3D Printed MTMTE Cyclonus Cyclonus' files are now available here on CULTS3D: Download STL file Transforming 'LAVENDER' Figure • 3D printer template ・ Cults Also took some time to create an assembly instruction booklet. Inspired by myloschz’s Whirl figure, I set off to design a new MTMTE Cyclonus to try and reach a fraction of the accuracy that Whirl figure achieved. I’ve always wanted to do a Cyclonus again, after building one from the skeletons of POTP Starscream and building the Cyclonus pieces with Styrene a few years ago, it’s time for me to give it another go. I’m currently on Day 2 of modelling him and have his upper body all figured out. One more day on the legs and he should be complete. I’ve added all the articulation I think would make him the best out of my projects, the parts count on his arms only are already more than the number of parts in my old Whirl figure. This added articulation allows him to hold his sword with both hands, which I’m very happy with. Here is the alt mode so far, his arm transformation is a combination of the new Kingdom figure (referenced off reviews) and the old Classics Cyclonus. The nosecone opens and sandwiches his head, after folding down his horns. I’ll need to find a sturdier way to model the horns, they feel a little scary at the moment. I’ve designed the sword as a thicker piece so it’ll survive longer. His sheath pegs in onto his back, although that peg hole will need to be made deeper for future prints. He’ll stand at 14-15 cm tall and will scale nicely with my newly printed Whirl, who’s actually printed at a 90% scale. I will scale up this Cyclonus tough, for the sake of the pin walls. I’ve always had the intention of going back and fixing up that Tailgate, now Cyclonus is on his way, this might be the motivation for me to do it. I’m excited to complete him, this whole process so far has been sorely missed after designing G1 styled figures. Adding rotations to joints and seeing them work is such a joy. As always I’d love to hear what you guys think, comments are always welcome. Thanks for reading!