ZMFTS Update Log (2009)
I'm always making little changes here and there
that won't merit a mention in the updates log, but just about anything new
that I've added to the site can be found here. Keep in mind that some
links on this page will no longer work as the site continues to evolve.
Always start from the home page to find the most current links!
As I write this, huge chunks of my web site are offline because
AOL decided to cancel its web hosting service in October. (I didn't
actually notice until last December. Shows you just how much I pay
attention.) I had been planning to do some kind of big tenth anniversary
thing for the ZMFTS, but that sort of thing is hard to do when the site up
and disappears without warning. This actually couldn't have come at
a more convenient time, since I really didn't have time to do anything special
in the first place. So, anyway. Ten years. Hurrah.
Anyway, I've still been finishing projects and posting the page links to
alt.toys.transformers, even though the pages themselves don't link to anything
else. At some point this year I want to move the entire site to
Fortunecity, but if I'm going to upload all those files, I want all
the HTML formatting to be consistent and up to my current standards, and
that will take a lot of work. (It's just one of those ongoing projects,
like photodocumenting my 3700+ collectibles or taking new pictures of my
350+ projects.) Anyway, these links will be available once the site
goes live again, so I'm adding them here. Plus, as I've said before,
I'm notoriously unconvinced of my own nonproductivity if I don't have
documentation of it somewhere, so if nothing else, this will be useful for
the updates archive.
2009 will be, I hope, the year I finally get done all those PVC figures of
generic Decepticon jets from the G1 cartoon. There's only a handful
of them left to go, actually. I've been saving two of the more important
ones for last, namely
the two purple guys who harassed Sideswipe and Sunstreaker in "More Than
Meets the Eye" part 2. (Yes, technically they already did a BotCon
version of one of these guys, but the colors are a bit off, and I insist
on having figures on my Heroes of Cybertron display shelf that look
like the characters from the cartoon.)
I also painted up a Robot Heroes version of G1
intended as a counterpart for the existing Robot Heroes version of Rumble.
(You're not gonna believe this, but he's actually in Hasbro toy colors,
not Sunbow animation colors! I knowI'm shocked, too!)
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Last Updated: 10/17/2009