The Transformers Scale Project

Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Locke, Dec 11, 2011.

  1. Noideaforaname

    Noideaforaname Pico, let's go up to Zuma

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    BotBots! No reason these can't be included in this thread.

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    Clogstopper : 1/16 Scale

    Toy alt mode = 1.5", Bot height = 2"
    Plunger = 24" (2')
    Robot Height = 32" (3')

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    Chilla Gorilla : 1/6 Scale
    Toy alt mode = 1.25", Bot height = 1"
    Headphones (width) = 7.5"
    Robot Height = 6"

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    Nobeeoh : 1/4 Scale
    Toy alt mode = 1.25", Bot height = 1.5"
    Deodorant = 5.75"
    Robot Height = 6"

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    Overpack : 1/16 Scale
    Toy alt mode = 1.1", Bot height = 1.5"
    Backpack = 17.5"
    Robot Height = 24"

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    Nope Soap : 1/2 Scale
    Toy alt mode = 1.5", Bot height = 1.25"
    Soap Bar = 3"
    Robot Height = 2.5"

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    Bogus Pocus : 1/7 Scale
    Toy alt mode = 1.25", Bot height = 1.4"
    Book (Harry Potter 7) = 9.25"
    Robot Height = 10"

    Repaints in this line can be a bit weird with scale. Like, Be-Oh would be the same as Nobeeoh, while the book-bots would probably vary a bit, but Clogstopper's not at all going to match his upcoming handbell repaint.
     
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  2. Fallout

    Fallout crack pipes needles pcp and fast cars

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    Studio Series Dropkick is 4.5 inches long in alt mode, 1973 AMC javelin is 192.3 inches long, giving us 1/43 scale. same scale as shatter!
     
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    Anyone know what scale CW Hot Spot and Onslaught are?
     
  4. Fallout

    Fallout crack pipes needles pcp and fast cars

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    Pontiac Solstice is 157 inches long, MPM jazz is 5.5 inches long for a scale of 1/29, the same scale as MPM bumblebee and barricade. A1, hasbro! and at a height of 14 cm in robot mode, his real height would be... 13 feet. man, he's short.

    thanks to @Whisper for the MPM jazz measurements!
     
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  5. SideswipeFriend2005

    SideswipeFriend2005 Mirror Universe Counterpart

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    Gotta ask, are there any figures that fit into 1:18th scale? Want to see if there are any joe compatible Tfs
     
  6. Fallout

    Fallout crack pipes needles pcp and fast cars

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    prime first edition arcee is 1/17, so good enough? lol
     
  7. Fallout

    Fallout crack pipes needles pcp and fast cars

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    gmc topkick - 264 inches long
    mpm ironhide - 9.7 inches long

    mpm ironhide - 1/27 scale
     
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  8. ZYXD

    ZYXD Shattered Glass Sharkticon

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    Am I glad I bumped into this thread! I've always been really curious about a realistic scaled movie collection but didn't know where to start.

    Looking around here, I bumped into a lot of pictures of similar collections, but the cars (Bumblebee, Barricade, Jazz, etc.) as microscopic Legends/Legion Class figures, but I'm looking to keep those characters at around Deluxe Scale as a reference point.

    I can't decide whether to go with 1/32 or 1/45, but it looks like a lot of Studio Series figures are going for the latter apart from the larger characters like the Constructicons and Grimlock. Granted, some cross-continuity scale would be nice, and I've already got loads of Generations figures (God Ginrai and the Siege tractor trailers certainly go well together, for example). Any recommendations for what size class and/or which figures I should be looking out for?
     
  9. Olivus Prime

    Olivus Prime Space Ranger

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    I averaged MPM Ironhide out at 1/30, are you sure you were using the right model of Topkick?