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BIONICLE - Custom Colours
It's only black & white and they were sprayed.
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 I like it 
  June 12, 2012
Well done.
 I made it 
  June 12, 2012
Quoting Toa Infernum Nice! I love how shiny those black pieces are! I'm fine with painted pieces, especially masks, but I probably won't paint any pieces any time soon. I lack experience. I might try it on a Brutacka mask though, I have like five (I got them from the system bionicle sets). I love that white Olmak (Brutaka's mask)! :D
Thanx. Polar Brutaka coming soon ;)
 I like it 
  June 11, 2012
Its cool to build purist, but painting pieces gives a new "spin" to building...Go for it!
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  June 11, 2012
now i'm tempted to make some custom parts!
 I made it 
  June 11, 2012
Quoting Legofreak2444 ~ Nice paint jobs, though unpurist. >_<
Purist can kiss my ass, they stifle creativity!
  June 11, 2012
Nice paint jobs, though unpurist. >_<
 I like it 
  June 11, 2012
Nice! I love how shiny those black pieces are! I'm fine with painted pieces, especially masks, but I probably won't paint any pieces any time soon. I lack experience. I might try it on a Brutacka mask though, I have like five (I got them from the system bionicle sets). I love that white Olmak (Brutaka's mask)! :D
  June 11, 2012
I agree for the most part, but there are undeniably a few parts that come in really bad colors but are really usefull, for instance the bright red hf ball joints. They come in black but are very hard to get like that now. perhaps impossible.
  June 11, 2012
The painting you did was of good quality, I give you that. But honestly, I think that a moccists should try to overcome challenges like this without changing the piece's original shape. Instead, it should be emphasized to user other pieces that suit these needs better.
  June 11, 2012
Great color matching! Although non-purist bits don't get a smiley, good job.
 I like it 
  June 11, 2012
Well as you'll see from me in the near future, I'm commissioning a good friend of mine who's an extremely good figurine painter to paint some masks, but that's as far as I'll go. But yeah, I respect your decision to paint some parts, since you tend to stick to a certain color scheme.
 I made it 
  June 11, 2012
Quoting Gale Winthrope They are pretty cool, but I still shutter at the thought of coloring pieces... *shivers*
I thinks it's ok if it gets good results. I mean, the 2 Takadox heads are the glowy blue colour and it's nice but it's so few that their great design is hindered by their colour. The Bohrok-Kal carpaces are restricted by the individual, specific designs on them and the Rahkshi parts are all old colours htat are too bright to work with newer colour sets like that of the Toa Metru. If it works for your better then go ahead but I do reccomend spray as it makes it even and without marks then :)
 I like it 
  June 11, 2012
The look pretty nice, and on most of the parts the spraying was done very great, you don't see it mostly on the Strakk helmet. I just build with the normal colored pieces (due to that customized parts aren't allowed in contests), but I'm excited how your MoCs will look with these parts!
 I like it 
  June 11, 2012
They are pretty cool, but I still shutter at the thought of coloring pieces... *shivers*
 
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