Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Mar 29, 2017.
What the heck is a b pillar?
Is the Takara version available online anywhere? My usual sites don't seem to have it
They can change all the kibble to the 1978's camaro.
DEW it hasbro.
I agree that this would be really cool, but would it all fit right with the different car proportions?
The proportions are somewgat similar, however, they i don't see it as problem to change all the shell.
So you didn't pop any pins, or disassemble it? Just rubbed Future to either side?
That is correct. Future seeps right into the joint. If yours is really loose you can do 2 coats.
The stuff is magical. It's the best $11 you'll spend on the hobby. Buy it here.
I finally ordered one off TCP. I'm sure I could get one cheaper, but I trust TCP and have never seen one in the wild. MPM-3 looks to be a real winner.
That certainly does look a lot better. Well done. No, VERY well done. I like it.
On a 2-door car like a Camaro, it is the post right behind the doors that are part of the small side windows. The concept Camaro didn't have any pillars at all, as was noted by another member "atriums prime". But Hasbro/Takara keep putting one on all the BB toys because the production Camaro has them (for structural safety reasons) and is the "B" pillar, or center pillar of the car.
I would be perfectly happy with that if they were to pull that off. I really like the 1970's Camaro and his bot mode.
Grrrrr...mine has been stuck in toys r us FedEx limbo for a week!!!
I figured I'd make a radicon thread for my Bumblebee rather than post continuous pics on this thread. Check it out.
Minor/Repaint: - Adding Paint Apps To MPM Bumblebee
I'm open to comments and reasonable constructive criticism.
Let them use the 68, it has more mass to fit in then the 76 version though.
Personnally i'd go for the 68 because it's a better looking vehicle
But wouldn't mind getting the 76 camaro as A MPM
Only problem is the '67 is based on his DOTM body which is going to require more than a minor remold...
True that mate but i love that car
And would like to see takara tackle it
You'll get no argument from me there.
How does it work? How much do I apply? How do I apply it? What do I use to apply it? And how long should I wait for it to dry?
Vangelus did a tutorial on it.
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