Yes indeed, it's another TR Galvatron mod/touch-up! So Galvatron's flip-up mask looked all fine and dandy when he was first revealed, but sometime between then and going to manufacture they went with a different design that doesn't sit flush against his face and completely obscures it from any angle other than straight-on. Then one day on the Twitters I saw the following mod and decided that whenever I got my own Galvatron I had to have a go at it myself. Now, I made a crucial mistake on my first attempt and was left with an unsalvageable headless body, I'm sure someone more talented than I could've probably saved it, but I decided it was a lost cause and bought a replacement. Luckily I didn't screw up Round 2, so here it is! After taking apart the torso and waist I took some measurements to make sure the hole I drilled for the new pin that goes all the way through the torso lined up with where the neck sits normally, and clipped away the material from the front half to allow the whole Titan Master port and head to swing in and out. Because the grey piece slots into place you need to remove just enough plastic from the back half of the torso to allow it to swing into place freely without also falling back into the torso. I also clipped/filed down a bit of the back of the TM port for the same reason (you can see it in some of the pictures below). An almost-there shot with the painted-but-maskless head. I had to to cut those two angled pieces of plastic out for the head to flip in and out with the mask attached. And here we have the finished product. To stop the TM port/neck/I'm-really-not-sure-what-to-call-it-at-this-point from sliding side to side when inside the chest I cut up the stem from a cotton bud to act as spacers (they sit a bit wonky because their inner-diameter is wider than the actual pin but whatevz, they do the job and you never see them anyway). Another thing that was very crucial to my fixing Galvatron was Fakebusker's canon adapter that puts it on the side of his arm because oh my god, it looks so much better. I actively hate how the canon looks plugged into the 5mm port on the front of his bicep, never mind that it completely limits articulation, so to find out someone had actually addressed that was a relief as I didn't fancy my odds drilling a hole in his arm as well. I also decided to give Nucleon a bit of paint. Obviously he can't sit in the cockpit or any of the weapons anymore, but it don't matter because I don't even have to take him off for transformation anyway. I used Citadel paints for everything just because it's what I used when I collected Warhammer when I was a kid. Colours used were Xereus Purple, Abadon Black, Leadbelcher (gunmetal), Ironbreaker (silver), and Wild Rider Red, and 'Ardcoat as a seal or whatever you call it. Ah, what silly names they have. So, yeah, there's my Galvatron. Enjoy, I guess?