Builder Orion Pax has a knack for turning LEGO VW Beetles into transforming Autobots, namely Bumblebee. Below we see his latest version, rooted in LEGO 10252, but below that (and dating back ten years!) is his rendition based on LEGO 10187.
Check out this cool collection of Transformers from builder willgalb. Each one is intricately detailed, surprisingly articulated and nicely displayed on a simple but effective tire base with transparent bar. In all we have Optimus Prime, Ratchet, Jazz, Bumblebee and Ironhide. All unique but clearly part of the same series.
Just about an hour ago as I was leaving Starbucks I spotted a bright yellow Camero in the parking lot with the license place "BUZZZZ" and chuckled to myself. Then I refresh my Flickr feed and discover this stunning offering from builder Cesbrick. Say what you will about Michael Bay (and I've said plenty, I've worked with the dude) but this character resonates with a whole lot of people.
So you look at the first picture and you think "cool, a dump truck". It reminds me of my big Tonka when I was a kid, and seems like it would be right at home with other LEGO City sets. Then you get to the second picture and get your mind blown, this baby transforms! Builder Cpt. Brick not only nailed the City look, he nailed the Transformers look. As awesome as it is though, I think my favorite thing about these shots is the minifigs casually enjoying coffee in the shadow of the robot.
What do you get when you mashup Brickheadz with Transformers? You get BrickMorphz from the extraordinary imagination of builder Unijob Lindo. This is Blue Unit 09, AKA Crab-Bot Brawler (say that three times fast) and Red Unit 155, AKA Battle Truck. Both are the perfect blend of blocky, big-headed fun and transforming action, what a fun concept.
I deal with camera issues all the time as a photographer and videographer. But I've never had to deal with a camera that transforms into three separate characters. This is Reflector, from the Transformers cartoon, built by MortalSwordsman. It transforms into Spyglass, Viewfinder and Spectro seen below. My big question is how are they with hot pixels and flickering with sequential images?