Robot Transformer (not transformed)

Leighbo

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Just catching up on this build and its AWESOME!!!

Great idea and amazing execution

Top work!
 

Glorfindel

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Dang that thing looks like it's got rickets. I can't wait to see what a wash will do to that tin man.
 

collin26

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It looks like you have this WWAAAYYYY under control, but can I suggest painting the the machanical "guts" parts and mechanical joints in a very dark grey -or- black?
This simple step will provide all of the shadow you will need in all of those millions of little nooks. Black or grey will also provide a strong foundation for any metal colors used for the "guts".
Just an idea, it will also save you many headaches when you apply washes to all of the many nooks in the mechanical areas.
 

DavionAlex

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Thank you all for your comments! Very nice.
My camera was not working until it repaired ,I painted. The basis has been chosen from the German yellow-olive, faded in the sun. Added to the wire in the head robot. the rest can be seen from the photographs.


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ModelMakerMike

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W O W !!!!!!!!
That is really super kewl!!!!
I love the fact that he is a cyclops!!!!
Excellent wokr, and the painting is amazing! :eek: :eek:
 

schweinhund227

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My Hat to you ! for pulling this off !!! Not an easy task !

You make it look easy !

I only wish I could do that with one of my Bronco 6X6 kits... That would look Awesome !

Take care and keep brewing up some cool contraptions.... We'll be watching you with interest !

That's for sure !


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