Paint Started on Page 6<--This is a Link Current New Post Page 7<--Also a Link While STILL waiting for my check to arrive to finish up my Megatron, I moved over to working on Arcee. The first portion of the mod is straight from my Megatron W.I.P. Thread, however the rest is new. I noticed that the front wheel had the same center split as the rear wheel. I popped the fender segment from the front assembly and took out the screw. Then, using an Exacto knife and a tiny screwdriver that I sharpened with a file for prying and chiseling, I wedged the 2 halves apart and broke the glue seal. I then did the same on the tire. With only a little scraping of glue and trimming down the pegs a tiny bit on the tires I got this effect. Next up is the Arm Cannon. I searched around for a ball joint that was the same size as the one Arcee uses for her hand. It turns out that the guns from H.A. Basic Thunderhead were a perfect fit. I cut the front end off of the cannon that Arcee comes with and cut the c-clip flush with the bottom of the inside of the "c". I then shaved the sides of the remaining flat piece to fit inside the groove at the back of the cannon. I glued it in with Plastruct Bondene and let it cure. Next up was the problem of the "Angel Wings". As seen in this picture (Copied from TFWiki.net, a fantastic resource.) the larger of the 2 pieces on the back is on top of the smaller piece, and both of them point down. So I got to chopping, taking the panels off hinge and all, flush with where the hinge piece connects to the motorcycle front cowling. I then drilled a small hole in the center of both sides of the cut. I then glued paper clip segments into the hinge holes. These pieces now fit snugly into cowling section giving a full range of articulation, allowing the "Wings" to be positioned to your liking. Original Position: In Transition: Flipped around to be more accurate: Low Profile: "Wings" swapped to look more screen accurate: And finally, Alt Mode: I will have more to come, including the reason Arcee is missing her head! Let me know what you think! I look forward to hearing from you and Happy Modding!