Sunday, August 9, 2009

Revenge of the Fallen Voyager Class Megatron

Painted using Model Master enamels.

Revenge of the Fallen Ravage

Painted Using Model Master Enamels

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Fearsome Trio

Here's 3 Movie Deluxe Transformers I painted. I finally got around to painting Brawl, however, Landmine and Wreckage has been painted for quite some time, but just too lazy to take photos. I'll post images of the alt modes soon.

Decepticon Trio

From Transformers


From Transformers

From Transformers


From Transformers


From Transformers

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Alternator Ravage Repaint

Here's a repaint of Alternator Ravage!

Monday, December 15, 2008

Transformers Animated Swoop - Custom Repaint

The latest repaint of Animated Swoop from the Transformers Animated Series, customized to resemble G1 Swoop from the original 1980's TV series. Again, used Testor's Modelmaster's paint.

Overall very pleased the way it turned out. I'm going to try airbrushing the silver next time instead of washing it on, as the silver paint didn't dry as silkly smooth as I was hoping (but it still turned out nice). Sealed it with glossy finish to pop off the metallic colors.

I tried the superglue trick on the ball joints, however, it didn't work at all as the knee joints immediately rubbed off the first time transforming it, sending an hour of paint and glue time down the drain. Turned out to be a relatively minor detail, as the plastic joints under the paint application are blue as well.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Transformers Movie Bumble

Purchased the $10 Deluxe Movie Bumblebee a while back, and needless to say, after watching the movie, I was very disappointed in the paint job, or more accurately, lack of paint Hasbro put on these otherwise great figures. Decided to get rid of the McDonald's Happy Meal toy look and custom painted it to more accurately represent the movie version.

Used Testor's Model Master's Acrylic paint and dry brushed with chrome silver with copper highlights. A few hours later, I was done and finally sealed it up with Kyrlon Matte Acrylic finish. It's become a worthy addition in my display case alongside some of my other customs and G1 Transformers.