Update 27/7/2020 : MTMTE- Ships and Conversion Kits & SIDE TRACK PROJECTS I've left this thread quiet for a month, it's been a busy month, trying to create transformable characters from MTMTE. I've had such fun doing those but sometimes I get distracted by an idea in my head, and I get sidetracked. These are smaller projects that would come out more frequently and I didn't want to start new threads to share them. So I'm reviving this old thread. These side track projects will go up to thingiverse and Cults for free as they take less time to make and well, Rung here is to make up for Rung 2.0's lack of the ability to transform... A week ago I finished my version of MTMTE Rewind, I loved how he could fold up into a compact thing and thought that was what I was trying to do with my Rung 2.0. Heavy/Scratch: - MTMTE/ Lost Light Rewind and Chromedome 2.0 Yet back then I didn't understand the tolerance of the resin from my printer and there were parts I couldn't print so I don't exactly know if it works... I took the Rewind mold, scaled it up, retooled it, and came up with a Rung 3.0. I did a print of him, but I ran out of white paint so he looks Very Very Incredibly rough. I'm not proud of it, but with the cases spiking again it's not that safe to go out and get more white paint. Turns out MTMTE Bots eat up white paint FAST. Here are the results: Here's Rung, assembled, badly painted with the long overdue update on my painted Titans Returns Rodimus in his Lost Light colours. RUNG 3.0 is more similar to Battle Master Rung, that because of transformation and tolerance, his proportions were sacrificed for transformation. But Rung 3.0 turned out ok. He stands at around the same height as Rung 2.0. ALT MODE Again, he's badly painted, more apparent than ever when held closer, the grey parts in his alt mode detach to form his scooter. They slot in in 2 places in his alt mode. There's also a 3mm port in the middle of the circle which allows this: I'm thinking of integrating a small piece at the end of the alt mode to make his overall look slimmer and more accurate to the comics. As now, he's Rung but mangled. Still I'm pretty happy with him at the moment despite the paint and his ability to incorporate his Battle Masters Effect piece for a floating Matrix. Once I manage to get some white paint and paint him up, I'll do an update on him. There's another side track in progress, between Tailgate (90% complete) and Swerve and Brawn (not started), there's IDW Ratbat as seen in MTMTE's sister series Robots in Disguise. I like his design there so I'll be working on a small non transforming Ratbat. More to come on this old thread. The Lost Light: The Lost Light (Pic Heavy) Recently I've had to time to get started on 3D modelling, and having always wanted a full MTMTE/ Lost Light cast display, I did a few models in Fusion 360... First Up, the Lost Light herself. I've seen fantastic customs of the ship around here and decided to give it a try as well. I tried to make it as accurate as possible, digging for the panels where there's the underside. If printed actual size it has a 3mm port on the bottom for a flight stand. After managing to create a few models, I went and got myself an Anycubic Photon S printer, while i wasn't able to print it full size, I think the details came out alright. Now the spikes and the body print as separate pieces, and is attached afterwards, but when printed I realised they don't fit as well as I wanted. Once I've fixed this issue the STL files for the Lost Light should be uploaded to Thingiverse. The print will be primed and painted later on tonight.