Discussion in 'Transformers Fan Art' started by Soundwave84, Jun 22, 2008.
Nice. To bad it's not the real thing.
to me it looks like a movie prime with a lot of spikes...
It's cool, but it's not news.
The way Michael Bay has TFs spinning around this guy would be a constant blur.
Plus, he's a plane, so he has to have chicken legs. Didn't Bay say all plane-formers had to look like metal chickens?
Nice art though.
WHOA !! SICK !!! To bad isn't real and the 74 feet quite off the roof !! As much I think "Jetfire" could end up be 38 to 45 feet !!
I hate it. Love the Blackbird alt mode, but hope the actual robot mode looks better.
I still dont think Jetfire as a Decepticon would work
Just isn't working for me. The design just doesn't have a unified theme like the other movie bots.
i know right. that would make for one sweet fig!
yeah but the section is titled Transformers NEWS AND RUMORS....
never know...Jetfire would be interesting addition to any movie....
Well, that's being saved as a wallpaper.
Cool idea, but the SR-71 is obsolete.
Well, what if he became an Autobot by story's end, you know, Fire in the Sky style?
Cool concept, but I'm not feeling Jetfire from that design.
Guess, all movie-related fanart becomes news now?
Something about the "feeling" of this design reminds me more of Armada Jetfire than anything.
Within the context of being a monstrous assemblage of metal shards, exposed infrastructure and tortured jet parts, this actually is pretty cool. At least in th sense that a simplified toy version might be nice to own.
But I don't get excited at the prospect of Bayformer-style robots like this in action on the big screen. I saw (or tried unsuccessfully to discern) how that worked out the last time, and I thought it kind of sucked.
Nice but I'm sure the movie version will be much better.
Movie designs FTW.
It doesn't seem like it could ever be translated into toy form.
It blows up things real nice. Therefore, it is not obsolete.
good thing it's actually an alien robot then, huh?
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