2D Artwork: Personal TFverse designs - Jetfire

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  1. Malunis_T

    Malunis_T Well-Known Member

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    Disclaimer: These designs are pretty TFA-inspired, but not set in TFA universe. Rather, they're kind of their own thing. I just like making designs of my own.

    This has an odd origin. I was talking to a friend about a BW character they made whose beast head turned into the robot crotch. And I got the idea to do a similar thing with a robot's jet cockpit. Except, y'know, not innuendo-y. It randomly became Jetfire.

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    Heavily inspired by TFA Jetfire. But with some elements such as the G1's source toy for the head. And I could be wrong but I THINK I was thinking of Leader-1 of Gobots when adding those goggles. Like TFA Jetfire he can produce fire, he's a pyrotechnician or something. Also the asymmetrical arm blade is a weapon.
     

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    Actually, the cockpit-crotch might actually work. Very interesting design, especially the vehicle mode. :D 
     
  3. Malunis_T

    Malunis_T Well-Known Member

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    Ah thanks - A note I forgot to mention on the vehicle is that it's actually a bit inspired by a mix of Cybertron Soundwave and the Cybertronian styled Seekers seen in the G1 pilot. Tiny triangle jet.
     
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    You have some powerful pencil strokes there, dude. They're able to convey more emotion than some of the 'professional' artists out there. I like it, keep practicing.
     

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