Well, It's good to see that some positive change is being made on the forums.
*Goes back to checking the 254 notifications I recieved yesterday*
Well, that's all for now.
Vezon and Kardas!
So after two glorious hours of building this set, and I took some pictures.
About a third into the build, when you work on the main spinal column/torso/waist thing, it looks almost like a life size hilt of Tahu Mata's sword. Also, by bending the wing parts a bit, it looks like the start of a crossbow.
Then, after taking those pictures, I continued building. So, here is the finished product presented on my desk (Like a Boss!), and then I posed them for a picture of a hunt (You can decide for yourself which is the predator and which is the prey ), etc. etc. etc. Kardas could probably be modified into a Moc of the "King Kriptor", or a Cybran or UEF ACU.
Well, this was definitely worth the $27 it cost for me to buy this from Tazakk.
Um... sorry if I broke the blog entry title display thing
Anyways, tomorrow I'll go back to see my grandparents, and hopefully I'll get something done.
EDIT: Well, the guy who has been creating the models I use for my non-bionicle related stuff just churned out some more epic stuff. I can't wait until January, when I'll get a resupply of paper to make this epic new stuff.
Viper MK II: I Finished Glueing the Wing and attached it, so it's complete!
Helmet: So my grandfather managed to have the time this week to Do some Paper mache. He's done the bottom half, and it feels a bunch stronger now. Hopefully he can get the rest done this week. The irregularities caused by the paper mache process actually add to the battle-tested look by making bumps and dents in it, which is awesome. While I was here I Did all the paper Mache on one shoulder plate, so when I get back next weekend I'll use it to experiment with the clay-like paper mache's detail method.
Inside of helmet
Another look inside
I didn't have time to add more paint to the Companion cube, but I'll do that next weekend. For now, I'll just be putting all my efforts into completing the armor I have built until I get more Cardstock in January. I'll have more time next weekend because I'll get a few days off this week of school for a holiday or something.
Just saw the news. Bye-bye, Twinkies.
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