Zahru II wrote:The only modifications those need require gasoline and a lighter hueueueueue
Gungnir wrote:Zahru II wrote:The only modifications those need require gasoline and a lighter hueueueueue
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piltogg wrote:If you paint over the studs the paint will wear off if you attach anything to it, and also the attachment will be too tight because of the thickness of the paint. So don't paint over the whole thing unless you are sure it is in a configuration you want to keep it in permanantly. The patches with no studs can be painted any way you'd like; no issues. You could add stickers there for a pretty easy fix-up that would also look decent.
Replacing the studs sounds like it would be more work than it's worth. I'd just work on adding in a few more details either with lego parts or with some other plastic or metal bits you've got lying around, as it looks pretty large and bland curently. if it was me doing it, I'd try to attach some side guns and make it like a predator tank from W40K.
All in all though, modding stuff doesn't usually look good unless you plan on modding All of your stuff the same way. Lego is blocky and unrealitic, and things you paint have a tendency to stand out liek a sore thumb.
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Overwatch_Elite wrote:You could just do the easiest thing and spray paint a base color, put some tape over and spray a different color, and then repeat in different ways until you get a decent pattern
it won't look like realistic camo unless you manipulate the tape really well, but being too realistic would make it not lego like at all
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