May 12, 2013: Updated photos in gallery
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Development Status: Concept Phase
Concepts & inspiration is explored. Planning, physical modifications and initial paint apps are done. The initial paint apps are very basic to gauge if paint tones should be adjusted.Build Phase:
Physical modifications and paint apps are being completed.Polishing Phase:
Quality checks are to be done and final detailing needs to be executed.CompleteCompleted:
Custom is finished. | Sell Status: TBA (To be determined):
Custom may go on the market. Emails, questions and offers on the custom will usually influence if the custom goes for sale.For SaleFor Sale:
If a link is not posted, the custom will go for sale soon. A date will be posted when the item is expected to go on eBay and a link will be posted when the custom is up for sale.Sold:
Custom has been sold.Not for Sale:
Custom is not currently for sale.Gifted:
Custom was given away as a gift or for charity.
Updated photos in gallery
The *New* lightbox photos from the photos I took over my break have been added below.
I did this custom in November 2010, a year ago from this post. I originally was going to make him match Royal Soundwave's color scheme by having parts of Ravage's armor the same blue. When I started, I quickly decided that was a no go.
I opt'd to go for more of the classic look with small minor gold enhancements to give the figure little bit more contrast and an uber feel! In the movie version, Ravage had these fish fins on both sides of his head. I believe those things took a lot away from the character. It made him seem more like a one eye'd angler fish than the G1 panther he originally was supposed to represent.
With the relation I had between the original ROTF Ravage and the movie "Finding Nemo", I had to do something. I removed the side face fins from the original figure. Even though the figure still has one eye. I feel the end product so far, significantly made him more of a homage to his G1 counter-part than before.
Ravage is currently pending some final details, such as Decepticon logos and some final QA/QC.