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  1. Hey all! This was requested a lot on the Bionicle subreddit so I thought I would share it here too! Over the last 6 years I've been working on building a Metru Nui Minecraft map, and have the current world file available for download! It's far from complete, but so far we have the Coliseum, the Great Temple, the Fountains of Wisdom, and the Protodermis Falls and Great Furnace as works in progress. Let me know if there's anything you need with the file! https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TAUurwHMhK6DwCmAh1GSKEJPtp-K1uX7
  2. Oh that's a fantastic idea, it should also be possible to scale it up for cosplay purposes too.
  3. I mean, there's also the emphasis on studying the stars, which I guess is an overall Matoran thing, but at least on Mata Nui it seemed most connected to Ga-Koro.
  4. You've been on here for more than a decade? Dang man, that's awesome! Ahh yeah that makes sense. But honestly I could image this as a cinematic Toa Tahu rendering, and nearly all of those character renderings have that yellow/orange eye, I think it fits pretty well.
  5. What's wrong with the eye color?
  6. A couple shots of the work I've done making The Great Furnace! Forge1.jfif
  7. Hey y'all! Just wanted to share a project that I've been working on, I'm building the island of Metru Nui, as much to scale as I can. Here's some shots of an earlier draft of The Coliseum and the central island! Coliseum2.jfif Coliseum5.jfif
  8. Hi! I had a question I wanted to ask before starting a post. So the project I'm working on is a recreation of the Island of Metru Nui in Minecraft, so the type of art I would post would be picturesque shots of my work. Would this all be under one "Metru Nui" post, or should I make individual posts on different aspects of the larger project, like a "Great Temple" post, a "Coliseum" post, a "Great Furnace" post, etc. Thank you for your time!
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