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I'm working on a figure of Flareup but I came up on a problem, her faction is the Cybertronian Knights, and I can't for the life of me find a clean image of that faction symbol ANYWHERE.  I've looked on the TF wiki, and searched all over google and any place I could think of but the only images I can find are from pictures of the toy itself.  Here are the two images I need : www.seibertron.com/transformer… which goes on the side of her bike mode, and www.seibertron.com/transformer… which is on her collar, though in that picture it is over-saturated.  So if anyone knows where they can find a clean image of those faction symbols let me know so I can complete the figure.
Wakeangel2K1 Halloween: Sally Witch by Wakeangel2001
Wakeangel2K1 Halloween: Sally Witch
I mostly made this as a contest entry for another site, but I'm really proud of how it came out.  I briefly borrowed parts from a commission I was working on and made a temporary body just for this.
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Alright, some of my followers probably know that I've been doing reviews of Tomy's new Sonic Boom toyline over the past week, and because certain sets come with multiple figures I have a few redundant ones now.  I was thinking of using them to make customs, but I decided to see if I can get my fans to participate in a little challenge.  So from now until Nov 10 I will be accepting entries into a fanart contest, you can work in whatever medium you like, the only rule is that my fan character be the main subject: Angel reference sheet by Wakeangel2001 You can put multiple characters in the submission but remember he's the focus.  So to enter all you have to do is make an entry, post it somewhere, and link me to it so I can see it.  I will put all of the entries into a collage submission with links to all of the entrants galleries in the description so they can get recognition, and there will be 3 winners.  First place gets a Sonic Boom Knuckles figure, their choice of the Sonic with a big smile or the serious face, and the wheel thing that the Sonic figure can fit in.  Second place gets the other Sonic figure, and third place gets a Doom's Eye along with 3 Skylanders Megabloks minifigures (Legendary Chop-chop, Bouncer, and Jet-Vac) and the Toothless figure with no wings (leftover from my first Rouge custom) if you want it.  Have fun and go easy on my fragile little ego!
Windblade review by Wakeangel2001
Windblade review
I also made a video review of her which you can find here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0bHZI… I gotta say I am so happy this figure came out as well as it did.
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I'm working on a figure of Flareup but I came up on a problem, her faction is the Cybertronian Knights, and I can't for the life of me find a clean image of that faction symbol ANYWHERE.  I've looked on the TF wiki, and searched all over google and any place I could think of but the only images I can find are from pictures of the toy itself.  Here are the two images I need : www.seibertron.com/transformer… which goes on the side of her bike mode, and www.seibertron.com/transformer… which is on her collar, though in that picture it is over-saturated.  So if anyone knows where they can find a clean image of those faction symbols let me know so I can complete the figure.

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TopazJade Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
Just finished my thingo for your contest.
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Wakeangel2001 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
noted, thank you
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TopazJade Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Student Traditional Artist
You're welcome.
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MagicPencil101 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014
oh my god... this boom line is such a dissapointing line of toys. i mean Jazwares took long to make their figures but at least they got the job right! I mean cmon, barely any articulation were put into these figures. its good that u gave gimmicks but the figure isnt up to standard. If this is how the line continues, i wont buy any of these figures,No, I disagree! 
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Wakeangel2001 Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The lines are very different, but I can't really say for sure if one is better or worse than the other.  It's true that the Boom toys from Tomy have much less articulation, but they are more durable, easier to stand, and have little gimmick things that kids always like.  The Boom line may lack collector appeal, but think of it in terms of some of the stuff Hasbro puts out.  For example, Transformers has it's main line of deluxes and voyagers and stuff that older fans and collectors love, while it has those one step changers, attack gimmick dudes, and even the "shampoo bottle" figures for kids.  The same is true for Marvel superhero figures, with the collector friendly Legends and Universe figures and the kid friendly Titan Heroes and smaller figures that come with a launching missile or vehicle pack in to compensate for the basic 5 points of articulation.  Even Star Wars has its highly detailed and articulated black series compared to the usual "kenner" type figures...Well I can actually come up with a few more examples but I hope I made my point.
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MagicPencil101 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014
the 5 inch sonic i thought was a chance for them to step up. the sculpt is definately a step up, but not more articulation andd if they did the kids would have that sondic they like but with the posability like jazwares which makes for cool displays
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Wakeangel2001 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
It's a 7 inch figure, not a 5 inch, so it's bigger than the 5 inch but smaller than the super posers.  Also yes, the lack of articulation at that scale combined with a weak and pointless gimmick is what made me skip the toy all together.  However I am not going to judge Tomy just yet, the games and cartoon haven't even been released yet.  I'm going to give them a little credit and assume they're being smart, waiting to see if they appeal to older audiences BEFORE creating the more expensive to produce collector friendly merchandise.
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SonicFull Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
This may feel like a video request because it kind of is, what do you think of the superhero smashers technology, because I'm thinking for my order set when I eventually will do it, I'm going to wait until after I actually moved so that way you have a proper mailing address that doesn't seem weird, for my figures that I'm thinking of ordering from you eventually, and partially because also I'm really tempted to do my work myself with little tutorial videos of certain figures that I want to look really nice. So yes I will be probably sending you the challenging part, that will make you want to pull your hair out, but be thankful that I'm not asking you for any yellow figures, and for a another toy reviewer I am not going to ask you for any orange plastic(watch half the battle to get that reference.) Oh yeah I would like you to do a review of the superhero's  smashers, from Hasbro, either Marvel or the new Transformers line, be a comparison against the equestrian girls figures. Already you can tell I'm not going to request sunset shimmer. Just be thankful on that because I know she would probably be the most pain in the butt to do, feel free to try it out yourself though.
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Wakeangel2001 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Well I think the Superhero Mashers are a good toyline in themselves, sort of baby's first kitbashing kit, but I'm not like most toy reviewers online.  I live in an apartment, and I have to buy all the toys myself.  I don't have the money or space to keep all those things around.  So when I do a review, it's going to be of a toy I legitimately plan on owning and/or a series I'm collecting.  But I'm not getting what your comment means, are you going to ask me to customize a superhero masher figure?  Why would you want to compare a superhero masher to an Equestria girl anyway?  The toys have nothing in common except for the fact that they're both made by hasbro.
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SonicFull Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2014
I am planning on asking you for something, on customizing said figures, but like I said I am planning on waiting until I get certain things lined up.
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Hedgebathog Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
hey how are you
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Wakeangel2001 Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
doing good
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Hedgebathog Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
cool
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sonicrules127 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  New member
happy late birthday sorry i did not now Sweating a little... 
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