Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by daimchoc, May 23, 2012.
Dr. Wu's Forge of Solus Prime Cybertronian Relic accessory.
Neat. I wonder how big it'll be.
Definite buy... Now someone do Apex armor!
I'd like all of the artifacts while they're at it...
Oh, definitely. Having the phase shifter attach to another one of Bee's arms or that Sound amplifier clipped onto Soundwave's arm would be a gorgeous little detail. Hell, the thought of having Prime wield that Hammer in my collection has me overjoyed as it is
That may very well be my first Dr Wu purchase
Something for Megatron's tool kit. (Would look good with RID Bulkhead too) but unless the hilt comes apart a lot of characters might not even be able to hold it.
This is AWESOME.
Very nice!!!! I will be getting this.
This may be my first Dr. Wu purchase. Where is their stuff usually available. BBTS?
Acestoystore.com - daelite20
CapturedPrey.com - Sidecutter
I like the idea of Dr Wu tackelling add ons. I have two hopes, he makes as many relics as possible and that they end up in a complete set.
His prices aren;t the highest out there but when you add shipping to each individual piece it kills the price.
I'm in for a mega TF Prime Dr Wu set.
Dr. Wu is like shapeway projects, but with actually good plastic.
Thank the Good Lord because one thing I can not stand is the finish on all Shapeway items. I have seen seom great items people have made up on Shpaeways but in the end they all look rough and unfinished. No thanks Shapeways.
Okay ... I want that.
It's so true, and no diss to the designers too, because the manufacturing process is something they cannot control.
Like Fakebusker's armaments. I really want all of them, but I don't want Shapeway quality and price.
Agreed. I hope I was clear enough. I have seen many great designs on the Shapeway site but the finish the products end up with kills every project.
That and you have to pretty much do it yourself. I am a toy collector not a model maker.
You know, Model Cars...take the pieces, clean them up, assemble and paint.
Ah. I see... I got confused there as the designers are the ones that make the models and people get the parts.
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