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Old 17th July 2018, 09:31 PM
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Starscream needs his wingmen!
Repaints of Starscream, with the clown feet removed and replaced with G1 feet with Skywarp and universe seeker feet for Thundercracker. These were too small to fit the POTP stickers so Thundercracker has to go without (if anyone has spare G1 seeker feet, send me a PM!)
I also removed the forearm guards from all three Seekers and painted Skywarp's and Thundercracker's guns.
Oh and I painted Starscream's cockpit.
I don't like the gestalt torso mode so haven't worried about it for the wingmen.








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Some work in progress shots...

Official torso mode with the arm guards removed. This way the robot fists are visible:


Torso mode but with the arms/gestalt legs rotated. Hands aren't as visible, but there is a gap in the thigh and I'm not sure what it does for the gestalt knee bend.


Torso mode with the wing stickers removed:
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Old 18th July 2018, 08:54 AM
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Neat. Thanks for the all the combiner options when taking those arm guards off. The feet are still an amazing change.
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Old 18th July 2018, 09:25 AM
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Have you thought about chopping and combining a Starscream and Elita 1 into a Slipstream? Probably keep the Seeker chest and change the limbs.
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I love what you've done, but surely these will earn the record for quickest customs made available at retail by Hasbro
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Old 21st July 2018, 10:44 AM
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Have you thought about chopping and combining a Starscream and Elita 1 into a Slipstream? Probably keep the Seeker chest and change the limbs.
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Thanks for the suggestion.
Yeah I have but the cost involved is a bit much for me at the moment. Currently I'm happy with my TR deluxe version of Slipstream (it's on the boards here somewhere).
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Like how you used a darker rather than lighter purple for Skywarp.
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Old 31st July 2018, 08:43 PM
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Like how you used a darker rather than lighter purple for Skywarp.
Thanks... funnily enough that's the lightest purple I had!

Felt something was missing, so I painted their codpieces

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