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TJ Wilferd
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
United States
Current Residence: Memphis TN
Favourite genre of music: METAL
Favourite style of art: CG, fantasy, and comic style
Operating System: Windows7
MP3 player of choice: Soundwave music label MP3 player and my computer.
Shell of choice: turtle
Wallpaper of choice: changes weekly
Skin of choice: My own flesh is okay
Favourite cartoon character: Starscream
Personal Quote: I had life all figured out for a minute, but then I forgot what I was thinking.
Slow time of the year for me was a little later than usual, since its usually around mid to end July, but its is here! Usually just a couple of commissions on my table at a time from now till some time in Sept or Oct, so with Age of Extinction, Ninja Turtles, and these great new Marvel movies out, I figured I should toss out some specials and prices!
If you want to send me a figure, or a bunch of figures to be painted, modified, whatever you need done, prices will be a little lower than what they already are normally.
Feel free to email me at if you want to discuss any ideas, or just post in this thread for basic inquiries.
Shipping in USA is free.

AoE Deluxe Dinobots worn metal look with any color eyes and minor details added-$50  For Voyager Grimlock-$60
Add screen accurate color, rust and dirt for $6 more each.
Whole set of first 5 Dinobots (Grimlock, Scorn, Slug, Strafe, Slash) "the works" screen accurate repainted with head mod on Scorn and knee mod on Slash-$270

AoE Deluxe Drift repainted- $65
Voyager Galvatron cab snap on/off mod and repaint robot plus truck details-$75
Deluxe Lockdown scars added and full black with details repaint-$38

Any new TMNT figure repainted fully for $50
  • Mood: Neutral
  • Listening to: METAL
  • Reading: Comics
  • Watching: Nothing...
  • Playing: with my new Citizen Stack
  • Eating: consumables
  • Drinking: Sweet tea

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destrakon Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014
will you be getting that new lockdown?
Unicron9 Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Aoe deluxe? Yeah, but it will take a lot of work to make him not stupid looking.
destrakon Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
however im not sure if i should make the third one into rodimus or armada wheeljack
destrakon Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014
im thinking about getting 4 of them so i can make a movie G2 sideswipe and then the purple dragon aventador
Kurenai-Misuzu Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014
Love your recent work on the Age of Extinction line!!!! The paintjobs on them are simply spectacular, with Galvatron being my favourite thus far!!!

By the way, do you have any advice on or recommended brands of paint for painting soft plastics like AOE Strafe's tail/Scorn's spine+Tail?
I've painted it over with Tamiya 'For Plastics' Spray as a basecoat, but unfortunately, it turned the plastic rather sticky and the paint doesn't adhere to it very well(It comes off when I touch it)
Unicron9 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Unfortunately the parts you painted with Krylon fusion will never dry, and in fact it will likely break down the rubber over time, turning it into a gooey mess. Removing it all is very difficult too so those guys might be trash now. You have to use acrylics. I suggest a base coat of those cheap tube water acrylics they sell at wal-mart in the craft section. They arent as strong as enamels, but with a coat of vallejo varnish clear brushed over them, it is sturdy enough.
Kurenai-Misuzu Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
Darn.I see..........I'll switch to those water-based acrylics now. I don't understand why some forums mentioned Tamiya's "for-plastics" spray is safe for use on the soft plastics, when it clearly isn't!!!

Oh well, live and learn!

Thanks for the advice!! :)
Unicron9 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Well it is, but not on rubber. Its more for use on things like McFarlane figures or transformer weapons made from the softer more flexible plastic. Even then though some colors, like gunmetal, can end up not drying right.
Safest bet I know of is the cheap tube acrylics.
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GeoffRox24 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You haz earned new watch
Marshi-s-Cookies Featured By Owner May 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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