Believe it or not, but this took me six days to make.
"The kanohi maestro was first worn by Toa Audio, who is credited with making the first horn organ, predecessor of the more popular shell organ."
He made a large bellow, but it was rather high and found no toa that were up for the job.
He hired a po-matoran instead.
And the hammer can be explained: no, he isn't trying to break it, its just the only way for him to reach it.
(geez, i've thought this through, havent I?)
The first row is made up of hollowed out muaka claws;
the second of mountain rahi horns;
the third is made of some sort of coral.
He couldn't find anything big enough for the lowest register, so he just had them made out of protodermis.
This was more of a funny idea than anything else.
I got my inspiration when i was sitting in a church, listening to my dad rehearsing on his harpsichord. Then he told me "why dont you go check out the organ?" I guess he noticed i was bored.
So there i was, staring at this old, broken down organ, when i looked down and saw my dad doing his weird faces/ positions thing. He calls it "being in to the music", but i dunno.
And that was my tale of how i got inspired to make some weirdo playing an old, broken down organ. So, yeah.
This actually took me three days to make, but i was experimenting with the backgrounds a lot, so that took up the other three days.
In the end, i realised it didn't require a backround- in contrast to my earlier "ta-koro school" drawing, the quetion is what, not where.
Anyway, i hope you like it! (and i hope i didn't talk too much. I have the tendency to do that. )
Constructive criticism appreciated!
Try to come up with what Audio's powers could have been, what his mask does, ETC.
Edited by Dwanny, Apr 09 2012 - 11:22 AM.