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  • Birthday 09/18/1997

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  1. For some reason it didn't quite show in the photo but they actually are the same shade of gray. I'm not sure what sets they came from but I'm glad they made them lol the Mata torsos were all Grayson's idea and I have to agree. They're rarely used in MOCs and I think they look seamless here.
  2. Plasma Beam and Ice Beam, designed by myself Wave Beam and Charge Shot designed by StevetheSquid/Grayson M.
  3. Electro-swingin' King of the Concrete Jungle. a one-day tablescrap. I've been wanting to use those weird HF head parts for a segmented build for a while now and I figured I'd experiment with it today. It was also a fun experiment with color and those weird shadow matoran torsos. It's not my best moc but I liked it enough to post it. Hopefully you all like it as well!
  4. Two hands... More photos Built for BignicleCup2019 on twitter, this is a remake of Kongu Mahri stylized after Monev the Gale from the manga and anime Trigun. This MOC took a lot of time, money, and input from friends. While I feel like I could've done better, it feels nice to get it finished. It also felt nice to make a Toa again. And yes, the Cordak Blaster gauntlets do actually fire.
  5. SA Report post Posted just now Legends say that on some extra spooky Halloween nights in a small town near you that you can hear the thunderous motor of Killbilly's Monstercycle and Pumpkin Joe's Off-roader trucking down the interstate (and through the occasional cornfield). Nobody knows where they came from. Some say they came right from the depths of Tartarus. Others say they live in Pennsylvania. A MOC that I built for a local Lego contest. I won, but it's hard to lose when you're the only competitor in your age bracket. This was a lot of fun to build. I finally got to put a lot of those minifig base tiles to use and I think it turned out pretty nice.
  6. Thanks! I like a lot of the Hero Factory sets, especially the villains, but Aquagon really needed a makeover. Funny that you should mention the legs. The legs were probably my least favorite part since they're so bland in comparison to the rest but I'm glad that you like them! Thank you! Thank you! You definitely should! Kanaishi's frame uses a lot of newer technic pieces as well, but I imagine you could make a variant with older stuff. I thought it was difficult but a fun challenge. If you're looking for more of a push to build one there's a contest on twitter for making a Mahri-themed bignicle that you may want to check out.
  7. A hair-trigger youth with a lot to prove. Skate or Die! More photos
  8. And I will sing, waiting for the gift of sound and vision... Special thanks to BZP member Sergei Rahkmaninoff and his incredible use of the Crystal Hau (which you can see here) for inspiration and Modalt Masks for the wonderful paintjob on the Pakari.
  9. More photos The Aquagon set has such a cool head mold, but I think the rest of the set is really disappointing. Surprisingly, Aquagon is one hero factory set that I haven't seen a remake of. I hope that I did it justice. This MOC was built using the Kanaishi Frame. Building it was a challenge but I like the results. I'm definitely going to be building more bignics in the future.
  10. Mechanical pet of Leroy, and loyal to the end... together I don't think it takes a genius to see that this was inspired by Spot Mini by BostonDynamics
  11. CZQ

    Blue3

    A MOC inspired by the mecha builds of the one and only nobu_tary. A surprisingly quick build. Might try more system mechs like this in the future who knows...
  12. Experimental prototype SMG. Possesses state-of-the-art AI systems. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances led to the AI integrating itself to a police drone, giving itself full autonomy. Retrieving the unit will be... difficult to say the least. More photos Inspired by this piece of concept art[/size]
  13. Only the most prime of moose belong on this-here plaque. No substitutes for the best. Antler inspiration came from The Electric Moose, a moc from last year's Bio-cup competition.
  14. Built as part of a collaborative build. Check the moc out on flickr and instagram to see the rest!
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