Heavy/Scratch: My Classics Cosmos

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  1. Massdestruction

    Massdestruction Instrument of Destruction

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    So, here's one that I've been fiddling with for some time: My Classics Cosmos.

    This is a heavily modded Cybertron Razorclaw. And the best part about using Razorclaw is that Cosmos can spin when attached to a minicon port, just like a normal UFO.

    Now all I need to finish is Warpath and I will have all the '85 minibots bashed as minicons.
     

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  2. Autobus Prime

    Autobus Prime Transit Former

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    Chief:

    That works quite well. The stature and head are quite suitable for Cosmos, too. Good work.
     
  3. Rumble02

    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    Thats excelllent,yessssssss
     
  4. Ezilla82

    Ezilla82 Expect the Unexpected.

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    Whoa that's very cool. Thats something totally different and yet very original. Nice job, massdestruction.
     
  5. autobotx23

    autobotx23 Banned

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  6. Ramrider

    Ramrider TF Art Lad

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    That's a brilliant bit of work! More pics, so we can really see what you've done! :D 
     
  7. Massdestruction

    Massdestruction Instrument of Destruction

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    Had a feeling this would be asked, so now they are attached.
     
  8. Ramrider

    Ramrider TF Art Lad

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    Good man - you know it makes sense! :D 

    That's an ingenious bit of retooling you've done there. Before the extra pics I actually couldn't work out what you'd done, but I've got it now. What did you use for the top saucer surface - found parts, or sculpted?
     
  9. Massdestruction

    Massdestruction Instrument of Destruction

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    The saucer is made from the plastic cap off of the wheel of an office chair (not mine). The feet are sculpted/molded epoxy. And the mushroom like top is a plastic tip off of a coat drawstring. So mostly found parts.
     
  10. REDLINE

    REDLINE longer days, plz? Veteran

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    That's pretty slick. Even though I have one, I had to think for a second as to which one was Razorclaw, because there's no real look to him left anymore, good job.
     
  11. mattarmstrong

    mattarmstrong Well-Known Member

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    that meks it an even more indenious means of building good job and bring on warpath
     
  12. BuzzingNeon

    BuzzingNeon Logic Expert/Tailgunner

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    And he spins? XD That's awesome.
     

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