Another unknown decepticon

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  1. Atlas42

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    in about the middle of the screen, you can see him. he appears to be hunched over, with a red visor. can you see him?

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    Wheeljack94 Autobot Lycan

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    its the sideways look alike.
     
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    Sideways look alike !
     
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    Damn you motion blur! :banghead: 
     
  5. TylerMirage

    TylerMirage I vawnt my berdt.

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    Scumbag Motion-Blur: Adds an element of realism to visuals, makes random Genericons difficult to make out. :lol 

    But unfortunately, that's how real life movement works.
     
  6. Atlas42

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    but sideways doesn't have a visor? or is that just the motion blur?
     
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    It looks like a visor to me.
     
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    TylerMirage I vawnt my berdt.

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    It could be a combination of motion blur and the simple fact that two very tiny and very far away points of red light (his optics) simply blend together into a single fuzzy point of light (making it seem like a single visor). Take a look at the fuzzy green point of light for the traffic light as an example. That's how distance works when points of light are photographed. Or it could legitimately be a visor, I don't think anyone really knows for sure.

    And for all we know, this "Sideways clone" is slightly modified by the ILM crew. Different tires, a slightly different silver, a red visor instead of eyes. Who knows?
     
  9. Atlas42

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    what we need is an artbook. one that details the specific genericons placed wherever they are in the chicago battle.
     

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