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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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Human Alliance Sideswipe re-do by mangrasshopper Human Alliance Sideswipe re-do by mangrasshopper
Here is a "Human Alliance" Sidewipe toy that i repainted. I also added rear shock springs and movie accurate wrist blades.
He stands just under 9" tall.
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phantro Feb 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
amazing work, Truly inspiring
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phantro Feb 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Amazing work, I am truly inspired by this
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:iconedwardeagle14:
Does someone have The Dino Ferarri of the Transfomers? My son of 8 knows everythings n is the fan of the transformers.... So I decide to transform his room with all Both sid by side on his roomwall..with a height of 2 meter. So I would like to get my hands on The Dino..... pls help me someone!

Kind Regard

EdwardEagle
for my son
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mangrasshopper Oct 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
no dino toys was made.....sad but true.
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:iconedwardeagle14:
I am not looking for the toy. hahaha, but for e design on hich resolution..Autobots..... so I can photoshop it into the others Autobots n print it for a wall of 360 meter x 250 meter high.... for my son room..... he love the Transformers, but me too.. thks n if you cn know more about.... pls help mi find it ok? Many thks n kind regards

EdwardEagle
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:iconbellamy94:
CLEAR A PATH!
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WXYZell Jul 9, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Would you sell it?
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mangrasshopper Jul 10, 2011  Professional General Artist
I sold teh first one i did, i have a 2nd one that is for sale. look on my site. modelzone.com
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jbvirus Sep 5, 2009  Student Traditional Artist
Any tips on how you painted yours, oh and how did make the rear shock springs and the better looking swords?
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mangrasshopper Sep 5, 2009  Professional General Artist
Sure, all the robot parts were hand brushed with Testors enamel paints, Chrome, Silver, Brass, Copper. THen the entire figure was given a "wash" of thinned black paint...which was applied and the excess wiped away with a soft cloth....leaving it in the cracks and panel lines. Future floor polish was then sprayed over all of the work to protect it when transforming. The rear shock springs are springs from a large Pilot pen.
The wrist blades were drawn out on paper and then traced over some plastic sheet styrene.....simply cut them out, trim, and sand. They attach with a metal pin right into the rubber blades of the toy.

hope this helps....grab this figure...its awesome!! Cant wait for HA Skids!!

Joe
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