Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by CVprowl, Jul 14, 2016.
I've got a bad feeling about these guys. Nothing about them says, 'We're here to save the day'...
just got him from aliexpress...
and very nice fit legends size with my other "prime"
Was inspired to snap some quick and dirty pics of the IF collection. Beautiful chaos.
Mini diorama at TFcon
DaimChoc Reports - ダイムチョック・リポーツ
Joining the optimus love
Gahdamn dude. They look great all together.
I'll need to get mine together sometime.
At first I thought the grey blocks were trailers with red cannons on them, and a blue Optimus truck pulling them. Like some badass Powermaster Prime I hadn't seen before.
Primes they never look up
Jeez I can't say enough good things
Put on your red shoes and dance the blues...
One to go
I have TFC Hercules and like that scale, but this makes me want to order this devastator, this pictures so awesome.
Thanks! The downside to this Devastator is he's not very posable. The hip skirts block his legs from going more than a few degrees forward (he's the Wei Jiang's KO, btw).
Rearranged a little cuz I didn't like the Dinobots tripping over each other to all hit Devy from the same side. Can't wait for Grimlock!
Well now I need to get that Devastator. Really can't wait for MFT to do the cartoon versions of Snarl and Grimlock. Swoop Sludge and Snarl are lonely
I love the look of the Iron Factory stuff. I just wish it was closer in size (and price) to the MFT releases. The hyper stylized robot modes are just delicious eye candy
After resituating my stuff post painting, I felt like fiddling with my display.
I do like the potential utility of the Bandai/KO clear action stand, but it felt like it was getting in the way of a crowded scene.
That’s when I remembered that I had a little stand that came with a Gashapon Rebuild of Evangelion Unit 00 that a friend had bought while visiting family in Japan. While the figure itself is ok, suddenly I saw quite a lot of potential in this stand. But, the base was too thick and too small, and the arm not that long enough to do much around DX9’s Sonic Wizard. So, it seemed like a bust until I had a thought,
“What if I disassemble some of the stand?”
Obviously, the answer was, “Voila! An ultra minimalist stand for this prototype Lazerbeak!”
The upper arm of the stand was made of two sockets, while the lower arm had two pegs. Of greater luck is that those sockets are the same width as Sonic Wizard’s hands, which is why the arm fits pretty perfectly on back of DX9 Soundwave’s Cannon. And, of course, the ending peg for for the stand arm is in Lazerbeak’s belly, though there’s not a lot I can do to really get much of an angle out of it unless I put it straight over Soundwave’s cannon.
I should probably document that more clearly, sometime. But, for now, here’s another angle of the previous scene and a photo with a tighter grouping.
Finally, @NOCV, what do you think? Pretty purdy, eh? =3
cheap KO autobot roll out
I thought MTF did a ko of the dx9 herc too,are they different in size?
Mft, for some reason, did a straight KO without oversizing. Wei Jiang oversized it. There was also another company that oversized him but I can't remember who it was. So there are four versions of this Devastator (not counting the repaints), two of which are oversized.
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