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Impressive Custom-Made USS Enterprise Transformer

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This is the 'Autobot E' USS Enterprise Transformer hacked together from existing toy parts by reader and DeviantARTist Unicron9 (who knows how to write a hell of an email by the way). It looks like the Enterprise, but can also transform into "a majestic alien look with a mix of Geordi's visor, Vulcan ears, and Andorian antennas." So it's got that going for it. Me? I don't have really have anything going for me. I used to be able to get by on my looks, but those crapped out after third grade. One year the girls are all chasing me around on the playground, the next I can't even sit at their f***ing table at lunch. They used to call me babe magnet, man.

Thanks to Unicron9, who makes a bunch of mashup toys you should check out if that's your thing. If that's not your thing maybe you should consider checking ME out. *licks finger, touches butt making sizzling noise*

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  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.
  • Thinger

    Not to sound too nerdy, I love that he's using the saucer section as a shield which may or may not be where the majority of the Enterprise personnel are housed...basically it's a meat shield.

  • TJ Wilferd

    Well in the story I gave it, all personnel are transported to the star drive section when the saucer will be a shield, but usually the saucer is simply sent away to safety as the robot form defends it.

  • Thinger

    Well, regardless, it's pretty sweet. Have you considered throwing some LED's in there on any of your projects? - probably make it pretty tough, I guess, if you had to run any wires through all those moveable joints.

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  • TJ Wilferd

    Thanks!

    I've done some simple LED work on larger figures but its certainly not something I specialize in.

  • Well done!

  • Tyler AitchKay

    Eh, 7/10. Could've used the disc more.

  • TJ Wilferd

    I agree and can't wait to see how you do that when you make one! :)

  • Tyler AitchKay

    It would've transformed to make the arms and wings, obviously.

  • TJ Wilferd

    Only so much I can do using existing figures that I actually have without spending a lot of money on more. I would have liked for the saucer to have a lever on the bottom that split it into segments, or folds it into a huge rifle, but I'm not a toy company. Just a doode mixing up toys in his garage.

  • Rick_McRockock

    Do not defend yourself against douchey trollbags... fuckin awesome work

  • Guest

    Well, Unicron9, since you're such a good engineer, maybe you should invent a teleportation device that lets me instantly shove all of my money in your face, because that damn thing is amazing.

  • TJ Wilferd

    Lol thank you! It was sold soon after I made it though actually.

    And thanks for posting this Geekology writer! I would have sent you individual pics if ya let me know you were posting it so you wouldn't have to have them all down the front page, but I'm sure not complaining!
    I'm happy to contribute to Nerdsville as a geek myself.

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