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15 Jan 2013
You know that plastic that's used for windows in toy boxes? Aside from scavenging, where might I buy that? Really not even sure what to look for.
30 Aug 2012
I don't get in here very often, so I'm not sure if this has been discussed (didn't see anything in my short search), but I found this over on IO9.com:
Looks like there was going to be a TF/DC crossover before the whole New 52 thing started. Looks like it could have been pretty cool.
16 Jul 2012
I ran across this today, and thought it would be of interest.
Some of you may remember back in March of 2011, the Children's Museum of Indianapolis added Bumblebee to their permanent collection. Now, they are asking everyone to vote on the top 20 toys out of 100 from thier collection, and Transformers are included!
From their website:
The Children’s Museum has scoured its collection and chose 100 of its most iconic and classic objects that have defined American childhood in the last century. Everyone has a story to share about their favorite toys from childhood, whether it’s about finding a high-demand Cabbage Patch Doll ® in the ‘80s, waging battles with toy soldiers in the ‘60s, or collecting Beanie Babies ® in the ‘90s.
We’re inviting you to share your toy memories and vote on the favorite toys you had as a child. You can vote for as many toys as you want each day. We will feature 20 new toys per week for five weeks, so be sure to come back every week to vote. If you have a story about a toy, we hope you will share it with us and also share it with your children, parents, friends, and followers.
The top 20 toys with the most votes will be put on display in the museum in September. Voting will continue for one month to determine the people’s choice top toy from childhood. We will also continue to collect and feature toy stories on our website.
You can vote for Transformers (represented by G1 Optimus Prime) here.
15 Jul 2012
I'm beginning work on a repaint using RtS Cyclonus, and I'm running into a bit of a problem. One of the things I want to do is remove Cyclonus' rabbit ears. This will be display only, so I'm not worried about them missing in vehicle mode. I found that these are on a separate piece, easily removed, but doing so leaves a gaping hole in his head. To fill the hole and prep it for painting, I rolled out some Sculptey and put it where the removed part was, put the head back together, and sculpted and smoothed it so it was smooth with the rest of the head. I placed the head in the freezer to firm up the Sculptey so I wouldn't come apart when I reopened the head, then baked the new piece in the oven for 15 minutes.
After cooling, I attempted to fit the new piece into the head, but found that it had shrunk and slightly distorted. So, since I'm really not really up-to-speed on this kind of work, did I do something wrong? Should I have done something else to cure the piece? Is there a better way to do what I'm trying to do here?
Any help is appreciated.
20 Dec 2011
Not too bad for losing all of my drawing supplies (IMG:style_emoticons/default/icon-hotrod.gif) Hope you like it!
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