My interest in Transformers is returning with increasing excitement as I now have the Transformers remastered 80’s movie released at the end of this year and of course the new real life action movie next year as well to look forward to.

Simon Pell has sent me a link to this 3D animation that someone has created, which is meant to immitate Optimus Prime in stunning realism and I must say it looks very impressive:

There is certainly a lot of talent in the Internet community that wish to spend time and share their interests online with the rest of us around the world.

On a side note did you know that the web is 15 years old as of today?

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4 thoughts on “Transformers Fan 3D Animation

  • That was pretty nice the good old days of watching cartoons without a care in the world

  • The aniversary was for the web, not the Internet…

  • Looks like the shadow wasn’t quite the right colour, and it was a bit simple (if you’ve every seen the spinning around and multiple pieces merging and splitting of the transformer movies, you know what I mean)

    but it’s INCREDIBLY good for an amateur!


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