Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Shockwavers, Jan 9, 2019.
Ooh, those are nice! Very dynamic, and cool colors.
Decepticon Tirple Changer by Shane Baxley
SHANE BAXLEY on Instagram: “I’d always wanted to see a #boss302 #mustang in the #transformers world. Then I used the #a10warthog to make him a triple changer. Sadly…”
Not triple-changers Shatter and Dropkick by Shane Baxley.
SHANE BAXLEY on Instagram: “#keyframe #illustration that got cut from #Bumblebee I borrowed the rendering of Shatter from @shyftdesign #transformers #shanebaxley -…”
One more Military Bee (Added to the previous post with the other three):
It's cool, but it's got 5 tailfins...?
Why is there so many Jeep Bumblebee concepts? They had a hard time choosing the right design didn’t they?
Man, I can NOT pin this down. I think it's a Frankenstein of various jets. Pretty sure there's an Italian F-35 in there, but there's also a lot of major parts that are definitely not from an F-35 (like the engines and intakes).
Well they're artists.They always have like a million designs before it even starts to look like the one they eventually choose.
I'm struck by how much more imposing and ominous shatter looks with the plane bits bulking her up, but without looking "heavy" (if that's a good word for it?). The model looks so light and fragile in this sketch, compared to the finished product.
I'd rather prefer Thundercracker as recolored Starscream.
the head on the greenish one is incredibly tiny!
I can see that concept as Thundercracker.
That would make a decent Thrust.
"Sir, you look... robust"
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