2D Artwork: Rubik's Cube + The Allspark = Rubik'spark!

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  1. Jaawa

    Jaawa The last squirrel sensei!

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    Hiya everybody, I'm a new member here and this is my first piece of TF fanart I've ever done.

    I don't know if I'll be making more but please give your thoughts on this idea of mine :p  Combining a rubik's with the Allspark was the first obvious thing to do when I saw the Allspark in the movie :D 

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    (full 1280x1024.png image at http://www.netikka.net/rlahti/rubikspark_1280.png)

    Cheers!
     
  2. EvaUnit13

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    Is that a digibash or real? I'd love that, I'm a Rubik's maniac
     
  3. Jaawa

    Jaawa The last squirrel sensei!

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    umm what do you mean digibash? I took an image of the allspark and a rubik's cube, and then photoshopped them along with the first official TF 2007 wallpaper.
    But yeah, I think they should make a rubik's cube like that, it would be a hit :) 
     
  4. AutobotSDG

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    Yeah that would be a digibash... kind of like a kitbash but only done digitally.

    I too would like a Rubik's Allspark, but instead of trying to match all the different colors you have to match/complete the different designs on each side in the actual Allspark colors.
     
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    thats referred to as a digibash. you take 2 images and digitally alter them into something new. in essence "kitbashing" them. hence digibash!


    very cool nonje the less!
     
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    LOL!!!! genius!
     
  8. EvaUnit13

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    Well, I don't know the proper term, if there is one, but I guess it is. If they made it into a product, the 6 center pieces would have to be symmetrical, because there are 4 ways to have 1 the center piece oriented. Of course, it could add a layer of challenge to the already hard puzzle. It's not hard to solve a cube, I memorized the 7 algorithms in 1 night
     
  9. Jaawa

    Jaawa The last squirrel sensei!

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    thanks, I had lots of fun while making it. It was also a bit challenging as I don't own a rubik's cube so I couldn't take a picture of it to have it in the exact same angle and perspective as the Allspark picture, so I had to modify them both quite a bit :) 
     
  10. Bobby Lemain

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    time to change out my really beat up "custom" stickers on my cube and make it the allspark...
     
  11. Jaawa

    Jaawa The last squirrel sensei!

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    hehe, yeah that would be cool, a real-life rubik'spark, post pix of it when done! ^^
     
  12. EvaUnit13

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    A guy's already done that with a 2^3 Cube. You know, you can quote the posts by clicking the button
     
  13. Hi Q

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    I made a working Rubik's Cube out of paper... Maybe I could change the design to build another, Allspark one.
     
  14. EvaUnit13

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    How'd you make it out of paper?!
     
  15. Jaawa

    Jaawa The last squirrel sensei!

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    yeah, thanks for the heads up, I don't use forums much :p 
     
  16. Hi Q

    Hi Q I don't want a user title

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    Uhm, how do you expect me to answer that? I figure out what parts I need, I figure out how the parts would look like like when folded out, and I draw them, scan them, color them. Then print them out and fold and glue them together. Done.
    I have no problem with moving parts. Check the contest entries for this years BotCon. HoS Bumblebee transforms...
     
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    digibash isn't a universal term, you won't hear it used outside of toy websites
     
  18. Bobby Lemain

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    Crap, oh well I'm still gonna do it anyways lol (3x3, but idk how i'll know which side is which unless I color the sides like in the digi bash)

    I've seen those. Those things are awsome, how long did it take you?
     
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    Not very long. I already knew the insides of a Rubik's Cube, I always took them apart when I was a kid. And because there's a lot of repetition in the parts, I only needed to draw a few and could do a lot of copying and pasting after scanning.

    So tell me, where did you see them?
     
  20. Bobby Lemain

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    http://www.speedcubing.com/ton/dror's_paper_cube.htm
    there, when I was trying to speed cube I came across that and fainted. I used to make things out of paper but they always came out lopsided cuz I didnt mesure anyhting or use straight edges so after seeing that I searched for paper transformers and well, I was amazed
     

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