Here ya go folks, two of my humble entries into the Charity Event! Both started life as an Animated Activators Bumblebee. I included the digibash of their heads here, enjoy. The extra large hand for each came from Animated Soundwave, who in turn is also upgrading to Snarl hands for another custom. Got in a LOT of masking experience on these two, and i had a great time with them. I left in the sirens, as they are the activator buttons. MUDFLAP Mudflap had stylish round headlights, so at the suggestion of Wheeljack and Alphamagnus, threw in some googly eyes for headlights. if you shake him, you can still hear the googly. i first painted the headlights a very light blue, then a spritz of white. this gives the headlights that "lit up, but blue tinge" look you see on some of the fancier headlights out there. Plus, i think he sported those in the movie. The secondary color is a sparkly silver, which i think fits a trendy mold like this one. In bot mode, i obscured his original mouth, cut off the horns, and added a piece from a lego Dragonverse set (again, at Alphamagnus' suggestion). it's a little headlight piece for legs. i cut it in half, leaving a big and small eyepiece. this would do nice for the odd looking eyes the twins sported. Tiny bits of styrene made for the dog ears he had, and i made some extra horizontal clearance for the head's new shape. I followed the paint job with a future finish spritz, but honestly i don't think it made much of a difference. this is my first time using it though, so who knows. IMPORTANT - tuck Mudflap's head down when transforming and you are in the clear! SKIDS I did 'Flap first, so Skids came together quicker, and with less trial and error. The original headlights more closely matched Skids' ROTF incarnation, so i let them stay. He's a little easier to flipform too. Strips of styrene formed his teeth. I let him keep the horns as Animated versions of his pointy ears. His green is darker than the original, but i was just having NO luck finding that green. Alphamagnus is graciously slapping a decal on the side for me. Both of them feature the opposite side schtick on their hands and the eyes. Halfway through their progress i saw this interesting mod to make the arms less apey on that mold, but these guys were weirdly shaped in the movie so i let it stay. Mudflap is a little stiffer to transform, but both do so with little difficulty, and are quite poseable. Due to keeping the inner arms and thighs without new color, just about every joint has no painted parts rubbing against each other, which lengthens the lifespan of these two figures.