Been a minute and life keeps us busy… The foolish Autobots have me constantly warring so here is a brief but wonderful picture of Ravage.
So sure I felt like it was worth posting two for Sounday… Here is an awesome previous of the upcoming Transformers Devastation Soundwave boss fight… And he is Superior…
Transformers: Devastation – Soundwave In-Game PreviewThis October, Soundwave will unleash some Decepticon destruction.
Posted by Transformers Game on Friday, September 25, 2015
This Soundwave Sunday I wanted to feature a collector who recently showed an overview picture of their collection on Transformer Addicts! Facebook page. Let me just say… Your Soundwave collection is “Inferior” Midori Kaeru’s is “Superior“…
When she posted her collection she only shared on picture of over 130 pictures. I had to ask her to be interviewed and share this collection!
Meet Midori Kaeru
1) How many soundwaves are in your collection?
Without any cassettes or cassette memorabilia which would take even longer to count I have well over 140 items that are just Soundwave or Soundblaster, including some oddities which are wacky colour schemes and are neither character.
2) When did you first start collecting Transformers and more specifically decide to collect Soundwave?
I first started collecting way back in 2008, in fact it was my husband that got me into them in the first place. He saw a commemorative Optimus Prime in a toy shop and was telling me about the Transformers from his childhood so I convinced him to treat himself to it. It all sort of sparked from there, at the time in my area the Classics had just started coming out and Alternators were still in shops so we picked those up, in fact the first Transformer I had for myself was Classics Powerglide. My husband showed me the original Transformers movie, he showed me the toys which he had as a child or managed to pick up from car boots over the years and there was Soundwave! His Soundwave was pretty battered and the poor old Buzzsaw with him had no head but when I transformed him, he was so fun, especially with his cassettes and I just couldn’t believe how good he looked. My husband kindly gave me that Soundwave and that was it. As for only collecting Soundwave, for me I think I’m just too practical. Rather than just collecting Transformers, which is sort of an unobtainable goal since it would be almost impossible to get them all, I decided on just one to concentrate on, you never know, one day I may actually complete it though I doubt it!
3) If you had to pick only one Soundwave out of all of them which one would you keep?
I think I would have to keep a G1 Soundwave. The G1 figure really has stood the test of time and I think he still looks as amazing as he did 30 years ago, even with his limited articulation he still manages to look menacing and pose-able! I have to say, my Soundblaster JR does have a special place in my heart though.
Soundwave is so cool, even as a toy by himself but couple that with his awesome transforming cassettes and the amazing talents of Frank Welker’s voice in the many iterations of him in cartoons which brings him to life even more, how can you argue? He’s the cool and quiet type, has a face plate AND a shoulder cannon, what more could you need?
Now on to the collection! Images Mirrored. To see her complete collection go to her Facebook page.
Yet another teaser following up from yesterdays “Soundwave.” We get Laserbeak… Could the transformers fan page be amping us up for SDCC announcement for a Combiner Wars Soundwave? Or is this just purely informational to create activity on the page.
Hasbro Transformers Page. I have to say… It is time for us to get a Combiner War Soundwave. No I don’t care for it to combine, but we have not seen anything of the likes yet… And well being Soundwave is one of my favorites. Here is their teaser for me for the day.
He has finally finished his 15 minute film! Only 6 months later and let me say it is amazing to see these toys come to life!
So I have a love for Soundwave like no other Transformer… I also recently picked up Tamashii Effect Burning Flame. Let me say I am more than going to be picking up another set, along with other colors! This fire is absolutely phenomenal… Detail wise it really adds to your figures, and gives a pretty realistic looking fire.
In this shoot I am using for the first time an iPhone 6, Maglight (diffused with tissue paper), flat black display cardboard, and floor is a dry erase paper. While I could still use higher end equipment, my trouble is I want to show you can do decent photos with minimal and every day items.
I plan on doing more tutorials on how to do decent photos with even a camera phone.
Now – to say little less this is my favorite shoot I have done to date.