Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Shockwavers, Jan 9, 2019.
Meh cybertron needs a complete upgrade then that look
Why do you always act like your opinions are FACTS and should be worshipped?
Your opinion is just as valid as everyone else’s here. Stop acting like yours is the only valid one.
Also please stop screaming “no!” In every thread!
I think you meant to say that to me, not her.
Well ugly was also another name for Cybertron. Just like Jetfire said our planet rhymed with dirt
Nope, I didn’t!
Oooh, is that Thundercracker's Cybertronian form?
There’s more transformers artwork on Instagram
More Cybertron from Brett Northcutt.
Really? What's the link?
Stephen Zavala (@alpha_step_art) • Instagram photos and videos
From Stephen Zavala's post on Arcee:
Yes! Thank you! I've been saying all of this forever. This quote should be framed and hung all around Hasbro's design department. I'm sick to death of overly feminine body-types and high-heels on female Transformers. It feels super dated, and makes me cringe at this point. As he said, it was definitely a product of the time. I wish we could get designers with this sensibility working in other mediums like comics and cartoons. The fact that Cyberverse has a Decepticon (Lugnut-lookalike) with purple lipstick in 2019 is just baffling to me (especially since that character is based on a design that lacked a mouth). You can make your female robots feminine without being blatant (or even downright stereotypical) about it.
Has anyone located any animated turntables of the other Cybertron cast, aside from Prime and Bee.
Right there with you buddy, they're supposed to be soldiers after all, just don't see the practical application for high heels on a war zone. Gotta love the Arcee and Shatter design
Thanks for sharing!
It's pretty cool design overall, but Arcee's face gives me nightmares.
I don't know. Are colored lips really sillier than a robot having a feminine shaped body for no reason?
Wheeljack looks kinda punky. Loving Arcee, Ironhide, Shocky, Ratchet and Ravage.
Of course this is all concept art. In the film he’s much nicer.
Really? I thought the face was fine, not too feminine yet not too weird like ROTF which had a light influence on the design, it's probably the Nizzi elements that makes her look kinda funky, yet not enough to get people nightmares, but I get your point man
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