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Decepticon Shellshock . Transformer Decepticon . Shellshock was sent to earth during WWII, his protoform crash landed in France, days after the landing at Normandy. His memory chip was badly damaged in the crash, this made him forget almost everything about his quest to find Megatron and the allspark. The war made him a seasoned veteran, fighting with a squad of American troops against the Nazis, he managed not to show his true form. He also got very attached to his alternate vehicle, which he didn't change to this day. I've been building this for almost 2 months now, and it's taken up most of my time and nerves. The transformation, although not so complicated theoretically, is very complex due to the small shifting parts and my desire to make it look as movie-ish as possible (as in the busy-junkyard look the transformers had in the movie), also I wanted to make the alternate model look realistic and detailed.I've been asked before, and wanted to make this clear, the model really transforms, it does not achieve this through dismantling. Thanks for watching :) .

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