Customiser L_K and his classics MP Superion The custom above is amazing, and has inspired me to begin preparations to produce my own classics Superion. I've begun hunting for classics Starscreams to repaint (no Ramjet though, don't favour the conehead design), but what I really need to do is understand how the combined mode works. I've noted that L_K last visited Seibertron in April 2010. I'm not sure if he's native to here too, never seen him post. But if anyone knows anything either about his current tf lurking grounds or indeed how the combined mode functions for this piece, please let me know! Aside from that I wanna lay out my plans in here, notes for me for later and also to see what you guys reckon. Of course the base for the four appendage bots will be Starscream. The mold will be easiest to work with considering I plan to dye parts in the appropriate colours where possible. I'm told that dying is the best way to recolour a transformer since the dye bonds directly with the plastic and cannot be scuffed or scraped off. Is this right? There's a lot of white on the aerialbots, is it possible to recolour plastics white? As in dye, or perhaps bleach with hydrogen peroxide? The plastic on Starscream is mostly grey and painted, which is nice. But can it be dyed white? Details will be added in enamel paints for their durability, and a clear coat applied to seal the deal. Starscream's feet and lower arms are blue plastic. Will it be possible to dye these parts grey? Or will painting be necessary? I understand painting will probably be necessary to make the arms white. These are the colour schemes I plan to use:: A sort of classics style update on the original G1 decos, I believe it'll help differentiate a bit more in bot mode. I'm still thinking about how to fix fireflight's wings so they look more G1-style, but I know an extra pivot joint will be needed on all four figures to allow the wings to fold back. I actually believe there was a set that contained these pivot joints? The special seeker null ray set perhaps? Any and all links, comments, advice and directional assistance will be greatly appreciated and heeded. This is my first major project so I'ma need all the help I can get!