Saturday, April 20, 2013

How Transformers Toys Are Made.

04.20.2013 – Transformers toys and design concepts has debated in online toy forums for the past decade. The questions on who created it which has been more constantly stem from arguments has been shed to light by Gizmodo when they posted an article how Transformers where made.

Then a few days later they posted a video documentary not only features Transformers but also other Hasbro toys being made.

Surprisingly you’ll get to see Mark Maher’s work station filled with TF toys notable Generations Metroplex. The upcoming 24 feet tall figure won’t be out in stores until sometime in September 2013 and some specialty toy stores has begun their pre-order.

But more to the highly anticipated Autobot City is how Hasbro collaborates with their Japanese counterparts. It was explained in the article ny Gizmodo and seeing how things are made now is easier with 3D printers that has put the advancement of technology which has definitely changed all that.

GIZMODO - Inside Hasbro: Model Shop Magic from Gizmodo on Vimeo.

Some might complain with the design and the color schemes but the way you look at it does not look easy to make. Some things might work or it doesn’t even though they make this things look cool they also have limitations on the budget for the figure to stand out.

From the looks of it even though some of their creations have flaws it still makes money due to the popularity of the brand that has been around for 30 years.

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