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Sunday, April 23rd 2006 9:31pm CDT
Categories: Movie Related News
, People News
Posted by: Hotrod
Ain't It Cool News and TFW2005
Ain't It Cool News
has posted a new interview with Michael Bay, director of the new upcoming Transformers Movie. The interview was conducted by Quint. Quint's interview revealed some new information about the movie. Some of the information revealed is: original voice actors are being auditioned, there is already test art for Optimus Prime and Scorponok, a teaser trailer is coming July 4th, descriptions of some test footage opening scene, a chase scene with Optimus Prime, and information about a teaser poster. Read the entire interview with Michael Bay at Ain't It Cool News
Saturday, April 22nd 2006 3:04pm CDT
Categories: Site News
Posted by: Darth Bombshell
Darth Bombshell, Delta Star
You may not have heard of Reprolabels.com, but they provide a fabulous service to the fans of our favourite Robots in Disguise. Providing the fans with the opportunity to acquire sticker sheets, the good folks at Reprolabels revive a lost art from the early days of the Transformers toys: applying stickers to improve their design and, overall, making them just look cooler. One of Reprolabels most well known contributors is Delta Star
, who has kindly agreed to give an interview with yours truly. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about Delta Star and Reprolabels by clicking here
Saturday, April 22nd 2006 2:23am CDT
Categories: Digital Media News
Posted by: Alex Kingdom
Since 2002 artist Scott Campbell has been creating some very interesting sculptures using mistransformed and dismantled Transformers! He explaines his 'Misformers' line of artwork thusly:
TransFormers are shining examples of functionality. They transform from useful machines into even greater robots capable of god like feats. As a model for the transition from a boy to a man, a TransFormer is a pretty tough act to follow. The MisFormers series brings some balance to the idea and represents the multitude of humans and social realities stuck somewhere in the middle. No longer a car but not quite becoming the world saving robot either.
The MisFormers Project started as a brief glance at the inability of many industrialized societies to raise socially functional male adults. However, it quickly developed to act as a platform to explore a much wider range of issues related to social dynamics.
Besides all that, I like the complexity of the mythology and the internationality of the visual language of the TransFormers as a material. I love the way they feel and the colour as well as the sound they make when they shift from one pose to another
For the first time Scotts work has been published online at PingMag.jp
. The article displays his artwork as well an interview with the artist on the ideas and motivation behind his work.
What every you think of Scotts Art it has certainly sparked a lot of interest and debate on our Toys forum, leave your comments below.