Minor/Repaint: Movie Combiners

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  1. Mepayne

    Mepayne Well-Known Member

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    I saw dyingwill3rd post some Movie combiners, and though I'd share some of my own. The first movie combiner I ever made was a combination of Brawl and Bonecrusher, and don't have any pictures of it. The second one is a combination of a bunch of movie decepticons into a giant gorilla monster thing. Here are pics:

    http://flickr.com/photos/mepayne/1908351165/
    http://flickr.com/photos/mepayne/1908352317/
    http://flickr.com/photos/mepayne/1909175476/

    More pictures can be seen if you scroll through them.

    The 3rd one is a work in progress, since I don't have all the pieces. I still need to get another Jazz and Bumblebee mold for this to work. I've attached some pictures of it. The first picture is what it currently looks like, and the second is a picture of what the final product may end up looking like. I find it amazing that this thing doesnt fall apart at all. Everything is nice and tight.
     

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  2. REDLINE

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    that doesn't look bad at all, though the torso is a bit short for the rest of it. Does it have any articulation? I see you have knees, but I don't see how it could support the weight with that hood piece not being ratcheted.
     
  3. Mepayne

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    Yeah, I thought about adding another figure for a chestpiece, but I don't know who would fit and make it look right.

    I don't even understand how the arm is held in place, but it works. I'm hoping that the gun has no effect on how it is held in place, because if it does, then the other arm won't stay attached. I took some pictures of the connection:

    http://flickr.com/photos/mepayne/2353339149/
    http://flickr.com/photos/mepayne/2353339033/

    He is a brick from the waist up :p  But his upper legs have all the articulation Longarm has, and the "knees" are a bit sideways, but the leg can be turned to fix that.
     
  4. dyingwill3rd

    dyingwill3rd Life is a fabled mystery

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    cool! i'm glad that i could influence someone into trying what i did!Using starscream for legs? cool! I was originally going to use starscream for movie nemesis superion, but i couldn't find a way to make dreadwing fit. but other than that, great job!
     
  5. Mepayne

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    Thanks, I made that gorilla thing a few months ago, and yours inspired me to make a combiner that doesn't have too much crap hanging of of it (or kibble, if you prefer), so I made the third one.

    REDLINE: I misunderstood your post, sorry about that, I must have been in a hurry. :drunk 

    The joints on longarm are very tight, so everything works. :D 

    Sorry again! :banghead: 
     
  6. Mepayne

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    I'm thinking about repainting these figures. Color scheme suggestions?
     

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