Discussion in 'Transformers 3rd Party Discussion' started by daimchoc, Jul 15, 2017.
But what do the two paints taste like?
Glad it was helpful!
I have both (and the G2) and have done a full comparison including pics. The link is in my sig.
OK @Bugste81, sorry I'm a few days late lol
Toon head on toy body, toy head on toon body. I'm sure it's the first more ppl are wanting to see!
Also whilst I'm here, Matthias Hubertinen on FB pointed out you can miss transform Dragstrip's legs to be more toy accurate:
It does leave the lower leg open but it's another way to differentate the two and an awesome find!
you made my decision an easy one.... XTB
@TigerBlade with the wheels out on Drag Strip can you still have the little bits above the tires out too? not awake yet so don't know if I'm making sense.
Yes you sure can
Yes he can
Is the gun from the toy version the same color as the toon version?
Gravestone is looking better than expected. The extra contours give it a slightly more dynamic look than the blocky looking G1 model. The metallic purple on the vehicle mode looks really cool. It screams Decepticon. Now I want to get Gravestone and Roadking.
Wow, thats great. I actually wanted to see how this looked when they first announced the toy version. Man, if they released the toy version with an extra toon head I would buy it in a heartbeat. Looks so cool. I'm assuming it still transforms fine?
Brilliant. Thank's very much. The painted cream looks really smart. I really like the toy versions but space and money are a limit (specialy this time of year) however a fully painted version of Crackup + the cool G1 style box is very tempting!
Roadking had the arms improved with some paint apps to fit a masterpiece aesthetic so they don't look like cheap bare plastic. Here's hoping Gravestone does as well.
Breakdown I'm not sure, cartoon version gun is still in the box. Dragstrip they're definitely different.
Should do, they look pretty much the same size.
Thanks, they looked different in the pictures, just wanted to double check.
I can't remember if toon is painted or bare plastic. If it's bare then it'll be different as the toy looks painted. Probably similar to how the blue looks on each figure but I'll dig the box out tomorrow evening and check.
Haha you're right! I meant looks nicer
Do you mind doing head swap for Drat Strip as well?
Crack Up looks great with the head swap
Do you even have to transform the shoulders and hood flap on Overheat out of alt mode to robot mode? Wondering if those steps are even necessary and hinder poseability or if they just amount to a visual preference.
I don't transform either part and the only limit to articulation is the hood flap gets in the way of some of the more extreme poses and a bit of the waist rotation.
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