The Transformers Scale Project

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Locke, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. Fallout

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    for what it's worth, first post says HA soundwave is 1/24 but he's actually 1/30
     
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    If someone was trying to put together a diorama, where could you get human figures that would scale reasonably well with MP scale? The Spike that comes with MP10 looks like an extra from Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
     
  3. hthrun

    hthrun Show accuracy's overrated

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    He looks perfect with mpm Bee in both modes.
     
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  4. unexistance

    unexistance MP Gen-0 Collecting Officer

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    for the MP Cars, Mega Bloks/Construx little guys are perfect, obv no place to put them into :p 
     
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    I would probably have them being terrorized by my decepticons, you know, under their boot, cringing with terror and otherwise just fleeing.
     
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    unexistance MP Gen-0 Collecting Officer

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    as long as a part of the diorama? :D 
     
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    Well, I figure the Decepticons should act true to form in any display they are placed in. It is just in their nature.
     
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  8. Seth Sunthay

    Seth Sunthay ElusoryMonk

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    In the first movie he's around 1/30.
     
  9. Noideaforaname

    Noideaforaname Pico, let's go up to Zuma

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    Hooray, something new to scale!

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    Blackout (Leader): 1/75 Scale

    Toy's Alt mode is 14", while his Bot mode is 7.5" at the head [8.75" including the whole rotor thing on his back]
    The real MH-53 Pave Low is 1,056" (88') meaning Blackout would be 563" (47') tall [full height would be 55']

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    Scorponok: 1/75 Scale

    Toy's full length is 4.25" [though with his tail curled up he's 2"]
    ..meaning he'd be 319" (27') long [but 150" (12.5') with the tail up]
     
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    Prime Aspect Visual Synthesis Engineer

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    (If anyone briefly saw a post from me right before this, ignore. I misread another post and replied to it, and then deleted the reply once I realized I had made a mistake)

    Studio Series Starscream: approx. 1:87
    F-22 Raptor wingspan of 44.5 ft. SS wingspan of 6.125 inches = 1:87.18
    F-22 Raptor length of 62.08 ft, SS length of 8.5 inches = 1:87.64

    1:87 is, perhaps not coincidentally, HO railway scale.
     
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    Prime Aspect Visual Synthesis Engineer

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    Studio Series Stinger: somewhere between 1:35 and 1:40

    Length: Pagani Huayra is 181.3", toy is 4.75, so 1:38.168
    Width: Huayra is 80.2 inches. Not sure if that includes mirrors, so I did both.
    With mirrors toy is 2.25" for 1:35.64
    Without mirrors is 2.06, for 1:38.93
    Wheelbase: Huayra is 110", toy is 3" for 1:36.666
    Height: Huayra is 46", toy is 1.25" for 1:36.8

    Note: I measured with a ruler, not calipers, so there will be some error.
     
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