Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by Scaleface, Jul 15, 2017.
Yeah, hopefully they will not mess Hun Gurr up.
When it comes to their blot..I guess some other engineer or engineers mucked that up.
Has anyone seen tfc's last figure yet?
Probably the designers
That took some thinking..I meant photos, you got any?
If you mean are there any photos of TFC's Hun-Grrr, no, nothing yet. With Cutthroat out for a couple months now I am hoping we get something soon.
For those who own Lucifer: Can someone tell me how to remove the Swords from the Wings???
Mine seem to be glued on or something, can not remove them.
I know it is possible to use these as Swords as previous pictures showed us.
Man TFSource need to hurrup!
Sir can you post a picture of your chug combiners. Thanks.
Just pop the "feathers" off the peg.
Ah Yes okay. Thank you.
Was not sure if I can do that without breaking something.
Just press the clip the blade is on a bit to make the process easier.
Cutthroat Lucifer is the best Figure from this Set so far. His Wings are very Dynamic and can be put in a lot of Poses.
If TFC / Cang Toys can do real MAGIC,
I would say the Flying Creatures
Divebomb and Cutthroat are their best work.
I really want to see what their Dinobots Swoop will look like.
It's a bit squished up there now, and there are a lot of disembodied limbs floating about. I'm going to have to come up with some creative solutions soon with 2 more combined modes on the way, and potentially another 2 at some point.
Aaand I've just noticed that one of my prints has slipped out of its frame.
You and I have the exact same sets of combiners, only I replaced my Feral Rex with Nero Rex, I have the metallic Menasor, and my third bot of Trinity Force hasn’t come in yet. Also, I have all of the Cang Toys Predacons as well, and a Superion and Computron, which you do not have. Okay, so of the gestalts you DO have, we have all of the same ones.
Such an awesome collection needs more room to be posed on a shelf, I always admire collectors who don't join the combiners need to be a meter tall crowd. I tried it and I just can't find the space. TFC Satan will be my first lower scale combiner since Warbo Computron. Waiting on Hungarr reveal first.
I've got the Cang Toys Predacons, but I'm getting those for the individual 'bots only... still on the fence about getting monkeypants/Optimus Primal as I have no interest in that individual character or the gestalt, but if I do ever decide to sell, it'll be easier to shift a complete set... it's just a big chunk of cash to shell out for something that will just sit in the box. I'll probably get Dream Star Toys Superion when they do a G1 coloured version, but Computron... I just think Warbotron's is a little primitive now (that style still works for Bruticus, as it makes him look more of a brute)... I'm hoping TFC will take a stylised stab at him next, and given the characters they've tackled recently, I think there's a good chance they will.
The only other gestalt I'm missing is Monstructor... IDW version, please... anyone. (FP's is too small)
To me the size is irrelevant... I just prefer the stylised look. If they'd all come out at 18 to 20 inches or 12 inches, I would have still got them... but now that 15 inch benchmark has kind of been set by Warbotron, GT and TFC, I do want my gestalts to scale together, which is why I've had to pass on some good offerings like FP Monstructor and WeiJiang Computron, as they are just way too small. I can justify some being bigger, like Volcanicus and Superion, as the alt. modes the individual 'bots turn into will be bigger, but smaller is a no go. The other reason is that the ultra-'toon G1 look is a bit boring looking to me... all those flat, single-colour panels make a figure lose something... then take that figure up to a foot and a half, and those flaws become really pronounced.
I know I should really have more display space, but I promised my wife I'd keep it to 2 detolfs... I have other displays of things I like as well, and I don't want the collection/s to take over a whole room... it's a hobby, not an obsession (I keep trying to remind myself). Keeping my display space limited keeps my priorities in check. I just have to get creative with the space I allow myself... for example, my G1 Autobot shelf currently has (I think) 34 figures in it.
Impressive collection, and when it comes to space you have to do what you have to do.
Just out of curiosity, is that the Toyworld Cosmos or Zeta-Ex version?
It's the original Toyworld one. I know a lot of people were put off because they used gold over yellow, but that was a draw for me, as so many orbital vehicles use it as a material. I know we're talking about a UFO, but anything that adds a touch of realism on an alt. mode will get my approval. Plus his leg design allows him to sit on the edge of the shelf like that.
Nice display! How did you get that suspended shelf arrangement?
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