Oh nooooo, I've started to work up a character concept based on that leg. ;__; Oh well, I guess I'l just be wholly unsatisfied with myself until I actually build it or I get distracted by another idea.
Ingredients: 2 eggs 1 russet potato shredded cheese 2 pretzel buns onion Yields 2 sandwiches. Clean and shred the potato. Don't bother peeling it. Dice the onion. Use about half as much onion as you have potato shreds. Beat both eggs, either separately or with some way to have them be two equal portions. Place potato and onion in a hot pan (around medium temperature, depends on stove and burner size) and cook until potato becomes translucent. Once cooked, remove from pan. Mix shred
Won this at the premiere of The Force Awakens as part of a charity raffle done by the local clan of the Mandalorian Mercs. Finally got it today, because I was on break and had a friend pick it up for me instead. I like it, but find the posing to be a bit difficult because she's not a force user so you can't do many "hand outstretched" poses, which is a bummer.
The final member of the team is on the way to being done, with a few bits of placeholder armor in gold for the time being. I'll need to find some tan shells in places other than Grievous, because I like Grievous. And don't worry, even though the torso isn't flipped like on the original I still put a gear on his butt. Just couldn't find a nice way to attach the head otherwise.
Back when I initially built my "Hero Factory Toa" I had been trying to think of ways to make Nuva versions as well, but couldn't think of any decent way to recreate the shoulder armor. But now that these new shoulder armor pieces exist, and in silver, that concern is trivial. Thank you, LEGO, for continuing to help me realize my dumb little dreams. <3
Hi! Okay, as with last year, I'm not going with any of the suggestions given. Not for lack of quality, but you're competing against Wolfgun lyrics here, so it's an uphill battle even at the best of times. Anyway, the winner is Zox Tomana, who suggested "BIONICLE Fan At Large". Even though I'm not going to use it, I found it amusing and clever. There weren't as many entries this year, though, so maybe I'll have to be a bit more clever with how I do this in the future.