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Transformers Comics Tributes - MTMTE Drift

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A highly detailed, highly poseable (non-transforming) tribute to one of the most popular new Transformers characters in years, the Lost Light's sword-wielding spiritualist, Drift! With a design based on the work of the incredible Alex Milne, and with hands capable of holding any 5mm weapon/accessory (like, say, the 3 swords that come included with him), Drift is all set to slice and dice some Decepticons in the name of Primus!

Drift also comes with a peg-on chest, so you can relive his days as the Decepticon Deadlock (add-on Deadlock chest coming soon)!

Points of articulation:
- Ball-jointed neck, shoulders, elbows, hips, knees and ankles.
- Swivel joints in the waist and wrists.
- Ab crunch in the torso
- Ball-jointed scabbard for his short swords.


1/ Clean all parts thoroughly before painting, and once the balls joints are assembled, they can be quite hard to get apart again, so paint before assembly.

2/ The ab crunch joint, in order to be printable, is a little tight. If you have trouble putting that joint together, file a tiny amount of plastic off the lip of the joint in the lower torso. This will allow it to slot in while still keeping a firm grip on the upper torso.

3/ Due to the nature of the printing process, the swivel joints (waist and wrists) and ball joints (everything else) may be quite loose out of the packet. This is easily rectified with a layer of superglue or clear nail polish. Ensure the glue is fully dried before assembling the figure! Trust me on this, I learned the hard way... -sheepish grin-

Special thanks to Mei Phon for the constructive criticism!
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