Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Shockwavers, Jan 9, 2019.
The first pic he has blue on the outside of his forearms and slots under the autobot insignia on his shoulders and no smokestacks or windshield wipers...but now after thinking about it im guessing the the first pic is cybertron op and the other is earth op
Yup and his tires
Any on Soundwave and the other Seekers?
Man that looks so good!!!
I don’t know what I would do to improve this. Oh I know give me a full movie with him and the other Autobots fighting the other G1 Decepticons. I can’t wait for the sequels
That\'s not a broken coffemaker. That\'s one of those potato peelers.
Hope to see more of the autobots
Joshua Viers on Instagram: “Here’s a Decepticon concept for #bumblebeemovie When I was a kid I loved the Decepticons that had Autobot coloration. . . . . .…”
Not Video. But adam.glam on instagram have them.
I know I saw them
Concept Art from Brett Northcutt
Cybertron planet view
Now that's beautiful
That’s not cybertron it’s ugly
This is a way better cybertron
Both are based on a not so pretty g1 Cybertron lol (also war-torn planets usually aren't all that pretty, unless of course, you think wars are nice and clean)
Now... If you want to see ugly.....
the movie 1-5 one was nothing but hexagons
also, only real difference between the Cybertron from BB and WFC is that one has bright neon colors around the cracks and the other has a golden light coming from the larger gaps , like the one in g1
Meh it doesn’t not even close the G1 cybertron has very large gaps not slit ones and I really hate the yellow color it no just no the game and prime version of cybertron tops but the honeycomb one pretty
Bumblebee's Cybertron is probably my favorite depiction of Cybertron ever. Somehow it manages to actually look like a proper planet, while still being recognizable as Cybertron from the cartoon. It's just a great design. Plus, the way the yellow glow was used as a light source for surface shots was brilliant and beautiful.
I do like the WFC/FOC take on it also. I think it's a neat modernization, although I miss the yellow glow. It works as a more subdued and gritty design though. I don't like the DOTM hexagon Cybertron. Despite the fact that it's a live-action movie, it ironically feels the least tangible and realistic to me. It feels like some kind of alien superstructure the Enterprise crew would encounter, but not an inhabited planet. If there was more to the backstory I might be able to get into it (like, maybe if it was an ancient superstructure the Transformers took refuge on), but as a Cybertron design it's kind of bland.
Helps that they made the surface look like it has buildings and roadways. makes ya think "yeah, I can see prime and bee living here"
Nah the blue glow is better then yellow the surface from the games and prime more advanced then the old
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