Sabtu, 20 Oktober 2012

Visit My Other Blog

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please visit my other blog http://bocahgabus.blogspot.com/ Thanks
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Sabtu, 26 Mei 2012

Download Microsoft Office 2010

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Pada postingan Saya kali ini saya ingin berbagi software yang menurut saya berguna bagi saya dikemudian hari dan tentu saja yang ingin membaca artikel ini....
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Top Ten Toys of the Decade

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Here is my opinion on what were the top ten toys of the 1980s. I'm going to shoehorn this into my 80s connecting posts so please forgive the awkward logic jump.

Last time I talked about the amazing movie, Three Amigos. We all know Steve Martin was in that movie. And, of course, Steve Martin is a famous comedian who broke onto the scene in a sketch comedy show. Another wonderful actor who also has his roots in sketch comedy is Eric Idle of Monty Python fame.

Eric Idle voiced the crazy, fast talking robot in The Transformers - The Movie. Transformers is one of the famous toy lines to come out the 80s so this leads me to my top ten toys.

I could be lazy and list G. I. Joe, Transformers, Star Wars, etc. but I'm here to put in some effort. So, I'm going to get specific, very specific, to the point where particular action figures are going to make the list.

So, without further blah blah blah, here's my list.


10. Storm Shadow from G. I. Joe
For a kid who grew up with The Karate Kid and American Ninja this action figure was amazing. He came with two swords, a knife, a backpack with arrows (they didn't come out) and he's a ninja in a white outfit with a mask. Hasbro even came out with a cooler version a few years later with more accessories and an even cooler outfit.






9. He-Man Battle Ram
You see that neon orange thing on the top? It shot out like 3-4 feet. I was deadly accurate with it. The Battle Ram came with three plastic darts that shot out of the base unit with a spring loaded mechanism. I'd line Star Wars and He-Man figures on my window sill and spend hours shooting them down. If there were Battle Ram shooting contests back in the day, I would have won them all.



 8. Hovecraft from G. I. Joe
Seriously, look at that thing. Amazing. It had so many little pieces that never stayed attached like depth charges and cannons but that was half the fun. Ironically, the hovercraft neither hovered or floated all that well in the bathtub and seemed to sink within seconds. That never stopped me from bringing it in over and over again for hours of enjoyment.


7. He-Man Slime Pit
Another Masters of the Universe toy. I think we'll be seeing a few more later as well. Ah, the Slime Pit. The first real slime toy that I remember seeing on the market. The slime was gooey. The slime smelled like chemicals that weren't meant to be inhaled. I remember the slime always being cold too. It was good fun to pour that stuff on the action figures and when it came out of the skull head it looked the skeleton had snot bubbles. The Slime Pit was not always a joy, though. I hated picking dirt and hair out of the goo.

6. Grimlock the Dinobot from Transformers
Grimlock no like being number six. Grimlock best toy of all time. Well, Mr. Grimlock, there's still a few ahead of you but you definitely were a favorite of mine. All the Dinobots were pretty damned cool. Grimlock gets the spot here cause he's a T-Rex and he was the leader. I remember big drama with my parents about me taking him to school and getting into trouble. Also, at one point, a hoodlum I hung out with in the neighborhood stole him from me but he eventually found his way back into my arms. Oh, he came with a red sword too.



5. He-Man Snake Mountain
Capitalizing on the runaway success of the Castle Grayskull play-set, Snake Mountain stood on its own as one of the best toys of the decade. It had lots of interactive features like trap doors and collapsing bridges. However, it's #5 for one reason, the echoey microphone shaped like a wolf's head. It was tons of fun to talk spooky and scare your pet dog. That microphone was the single greatest toy idea of the 80s.


4. Voltron
Look at it. Worship it. There were many Transformeresque toys that built on the idea of single vehicles that you buy separately and then combine into one super big robot. Voltron was the best of bunch. I still remember getting home from school with my honor roll report card and sitting there on the table for me was the green lion. Voltron, after your parents dropped probably a hundred dollars to get the 5 different lions, was one hell of an achievement in toy making. It's just a fantastic looking toy that has been mimicked and copied to death but in it's day, Voltron was heads above anything else on the market.



3. Megatron from Transformers
Looking at Megatron from today's safety-first toy world, it's amazing this thing came to market. But, wow, was it spectacular. The picture to the left was exactly what made it amazing. As far as Transformers go, it was a pretty horrible engineering job. It was one of the most difficult Transformers to transform and Megatron in his robot form was hideous. Yet, Megatron in gun form was amazing and made up for all other shortcomings.

2. He-Man Castle Grayskull
I put more hours of playtime into Castle Grayskull than any other single toy I ever owned. I was big into setting up my figures into battle poses. I'd have about twenty figures just draped all over this thing and when I'd run out of room, I'd hang them from the ceiling. It had and elevator, it had a trap door, a cannon, pieces that broke off, and drawbridge that never stayed on. One of my most cherished pictures is a snapshot of me on Christmas morning and my mom and I sitting on the floor playing with it.


Castle Grayskull was a fantastic toy, but, to me, there was one other toy that symbolizes my entire childhood from movies to TV to toys. That toy is...

1. Star Wars Millennium Falcon
It's the only Star Wars toy I have on the list but don't let that fool you. Star Wars was my childhood. I had mostly every toy. The Millennium Falcon was the granddaddy of them all. There had never been another toy like it and as far as play-sets go, this thing was revolutionary. My parents still tell the tale of trying to track it down on Christmas Eve and lucking out at the last second. It was the only thing I wanted and for years after, it was the main thing I played with. For a child like me who lived and breathed the Star Wars movies, to see the false floors, the holo-chess game, and the other myriad of straight-from-the-movies accessories was like the movie coming to life right there in my bedroom. This was not only one the greatest toys of the 80s but one of the greatest toys of all time.

There you have it.
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Transformers Autobots vs Desepticon

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Back to the time when the Transformers movie was still in development, the design team was asked by director Michael Bay to produce some concept arts. They made some experiments which was later commented as old-school, thus they decided to bring a massive redesign to the Transformers, making them very, very cool robots.
transformers artworks Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
(Image Source: Alon Chou)
That’s how the brand new design of Transformers was formed, and undoubtedly the redesign is too successful that it brought in massive numbers of brand new fans (including me). That is not the end of the story, the team has actually redesigned those appeared Transformers throughout the sequel to make sure they are even more attractive, and of course, epic.
As usual in Hongkiat, we don’t prove you something with just words. To help you get the awesomeness of Transformers’ design and the hard work put into it, we have lined up 86 totally awesome and inspiring concept arts, comic book cover arts and fan arts for you to enjoy Transformers in detail. Full list after jump!

Note: Introductions for Transformers below are mostly based on Wikipedia and Transformers Wiki, thanks for their extremely detailed info!

Concept Art

Ever seen unapproved version of Bumblebee, or want to take a close look to Megatron? This section includes approved and also some unapproved quality designs of Transformers, with introduction for each of them along the showcase.
Protoform. ‘This is the design for what would ultimately be called the Protoform which Autobots take as they enter Earth’s atmosphere, crash, and seek their vehicular form.’ (Image source: Ben Procter)
protoform Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Protoform: Humanoid. Autobots’ humanoid form before they found their own vehicular form. (Image source: Ben Procter)
protoform humanoid Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime Endoskeleton. Optimus Prime’s mechanical endoskeleton. It was made during the development of visual and engineering language of the robots’ extraterrestrial ‘Cybertron’ forms. (Image source: Ben Procter)
optimus prime endoskeleton Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime. Optimus Prime is best known as the leader of the Autobots, a faction of heroic Transformers who battle with the evil forces named Decepticons since the time they are both in their own planet, Cybertron. (Image source: Ben Procter)
optimus prime Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime Back View. Every Transformers’ design in the movie is the combined effort of professional design teams. Take Optimus Prime as example, his front design is honed by Victor Martinez while Ben Procter developed the back. His head was a tag team effort by Ryan Church and Paul Ozzimo, and then interpreted into 3D by Alex Jaeger and ILM modellers. (Image source: Ben Procter)
optimus prime back view Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime Arm Gun Revision. Concept art means there are lots of revisions before the design is approved as final, here is one of the revision of Optimus Prime’s arm gun. (Image source: Ben Procter)
optimus prime arm gun revision Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Jetfire Front View. As the elder of the Transformers, Jetfire is one of the few Transformers left since the beginning of humanity. He appears in the movie Revenge of the Fallen as a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird. He is ‘Decepticons turned Autobots’ as he doesn’t support the destruction and violence idea of Decepticons. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
jetfire front view Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Jetfire Back View. How can an old Transformers looks so cool even his back? Jetfire was combined with Optimus Prime in the movie Revenge of the Fallen to ultimately defeat the Megatron. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
jetfire back view Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime Power Up. Jetfire + Optimus Prime = Almighty Jet Prime! Who cares if it’s cheating if we can beat Megatron! Sorry I was kidding, and this design is ultimately epic. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
optimus prime power up Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime Power Up – Unapproved version. Another concept art for Optimus Prime’s power up version, pretty epic also! Which version do you prefer? (Image source: Concept Art World)
optimus prime power up 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Bumblebee. Bumblebee is one of the primary protagonist appeared since the first Transformers movie. He chose Chevrolet Camaro as his vehicular form, and he communicates though selected playback of radio and television signals, due to his voice injury. (Image source: Ben Procter)
bumblebee Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Bumblebee – Unapproved Version. Unapproved version of Bumblebee, looks pretty cool but I believe most fans prefer the approved version. (Image source: Ben Procter)
bumblebee unapproved version Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Bumblebee On Tow Truck. One of the coolest moments in the first Transformers movie, never stop battling unless you die, spirit of the Autobots! (Image source: Ben Procter)
bumblebee on tow truck Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Ironhide. In Transformers movie, Ironhide appears as a custom GMC Topkick C4500 pickup truck. He’s described as Optimus Prime’s oldest friend and the weapon specialist of the Autobots’ team. (Image source: Ben Procter)
ironhide Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Sideswipe. Sideswipe is a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept in the movie, Revenge of the Fallen. Transformed version has two wheeled feet, and armed with 2 retractable Cybertanium arm blades on each of his wrists in robot mode, along with an extra gun on his back. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
sideswipe Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Sideswipe. Another design concept of Sideswipe, similar to Arcee I think. (Image source: Concept Art World)
sideswipe 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Springer. Judging from the design, Springer should be originally designed to be appeared in the movie, but was dropped with unknown reason. However, his cool design is hardly ignored, thus making him produced as a toy available for fans. (Image source: Concept Art World)
springer Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Breakaway. Although the concept art’s title says Firestorm, this Autobots is widely recognized as Breakaway. Unlike other Aerialbots who focus more on aerial acrobatics, Breakaway put more power on straightforward flying with terrible speed, making him the elite flyer in Autobots. (Image source: Concept Art World)
breakaway Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Arcee v05. Arcee was planned to be casted in Trasformers movie but her appearance was finally replaced by Ironhide, with the rumor that the movie doesn’t have extra time to explain the gender of the Transformers. Her transformed design was based on the Buell Firebolt motorcycle, done by Ben Procter. She was also initially set to battle with Blackout in the film. (Image source: Ben Procter)
arcee v05 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Ratchet. This is actually the unused version of Ratchet, that means you didn’t see Ratchet with this design in the first Transformer. Note that this design is pretty similar to common robot design, so it might be earlier experimental sketch for discovering spectacular Transformer’s design. (Image source: Ben Procter)
ratchet Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Model T. ‘The Ford Model T automobile is a Seeker, was dispatched thousands of years ago to Earth, adopted a Model T automobile as a disguise, and that’s about all we know.’ – Transformers Wiki (Image source: Concept Art World)
model t Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Megatron Front View. Megatron is the leader of Decepticons, who is also the antagonist of the Transformers movie. He appears as a Cybertronian Jet in first movie then in second film, he gains an alternate flying tank mode. He was heavily redesigned during the sequel and his design has more focus on the alien aspect of Transformers, which made him looks very different with the Autobots who have more mechanical aspect on their design. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
megatron front view Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Megatron Back View. By looking his back you can feel how much extreme hard work has been put into designing it. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
megatron back view Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Megatron Vehicle Mode. The reason of why I stand on the Decepticons’ side, Megatron’s vehicle mode is just too kick-ass! (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
megatron vehicle mode Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Megatron Vehicle Mode Rear View. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
megatron vehicle mode rear view Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Megatron Flight Mode. Isn’t it kind of cheating? Love the design anyway, all hail Megatron! (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
megatron flight mode Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Blackout. Don’t be fooled by the titles on the concept art, it’s absolutely the design of Blackout. Blackout transforms into a Sikorsky MH-53 Pave Low helicopter, and he is the largest Decepticons in the first Transformers movie with 2 arm-mounted gatling cannons, 2 energy cannons and has the ability to disrupt electronic devices via EMP blasts. (Image source: Ben Procter)
blackout Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Blackout. Another design of Blackout but with the name, Devastator. Well the character actually went though couples of rename due to some issues, and he wins the ‘most name changes during development’ award. (Image source: Ben Procter)
blackout 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Starscream. Starscream is a jet-shaped Decepticons who has some hatred against Megatron and seeks to be the ultimate leader of the Decepticons. His vehicular mode is always a jet, like Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor in the movie. He’s primarily armed with a missile launcher that carries 6 missiles in both arms, and a high caliber machine gun to backup the attack. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
starscream Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Brawl. Brawl appears in the first Transformers movie as a M1 Abrams tank. He is an offensive type with high strength, which enables him to pulls Autobots Jazz off with only one hand. He fought together with Megatron against Autobots and human, and was destroyed by the combined shot of Bumblebee and human forces. (Image source: Ben Procter)
brawl Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Devastator. Different with most Decepticons, Devastator is actually combination of Constructicons, thus he has surprisingly huge body and physical strength, and an ability to create a powerful turbine that sucks everything in sight into the mouth for destruction. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
devastator Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Devastator – Unapproved Version. Another design for Devastator in the movie Revenge of the Fallen. Trivial: Devastator has less intelligence compared to other Decepticons, due to the fact that his every move and thought has to be agreed by combining Constructicons. (Image source: Concept Art World)
devastator 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Scavenger. It’s hard to differentiate between Demolishor and Scavenger, but according to Transformers Wiki, this gigantic Transformers is Scavenger. Scavenger stands around 86 feet tall to the top of his wheel, and he also forms the torso of Devastator with Overload. (Image source: Concept Art World)
scavenger Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Long Haul. Named Long Haul, this badass enjoys and thirsts for battle by using his projectile weaponry. According to the Transformes Wiki, there are actually 2 Long Haul in the movie, Revenge of the Fallen. The first Long Haul has combined with other Constructicons to form Devastator, while the other one fought against the NEST forces and was destroyed by United States Air Force’s air strike. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
long haul Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Overload. This Decepticons is spotted when the Constructicons combine to form the torso of the gigantic Devastator. He’s about 30 feet tall, and seems never transforms into robot mode. (Image source: Concept Art World)
overload Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Mixmaster. As a weapon designer of Decepticons, Mixmaster is an expert in poisons, corrosive substances and explosives. Like Long Haul, there are 2 Mixmaster in the movie Revenge of the Fallen, one which forms the head of Devastator, the other fought NEST forces in Egypt and was sliced by ex-Decepticons Jetfire. (Image source: Concept Art World)
mixmaster Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Ravage. Ravage was originally planned for the first Transformers film, but the movie team later decided to use the Scorponok. Similar to Scorponok, Ravage’s look is based on the life form in Earth, and it’s armed with twin heavy machine guns that either fires standard projectiles or Cybertronian ammunition. Other possible weapon will be its tail and razor edged claws. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
ravage Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Pretender ‘Alice’. Decepticons-transformed-human. Transformers’ decision to disguise as a machine rather than human is wise as machine can’t talk, so the chance of being discovered is probably lower. (Image source: Concept Art World)
pretender alice Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Scalpel. Known as ‘The Doctor’ in the movie Revenge of the Fallen, Scalpel has great anatomical and mechanical knowledge, and excels in disassemble technological device and biological life forms. Sounds professional, the only disadvantage of him is, he always left some parts after performing the reassembly. (Image source: Concept Art World)
scalpel Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
RC Truck Bot. Probably one of the weakest Decepticons with most dirty moves. His strongest point is perhaps the speed of changing his mind from being Decepticons to Autobots. (Image source: Concept Art World)
rc truck bot Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
The Twelve. A series of Decepticons which I’m not really sure about, but as their designs are similar to The Fallen, they must be some ancient Transformers that have something to do with The Fallen a.k.a final boss of the Decepticons. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
the twelve Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Mountain Dew Bot. ‘Do the dew or I will eat your brain!’ (Image source: Ben Procter)
mountain dew bot Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Microwave Bot. ‘The microwave bot is an evil Appliancebot who can conceal himself in the form of a microwave oven. He’s homicidal pretty much from birth (probably doesn’t come with Popper or Soupy) and that’s about all we know.’ – Transformers Wiki (Image source: Concept Art World)
microwave bot Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Nokia Bot. Seriously I won’t mind my Nokia turning into an Autobots, provided that it will not boom my house. (Image source: Ben Procter)
nokia bot Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Nuclear Sub. I’m seriously not sure about this Transformers, but according to my study most people guesses he’s Tidal Wave, but the look is far too different with his original design. (Image source: Concept Art World)
nuclear sub Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Carrier Attack. Carrier Attack, one of the heart-pounding scenes in Transformers’ sequel, Revenge of the Fallen. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
carrier attack Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Matrix Of Leadership. Also named as Creation Matrix, the Matrix is actually the Autobots talisman of legend, passed down from leader to leader. In the movie Revenge of the Fallen, it is used to activate the Sun Harvester hidden in Egypt and was protected by ancient Primes. (Image source: Concept Art World)
matrix of leadership Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks

Comic Book Cover Art

Featured here are comic book cover arts done by Josh Nizzi and Dcjosh. Josh Nizzi was hired to do concept art for the Transformers’ sequel, Revenge of the Fallen, while Dcjosh is the artist who does the cover art for Transformers’ comic series. Without a doubt, their artworks are absolutely awesome.
Adaptation #1. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
adaptation 1 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Adaptation #2. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
adaptation 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Adaptation #3. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
adaptation 3 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Adaptation #4. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
adaptation 4 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Alliance #1. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny alliance 1 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Alliance #2. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny alliance 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Alliance #3. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny alliance 3 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Alliance #4. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny alliance 4 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Defiance #2. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny defiance 2 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Defiance #3. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny defiance 3 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Destiny: Defiance #4. (Image source: Josh Nizzi)
destiny defiance 4 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Movie UK Reprint Cover. (Image source: dcjosh)
movie uk reprint cover Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Movie UK Reprint Cover 1. (Image source: dcjosh)
movie uk reprint cover 1 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Target Excl. TF Movie Prequel. (Image source: dcjosh)
target excl tf movie prequel Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
TF Movie Prequel no3. (Image source: dcjosh)
tf movie prequel no3 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
TF Movie Prequel 4. (Image source: dcjosh)
tf movie prequel 4 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
TF Reign of Starscream 3 cover. (Image source: dcjosh)
tf reign of starcream 3 cover Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks

Fan Art

While I’m searching for Transformers’ fan art, I have a requirement in mind which the chosen artwork must be ‘something quality’. However, after some serious searches, I have changed the requirement to ‘something that can compare to original work’. These fan arts are just too cool and professional!
Armadillo. Armadillo actually did not exist in the Transformers movie, but his design possesses many characteristics from the Transformers’ design in the movie, thus causing many movie fans think that the artist should be hired to design Transformers for the film. (Image source: Jolin and JesterJJZ)
armadillo Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Autobot. This gorgeous fan art is also a tutorial that shares the progress of making Transformers, follow it to create your own Transformers! (Image source: Tamás Tóthfalussy)
Autobot Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Autobot Portraits. Probably one of the most epic portraits in the human’s history, could also be a good advertisement poster to persuade Transformers to join Autobots. (Image source: dylanliwanag)
Autobot portraits Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Autobots Roll Out. Another cool portrait, note that they are in battle mode. (Image source: dylanliwanag)
Autobots roll out Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Birds Of War. Best fan art that brings out the beauty and the fierceness of Starscream. (Image source: Jimmy Xu)
birds of war Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Bumblebee. I love the color scheme used for this artwork, it’s seriously as professional as comic artist like Dcjosh’s work. (Image source: EspenG)
bumblebee 3 Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Bumblebee ROTF. Very detailed Bumblebee fan art, I call this professional. (Image source: dylanliwanag)
bumblebee rotf Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Cosmos. Amazing fan art of Cosmos, the spaceship-sauced Autobots from Generation 1 series. (Image source: Jolin JesterJJZ)
cosmos Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Death Blow. I seriously can’t convince my eyes to believe that this is a fan art, until I saw the tutorial which the artist shares his thought on making this masterpiece. (Image source: Alon Chou)
death blow Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Decepticons Portraits. 5 badass in 1 portrait = epic. (Image source: dylanliwanag)
decepticons portraits Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Giant Frikkin Robots Are Comin. Fan art from the comic artist Dcjosh, awesome as usual! (Image source: dcjosh)
giant frikkin robots are comin Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Motormaster. Yet another heavily designed Transformers from Jester and Jolin, they did really well in designing Transformers. (Image source: Jolin JesterJJZ)
motormaster Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Movie Blackout. Looks exactly like a cartoon movie poster, uber cool! (Image source: dcjosh)
movie blackout Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Optimus Prime. ‘No sacrifice, no victory!’ Very realistic 3D fan art with great detail in mind. (Image source: Kevin Bao)
optimus prime kevin bao Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
ROTF Jet Convoy Charity. Almighty Jet Prime! The way the author draws has really brought out the powerful feel of the geared Optimus Prime. (Image source: dcjosh)
rotf jet convoy charity Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Swindle. Concept art for Swindle, if you saw concept arts above you can feel that this piece is very similar to them, professional production! (Image source: Elder-Of-The-Earth)
swindle Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Trailbreaker. Looks very promising, Jester and Jolin’s strength lies in designing Transformers that looks powerful. (Image source: Jolin JesterJJZ)
trailbreaker Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Transfomers. The heart-pounding scene in the first Transformers movie, captured into this sensational fan art. (Image source: Wanbao)
Transformers Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Transformers Fan Art. Engaging fan art with random Autobots vs random Decepticons, and both do not really exist in Transformers’ universe. Concepting Transformers is not really easy, but Genesisa has done it very well. (Image source: genesisa)
Transformers fan art Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Transformers Screenwriters. A funny yet cool poster produced by Jester and Jolin, I thought the Robertobot refers to Roberto Orci, and Alexatron refers to Alex Kurtzman, and both of them are screenwriters for Transformers movies. (Image source: Jester Pictures)
Transformers screenwriters Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Transformers The Movie. Drawn by using 2B pencil and colored by Wacom and PainterIX, very cool fan art with personal style imbued. (Image source: Wangyuxi)
Transformers the movie Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
Unknown. An unknown work from unknown author, but still looks nice! According to the discussion in Superhero Hype, all different body parts of this Transformers are taken from original concept arts. Hat off to the author. (Image source: Unknown)
unknown Tribute to Transformers The Movie: 86 Inspiring Artworks
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