Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Scaleface, Feb 22, 2012.
Who do you work for!?
*various screams and bird screeches later*
From TF:UK#87 'Target:2006'
"In the bushes... straight ahead"
"Bring me more defecating lawyers to eat"
"Pain, it seems, is something he understands."
From TF:UK#88 'Target:2006'
"Sights 'ol buddy, I have nary a cracker to give you."
"We may have gone too far this time." "Stop. Just stop."
Happy (late) Thanksgiving!
There's dark AF and then there's, well, whatever this is . . .
New Episode up! T-Wrecks and Waspinator updates!
Finally got Alpha Trion <3
Was in a hurry and forgot some steps. Hopefully now everything is in place
I've done a bit of tweaking on both of them
Wanna make somethin' of it?
Comics Primus, hotrod, Rodimusprime, well that's how I have them
When I finally tracked down LG Twintwist just to get 'Spoilsport' he had 2 left legs. Doesn't affect too much, just doesn't tab as it should in gun mode.
Which whirl is that?
Way back in May of this year, Stumpguy1 asked:
Psychoshi replied with:
My Classics Bumbelebee and Classics Cliffjumper are in storage. Does anyone happen to have either of them handy (or any of their mold redecos) and would be willing to take pictures of alt mode comparisons with "common" alt modes like any of the Siege/Earthrise Datsuns, Earthrise Sunstreaker/Cordon/Spin-Out, Kingdom Tracks? I don't need comparisons of all of those, just something in that list so that I can get an idea of how the height, width, and length look in their alt modes. It's hard to tell in the robot mode if Classics Bumbelbee/Cliffjumper can pass as an in-scale WFCT modified Honda Civic or not.
I've always liked how bulky "it's clobber'n time" the Classics Bumbelbee/Cliffjumper mold was (since they look like tanky brawlers) as well as how neatly the rear of the vehicle fills in the upper torso but, I want to get an idea of the alt mode scale before I take a long trip to dig them out of storage since back in 2006 their alt modes were absurdly huge compared to the rest of the 2006 Classics releases.
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