2D Artwork: Transformers Mosaic: Deception

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  1. TF Mosaic

    TF Mosaic Well-Known Member

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    The Universe of the Transformers is vast, and populated by many characters. Their universe is a large tapestry, made up of the stories and points of view of countless experiences that serve the larger whole.

    These are some of those stories. This is:
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    It should be noted that this project is not in any way officially affiliated with either IDW Publishing or Hasbro. They're just some short stories crafted by your fellow Transformers enthusiasts.

    That being said, everyone is welcome to leave comments and whatnot regarding the posted stories. Just bear in mind that no one has been paid for this work. These stories are the result of people taking the time out of their busy days to contribute to a universe they love.


    This piece is called "Deception", by DJC

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  2. Erector

    Erector I ruined the Hall of Fame

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    as always :D 
     
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    Great story! The colors are a bit dark.
     
  4. Andersonh1

    Andersonh1 Man, I've been here a LONG time Veteran

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    Guiltor... now there's an obscure character reference for you!

    Well, there are a few grammatical errors (in particular the your/you're error that crops up way too often these days), but the art is good and dramatic. Nice work. :thumb 
     
  5. NMPT

    NMPT Goofy ominous nutball

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    Awesome!
     
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    chubbzilla One shall stand...

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    cool
     
  7. TF Mosaic

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    Thanks guys :) 
     
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    Gears buh-buh-body ya Veteran

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    Looks cool, but who's Guiltor?
     
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    Guiltar rose from the sea off of Japan, seeking out Rodimus Prime, who was engaged in a one-on-one battle with Galvatron. Just as Rodimus appeared to gain a decisive victory over his enemy, Guiltar attacked Rodimus from behind with a variety of artillery modes, sending the Autobot leader flying. As it turned out, the one-on-one showdown Galvatron had invited Rodimus Prime to was in reality a trap.

    Galvatron revealed that Guiltar was a Transformer created by the Quintessons, who had risen up the ranks of the Decepticons... because apparently, Galvatron doesn't have any accumulated memory whatsoever. As Galvatron gloated over his fallen enemy, and praising Guiltar's obedience, Guiltar snuck behind him and attacked, savagely beating Galvatron and kicking him to where Rodimus had fallen. Revealing his true intentions, Guiltar was gunning for leadership of the Decepticons, which even a concussed box turtle could have seen coming.

    But not Galvatron.

    Down, Galvatron revealed to Rodimus that Guiltar was built using the combined skills and essences of Optimus Prime and Megatron, making him a most formidable adversary. With no other choice but to cooperate, the two faction leaders teamed up against their new common foe. Rodimus transformed into vehicle mode and rammed the unsuspecting Guiltar, Galvatron following-up with a blast in cannon mode. The two then joined in a combined "Galvatron/Rodimus Kick", destroying Guiltar's body. Much to their surprise, Starscream's ghost floated free of the shattered chassis. As if to rub it in his face, Rodimus reminded Galvatron that, obviously, the Quintessons could not be trusted. The two went their separate ways for now, both too weak from Guiltar's attacks to continue the fight.
     

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