The Transtopia section of Seibertron.com seems to have calmed down a bit this past week, but we still have enough to show in this edition of the creative round-up! Presenting the products of the creators, in terms of comics, photos, art, customs, repaints, kitbashes and more - all Transformers goodness (in some way, at least). Check them out below, and leave the users some feedback, too. Until next time, folks.
And it's that time of the week again, when here at Seibertron.com we round up all the creative output from the Transtopia section of the boards, for everyone to bask in their glory! We have Transformers fan art, repaints, mods, customs, comics, photos, funnies and even prose - and check out the return of some brick builds, too. Make sure to leave a comment in the original threads if you like what you see, and we'll be back next week.
What do you mean it's not Sunday? Every day is a creative Transformers day, here at Seibertron.com! And with the beginning of a new week, we take a look at the amazing products of the Transtopia section, from kitbashes to artwork to photos and customs - we got it all. And if you're wondering how the roundup or Transtopia work, check out the Handy Guide on How to Transtopia!
It's another Sunday here in some parts of Seibertron.com, and the creativity in the Transtopia section really does show that Transformers: Age of Extinction toys are finally showing up: we have an Optimus overflow, cap'n. Check out some pretty cool customs, fan-art, comics, strips, fiction, funny pics and a new photo-based game - all rounded up in one handy post. Make sure to comment on the single threads if you like what you see!
Yes, we did take another break. But we wanted to make sure we could bring you the best Transformers customs, artwork, photos, fictions and builds from Seibertron.com's own Transtopia section! And sometimes, that takes an extra week to flesh out a whole post - but, without further ado, keep on reading below, leave comments on the single threads, answer fellow users in need of help and let us know if you think we've missed anything!
And we're back! We took a week off from bringing you updates from the Transtopia section of Seibertron.com, but my did it pay off. Check out below the slew of amazing Transformers customs, repaints, adorable builds, gorgeous artwork, okay-I-guess comics and more. As always, if you like what you see, comment either here or in the feature's own thread, as they're all linked to this post.
Papercraft is a form of art in which beautiful and sometimes complex models are constructed out of nothing but some paper and tape (or glue). While the beginning may just seem like a bunch of pieces of cut paper, the end result however, can be breathtaking.
Papercraft can come from official sources, such as Takara Tomy, when they made a set of couches for their Arms Micron figures to sit on, which can be seen here. Or Takara Tomy's Energon cube insert for Masterpiece Soundwave, which can be seen here. Heck, they even made a trailer for their version of Weaponizer Optimus Prime in their Arms Micron line!
However, the magic really happens when the fans put their imaginations to good use and work outside the confines of corporate papercraft options and create something fun and awesome, such as the Chibi Jet Vehicons, which you can see here.
If you're looking for a masterpiece of Transformers papercraft, look no further!
War For Cybertron Optimus Prime looks to be that papercraft masterpiece and even has articulated fingers! Started in 2011, this project has been a labor of love for Laurent and it's taken him nearly three years to make this happen. Not only is it now completed and he wants to share the showcase of his work, but he also included the files necessary for you to create your own!
I deliberately cut the model into several parts, for ease of viewing files during installation, but also a question of weight ... file textures are accurate, but suddenly it eats bytes!
The finished robot is about 40cm (15.75 inches) high. You can choose between hands for hinged wildest of you ... oops ... and simplified in the extreme (just 4 blocks) hands.
We've mirrored a few of the images and provided links to the files here, but we'd like for you to visit his blog to see the entire figure and read his post on how it all came to be. You can do that by clicking this link: http://paperlaul.com/blog/2014/04/optim ... robot.html (Please note that the blog is in French, you'll need a translation tool to read it in your language. Google Chrome has one built right in.)
We have not been resting on last week's amazing Transformers customs and artwork, fiction and builds - we're simply a little behind on posting this weeks's roundup. But fear no longer! Check out below all the recent output from the Transtopia section of Seibertron.com, make sure to comment on what you like, and send us a PM if you think we've missed something.
First Sunday of a new month! It looks like Spring is bringing some bigger works out of the soil, with the majority of Transformers customs in Seibertron.com's Transtopia section featuring combiners - including some papercraft stuff, too. Make sure to check out artwork, prose fiction and photocomics as well, everyone involved on our creative side works really hard. Read on!
Another Sunday, another roundup! Spring has sprung in most of the northern hemisphere, clocks have gone forward and Transformers customs, artwork, fiction and photos have populated the Transtopia section of Seibertron.com. Check out below the output of the past week, and make sure to comment if you like what you see.
In order to comply with the FTC's endorsement guidelines, we hereby inform this site's viewers that we occasionally receive sample products, content, or other forms of media from various companies in order for us to provide content of interest to our readers. Some of the content on this site are sponsored posts for which we have been compensated. Some of the links to external sites posted on this site may automatically be converted to an affiliate link for which we may be compensated. We are a participant in several affiliate programs with retailers such as Amazon, Walmart, Target, eBay, and other affiliate programs. These affiliate advertising programs are designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to those affiliated sites.