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G1 Transformer Beachcomber (mini figure scale / transformable) . Here is my G1 mini-bot Transformer - Beachcomber at minifig scale and it is fully transformable. . Beachcomber has a hard time reconciling his love of peace and freedom for all creatures with the need to combat those who threaten it (from tfwiki.net). Anyone who wants to know more about this character, please click at the link below. Beachcomber wiki This time I find a nice little sexy figure as a model to put at the front, hope to get more attention. As a one of the mini-bot character of Generation 1 Autobot ally, I tried to manage the size into quite a small scale (the smallest figure under robot mode so far from my transformer creations) in order to match with what mini-bot means. The vehicle front has a pair of head light. I used a number of small matalic silver round plate to creat the radiator stuff. I also made some sort of suspension/shock absober stuff connected with the front wheels. Engine is located at the back. However, only 1 seat is available although the original design has got a pair of it. If I make it into 2 of it, the standard black frame would not be appropriated to use (cannot provide full protection to the passengers during accident). Start to transform! Beachcomber involves only simple transformation. The designing process is fairly easy to handle for this one compared with my previous transformer creations. First of all, to flip out the legs. Then to twist the heel around. It is not be able to stand without the heels. These can be adjusted into different angle to get it balance for different pose. Transformation completed! See how the heel is works. Most of the human articulations are there so it is quite poseable. Thank you for watching!


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