When the first photos of Orion Pax leaked, there was a bit of debate over whether it was actually Pax, or similarly Kup-shaped red and blue G1 character Crosshairs. Now, it's both! Twitter user @gunsight33
has produced this custom of Crosshairs from a Deluxe Pax, adding on a Targetmaster partner from one of the Power Core Combiners
molds. Keep reading to see!
An official Combiner Wars Liokaiser came out as the last of the boxsets for that line last year, but it had a bit of reimagining and was only five members instead of six. And with no Unite Warriors version, a more accurate interpretation seemed unlikely. So one fan by the Twitter handle of @omochasoku02 decided to fill in that gap, and customized a full set, with Breastmaster partners, plus both Leozack and Jallguar who form the torso together, and even Deathcobra, the animation-only single-appearance extra member of the team. This is definitely worth a look, so check out the photos in the gallery below!
So we've talked about Flame Toys' Kuro Kara Kuri Drift figure before.
The company has now announced on their Facebook page that the second entry in the series of super-articulated, LED-lit, non-transforming action figures will be none other than the Decepticon Justice Division's leader Tarn! Keep reading to see the lineart for the figure.
Twitter user @Smokingray7775 has done what RAC had hoped to see done: made a full-on custom Deluxe-sized Brawn out of the Titan Master and Combiner Wars Deluxe Hound! Mounting the Titan Master vehicle as a gun in Vehicle Mode and using a small hole drilled in the torso as a mount for the Titan Master, this is the most complete take on the idea we've seen so far, and requires no permanent changes to the Titan Master itself, retaining full functionality! Keep reading to have a look.
Computron is the second combiner to have dedicated hands and feet - Victorion being the first - but unlike Victorion there's no particularly elegant way to store those hands and feet on the team leader. But you do have some options! We'll take a look at the new parts and what you can do with them after the jump.
A customizer who goes by @yasuu22 on Twitter has posted images of their take on BotCon 2016's Magnaboss figure - and you can definitely say it's an upgrade! Going well above and beyond the mere sticker sheets for the retail versions of Silverbolt, Prowl, and Ironhide, yasuu22 has given each of the three a full Beast Wars makeover! Keep reading to see the mirrored images.
Twitter user KlejpullCustom has debuted his new account with an image of his spectacular custom of Megatron as seen in IDW's More Than Meets The Eye!
The Polish artist boasts that no part of the figure is 3D printed and that it's hand-made and fully accurate to the comic. We've no reason to doubt that claim, and it looks great besides! Keep reading to see for yourself.
Jamie Young of the Facebook page Foamtastic Props has constructed his very own life-sized replica of G1 Ravage! Quite possibly a bit larger than life in fact, Young's Ravage is constructed primarily from foam anti-fatigue mats. Young reports that since the photos used in the article were taken, he's added Ravage's hip rockets and also constructed a Laserbeak! Keep reading to see it all!
Captured Prey is pleased to present, in association with Encline Designs, a third party custom class, with figures produced by Mech Ideas! The class will he held June 27th, 2013 in San Diego, California, in the PG Room of the Best Western Seven Seas. Encline, a well known customizer in the fan community who does excellent work, will be instructing the class. Attendee seats are limited to a maximum of 65. Non-attendee sets are currently sold out, but will be available again if there are attendee seats unclaimed after a while.
FRENZYRUMBLE will be holding an exclusive customization class at Charticon 2013! This class will be for a brand new figure and not a modification of any existing design. FRENZYRUMBLE will provide all the materials needed in order to make this figure and it will be a six hour class split into two three hour sessions throughout the day on Saturday, August 10th. Space is limited, so make sure you sign up at http://www.charticon.com
Megatron was built from parts from Energon Leader Megs, Energon Jetfire, an NFL Robot, Cybertron Prime (shocker!), 1/60 Gundam Exia and Gundam Stroke Freedom, GI Joe Tanks, TFTM Leader Brawl, several Zoids, Iron Man and War Machine figures, styrene, epoxy putty, apoxie putty, epoxy, super glue and some of my blood (damn Decepticons). He stands 18 inches tall and weighs 7 pounds. Read more about Transformers Masterpiece Origins Megatron by autobotx23 now.
Built this one to try and get back into customizing. It's a 1/24 Nissan 280Z re-shelled onto the Alternators Jazz mold. It's intended to scale with the MP-01 size class or the Alternators line. Check out the images for Transformers Custom Masterpiece Smokescreen 1/24 by Wikkid in the gallery below.
The Transformers costume scene will never be the same after Drew Beaumier gets his debut. He has been creating life-size Transformers-inspired costumes known as Drive Suits for many years now with some designs that are more than meets the eye. Incorporating transformable outfits, Drew's costumes can transform and roll out with special motorized “drive boots” that allow the person to ride in the vehicle mode position. Drive Suits have been made for different model cars and motorcycles and are available for order now. See more on the amazing Drive Suits below.
Rack 'n' Ruin were created using a combination of two Gundam MSJ-06II-A Tieren Ground types in 1/144 scale and 3D prints of components I designed. The Paints are ModelMaster. The main green used is Olive Drab with some Dark Green and some Green Zinc Chromate. Rack'n'Ruin are Transformers from G1 who were surgically combined in a desperate attempt to save their lives. Check out more details and images for the Transformers G1 Rack'n'Ruin by Wheeljack-S70.
I used the head of hero Megatron on G2 Dreadwing, and it fit perfectly! They have the same plug and screw system to attach the head... like they were meant for each other. The idea came to me from the IDW comics, that use a Megatron mold that transforms into a flying wing kind of plane. I remembered reading that Hasbro wanted to repaint Dreadwing into Megatron at the end of the G2 line and never did. The rest is history... Check out the images for more details.
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