Movie scale guide

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  1. Rijie78

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    I've seen various scale guides knocking around, from time to time, showing both the bot mode & vehicle modes for the movies - is there an up to date one that shows the characters from all three movies, at a decent resolution (i.e you can see it without squinting)?

    Sometimes they show characters that didn't make the final film either (which is interesting in itself)

    Been poking about on Google with a few different search terms, but nothing doing - only low res images. I've definitely seen a couple of ROTF ones before tho, for both Autobots & Decepticons (tho neither was at what UK:R always correctly termed "a man's resolution").

    Cheers muchly..
     
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    I don't think the characters in those pics are to scale at all. Look at Long Haul, and then look at Devastators right leg. They're not the same size. And also, the Fallen is not that huge. Rampage was about the same size as Bumblebee, so he can't be that big compared to Soundwave.

    Also, Jetfire is just humongous. He wasn't that big in the movie. He was around the same size as Optimus.
     
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    I have been wondering about that, because Sentinel is slightly taller than Optimus (or same height) and Sentinel is the same height as Megatron for some reason. Maybe since Megatron found a truck mode, he shrank a bit.

    MEGATRON walks below my legs,

    Megatron "Meh, I'm as tall as I even was"
     
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    I thought when they scanned new alt forms it didn't affect their mass which is partly why Megatrons face is still damaged it doesn't affect their mass.Thats what ive heard anyways.
     
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    As I said, this is all I could find, :)  didn't say it was accurate.. its the only one of decent size available :p 
     
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    i mean if you look at the scene in Africa Megatron is quite a bit larger than Starscream and hes a jet while Megatron is a truck.
     
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    No he wasn't. Jetfire was HUGE in the movie! Did you SEE him next to Mixmaster?
     
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    Cheers for that folks, those ones on imageshack are (i think) fuller versions of the ones I sort of remembered. Looks plausaible, tho I must say I thought Blackout was meant to be much bigger than Megatron, and I'm also surprised how tall Long Haul's bot mode is compared to Devastator.

    Interesting to see if we ever get a proper "Art Of" for the 3 Bay TF films, that shows stuff like that, as well as more in-depth stuff on the modelling & such). Doubt such a thing fits into Hasbro's moneymaking plans, but you never know..
     

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