Transformers 2: Closer look at Devastator and The Fallen
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NAME OF THE SONG IS DREAMSCAPE!!! ---EDIT--- WOOOO over 300,000 views :D Transformers 2: Closer look at Devastator and The Fallen This is just a short video i put together for those of you who aren't very familiar with the Transformers Universe and you might not know who Devastator of the Fallen are. And because I know you going to ask... NO! "The Revenge of the Fallen" is not used to represent the Decepticions just because they lost in the 1st movie, and NO!!! The Fallen IS NOT Megatron!!! The Fallen is one of the original thirteen Transformers created by Primus, the robot who would become the Fallen betrayed his creator by siding with Primus's dark twin, the malevolent planet-eater Unicron. In the final battle between Primus and Unicron, the Fallen fell victim to the same fate as his master, sucked through a black hole into another dimension. However, while Unicron emerged in another universe, the Fallen was not so fortunate, finding himself trapped in the "underspace" between dimensions. Devastator is the combined form of the Constructicons (Scavenger, Scrapper, Hightower, Longhaul, Rampage, Overload, and Mixmaster. The giant one-wheeled robot as seen in the trailers is Demolisher, and no, he is NOT a part of Devastator) The team's combined form of is brutality in its purest form—his sole purpose is to destroy anything and everything that gets in his way. It is ironic that the suitably intelligent Constructicons should sacrifice their thinking ability in their combined form, but simple-mindedness is a common limitation of the assorted other first-generation combining Transformers, because Devastator's thoughts and actions are limited to what his six components can agree upon at any given time. Consequently, Devastator seems like a being of instinct, lashing out at everything around him before contemplating the consequences, but he is also slow and lumbering and very easy to trip up. Here Are Some Cool Facts About Transformers 2 :D - 14 robots last time, 46 robots this time (ILM only) - If you had all the gold ever mined in the history of man, you could build a little more than half of Devastator. - Optimus Prime will be life size on IMAX screens in many forest fight shots. - Devastator's hand is traveling 390 miles per hour when he punches the pyramid. - The pyramid destruction simulation was 8 times bigger than the old rigid simulation all-time record holder at ILM. - All robot parts laid out end to end would stretch from one side of California to the other, about 180 miles - Devastator's parts stacked tip to tip would be as tall as 58 empire state buildings. - If all the texture maps on the show were printed on 1 square yard sheets, they would cover 13 football fields. Disk Space - Trans1 took 20 Terabytes of disk space. Trans2 took 145 Terabytes. Seven times bigger! - 145 terabytes would fill 35,000 DVDs. Stacked one on top of the other without storage cases, they would be 145 feet tall. Rendering Times - If you rendered the entire movie on a modern home PC, you would have had to start the renders 16,000 years ago (when cave paintings like the Hall of Bulls were being made) to finish for this year's premier! - A single imax shot in the movie (df250) would have taken almost 3 years to render on a top of the line home PC running nonstop. - IMAX frame render times: As high as 72 hours per frame! IMAX - Optimus Prime will be life size on IMAX screens in many forest fight shots. - IMAX frames take about 6 times longer than anamorphic to render. - IMAX frame render times: As high as 72 hours per frame! ILM Screen Time - ILM Screen Time is about 51 minutes. Devastator - Devastator is as tall as a 10 story building. - Devastator has more than 10 times the number of individual parts found in an average car. - Laid out end to end, Devastator's parts would be almost 14 miles long. Devastator Totals - Number of geom pieces: 52632 - The total number of polygons: 11,716,127 - The total length of all pieces: 73090 feet - The total length of all pieces: 13.84 miles
Added on Jun 11, 2010 by blogpost_biz
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