A non transformable, 20 in tall, Bionicle/Technic rendition of Transformers Prime Starscream. Its more or less very screen accurate. I'll go into more detail below. As an overveiw, I learned many a lesson from Aperous. I used hydraulics for almost all of his joints, so he can support his own weight.
About this creation
A full body shot. Yeah, hes too huge for my background to handle.
Another full body, with the new Voyager/Powerizer Prime in it. Prime barely comes up to Screamer's knee.
A leg shot with Prime Wheeljack "Jackie".
My current Prime figures, Optimus, FE Bumbblebee, and Wheeljack with Screamer.
Hands behind back. Upper body shot.
Arms out. "Ah, Lord Megatron"
Full body, with First Edition display stand at his feet.
Upper body with rulers pinned to the wall. Ill give you a hint, hes 20 in. tall.
His high heels! I do believe I did a fair job a recreating the show look on them.
Hand. Fully pose able 4 fingers and thumb. As his fingers are his favorite weapons from the show. "Any more questions?... Clean this up."
Chest area. I made sure to work in the red on his chest, not using red axles only. I also made sure I got his red collar piece in.
Head and neck area. For not being able to create a mouth, I think I did a fair job.
Full upper body shot.
Lower arms, hands and MISSILES!
Upper arm. Quite short and thin, similar to the show model.
Shoulder pad. Big and blocky, but not quite as large in proportion as the show model.
Wing shot. The shoulder pad is in front though.
Now for the backside. The feet.
Upper Back, with hydraulics that help support the wings.
Now a few pictures of the wings.
Back of the head.
Profile Shot. Hes really skinny for his height, just like the show.
While I see where Chris is coming from, this is more accurate than anyone else is going to get for a while. I think this is something that can be improved, but it's like FE Cliffjumper, it's amazing as a figure. I certainly couldn't even engineer something as insanely huge as this!
He's a B- as an on-model version, but an A+ as a remarkable feat of engineering and sheer size. You should be very proud of this guy.