At LONG last I am extremely proud and excited to present my form of the Constructicons and Devastator. Obvisously this is a project based on the Ptitvite / Frenzy_Rumble model with a few tweaks to make it my own. This set of figures is my first custom project and was a great way to learn and gain confidence to go off and do something unique next time around. Thanks go to Mike (Frenzy_Rumble) for not only his gift to the community but his willingness to help newcomers to the craft. Also thanks go to Sculpt-Bot for his casted Devastator heads (which will be seen later). Every other day I will show a new Constructicon all leading up to Devastator himself. (Bare with me as I am shooting the figures and prepping them for display here.) Since I am new to all this, please let me know what you guys think! -------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd to last, Mixmaster: View the MIXMASTER set at my Flickr album: Mixmaster - Flickr MOLD USED: - Energon Barricade MODS: This mold was completely reworked doing the following: - New head cast was used - Head has magnet installed to attach to main body - Barricade cab detached and new die-cast cab installed. Die-cast cab has magnets attached to connect to main truck body - Custom cement mixing drum attached to back of Mixmaster - Added substantial steel weights to inside Mixmaster's legs. The new weights allow Mixmaster to stand with his heavy die-cast mixing drum attached to his back. Without the weights installed, he will topple over from weight. See an example picture below showing him balancing with the mixing drum. - Added numerous connector pegs into hidden spots to form Devastator's leg - Reworked legs to attach to body using large neo-shifter peg. This gives the leg connection a MUCH stronger connection for Devastator THOUGHTS: - Yes, I know this is a partsformer but I went with the mindset that I would rather have a nice looking figure and a functional leg for Devastator than a true transforming Mixmaster. If new molds come out in the future that fit this scale, it would be better to attempt them. For now though, I absolutely love the look of this mold as it gives Mixmaster an commanding, badass look.