BMOG's Trent Troop Reaches 100 Face Milestone In Replacement Titan Master Faceplate Project
BMOG has posted a press release to celebrate their own Trent Troop hitting a singular milestone: in the few months since Titans Return hit stores, Trent has designed one hundred
replacement faceplates for Titan Masters! With inspiration from across the Transformers brand to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Masters of the Universe and even the Sogmaster from Cap'n Crunch, there's a wealth of new head options for your Titans Returns bots that will set you back as little as $5 each on Shapeways. Keep reading for the press release and a link to Trent's store!
The creators of BMOG announced the release of their 100th Replacement Titans Return face, Unicron, through the Shapeways 3d printing service today. Each of these easy-to-use modification kits consists of a 3d printed face (in your choice of material and color) that can be swapped out with the removal of a single screw, allowing you to quickly and easily create new custom Transformers. The first 100 faces in this ongoing project include characters from across the more than 30 year history of the Transformers franchise in addition to new characters and crossover/mashup characters from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Masters of the Universe, G.I.Joe and even things like Cap’n Crunch!
Each face is available in a number of materials, ranging from inexpensive strong and flexible plastics (which come in a variety of colors) to highly detailed black high-definition acrylate, which is comparable to mass-produced injection molded plastic. A typical face ranges between $5-$12 depending material choice. In addition to the faces, we also have a pair of pretender-shells, Slog of Monstructor and RaiRyu of Dinoforce, designed to hold a Titan Master in their backs.
All 100 faces, along with a number of other 3d printables including action figure weapons and accessories in 3mm, 5mm and 4mm grips and full mini-figures, are available through the Octavriate Forge web store.