Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Transformers ROTF Human Alliance Bumblebee Modification

Basically for Human Alliance Bumblebee, everything was near to perfect. One of the few flaws is the feet. The movie version have the wheels placed outwards from its leg, however its rather different from the HA version.

before

So... going through the internet as a reference, i finally get it more of movie accurate.


It certainly looks better now... ^^

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Paper Craft: Bumblebee - Left Leg 4

Finally the papercraft Bumblebee's left leg has been completed. I understood that its been like 3-4 months without any major updates, my deepest apology, for my leisure hours are pretty much occupied, considering im on 2 jobs, full time and part time respectively. Thus, im one of those people who work 7 days a week, everyday with least rest.

Back to the subject. On my previous entry, i did post images associate then as part of the Bumblebee's leg, which expectedly left several of my readers in the mist of doubtfulness. Never mind that. Here you are, the left leg of Mr Bumblebee.


Here's the height comparison of the papercraft Bumblebee, together with Human Alliance Bumblebee and Legend Class Bumblebee. The height of the leg itself is around 10 inches tall, so you could imagine the whole figure would be pretty much impressively HUGE!!!


I have a request, though i doubt it would come true. I've been considering to include a watermark/trademark on the photos i've post up in my blog or my facebook, but im not a man with full of creativity. As a result, could any dear readers help to create a watermark for me? Something that includes "Dann", or maybe also "Leong" next to it. Logo? Simple and nice. *pray*

Editted on 13 March 2010: Finally i got my photos filled with watermark. Million of thanks to LEon and the rest of the related parties for their professional guidance... ^^

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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Paper Craft: Bumblebee - Left Leg 3

Could you figure out which part of the body is this figure relates to?


Its actually the skeleton of the leg itself. In more of biological term, it refers to the femur connecting tibia and fibula. As for the two intermediate points that arches from the centre of the knee, i reckons them as veins.

All in all, there's still plenty of work to be done. Papercraft Bumblebee waiting to come alive.

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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Paper Craft: Bumblebee - Left Leg 2

Be amazed! This is the leg that im working on, the base. Its still no where near completion, but still, its looks decent and amazing.


The foot itself is 6 inches in length. Its said to be standing at 45 centimeters in height, so its approximately 3 feet high. A massive piece of art.

Brilliant isnt it? How i wish i could have more time to invest in it, im a busy man. Will keep up the good work though. Thanks for dropping by, have a nice day... ^^

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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Paper Craft: Bumblebee - Left Leg 1

Here's some updates on my Bumblebee papercraft.

With the completed wheel in my previous post, i've constructed the frame for it, touch up a little here and there, making it looks more solid and sophisticated.


It was then follow by the feet, or metatarsal, in football dictionary. While i was working my way constructing it using fragile paper, suddenly i realized that im using the right leg's paper referencing the left leg manual. Its kinda disappointing and frusfrating after much effort being poured in. Detail analysis doesnt show much damage except for the faded color after the "repair" operation. Here's the so called metatarsal.


I doubt i would be able to complete it before the release of the sequel, Transformers 3. However still, its my new found hobby since last year, something that i enjoy doing.

Next week onwards, i'll be working part time during weekends. Life's terrible when you walk along the streets without buying power. Thus, thats what i gotta do to earn some side income to fund my Google Nexus One. This also subject to lesser time in my Bumblebee papercraft.

Success is when you're not giving up. So... JIA YOU AhDann!!!

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