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Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Sunday, February 15th, 2015 4:12PM CST

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Metal Earth is one of the newest Hasbro licensees and they have brought their product line for display at Toy Fair 2015. These are 3D models that you put together! As of right now, the roster of releases includes:

Bumblebee
Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Megatron
Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Optimus Prime
Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

And last, but not least, Soundwave
Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

And the Toy Fair Display
Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

Transformers News: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled

These are currently available for preorder on BBTS right now. They're priced at $11.99 each and due to be released in April.

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651780)
Posted by Madeus Prime on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:35pm CST
Okay, so are these things articulated? Transformable? Or are they just static and you see what you get?
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651782)
Posted by DMSL on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:40pm CST
Small statues basically.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651784)
Posted by Burn on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:43pm CST
Madeus Prime wrote:Okay, so are these things articulated? Transformable? Or are they just static and you see what you get?

I'm guessing some articulation, but definitely not transformable.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651790)
Posted by LOST Cybertronian on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:49pm CST
I like the look of these guys
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Posted by SW's SilverHammer on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:52pm CST
They're metal panel model kits
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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651793)
Posted by Noideaforaname on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:53pm CST
I did a Titanic model from this or some other similar company. It was an interesting, time-consuming experience. I wouldn't mind getting Soundwave at some point, both because he's the coolest and seemingly easiest of the lot.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651794)
Posted by Burn on February 15th, 2015 @ 4:59pm CST
SW's SilverHammer wrote:They're metal panel model kits
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Do they just clip together?
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651797)
Posted by Ultra Markus on February 15th, 2015 @ 5:02pm CST
ooh shiny!
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651802)
Posted by Optimizzy on February 15th, 2015 @ 5:14pm CST
Um, those are cool kits and for 11.99 for a neat display piece? yeah, I'll bite.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651803)
Posted by SW's SilverHammer on February 15th, 2015 @ 5:15pm CST
Burn wrote:
SW's SilverHammer wrote:They're metal panel model kits
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Do they just clip together?

They bend, fold and tab together. I've wanted to get one, but they kinda look scary in that i could screw up horrifically with even a minor misstep.
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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651815)
Posted by ScottyP on February 15th, 2015 @ 5:47pm CST
Non articulated. Designs shown here we were told are 'not final'. The display cases are also being offered for sale as kits and are quite neat!
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651821)
Posted by Burn on February 15th, 2015 @ 5:55pm CST
SW's SilverHammer wrote:
Burn wrote:
SW's SilverHammer wrote:They're metal panel model kits
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Do they just clip together?

They bend, fold and tab together. I've wanted to get one, but they kinda look scary in that i could screw up horrifically with even a minor misstep.
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So close to biting the bullet just to see what they're like. Definitely different and not something I've seen before.
*goes to check bank balance*
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651826)
Posted by Moosey on February 15th, 2015 @ 6:04pm CST
SW's SilverHammer wrote:
Burn wrote:
SW's SilverHammer wrote:They're metal panel model kits
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Do they just clip together?

They bend, fold and tab together. I've wanted to get one, but they kinda look scary in that i could screw up horrifically with even a minor misstep.
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Yeah, don't buy these things. I purchased the r2d2 kit and I think the millennium falcon ones a couple of months ago, and the tabs broke IMMEDIATELY halfway through like the second step. Definitely not worth buying.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651827)
Posted by Burn on February 15th, 2015 @ 6:05pm CST
ThatOneMoose wrote:Yeah, don't buy these things. I purchased the r2d2 kit and I think the millennium falcon ones a couple of months ago, and the tabs broke IMMEDIATELY halfway through like the second step. Definitely not worth buying.

hmmmm that's one negative. Anyone else have experience with these things?

Given the dollar conversion and postage I don't want to be shelling out nearly $40 (rough guess) on something that might break easily.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651845)
Posted by Zeedust on February 15th, 2015 @ 6:47pm CST
Do some Beast Wars guys or something and maybe I'll think about it. Until then, easy pass.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651848)
Posted by Noideaforaname on February 15th, 2015 @ 6:51pm CST
I don't recall anything breaking on me when I was building the Titanic kit, but they are very involved with lots of teeny bits you have to carefully fiddle with.


Nemesis Primal wrote:Do some Beast Wars guys or something and maybe I'll think about it. Until then, easy pass.

Given you have to bend and twist metal, I think it best they stick with very blocky forms.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651857)
Posted by alternator77 on February 15th, 2015 @ 7:14pm CST
ive always seen these things in the store and thought to my self "when are they going to do some transformers?" my wish has been granted and ill be buying these as long as they keep making them. :APPLAUSE:
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651865)
Posted by Peridot on February 15th, 2015 @ 8:01pm CST
My friend has a couple of kits like these. They seem like a perfect recipe for finger cuts.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651877)
Posted by CrankyOldTruck on February 15th, 2015 @ 8:38pm CST
YES!!! I'm snatching up this entire line. So stoked that Metal Earth is attempting this.

All right, for you nay-sayers and those who are insanely curious:
These are NOT for the following - 1) Small children. Aw hell, I wouldn't give something like these to anyone under 15 to be honest 2)People with no patience. If you have no patience, you WILL screw these up. 3) Folks with no hand/eye coordination or a delicate touch. See point # 2 for the end result of such circumstances. And 4) which goes along with #3 actually, people with no grasp whatsoever of basic metal work. This **** is not paper, it does not react like paper or cardboard so if you are expecting it to then all previous points will come into play and your hopes for completion will come crashing down on you and you will screw this up.

Since I happen to meet or exceed all requirements and love these little mini statues and have all appropriate tools to work them (which I suppose should have been Point #5), I'll be snatching this stuff up!
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651918)
Posted by Zeedust on February 15th, 2015 @ 11:07pm CST
Noideaforaname wrote:
Nemesis Primal wrote:Do some Beast Wars guys or something and maybe I'll think about it. Until then, easy pass.

Given you have to bend and twist metal, I think it best they stick with very blocky forms.

A fair point (though Optimal Optimus might be blocky enough to work), but let me rephrase: It'd be nice if they did some of these for those of us who have an attachment to something else rather than G1. I'm sure there's a handful that would work. Tankor comes to mind. RiD (2001) Ultra Magnus might work too, but that's probably irrelevant because he's not the "real" Magnus.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651940)
Posted by Valandar on February 16th, 2015 @ 12:14am CST
Nemesis Primal wrote:
Noideaforaname wrote:
Nemesis Primal wrote:Do some Beast Wars guys or something and maybe I'll think about it. Until then, easy pass.

Given you have to bend and twist metal, I think it best they stick with very blocky forms.

A fair point (though Optimal Optimus might be blocky enough to work), but let me rephrase: It'd be nice if they did some of these for those of us who have an attachment to something else rather than G1. I'm sure there's a handful that would work. Tankor comes to mind. RiD (2001) Ultra Magnus might work too, but that's probably irrelevant because he's not the "real" Magnus.

As long as it's something OTHER than Beast Wars. The show was good, but I HATED the entire toy line. RID, Unicron Trilogy, Animated, Prime? Fine by me. Beast Wars / Beast Machines? BLECCHHH.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651941)
Posted by Burn on February 16th, 2015 @ 12:17am CST
CrankyOldTruck wrote:YES!!! I'm snatching up this entire line. So stoked that Metal Earth is attempting this.

All right, for you nay-sayers and those who are insanely curious:
These are NOT for the following - 1) Small children. Aw hell, I wouldn't give something like these to anyone under 15 to be honest 2)People with no patience. If you have no patience, you WILL screw these up. 3) Folks with no hand/eye coordination or a delicate touch. See point # 2 for the end result of such circumstances. And 4) which goes along with #3 actually, people with no grasp whatsoever of basic metal work. This **** is not paper, it does not react like paper or cardboard so if you are expecting it to then all previous points will come into play and your hopes for completion will come crashing down on you and you will screw this up.

Since I happen to meet or exceed all requirements and love these little mini statues and have all appropriate tools to work them (which I suppose should have been Point #5), I'll be snatching this stuff up!

1 - Definitely over 15
2 - I think I'd have enough patience for it.
3 - OKay this might be a bit questionable for me. :lol:
4 - I don't know if I could say I have the basics or not
5 - I work for an engineering company, I'll just go steal some tools from the Fitters. Image
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1651943)
Posted by Burn on February 16th, 2015 @ 12:20am CST
Nemesis Primal wrote:
Noideaforaname wrote:
Nemesis Primal wrote:Do some Beast Wars guys or something and maybe I'll think about it. Until then, easy pass.

Given you have to bend and twist metal, I think it best they stick with very blocky forms.

A fair point (though Optimal Optimus might be blocky enough to work), but let me rephrase: It'd be nice if they did some of these for those of us who have an attachment to something else rather than G1. I'm sure there's a handful that would work. Tankor comes to mind. RiD (2001) Ultra Magnus might work too, but that's probably irrelevant because he's not the "real" Magnus.

Found Taranulas for you! Image
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652099)
Posted by no-one on February 16th, 2015 @ 11:26am CST
I've put the R2D2 one together. It was a long an tedious process, but enjoyable. Probably only if you enjoy model kits. I never broke a piece or cut myself and I had to unbend a few tabs when I skipped a step or two. I used two different needle nose pliers. One very thin and the other a little more beefy for some of the harder bend/folds.

I haven't made the time for the Millennium Falcon yet. I got them both on clearance at bed bath and beyond.

Is is just me or do they resemble the MP line? Is that a possible MP Megatron reveal?
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652124)
Posted by Peridot on February 16th, 2015 @ 12:59pm CST
carytheone wrote:Is is just me or do they resemble the MP line? Is that a possible MP Megatron reveal?

Bumblebee doesn't really look like the MP version. It's just a greebly version of the G1 character model. Megatron looks like a beefier MP-05 Megs. I think they just had orders from Hasbro to make "G1 characters" and MP10 and MP05 just happened to be the most easily available reference materials.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652155)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 16th, 2015 @ 2:24pm CST
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You know what this reminds me of?

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652262)
Posted by Zeedust on February 16th, 2015 @ 6:42pm CST
Valandar wrote:As long as it's something OTHER than Beast Wars. The show was good, but I HATED the entire toy line. RID, Unicron Trilogy, Animated, Prime? Fine by me. Beast Wars / Beast Machines? BLECCHHH.


You and I are destined for conflict.



:lol:

Well done, Burn. :APPLAUSE:
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652263)
Posted by donny1975 on February 16th, 2015 @ 6:51pm CST
These look great, I think they will man my desk at work! I have seen the metal earth series and Barnes and Noble and thought they were were kind of kewl but only ever saw architectural kits...haven't seen the star wars stuff yet.

But I haven't looked, will def be looking for these guys though.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652273)
Posted by Moosey on February 16th, 2015 @ 7:16pm CST
carytheone wrote:I've put the R2D2 one together. It was a long an tedious process, but enjoyable. Probably only if you enjoy model kits. I never broke a piece or cut myself and I had to unbend a few tabs when I skipped a step or two. I used two different needle nose pliers. One very thin and the other a little more beefy for some of the harder bend/folds.

I haven't made the time for the Millennium Falcon yet. I got them both on clearance at bed bath and beyond.

Is is just me or do they resemble the MP line? Is that a possible MP Megatron reveal?


Interesting. I have done Gundam Model Kits and a couple of years ago did an Empire State Building model out of thin wood. Perhaps I'm just not used to working with metal as a material. I might give the transformers a try, maybe I'll be able to build them easier given my prior "experience." I may not buy them though, given the awesomeness that is combiner wars.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652283)
Posted by no-one on February 16th, 2015 @ 7:57pm CST
If anyone us by interested here is my finished R2D2.

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The hardest parts are when you have to round out pieces. I found the back of the needle nose to work well.

The tools I used.

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I used the smaller pair the most and the tappered back really helped round out bits. I used the larger pair for more torque on some folds and when the tabs had to be twisted.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652333)
Posted by LOST Cybertronian on February 16th, 2015 @ 10:45pm CST
Yikes far too much work for my tastes but they do look good.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652358)
Posted by Valandar on February 17th, 2015 @ 12:06am CST
Those kits are also SUPER sharp. I tried to make one of them, and ended up with more cuts in my fingers than if I had been petting a porcupine.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1652459)
Posted by a Cobra Viper on February 17th, 2015 @ 11:03am CST
These look awesome. I've been wanting the Star Wars ones, but never dropped the cash for them.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1684927)
Posted by william-james88 on May 13th, 2015 @ 8:44am CDT
The Fascinations website has been updated with their upcoming Transformers Metal Earth 3D Model Kits, which were first seen at the 2015 US Toy Fair.

You can now go to the Transformer page at http://www.fascinations.com/transformers for more information. Make sure you click on the image of each model to see its 360 degree product view.

These Metal Earth kits are detailed DIY models that start as 4" square steel sheets and finish as 3D models. Use the instructions to pop out the pieces, bend the tabs and connect them at attachment points. The upcoming characters released are Megatron, Optimus, Soundwave, and Bumblebee and their images can be found below.

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1684930)
Posted by no-one on May 13th, 2015 @ 9:01am CDT
Definitely getting SW. I'm liking the look of OP as well. I have a couple of these and I enjoy putting them together.

Hahaha, Bee has skates!
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1684951)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 13th, 2015 @ 10:12am CDT
Would ya look at that. A toy of Bumblebee's grave marker. :P

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1684955)
Posted by dragons on May 13th, 2015 @ 10:23am CDT
Glad master piece bumble bee feet don't look like that
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Posted by Desslok2201 on May 13th, 2015 @ 12:13pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Would ya look at that. A toy of Bumblebee's grave marker. :P

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I was just thinking that these would be great in a display of fallen autobots or decepticons
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1687597)
Posted by LegendaryAntiHero on May 19th, 2015 @ 4:36pm CDT
I liked their Star Wars stuff. I'm eager to show how they tackle figures
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1787084)
Posted by william-james88 on May 5th, 2016 @ 7:42pm CDT
I finished my first model today: Megatron.

Its wasnt easy but it was pleasant once I got the right tools. I made a few mistakes here and there but overall it wa a fun experience and the end result is not bad. Here are a few pictures of my progress:

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1787092)
Posted by Ironhidensh on May 5th, 2016 @ 7:55pm CDT
What was your trick for the rounded parts? I didn't do so hot at those.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1787103)
Posted by william-james88 on May 5th, 2016 @ 8:29pm CDT
Ironhidensh wrote:What was your trick for the rounded parts? I didn't do so hot at those.


I used the a headphone jack. It had 3 diamateres so one usually worked and if not it gave a rounded shape that I could widen or make smaller after.

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1787938)
Posted by william-james88 on May 8th, 2016 @ 10:32pm CDT
I finished Soundwave which I am very proud of. I kicked ass on him and all his tiny ass parts, like Lazerbeak. Here is a breakdown of this model:

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Here is Lazrbeak

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He is so TINY!

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Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1787947)
Posted by Burn on May 8th, 2016 @ 10:44pm CDT
Biting the bullet and getting Prime. Not sure how I'll go with it, but hey, may as well have a go!
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Posted by william-james88 on May 8th, 2016 @ 10:45pm CDT
Burn wrote:Biting the bullet and getting Prime. Not sure how I'll go with it, but hey, may as well have a go!


Please let us know how it goes. And remember to get tweasers instead of the long nose pliers they indicate.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1788124)
Posted by Ironhidensh on May 9th, 2016 @ 2:20pm CDT
Tweezers are your friend.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1788502)
Posted by no-one on May 10th, 2016 @ 6:09pm CDT
Well that settles that, Soundwave it is! That tiny metal Laserbeak is sweet.

I might just mount him on my face!
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1788516)
Posted by Burn on May 10th, 2016 @ 7:02pm CDT
Ironhidensh's Wife wrote:Tweezers are your friend.

She speaks from experience. *snickers*
I'm so fucking immature at times.
Re: Toy Fair US 2015 Coverage - Transformers G1 Metal Earth 3D Models Unveiled (1788522)
Posted by Ironhidensh on May 10th, 2016 @ 8:08pm CDT
Burn wrote:
Ironhidensh's Wife wrote:Tweezers are your friend.

She speaks from experience. *snickers*
I'm so **** immature at times.

If you brought nicer gifts when you visit, she wouldn't say that. [-(
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Posted by william-james88 on May 10th, 2016 @ 9:20pm CDT
carytheone wrote:Well that settles that, Soundwave it is! That tiny metal Laserbeak is sweet.

I might just mount him on my face!


He is so small, he could be worn as an earring.

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