Action Pose – GDO Cliffjumper

Cliffjumper is known for a few things, like being red, hot-headed, packing huge guns, and accusing Mirage of being a traitor.

That dirty spy…

He’s also known for being a minibot, about the size of Bumblebee.

Of course, Classics is all about updated designs, and I can see Cliffjumper wanting to be a bit bigger and have some built in cannons.

"Who says I don't fit where?"
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As blocky as this mold is, I think it’s a better fit for Classics than the FE Cliffjumper is for TF Prime. Here’s a group pic to prove it. And as much as people complained about the head, all it really needed was just some extra silver to fill out the cheeks.

That being said, I can’t blame anyone for having a different opinion on how to collect tiny plastic giant robots. :)

But for me, this is a heck of a lot better than a Bumblebee repaint. Even if it does tend to get cut in half by certain Decepticon Medics.


I figured it had been a while since I’d shown off something TF related around here. I don’t take as many of those pics as I used to, but I think the quality has gone up quite a bit. This is one of my favorites that I’ve done, so I hope you like it.

If you want to know what I’ve been busy with lately, my wife and I write books together, and our first one to get published is coming out this October.  This is just the first, as we’ve got a backlog of books that are going to start coming out a few times a year. And they’re all going to be lavishly illustrated! There are previews of the artwork here and here, and there’s more to come soon!

If you like Howard’s Conan, Burroughs’s John Carter, Gotrek and Felix of Warhammer, or just dig fun adventures with lots of action and a bit of dark humor, you should check it out.

A series of sword and sorcery, dark humor and horror, high adventure and low brow, these books follow an often hung over barbarian as he encounters gods, devils, and the monsters in between. Tropes and expectations are challenged, beauty is found, gore is splayed, and fun wears contemplation like a pensive pall.


So, dear reader, do you like the newer style of Action Poses with detailed backgrounds? What’s your favorite expansion for Carcassonne?

Leave a comment and let me know! And don’t forget, you can share this post with your friends using the links below!

~Matt Booker

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