I’ve always thought that the stickers people used to put on their luggage were neat designs, so I figured why not make some for Transformers-related destinations? If you’re not familiar, here’s some more info on Mt. St. Hilary, the Crystal City, Darkmount, and Quintessa. All lovely places! That, I didn’t realize until after I’d made the designs, were all eventually destroyed. Appropriate for the super-retro look, I guess.
I’ll be selling these stickers at BotCon, as well as prints of a lot of my other art, so if you’re there, stop by and say hi!
well that escalated quickly…… …..
“Approaching target area. Drop in T-minus 60 seconds.”
Fulcrum could not believe this.
Here he was, on the absolute worst day of his life - and there had been a lot of really bad days recently because honestly, there was no other kind of day at Styx, which meant he had a lot to compare it to - but here he was, on the absolutely worst day of his life, and some slag-headed mech had gotten it into his head that now would be a good time to - to -
"It’s Fulcrum, right?" The yellow-visored mech braced himself on the bulkhead next to Fulcrum and lifted a leg, settling his foot on the bench right up against Fucrum, baring a nice, wide expanse of pelvic armor right at optic level for Fulcrum to view. “I’m Torque.”
- to flirt with him.
Fulcrum tried to inch away - not that there was anywhere to inch to, with Torque’s leg nestled firmly up against one side and a fellow K-con seated on the other, but Fulcrum could try anyway, blast it - and when that failed, folded his arms and tucked his impressive chin to his chest. Maybe if he ignored Torque, the other mech would just go away.
Maybe if he just ignored all of this, it would all just go away.
But luck hadn’t favored Fulcrum at any point in his short, miserable life, and it apparently didn’t feel like starting now.
"You weren’t in training, were you?" Torque purred, leaning down to leer at Fulcrum. When Fulcrum looked away, the other K-classer grinned, dropped his leg off the bench, and slid his other leg up in between Fulcrum’s.
Fulcrum gasped and shot upright, flattening himself back against the bulkhead in an attempt to put some space, any space, in between him and his very unwanted suitor - and Torque’s free hand flickered out to catch Fulcrum’s chin, tilting his face towards him. “Chin like that, I’d have remembered.”
Fulcrum could feel the hot air from his vents as the other mech whispered, “This your first time?”
Oh, those words definitely weren’t supposed to have that meaning, and in spite of everything, Fulcrum managed to dredge up a flat stare for the absolutely horrible joke-turned-double-entendre.
Torque grinned unrepentantly, and his mouth brushed Fulcrum’s. “Sorry, sorry, bit of K-class humor there. Just very excited to be here.” Torque’s hand freed Fulcrum’s chin, but before Fulcrum could throw a small celebration, it slid down to his waist, yanking him flush against Torque. “Super, super excited.”
The engine was vibrating up through Fulcrum’s legs and his spark was whirling and he couldn’t think and as he struggled to free himself he caught sight of “Magnus” painted on the other mech’s casing and he couldn’t believe it Torque actually was excited to be here and then -
“Positions, everyone. Remember - you do this for the glory of the Decepticons!”
- and suddenly Torque was gone, back at the cargo bay door, shouting “for the Decepticons!" and ready to jump and -
Fulcrum’s fuel pump seized.
All of a sudden, he desperately wanted the flirting back.
do you ever just
holy shit this is awesome
I hope to never see Tarn and Drift in the same panel in the comics and yet can’t stop thinking about it
visor animation test 1
Something I doodled last night since I couldn’t sleep
wehh too many errors here and there ;w;
I dunno, I love these two :/
Doodled on the train again…
1 day, 1 sketch!
July 14, 2014 - Sky Lynx
July 15, 2014 - Blurrrrrrrrrrrrr
July 16, 2014 - Sharkticon
July 17, 2014 - Wheelie
July 18, 2014 - Steeljaw
July 19, 2014 - Springer
July 20, 2014 - Rodimus
Having won the Poster Wars, Mondo turns to toys
…and their first batch includes his STUNNING Iron Giant figure!
Celebrating its 15th anniversary, The Iron Giant has reaped praise as being among the greatest animated films ever made (recently ranked #7 on Time Out’s 100 Best Animated Movies list) and it was important for Mondo to honor the film with an appropriately stunning collectible.
The 16” tall figure will have over 30 points of articulation, light features, and other fun surprises! Accompanying The Iron Giant will be a Hogarth figure, scraps of metal for him to munch on and a Seafood sign that has a removable “S” to put on his chest. He will also include an interchangeable head and gun attachment, giving a choice of displaying the figure as the regular version, or the “War” version! The figure was designed from the actual CG files used in the film, for ultimate accuracy.
Mondo hopes to have all the toys up on their redesigned website in August/September, and have them in fans’ hands by Christmas!