Lukis Bros Transformers Collector Site
Unicron.com Galleries: TFA Grimlock
Hello fellow fans! As we fast approach Botcon, the biggest annual convention celebrating all things Transformers, we wanted to let you in on a little (well, BIG!) project we've been working on. "Unicron.com galleries" have the phenomenal potential of being incorporated into character pages (for example, see all the text links to toy and movie images on this page? Instead, imagine a nice little thumbail gallery!) as well as pictures to be linked in Events and Interviews reports, Alterations Blog and more...
We've spent months in development behind the scenes, building the infrastructure. It may not seem like much (Maybe you're thinking, "So what, a thumbnail picture gallery?) but trust me when I tell you, it'll have a very positive impact on the future of our site and its development, making page production much easier and faster which will hopefully/likely lead to more frequent updates!
So before we begin the process of incorporating this technology into various pages, we thought we'd give it a little "test drive." For your viewing pleasure you can now check out galleries of images taken of Transformers: Animated Grimlock.
Check HERE for his dinosaur mode.
Check HERE for his robot mode.
(Thanks to an anonymous photographer for the images themselves and of course thanks due to Brian //stampy for all the infrastructure development.)
Here are some things to notice. As you would expect, click on the thumnails to see larger images in either Medium mode (for those with slower internet speed) or Large (full image size) modes, notice how awesomely huge they are! :) Links just above the "picture frame" allow you to select image size and scroll through the gallery either picture-by-picture or you can click the 'back to gallery' text link below the picture frame to start over.
As we said, this is a "test drive" of our new infrastructure and we welcome your constructive criticism and feedback. Now is the time to make changes, if any are requested or dreamed up! What do you think?! :)
See you at Botcon!