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Decepticon Overlord
From Transformers series, this Jet and tank that combine into a treacherous decepticon leader. He also form a base too!
About this creation

This decepticon are made of a Jet and a Tank. Both combine into a robot named
Overlord. He can also transform into a base.



Overload  is a double powermaster, with both powermaster companions
merge onto his chest providing him whole lotta energy to fight the Autobots. I
can't find proper helmets anywhere , so I guess they're a bit vulnerable there
during battle.




I usually don't like extra pieces lying about in transformers toy. Attempted to make the pair of ramps blend in the tank mode, but failed.





As usual, I've tried hard to ensure adequate articulation in its robot
mode.But the legs is a tricky part. His jet kibble tucked at the back cause me
alot of problem posing him without any help. So in the end I have made him
lean against the wall before I can pose him for some cool photoshoot. Hope you
like 'em =)





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   Argh..! Forgotten to connect the yelow cannon on the jet just now. Here it is.



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   Looking into the cockpit. Too bad it can't fit the stiff powermaster companion.



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   I still think I can do better for the tank. It's too "chubby".



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   Opsie! Upended!



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   The tank took up most of my design time, even though it looks simplistic compared to the jet from the outside.



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   If you notice carefully, there are 2 studs on the ramp, corresponding to the 2 squared hole on the just-transformed leg.



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   Pretty simple transformation. Nearly half the jet body tuck to the back.



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   Powermaster combine! Don't bang your head though!



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   Now this is some improvement over the original toy. The original toy is lacking arm articulation due to the nosecone tha is blocking at both sides of the jet. I have folded them over to make them become shoulder mounted cannons, allowing him finally to to be able to raise up his arms and show his armpit



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   Highlited is the connection section for both vehicles. Even though they just utilise one round connector on each thigh, they doesn't wobble at all.



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   Transformation finally done!



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   Grapple arms raising out from the left platform.



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   Communication tower raising out from the right platform



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   The jet base on its own. Still look very commanding in my opinion.



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   Base mode transformation done! Overlord's gun will be mounted on the left platform, and the jet's cannon on the right platform, on the robot's 'thigh' section. This allow both of them to rotate to guard the perimeter of the base.



Comments

 I like it 
  January 21, 2015
Really cool moc of Overlord, the additional base alt-mode is very cool too, but the robot and tank/jet modes are epic! Nice work. :)
 I like it 
  June 17, 2013
Awesome!!
 I like it 
  June 15, 2010
Never was the Japanese title "Breastmaster" more appropriate than with Overlord.
  March 6, 2010
Amazing! i just finished Super-God Masterforce yesterday, and this is epic!
 I like it 
  July 10, 2007
that's Great!!!but the head is too big!!!!
 
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