UPDATED: After a couple of people telling me she really needed a neck, I finally got around to giving her her one. I cut her head ball joint off and attached a post between the head and ball, then sculpted a sort of collar neck to cover that. It keeps the articulation but hopefully gives her a much more feminine look. Yes I know Airazor was already a female, but neither of her figures looked it at all. The TM2 version had roboboobs, but they were further apart than my grandmothers and looked more like shoulder armor disks or something. I love the TM2 Airazor's birdy mode, but I had to do some work on bot mode to make her look like a female and to kill that bleh yellow and brown robot color scheme. I cut her torso to pieces and reconstructed it to have much more narrow shoulders, a thinner waist, and thinner arms, then resculpted most of her chest to resemble the original, but more as I think it should have looked. Then I filled in most of the big holes and gaps all over her arms and legs, and painted her with a new color scheme that looks more like she has gold robot parts emerging from white feathered organics. Didn't mess with the bird mode much since I already really like it.