isleofrangoon:

Rangoon Riffs: Christmas Comes But Once A Year!

How better to celebrate Xmas than with a Christmas special from years gone by! It’s a tradition so nice we’re doin’ it twice!

therobotmonster:

protomlad:

WHAT DID I SAY
I SAID GOOD GRAPHICS

WHAT DID I TELL YOU TO DO?

therobotmonster:

protomlad:

WHAT DID I SAY

I SAID GOOD GRAPHICS

WHAT DID I TELL YOU TO DO?

bmogtoys:

dyemooch:

BMOG Ursenal custom drawn in the stream. Which is still going. http://www.livestream.com/dyemooch

The Augmentoids are in deep trouble!

bmogtoys:

dyemooch:

BMOG Ursenal custom drawn in the stream.
Which is still going.
http://www.livestream.com/dyemooch

The Augmentoids are in deep trouble!

Bonus Sticker Set for Kickstarter Backers!

bmogtoys:

Bonus Sticker Set for Kickstarter Backers!

bonus-sticker-set

We’re proud to announce that every Kickstarter backer who is getting a mailed package from BMOG headquarters ($5 backers and up) will be getting a free “Treblemaker” alternate sticker sheet as a thank you for helping make BMOG a reality. We’re looking into other ways of thanking our backers as well.

Thank you, everyone, for your continued support of BMOG!

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therobotmonster:

sarkos:

Starroid Raiders/Space Raiders/Space People (Tomland)
(via TEN LAME KNOCK-OFF TOYS THAT YOU GOT INSTEAD OF THE REAL THING | geekleagueofamerica.com)
The only response I can muster for this article:


I’m with you, Sarkos!
Man, those space alien dudes totally make me want to make a DIY Shapeways kit with multiple heads.

Reblogging for awesome little space dudes.

therobotmonster:

sarkos:

Starroid Raiders/Space Raiders/Space People (Tomland)

(via TEN LAME KNOCK-OFF TOYS THAT YOU GOT INSTEAD OF THE REAL THING | geekleagueofamerica.com)

The only response I can muster for this article:

I’m with you, Sarkos!

Man, those space alien dudes totally make me want to make a DIY Shapeways kit with multiple heads.

Reblogging for awesome little space dudes.

therobotmonster:

therobotmonster:

Hey guys.

As you may or may not already know, my car is dead and I need to raise money to get it fixed. I thought I’d show off some of the things I’ve made for people, then repeat the pitch below.

Shown in White and Red (for detail) is the Sidewinder. Silas from TFW2005.com wanted a weapon for his Fall of Cybertron Sideswipe and let me do whatever I wanted, so I reimagined a more FoC-esq version of Sideswipe’s action master missile gun. 

The Sniper Rifle and Short Sword (in black) were done for Strafe of the Allspark based on descriptions and a sketch of the blade.

In keeping with the Sidewinder, the Lucky 7 is a reinterpretation of Action Master Jackpot’s gun, perfect for your TFCC Animated Jackpot figure.

Finally, we have a sword made for FoC Bruticus. This thing has a blade 5 inches long. This one is still in progress. 

With the exception of the Bruticus Sword all of these weapons, and many others, are available in my Shapeways store (click here).

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You want a Transformers, MOTU, TMNT, MLP, GI-Joe or ANY OTHER action figure weapon/accessory? I’ll make it for you.

Specifically, I will turn your description, rough sketch or general request into a Shapeways-printable source file. 

You just have to specify what you want and what size handle you need (most TFs use a 5mm peg, legion figures use a 3mm) A basic weapon (mechanical details, no special featuresm like those above) will cost $20. 

A complex weapon, such as a two-part weapon, parts with printable chains, something with a lot of elaborate surface detail or organic detailing, mini-figures, Targetmaster-style weapons, custom heads, etc, are negotiated on a per-item basis.

If you just want to help out,

Click here and you can buy something from my shapeways store or grab a $25 collection of all of my digital d20 gaming supplements. (a $114 dollar value) or just kick me a few bucks on paypal to trenttroop (at) gmail (dot) com.

PM me or email me (trenttroop (at) gmail (dot) com) if interested.

Click Here to see the original commissions announcement, which has many more examples physically printed for you to see.

Still doin’ this!

therobotmonster:

cr-familiar-faces:

Greatest Trial in Cinema History….

And how did that crust turn out?

projectxa3:

therobotmonster:

bmogtoys:

Meet the BMOG Retail Colorways!

Due to overwhelming positive response, we’ve launched with two retail colorways instead of just one. Most people who follow the BMOG tumblr will be familiar with our flagship rivals Ursenal and Mant-Axe (the handsome robo-beasts in the slimming black color scheme above), however, we’re proud to introduce two new Paraxxoid heavies, Bearium and Gamma-Ray!

Bearium and Gamma-Ray are in the “Toxic Spill” color that came in #2 in our Kickstarter exclusive color vote by a margin of 2 votes! These poisonous villains are ready to unleash radioactive doom on their enemies as weapons or beasts.

Both sets are now up for pre-order at BigBadToystore.com!

Pre-orders are hugely important for helping us determine order sizes. We want everyone who wants a BMOG to be able to get one so pre-order if you can!

I don’t know what these are but they look interesting.

They’re BMOG (Bio-Mechanical Ordnance Gestalt) figures. Essentially it’s a robot animal made of action figure accessories that you can use on their own or build with like Legos. Their 5mm pegs work with most Transformers & TMNT figures and dozens of other vintage and current toy lines.

eldritchsandwich:

themmnetwork:

clevelandrock:

thesuperscope:

:I

What’s the problem?

I should think it’s pretty dang obvious…

Look at the upper-right corner of the bottom pic. Yeah. What’s that about, huh? —LBD

How could the problem be Just in the bottom pic, it is the same as the top one?

Hats shouldn’t stare. It’s the one thing a hat shouldn’t do. 

siphersaysstuff:

HEL-LO BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYBEEEEEEEEEEEE

siphersaysstuff:

HEL-LO BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYBEEEEEEEEEEEE

therobotmonster:

FLASHBACK FRIDAY REPOST, bringing you art from the Robot Monster that you may have missed the first time through…
Our Quarry Awaits, K-9! - Prismacolor & Ink
Tom Baker’s Doctor is still (thanks in no small part to heaping helpings of childhood nostalgia and his raw awesomeness) my favorite, albeit by a narrow margin. Here he is, drawn from Memory, with K-9.
What alien world is this rock quarry this time? The Doctor is dead-set to find out.

therobotmonster:

FLASHBACK FRIDAY REPOST, bringing you art from the Robot Monster that you may have missed the first time through…

Our Quarry Awaits, K-9! - Prismacolor & Ink

Tom Baker’s Doctor is still (thanks in no small part to heaping helpings of childhood nostalgia and his raw awesomeness) my favorite, albeit by a narrow margin. Here he is, drawn from Memory, with K-9.

What alien world is this rock quarry this time? The Doctor is dead-set to find out.

therobotmonster:

Let’s talk about the Lethal Lexicon

I love old monster manuals. Especially the first Dungeons and Dragons Monster Manual and Fiend Folio. Back when Octavirate was primarily a d20 publisher, one of the books we put out for digital distribution was the Lethal Lexicon, a parody/homage creature collection in two volumes, with 60 new monsters. 

I did everything I could to match the look of the 1st-ed MM, right down to font choices and art style. The creatures, while goofy, were still usable as foes and we kept up the Octavirate variant-rules-and-settings tradition with an appendix on how to adapt the creatures to other d20 rule sets.

It had tons of fun creatures, including endangered dragons, historically inaccurate dinosaurs and hordes of beasts strange and parodical.  I’ve captioned each of the above pictures with the name of the creature involved. See if you can guess what they are before checking!

Part 1 and Part 2 are available for $4.50 each through rpgnow.com

Or, you can get both Lethal Lexicons plus every other Octavirate RPG release (Including ExorSystems Inc) for $25, as I’m trying to raise enough money to get my car fixed and, consequently, get my life back. 

bmogtoys:

BMOG Alternate Build WeekAlternate Build; Chick-o-DoomRequires: 2 Ursenals, 2 Mant-Axes
This week we’re showing off alternate figure-builds using the second run test shots (colors and details are not 100% final) to demonstrate just some of the things you can make with BMOG figures.
Today we have the Chick-o-Doom, a flighty-yet-flightless BMOG prone to shooting his mouth off.

bmogtoys:

BMOG Alternate Build WeekAlternate Build; Chick-o-Doom
Requires: 2 Ursenals, 2 Mant-Axes

This week we’re showing off alternate figure-builds using the second run test shots (colors and details are not 100% final) to demonstrate just some of the things you can make with BMOG figures.

Today we have the Chick-o-Doom, a flighty-yet-flightless BMOG prone to shooting his mouth off.

bmogtoys:

Meet the BMOG Retail Colorways!

Due to overwhelming positive response, we’ve launched with two retail colorways instead of just one. Most people who follow the BMOG tumblr will be familiar with our flagship rivals Ursenal and Mant-Axe (the handsome robo-beasts in the slimming black color scheme above), however, we’re proud to introduce two new Paraxxoid heavies, Bearium and Gamma-Ray!

Bearium and Gamma-Ray are in the “Toxic Spill” color that came in #2 in our Kickstarter exclusive color vote by a margin of 2 votes! These poisonous villains are ready to unleash radioactive doom on their enemies as weapons or beasts.

Both sets are now up for pre-order at BigBadToystore.com!

Pre-orders are hugely important for helping us determine order sizes. We want everyone who wants a BMOG to be able to get one so pre-order if you can!

isleofrangoon:

What do you get when you combine robots and cops? A fun TV show called Almost Human. But we’re not here to talk about that. Instead, join us for a riff of the trailer to the newly released Robocop remake.