Hey, Alan here. I want you to know that I appreciate the images of Movie Voyager Optimus and Megatron, but I don't think we should use them with the obvious seibertron.com watermark. I removed them from the articles and marked the photos for deletion. If you can take some photos of your own to contribute, or find a source and confirm that we can use them, then great. --Sntint 03:48, 10 July 2007 (UTC)
Hi, I have removed your recent edit to the Animated Transformers movie page because you uploaded an animated gif of the recent Sony DVD to replace the theatrical movie poster. It doesn't really make that much sense in the context of the article to use the DVD cover, and we don't like using animated gifs unless necessary because they make the page load slowly and they look cheesy. Besides, the filesize is far too large. --FFN 13:40, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
G1-redeco Movie Starscream packaged photoEdit
Hi. Walky deleted this image because: 1) the filename is an indecipherable alphanumeric string that doesn't convey the image content 2) It has a giant watermark showing clearly that the image is stolen from another website, which is plain mean. 3) Toy photos should not be of packaged toys.
Please do not re-upload a image unchanged after an admin deletes it. --Sntint 18:54, 23 August 2007 (UTC)
You're starting to become a real pest, 855. Yet again, you have uploaded an image with a completely unacceptable file name. And on top of that, it's a verboten photo of a stolen toy prototype. Shape up or ship out, dude. --Steve-o 17:23, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
I removed the Classics Prime picture you just uploaded because it is uselessly small. You merely saved a thumbnail image off the wikipedia instead of saving the actual image. You also didn't add any copyright information onto the image's page. --FFN 19:27, 22 September 2007 (UTC)