More eBay Auctions for Transformers G1 Production Art
Monday, August 6th, 2018 1:47PM CDTCategories: Collectables, Auctions
Posted by: ZeroWolf Views: 7,099
Transformers G1 original production art Episode 1 the Ark and Mount St Hilary
Transformers G1 original production COPY Cybertron*
Transformers G1 original production COPY The Ark launch site*
Transformers G1 original production art Episode 1 Deception Ship
* Please read the item descriptions on these.
Also James hopes to raise enough funds to be able to bring more production art to the fans, with his set on never before seen model sheets from 1986's Transformers: The Movie!
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Posted by Va'al on October 10th, 2018 @ 3:02am CDT
This time, the auctions up on eBay feature the likes of Hound, Brawn, Sunstreaker, Ironhide, Cliffjumper, the inside and outside of the Ark as it crashed on Earth, the oil rig from the first episode in the series, the Cybertron terminal, and a lovely cel print of Cybertron itself, in its lineart glory.
Not included in the auctions, as James will be keeping it for himself, is a concept piece for Cliffjumper, as explained below:
Here I present a never-before-seen concept illustration (circa 1983) of the Autobot CLIFFJUMPER by Marvel Productions! - Included in the huge batch of Marvel Productions' Transformers artwork I acquired were a bunch of concept illustrations which appear to be the EARLIEST renditions of certain characters - These illustrations were definitely created in-house at Marvel Productions, and were definitely based on the toys - HOWEVER, it would appear that the artist was taking HUGE liberties with their robot forms - Those I've shown these illustrations to agree that it's quite possible that they relate to the shelved pilot-script that Jeffry Scott wrote titled "A Robot's Best Friend Is His Dog"
Posted by RiddlerJ on October 10th, 2018 @ 7:16am CDT