Posted Jul 10 2012 - 06:35 PM
Just a little fun with the old comics...
Vakama's befuddled stare at the Nuva symbol just lept out "old guy having tech trouble" so much that this came to be.
I See many other instances in these issues that I might do more...
Please reply with your thoughts below, It would mean a lot.
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Posted Jul 10 2012 - 06:45 PM
Credits go to Strack for the awesome sprite.
I'm an Emerging Fluidic Master (again). Time to start working on my Waterbending.
I'm still a ninja although I think I'm losing my skills as one.
"Eggnog sales killed by Master of Wind. Matoran killed by Master of Wind as well. That terrible person."
Posted Jul 10 2012 - 06:49 PM
This is great. This actually makes a bit of sense, which is great. Also, I would replace the "In Ta-Koro, the first GPS has arrived" box to "Meanwhile in Ta-Koro, Vakama is having troubles with his first GPS" because it would make a bit more sense. Nice job on this!
Well, that's a bit to long to fit in that space nicely. Thanks for the feed back though! I'm glad you enjoyed it.
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Edited by Koro-Chaos, Jul 10 2012 - 06:49 PM.
Posted Jul 10 2012 - 06:55 PM
I do recomend you make the background of the top caption to black and the text to white. The gold backgroung for me, doesn't fit.
Your life is complete once you've met me once.
Posted Jul 10 2012 - 08:38 PM
Note: If your art is an edit (meaning a printscreen or another pre-made piece of art manipulated in an image processing program), you must include the word "edit" in the title.
I've fixed it for you.
Anywho, I loled. Not much else to say, but a brilliant choice of image to edit and a great joke.
Posted Jan 31 2013 - 02:49 PM
Haha, clever. I'd like to see more of these.
This is one of my favorite feelings. The can pops open (after a little prying with a fingernail) and the pieces pour onto the table. I examine some of the more interesting parts- the hands, the weapons, the mask, the projectile- and begin to build. Usually, I don’t use the instructions, figuring out the model by looking at the picture on the can. I typically start with the torso, then move on to the arms and legs, then lastly add the head and mask. The completed figure stands before me, weapons ready, imposing despite its six-inch stature. If I particularly like the model’s look and design, it goes on the shelf for all to see (after I pick off a few bits here and there for use in later models). If not, it comes apart, “donating” its pieces to a future creation.
I love Bionicle.
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