kaijuguy19

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    I'm loving the head for Slipstream. :)  I wish the head for the TFCC looked more like this.

    And are Arcee and Slipstream off to see the Wizard of Oz? :lol 
     
  11. Wars

    Wars I ate the WHOLE plate

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    That works brilliantly. Love it.
     
  12. iconbot

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    Are you serious? I think this mold is the most feminine mold I have seen. Ladyboy Starscream.

    Excellent work!
     
  13. OmarJT82

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    You plan on doing the same thing to Prime Starscream's RiD Voyager class mold?
     
  14. LegoTFGuy

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    Nice! Love the wing extensions.

    Dare I say I like this more than the actual thing?

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    Yup. :D 
     
  15. Bountyan

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    Yes.

    The only thing on that mold that looks feminine about it to me are the heels. But everything else still just looks like a skinny dude. If it had wider hips and smaller shoulders then I'd agree it's feminine.
     
  16. TM2 Dinobot

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    Your head is definitely better than mine. Man, people are right. I need to stop using craft paints.
     
  17. rattraprules98

    rattraprules98 AKA Chr0nus

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    Holy crap, I love it. The only thing that would have made it better is if you could have found a way to make her butterfly wings from the WFC artwork. Also, where is that gun on her arm from?
     
  18. paul053

    paul053 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for all the comments.

    :lol  This works better. I was originally thinking about them doing the Rockettes style eye-high kick dance.:tongue: 

    Not quite yet. I haven't even picked it up.:eek: 
     
  19. paul053

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    Yeah, that would be even better. The gun on her right arm are from my old Gundam models junk pile. Not even sure from which. F-91 Custom, maybe? The left arm missile is a left over piece from a never-fully-finished-and-then-broken WWII aircraft.