86 Jazz kit-upgrades - fillers, grappling hook, speakers, studio series!
Variant: Comes Painted or Unpainted. - (UNPAINTED is cleaned but un sanded) (PAINTED: Is sanded, coated painted and sealed) Colors: May vary but come general as pictured.
Printing: is done with multiple printer types, nozzle sizes and methods items will all have varying differences due to printing sanding and panting.
Where we started off with this was on the idea of simply filling in the hollows gaps which were present in the thighs and forearms on Jazz. Specially dimension-ed filler plates do the trick here:
Whilst working on the fillers, having the grappling hook re-designed for SS86 Jazz popped into mind so you can see that here too! Some of you may remember this from the earlier version done up for PotP Jazz.
The Grappling Hook essentially comprises of a hook attached to the spool piece by means of a length of black string or thread. The spool is then attached onto the hook arm by means of a ~1.5mm rod piece. Jazz holds on to this grappling hand by slotting it into his hand, and then rotating the hand back into the "storage" position, similar to when he is in his alt mode.
With the grappling hook in hand (heh heh), Jazz can even hoist himself off the ground or use the line to save comrades from raging rivers.
The speaker cone set which was also done pays homage to the many wacky times we saw Jazz use music to "convince" the opposition to back away and retreat! These would need to be pegged into the slots in his doors in bot mode.
And the front tip of the speaker horn allow for blast effects to be added on too, so Jazz can y'know, blast his music:
Transformed into his car mode, these speakers then clip onto Jazz's spoiler, to look similar to how we saw him in the animation: