More Headmasters, because I'm obsessive that way. I created these, along with Skullcruncher long while ago, but am kind of happy with them. I really wanted to give them minicon partners painted up in a matching color scheme, (Terradive for Snapdragon, Thunderwing for Apeface) but I may go back and do that later. My idea, storywise, would have been the Decepticons getting better at the separation process, granting the Headmaster beasts more independence, and granting their headmaster partners their own alt-modes. Their skills and battle prowess increase the closer they are to one another, which would keep either from totally abandoning the other. The idea was partially influenced by the episode of Family Guy in which Stewie and Brian wind up glued to together, manage to get the glue dissolved, but hold hands anyway I'm pretty happy with Snapdragon, I think the Grimlock head really worked as far as the basic shape goes. I like to pose him hunched over in dino/dragon mode, I don't know why, I think it works a little better for him. With the idea of a minicon partner, I had thoughts of using the post that normally holds the knife-gun as a launch pad for Spasma. I used Cybertron Primal as the base for Apeface. In an attempt to be ambitious, I noticed a striking similarity in the head design for Movie Dropkick and the G1 Apeface and hoped to just swap the heads out. Big mistake. Dropkick's head is too detailed and too small. Plus the neck stalk on Cybertron Primal is kind of long since it ends in the middle of Primal's head. Dropkick's head-hole, for lack of a better term, is lower. The result is a bobblehead effect that I wouldn't be able to fix without some modding I wasn't quite sure how to do at the time. Oh well, lesson learned. This project will also teach me to take the time to learn how to do pin removal and thin my paints, because ApeFace's hands snapped at the connection points due to me trying to move them once my clumpy paint dried! I consider Apeface to be a failure, but a good learning experience.