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The quickest Autobot/Transformer in motion and speech.
About this creation

So.. after Predaking.. I'm left with some sand blue parts (leftovers from Titan
XP), and very limited
"useful" parts in my collection. So I guess I'm literally in the blues now.

So I take out my Transformers Deluxe generation book and see what bot can I do next with mentioned parts. Hmm... Finally shortlisted
two. Blurr and Kup (after a coin flip).. Blurr it shall be (nah... to be honest, Kup doesn't fascinate me as much as Blurr).

For those who are uninitiated, here is Blurr in his original
toy form

Okkk... first and foremost, I found out that Blurr has a detachable piece that form his nosecone. And this part took a lot of my time designing to ensure that it STAYS there throughout the transformation. Meaning, no need to remove that piece to become the shield.
However, I still keep this option open, and it still can become the shield if he
wishes to.

Looks like his booster rockets on the back can be put to good use in robot mode.
So I turn them into shoulder mounted cannons. Cool huh. =)

This figure has more than 10 points of articulation. But too bad it fared just
so-so in stability, due to his kibble on the back, so I have only managed a few
limited pose during photoshoot.

There's one thing I would nitpick though. Initially I wanted a special place for
the LEGO minifig to sit on in Blurr's vehicle more, but this means I have to do
something with Blurr's head. And the only way to accommodate this, would be
turning the head around in vehicle mode. But then, he would be looking at his
own backside in this mode, and this means his cool "antenna" on his head would
be facing backwards too. It's so un-Blurr-like. So I scrapped the idea.

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   The jet mode. Kinda remind you of one particular Star Wars spaceship, right ?

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   Spotted something below the nosecone? You soon will see WHY I put it there.

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   Transformation STEP 1: Flip the legs out

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   STEP 2: Tuck the flaps into his back, to unravel his head

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   STEP 3: Stand him up and rotate his torso

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   STEP 4: Fold the nosecone to save space. Can deploy out when in party mode (where bots are required to dress formally)

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   STEP 5: Unravel his hands and rotate his legs to proper position.

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   Notice that I take extra effort to design his lower leg to be similar to his toy's sculpting. cheers!

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   Attack Mode! Jet booster rockets becoming shoulder mounted cannons

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   Pluck the shield off his butt (so he finally can crouch), and use it (the shield, not the butt!) for defense.

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   Yep.. the lil thing below cockpit cum shield is the shield handle.


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  February 1, 2015
Awesome rendition of Blurr! :)
  April 11, 2011
Love the figure, and was curious: do you sell the creations on eBay? If not, would you be willing to email me bricklists of figures, so I can recreate these amazing works myself?
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  March 12, 2011
I made a Blurr too :p. He is roughly deluxe size and he comes with a little Haywire!
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  December 9, 2010
Blurr is definitely a tough one to do in Lego, really good work! I like your modifications to the design, too.
  July 17, 2009
erm... thats not a space ship... thats a cybertronian racecar...
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  May 1, 2006
really cool! a transforming lego!! very ingenious
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