Alt Mode Design for Titans Return Wolfwire by Emiliano Santalucia

Steve

Steve

Steve has been a member of the Allspark community since 2003. Spending part of his childhood abroad, he grew up watching a crazy combination of old and new cartoons like Beast Wars/Machines, Saint Seiya, various Gundam anime, Gargoyles, Dragon Ball Z, ThunderCats, Japan's Generation 1, Doug, and Batman Beyond to name a few.
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Via his Facebook account, artist Emiliano Santalucia has posted his concept art design of Titans Return Wolfwire’s wolf mode and its Titan Master cockpit design! The designs were created in collaboration with Hasbro design team for the Titans Return toy line. Take a look at the mirrored image below and be sure to join the discussion here in our Allspark forums!

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Still More G1 Toy Concept Art – Octane, Car Launchers, and “Erasers”

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Copper

Copper has been a fan of Transformers since age four, when she saw the 1986 movie on VHS and demanded to watch it again. You can find her on the forums (and elsewhere in the tubes) as Copper Bezel.
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Twitter user miiakira2017 has released still more images from early design phases of Diaclone or Generation 1 Transformers toys, including Octane, an unused concept for Car Robot or Autobot Car launchers, and figures described as “erasers”.

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Even More Diaclone and G1 Concept Art – Fortress X, Hun-Gurrr, Transforming Books, and More!

Magellan

Magellan

Magellan Mulligan has been a fan of Transformers for nearly as long as he can remember. He started taking a serious interest in Transformers near the tail end of G2, but it was Beast Wars that truly solidified his love for the franchise. He's been part of the online fan community since the late 90's, but has made the Allspark his primary home for the last several years under the username Vexwing.
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More Diaclone and early G1 concept art has been discovered once again via Twitter user @miiakira2017.

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Pete’s Robot Con: The Making of a Club & Convention Exclusive

Steve

Steve

Steve has been a member of the Allspark community since 2003. Spending part of his childhood abroad, he grew up watching a crazy combination of old and new cartoons like Beast Wars/Machines, Saint Seiya, various Gundam anime, Gargoyles, Dragon Ball Z, ThunderCats, Japan's Generation 1, Doug, and Batman Beyond to name a few.
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Pete’s Robot Convention was in full swing today and The Allspark staff was there to cover the convention and it’s most anticipated panel: The Making of a Club & Convention Exclusive…and boy did it deliver!

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More From Indiana Children’s Museum – Concepts, Test Shots, and Prototypes

Part of the Transformers display at the Indiana Children’s Museum involves the creation process of the toys. Starting from conceptualization, to design edits, to rapid and resin prototypes, test shots and finally the produced action figure, the exhibit gives a detailed explanation of each step along the way. It also has something interesting for fans that already know the process […]

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Young Optimus Prime/Orion Pax Concept Work from Guido Guidi

The road from concept to final product is a long, arduous one in the toy industry, and loads of unused materials get produced along the way. Today via his Twitter account, Transformers artist Guido Guidi gives us a look behind the scenes at this journey, as well as a few unused concepts for the design that would eventually become the […]

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“TF: Age of Extinction” Concept Art by Manser, Simmons, Bulgarov – POSSIBLE SPOILERS

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Tiffany has been helping to provide news and content for The Allspark for several years, such as coverage from San Diego Comic-Con and contents from Japanese Transformers-related reading materials.
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Art, art, and ART! Who doesn’t love to see the evolution of concept art for films? How about a jumbo batch from THREE concept artists for Transformers: Age of Extinction? Well, here’s a selection of concept designs from Warren Manser, Robert Simmons, and Vitaly Bulgarov! Do head to each respective artists’ sites for the full galleries, but do mind the […]

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Alex Milne Shows Off His Concept Art for IDW Riptide

If you like getting a sneak peek at the behind the scenes aspects of the Transformers brand, you should check out artist Alex Milne’s Twitter account. The latest tweets especially as they reveal the concept art and some of the artist’s thoughts and motivations for IDW’s latest new Transformers character! Riptide is, as his name suggests, an aquatic Transformer who […]

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