I have commission many devastators but this is special because it will be my last custom devastator.It's been a long journey working and creating custom all these years. I still remember vividly how I did my first devastator and although it wasn't the best but it was being accepted by most of the TF Fans out there. There weren't any 3rd party stuff at that time, creativity were wild and fresh.3rd party Prints were everywhere now.Collecting unique TF pieces has gone from custom to 3rd party prints.It seems that SUPPLY is more than DEMAND. What I'm trying to do is to create something call art piece not toys which any great 3rd party prints can replace.I HAVE STOP TAKING IN COMMISSION. Doesn't mean I will stop custom work. Still I will create custom within my specs and interest.
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Hi all, it's been a long time since my last custom. Today I'm going to introduce my new project AOE Optimus Prime. It started last year Dec when I got my DMK kit. Straight away I quickly assemble and using all the paint techniques that I have mastered over the years to create this work of art. I took my time from pre to complete because I believe good work shouldn't be rushed. Nowadays I have stop taking in commission but I will still fulfil some of the collectors dream to own this figure. SO SEAT BACK AND ENJOY!
I've been meaning to post this guy here for a while. Still on my Gobot kick even with those 3rd party ones coming out.
This guy was made from a First Strike Optimus with a little grinding and mis-transformation.
With the new NECA Alien Queen on the market, I finally got around to doing something that I've always wanted to do- add more articulation to my McFarlane Toys Alien Queen and give her a better base. I was inspired by the NECA figure when it came to the base. Her new base is just a square of plywood that I sanded and painted. The grill texture is a needlepoint mat that I got at teh craft store. Adding a post under the chest solved one of the McF Queen's biggest issues- instability. The support under her center of gravity really solves that. No more shelf-diving for her.