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Some small information about movie sketches ...

Transformers News: Some small information about movie sketches ...

Wednesday, July 20th, 2005 10:41AM CDT

Categories: Movie News, Rumors
Posted by: Seibertron   Views: 23,673
I'm not sure that we really gain much from this message from one of this site's long time visitors, Hayden, but it makes for a very interesting read nonetheless. I wasn't sure where to place this info so I decided to put it in the Rumors section for now.

Hi there. I am a long time reader, but first time poster to this site.

I have a bit of interesting news from inside the halls of Dreamworks. My friend works there and actually got his hands on the first set of sketch books for both the Autobots and Decepticons. He said there were DVDs with the books too but he wasn't able to see those. He made the comment that the first sketches look a bit different than the original look from G1. He made the comment that they look much more moderized, and have a terminator style look. Again he pointed out the sketches were the first ones and only concepts.

He also did mention though that while he heard the original script only called for about 4 Autobots (Prime, Bumble, Jazz, Ratchet) there was a "pink" colored autobot character that he forgot the name of in the sketches that looked "chick" like. However he also said that ALL the robots would be non gender specific anyway. So Im not sure what that all means.

Anyway, [my friend] is a good guy and I trust what he says. Much of this info is probably not a big deal, but I just thought it was interesting that he said the first set of sketches were done [and] on their way over to the execs very soon!

Hope you find the info as interesting as I did!


Thanks for sharing this information with us Hayden and thanks for continuing to be a visitor of SEIBERTRON.com!
Credit(s): Hayden
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