It's time for another report on the amazing creativity of the community! These fantastic contributions are always welcomed and we want to encourage everyone to keep 'em coming! Now let us begin:
We start with Customs and this Dark of the Moon Shockwave has received a heavy metallic treatment from Paul053. To see more of this custom click an image to follow to the full gallery!
Continuing the DOTM Decepticon theme, we have a leader class Megatron from Leathful.Designs. This Robot Replica styled masterpiece is heavily customized and very screen accurate! Click the image below for more information on this beast!
Both of these impressive customs are currently for sale on www.ebay.com, but you gotta hit the forums for information so check them out!
Had to go back to dig out this sketch of Transformers Prime Starscream. This near heart warming image was crafted by Dinomask.
Alright Seibertron, where are the rest of our artists?
Our resident photoshopper Godzillabot is steady at it! This talented fellow has worked up a desirable Generations Rattrap! Be sure to contact this Seibertronian for requests in his ever growing Megathread by clicking here.
I just want to take the time to let people know how works in progress are treated in these round ups. WIPs are NOT over looked, they are just not featured until they are complete. This is because some projects can take months and updates can be few and far between. As such, I encourage people to browse our Transtopia Forums and follow any WIP threads. I also encourage those sharing WIPs to drop a line to either myself or one of the News Crew when their work is finished as sometimes things slip through the cracks.
In our last update Jin Saotome took us into an apocalyptic future to bring us End of the Road Bumblebee. He returned again and this time brought back from the end of the world Wheeljack, Ultra Magnus and Shockwave.
All of a sudden a barrage of plasma and other energies flew through the air taking the Decepticons by surprise causing Megatron to drop me to fire back at the onslaught of Autobot shells.
“Where did that useless excuse for a mech go?”
“It doesn’t matter just follow that Autobot ship we cannot let them escape to gather more energon!” Megatron shouted as they ran past the battling armies not noticing me as I ran up beside their ship jumping inside the storage compartments.
How the project works: We think of ourselves as made-up "1987 cartoon show writers, hired as new writers of the original Transformers cartoon." Not only do we see it from that time-perspective, but also we continue the show's natural toy-character-introductory process. However, instead of being allowed to use *ONLY* G1 toy-characters of that year, we use them at least mostly, with out-of-production characters allowed to have a smaller amount of usage. As a G1 cartoon writer on-staff, one would use their own judgement on "how much Hasbro would allow that, as they'd want their current-year toy-characters mostly used and promoted." Later virtual seasons would be "done in 1988," and so on, following the same rules.
And that's it for the week folks! Check out the contributions, give them feedback, contribute yourself, and check back for our next update (hopefully next week). Until them, i'm going to go have something to eat and attach big guns to a repainted Alternator Silverstreak!
Unfortunately I am unable to provide pics of the next batch of customs as they were uploaded to the Seibertron.com forums and i've yet to work out how to share those pics. If you want to be featured in the weekly round up with pics, I highly recommend a image sharing website like Photobucket or Flickr. Makes my job easier!
I'd like to start off this week with an apology to -Kanrabat- for overlooking him last week, even when I was following the project!
So ... if you haven't followed -Kanrabat's- work it's very out of left field, and after many weeks of taking us through the build process he finally unveiled his latest Frankenstein creation ... Apetimus Supreme.
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