I took a generations Rattrap without any bomb arms and rebuilt it into Razorbeast. Based more off the Toy&IDW comic appearence in terms of build and looks...But I actually took weapon design off the Card Art for Razor Beast. The original Razorbeast toy mane-gun was meant to be able to split in two, probably scrapped for cost concerns I'm sure. Some points on the modding done; ~ The tusks are made out of baked clay, and I probably went through about four sets before I made any durable enough not break from a short fall. ~ The face is actually still Rattrap's head, just sanded into oblivion and then rebuilt using contour putty. ~ The feet are the same situation. Sanded into plates and contour putty after to rebuild their top side. ~ The boar feet are actually the original Beast Wars Razorbeast's boar feet with contour putty around them to thicken them up for proportion's sake. ~ Obviously because of how tight the two silver front leg tabs are, I left them unpainted since it would have scrapped off anyways. The small silver certainly doesn't take away from the legs anyways, so no harm done. ~ The beast mode eyes are actually something I'm quite happy with. I used a gloss finish to give them a more natural gleam. ~ But of course the best mod on here is the Faux Fur used to create the Warthog's tail&mane. The mane in particular is set to a sheet of velcro(The hooked side) with strips to indicate where it should attach to the figure. I went with the figure having the loop side of velcro so it would create a fur-like texture on the chest&gun tops without having a mass of large fur getting in the way everywhere. This actually means the mane sits on Razorbeast's back in Robot mode, giving him a barbarian-like cape. Now about those guns: ~ Fit on his back via two pegholes, mimicking the position of the original toy. ~ A small tab on one gun allows them to click together to be held as a dual-blaster by either hand, or split apart to be dual-wield like in the Cart Art of the original toy. ~ They can also fit into the holes of the beast mode shoulder legs to mimic the back-blaster transformation of the original toy and the IDW comic. ~ It is possible for the mane to be attached to the combined guns to mimic the original toy's design...But it looks silly because of the proportions of the mane. ~ The shape of the mane allows it to tuck behind the warthog's ears, folding the sides and completely hiding the gun in Beast Mode. Man...I love this thing. I finally get to say that about something I made myself. I'm happy with the rebuilding I did, the paintjob, the clay and faux fur work, and even the varnish worked beautifully. All the stars aligned and the I managed to recreate what was once my first Beast Wars toy as a child, and still my favorite to this day. So help me god, if this thing actually sells for the outrageous price I put, I am just going to buy another rattrap and make it again from scratch. Maybe I'll go with a lighter more toy-accurate red next time.