5.22.2009

IG600T

I love the Terminator and I love IG-88. This is their large nephew.


14 comments:

  1. Nice work, Matt. Looks like this guy is a giant.

    How many figures do you think were needed to construct IG600T?

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  2. oh wow great i just saw terminator salvation yesterday so this is even more awesome

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  3. Based on the waist pieces, you would need about 8 or 9 of these guys (since I can't see the back of it) and at least 7 Phase Arms.

    Pretty sweet, nonetheless.

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  4. Groovy. Nice touch with the BuildBlaster there.

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  5. Yeah awesome as usual, but quit teasing and post something we can actually buy!

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  6. Impressive... most impressive...

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  7. Sorry for the crazy amount of time we have taken to update the store. At first glance it won't look like much, but when you spend some time in the PASSCODE area, the extra wait will make more sense. Marcus has gone beyond with his work on this one. Thanks so much as always for the prolonged patience.
    All of you always give us such amazing support and I can't personally ever thank each and every one of you enough. My hope is that this new stuff will open up new creative energy and the real mayhem will begin! One last note, what do you guys think of color change plastic? Temperature change or UV light change? Some of you may want to try putting those strange, slightly opaque light blue Phase Arms that have been appearing in random orders in the freezer. Just remember that they are experimental and Glyos parts don't like to come apart in the harsh cold. So build your stuff and then give it a chill -if you happen to have the parts I'm talking about...

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  9. Color change plastic would be a great idea. Heat, cold, water. Will deffinatley give a new dimension to the figures. Lets get the sales going. Some of us are getting the TGB heads we need ne parts and accessories

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  10. matt when you say spend some time on the passcode are you talking about the warp zone

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  11. As a kid I loved color change toys. I remeber playing hours with the temperature change cars and Zartan was one of my favorites Joe 'cause its skin change color with sun. Now if you can make color change Glyos parts go with them. This would be a perfect feature.

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  12. IG600T: Effin' awesome dude. That guy's a beast, you should totally have him in a fight with an Armodoc once you have one all painted up.

    Color Change Plastic (Temp): COOL (no pun intended..aw hell, sure, pun intended LoL) idea! Makes me want to make a hot/cold character whose head can rotate to match the color of the body.

    Color Change Plastic (UV/Sunlight): AWESOME idea. I'm all for it. I have a specific character in mind (you might know the one, I showed you a pic at Toy Fair) that'd benefit from having a solar-exposure plastic body.

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  13. I tossed one of the color change plastic bits in the freezer last night and this morning, when I took it out, the color difference was very noticeable.

    Nice touch, Matt. Now we can build a Glytan figure.

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