A Twitter user by the name of Suguring has posted an image of a custom Dinobot figure to Twitter! Made from the Generations Voyager-class Springer mold, the figure seems to sport a Henkei Dinobot head - which going by current aftermarket prices makes it a pretty expensive custom! The shield is borrowed from the Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Deluxe Ratchet Figure. Keep reading to have a closer look!
Modified Ninja on Facebook has posted numerous photos of a custom project to turn the Combiner Wars Wheeljack - already virtually a blank canvas - in to Exhaust, the character built around the Diaclone 'Marlboro' Wheeljack deco that caused so much legal trouble as a Masterpiece.
While this would fare no better as a retail product, we think it's a good show of more innovative character choices that could have been - and perhaps held off mold fatigue a bit longer. Click through to see some mirrored photos and a link back to the full original Facebook album!
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.
Twitter user Herakuwa has posted images of a really impressive Combiner Wars custom Raiden! Using Hot Spot as the torso and the Blades/Alpha Bravo mold for the limbs, Herakuwa has also incorporated Million Publishing Shouki as the sixth member of the team.This dedication becomes perhaps even more impressive when you consider that none of the Combiner Wars figures are even available in Japan yet, meaning that all of the components except Shouki had to be imported. Keep reading to see!
I took the Generations Roadbuster figure and added a 3D printed head, the rifle from a 1/60 Gundam Wing Zero figure and cobbled together his mini-gun from my junk bin and viola! The old guy looks good! Thanks for looking. Also up on eBay.
TFormers Forums user Gikpa
has done a slick photoshoot showing off a creative use or three for Powerglide on his custom Ultra Prime! In addition to making a pretty dynamic chest plate for Voyager Optimus Prime, he makes a pretty good missile rack on each shoulder and bulks up the torso even more. Later in the spread a couple of Blackjacks and some custom jointed hands get thrown into the mix as well - keep reading for the photos!
Wheeljack enters the fray of post-apocalyptic Transformers with his deadly toolset and weaponry. He was created from a DOTM Topspin mold, Generations Wheeljack head/lower arms, and various fodder parts. He has a Gatling gun, chainsaw rifle, tendril saw, and wheel cutter that can be attached to him in robot mode or alt mode. Drift's twin swords were modded so Wheeljack would have something to slice and dice with should his tools not be enough to take down some Decepticon baddies. One rust-weathered-sponge paint job later, Wheeljack was ready to roll!
Tformers is featuring Transformers customs figures by members of our community. Featured here is the Generations Galvatron by member Reluttr who describes his custom as follows: "I have been working on this guy for quite a while, I actually started dreaming up this custom shortly after his wave first appeared in my area. When Choosing the deco and style design of the figure, I based it on a few of my favorite incarnations of Galvatron." Check out the Generations Galvatron custom figure by Reluttr
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