Quick update this time. We've been really excited about this release, so we couldn't wait for a big update. Check out the new conversion set to turn Nemesis Prime into Trailbreaker. Read More
We have some updates on many great new products up at Reprolabels.com. These guys have been busy with new sets for Alternators Prowl-to-Red Alert, Alternators Rollbar-to-Tantrum, cool new Femmebots stickers and STF Evil Optimus! Read More
Like us you probably said "WTF" when you saw the Alternators Wheeljack paint scheme. The good news is the folks at Reprolabels
have done something to fix it. Now you can redeco your Alt or BT Wheeljack to look more like his Generation 1 namesake with their newest labels set. Check out the pics and more details here
Toymaker from Praxus has posted some pics from two new sets for Reprolabels
. This time get a load of Tracks and Red Meister / Stepper / Zoom Zoom. Toymaker wants to know what the fans think. He's posted a poll for people to vote which is thier favorite. Check out the poll, post and pics on TFans.com while Praxus is moving their server here
Toymaker of Praxus.ca
has posted his first preview of the upcoming Alternator Ravage custom sticker set to be produced by Reprolabels.com
. The preview, seen here
gives just a taste of what is to come.
Kitbasher Viagra Prime has unveiled one nice peice of work. So many Alternator kitbashes are G1 inspired, and rightly so, being that it is primarly a G1-inspired line, while both companies have been very gradual with their homage updates and introductions. In the meantime, this kitbasher has done something totally different. Taking his fan character "Eforce" which was originally a RID Sideburn remold, he created the Alternators version. It looks like a pretty amazing and original piece of art, and It is mine and Tformers' first Kitbash of the Week entry. I invite everyone to check out the link here
and feel free to comment!
I finished my version of a Alternator Bumblebee. Seems to be the right scale and I think it represents him very well. Check him out here at Robot Toy Customs