Since I didn't have time to make an entry of my own, I will present here my favorite entries of the contest so far instead of advertising mine.The Bohrok Va!
The cutest Bionicle sets remade into a even better, more expressive form. My Shipmate ToMmy, who has had a history of fixation on the Va (perhaps because he is apparently incessantly annoyed by Kayvee), came up with the perfect idea or this Bionicle Building Contest and applied the concept brilliantly, in a simple yet elegant fashion.DAAAAAAAAAAAA!
Whether you find it adorable or disturbing (I find it a blend of both), the entry of my master, Darth Shannara, is premiere. The head alone makes it one of the best MOCs I have seen in a while. I definitely see this anthropomorphic animal going far.The Koala "bear"
is undeniably one of nature's cutest mammals, and Romangus, no stranger to making "cute" MOCs, and done an admiral job capturing that little mammal in Bionicle form. He is even resting in a tree! CzAr's little collection of animals
is a great fit for this theme and a solid departure from his usual building style. I especially like the urchins
; I may build one of my own to go with my little crustacean from the previous contest.Another rabbit
, this one by Neaku, is a great fusion MOC and made to be realistic rather than cartoonish. He managed to pull it off and still keep it cute, and while it is a tad blocky, it is an excellent MOC.An Asian elephant
, made by T08, is monochromatically marvelous. It's a compact and complex MOC, with an expertly-constructed head. And While I will concede that I am more partial to African elephants, this pachyderm is still great.I'm not certain exactly what this is, but i love it.
Kosdan's verdant reptilian MOC has a great color scheme and an innovative construction.