For this project, I'm using of the 3 HFTD Voyager class (white) Starscream's that I bought on KOTOYS.COM a month ago. The tattoos have been removed/stripped and I am still in the process of gathering all the materials that I need to dye this figure in the same color deco/scheme as ROTF Walmart exclusive Voyager class Ramjet. PART 1: I felt that in order for me to dye this figure appropriately, I needed to find ways to disassemble this figure piece by piece without causing any major damage. So I started on the most challenging part of the figure: his alternate mode's cockpit and nose. A) I separated the cockpit from the rest of the body. B) Using a Dremel Rotary Tool Engraving Cutter, I carved off most of the front black plastic in order to better remove/separate the cockpit window. C) Using an X-ACTO Razor Blade, I separated the cockpit at its 4 slot points (circled in red). D) After separating the black plastic seat, I smoothed out it's carved areas... and set the 3 parts of the cockpit aside for later. E) Where the areas are circled in red, I carved/smoothed out the plastic... so that the alternate mode has actual jet engine intakes. PART 2: Now here is how I did Ramjet's most defining feature: the head cone A) I smoothed out the bridge that connects the nose to the rest of the body... so that it could fold back further. B) After removing the cone, I carved out an opening on the loop... so that the cone would be detachable/removable yet function normally. C) Using a Dremel Rotary Tool 1/16" drill bit, I drilled a hole into the inner top of the nose. D) After separating his robot mode head, I sanded down the clear part, drilled a hole at an upward angle in the back, and Gorilla Glued in a right-sized rivet. Once the glue fully dried/hardened, I removed/sanded off any excess. E) I then carved a small ditch on the inner side of his robot mode heads back so that the back end of the glued-in rivet would fit in. F) The modified/reassembled head's rod is where you insert the alternate mode's nose... via the nose's drilled hole in order to form his trademark head cone. G) In order to make the modified head fit in his alternate mode, I carved out notches on the areas of the loop of each of his "heels" where the rod meets. Now, the rod on his head fits into the notches... so that the figure can fully transform into his vehicle mode. PART 3: Has you can see in the pics below, his vehicle mode nose fits perfectly onto the rod on his head as his trademark head cone. All that is left for me now is to dye each of the parts one-by-one so that the figure has the exact same color deco/scheme as ROTF Walmart exclusive Voyager class Ramjet!