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  1. I've had this idea floating in my mind for a long time, but I finally got around to making it! The TIE/WL Walker, affectionately called the TIEtan by pilots, is a collaborative project between Sienar Fleet Systems and Kuat Drive Yards. When the Imperial Military's R&D labs approached the two contracted manufacturers with a common project seeking to merge the strengths of the TIE series of starfighters with the AT series of walkers, representatives of the two companies were hostile to the idea at first, but eventually an agreement was reached. The Walker doesn't only carry the TIE name as a nod to its design, as it is indeed powered by a dual Ion-based power core. The design brief called for a ground vehicle with the versatility of a walker, but with the maneuverability of a starfighter. Unlike any AT series vehicle, the TIE Walker was designed to be roughly humanoid in shape, featuring legs that had far greater range of motion than any AT model. One very clear and obvious advantage the TIEtan has, for example, is that it can get back up if knocked over. The design process of the vehicle was long and troubled, primarily due to constant workplace incompatibility between the Sienar and Kuat staff. The TIEtan, in spite of being the result of the concept "mix the TIE with the AT", differs from both in many aspects. It is the sole Imperial military vehicle which has a primary weapon system independent of the main vehicle itself. The large gun is held by the machine's humanoid hands instead of being integrated. It also represent the complete opposite of typical Imperial design directives - instead of a simple machine that is easy to mass produce, and is therefore expendable, the TIEtan is a highly complex feat of engineering, and each unit is extremely costly to produce, thus the retrieval of even heavily damaged units is imperative. The TIEtan's main gun also went through many design iterations. The weapon is loaded with three different kinds of ammunition, which already alludes to another major difference from typical Imperial weapons - instead of being a blaster, the WLG-108 uses projectiles. The basic loadout includes independent magazines for hybrid Anti-Material/Armor Piercing ammo, High-Explosive ammo and Incendiary ammo. Sienar and Kuat engineers argued during development extensively whether to settle with incendiary ammo or give the Walker an actual flamethrower with a back-mounted fuel tank, however eventually the danger of the fuel tank caused the incendiary ammo to be the final version. With the back-slot freed up, R&D teams explored the concept of a dedicated melee weapon, and produced a working prototype for a huge chain-sword. In the end, the weapon would have demanded significant downgrades in other areas to fit the budget, so it was scrapped. The design team's progress report about the cancellation of the melee weapon stated "The Walker can punch anything in melee range anyway". Eventually the back-slot was designated as a storage area for the WLG-108, allowing the TIEtan to use its dextrous hands for support activities, like clearing debris before less agile vehicles, like AT-STs and Sabre tanks. After the Walker was deployed, resourceful pilots also discovered that the hands can be used for climbing. Additional armaments include an auto-targeting anti-infantry "cleanup" blaster mounted on the top of the cockpit, a "small" (compared to the WLG-108) hand-held blaster sidearm should primary ammo run out (stored on a hip-holster) and a 4-missile extendable launcher bank suitable for anti-air and anti-material applications. The humanoid design of the TIEtan allowed for a considerably wide range of motion, almost equal to that of humans. Most standard vehicle control schemes limited this ability, however, so the design team had to explore alternate options. Motion-controls were considered, which saw pilots dressed in an exo-skeleton with sensors on all their joints translating their own movements to the vehicle, however this would have required far too much room, which the cockpit did not provide. The designers were forced to opt for a highly experimental and costly method instead, which they dubbed Spinal Bypass. TIEtan pilots have to be extensively implanted with special cybernetics, primarily in their brains and eyes, but the biggest procedure with the complete replacement of the entire spine with a cybernetic augmentation. This implant is then used to "plug-in" to the TIEtan, and the brain implants redirect electrical impulses from the brain to the vehicle. When the pilot "moves" their hand, the signal never reaches their actual hand, but is instead directed into the Walker, so it moves its hand. While in the cockpit, the pilots are temporarily paralysed. The cockpit contains basic controls, but these are only there due to the value of the vehicles themselves - should a TIEtan pilot be incapacitated, but the vehicle is still operable, non-implanted Imperial personnel can access very limited functionality, allowing them to walk the Walker back to base. Due to the much wider range of motion and higher speed compared to other walkers, during simulations veteran TIE pilots fared much better than AT pilots, thus the pool of high-performing starfighter pilots is where TIEtan pilots are transferred from and trained. Since piloting a TIEtan is a sensation equal to moving your own body, many pilots developed motorfunction quirks after spending a lot of time out in the field. As the Walker possesses no "head" and the cockpit is in the torso, the pilots never move their necks while inside. After prolonged missions, many bring this kind of motion with them to down time. When someone calls out to a TIEtan pilot, instead of glancing over, they would twist their whole torso to face the other person. This has resulted in a marked increase of personnel problems and bullying towards pilots, who tend to keep to one another for company. As a result, the HR department of the Imperial Military prescribed mandatory 3 hours per week with base counselors. TIEtans didn't see much field action during the early days of the Empire, and due to their cost they never became widespread, always remaining elite units of few number. Though extensively field tested prior, a unit consisting of 6 TIEtans were first properly deployed during the Battle of Hoth. While the standard Imperial units, consisting of AT-ATs and AT-STs lead the main assault, the Walker unit was sent to traverse the mountains and snow-dunes hiding the Rebel airfield. Though many Rebels, including all high-value targets escaped, the TIEtans performed admirably in the extreme weather conditions, broke through the defenses and shot down several smaller Rebel ships. They were later deployed across many theatres of war, and also used as intimidation in newly "liberated" regions - however, this secondary function wasn't often used, as 20 AT-STs are scarier to farmers than a single TIEtan, but they still cost less. Walkers modified for zero-g operation patrolled the outer hull of the Death Star 2, for example. Following the fall of the Empire, the remnant could no longer afford manufacturing new TIEtans, so those which remained in operation became extremely important, and their pilots became celebrated legends among the military. It is unknown whether the First Order is attempting to adapt the old TIE Walker design for their own use, but so far they have not fielded any similar vehicles. Flickr album: click here As always, comments, criticism, praise and credits welcome!
  2. Edit:I improved my Warlord Makuta in many ways since I entered it. I decided it was necessary, and I wish I entered it this way last time. I gave him extra claws like wolverine.I gave him transparent purple shin armor, a more natural looking battle skirt with more transparent purple to even it out. I also lowered his wings, and gave him a huge battle axe to go with his mace when he wants a different weapon. I think my next changes will be getting black axles for the skirt, which is kinda similar to JTO Makuta, and I will see if I can use some transparent purple on the arms without leaving gaps in his arm armor.. I am changing the original pictures to links. Ever since I saw the first animation for Bionicle generation 2, I wanted a huge Makuta. Then when we saw Journey to One, we got it. But I thought it just looked a little off. So I started thinking of how I would make a giant Makuta for the To a to battle. I wanted him to look large and impressive. And I then realized we never had a character with a flail. I then realized I had the purple pieces that would work great. Then I decided he needed a shelf. So I took some Thornatus pieces and a buzzsaw to make a kite shield. I then decided that the ways most characters hold their weapons looked rigid and unnatural. So he holds the flail at an angle. I made his talons and claws the same for consistency. I picked the shoulder arnor because it just looked so cool on Onua. I made the stomach and back use torso armor to reduce the gappiness, but it still has some gap on the back. The legs have an unnecessary amount of detail, but I like how they turned out. I especially like this Mask of Ultimate power. I hope you guys like this guy. I made several call changes recently, and I think I finally made him complete. I would welcome opinions and onions. http://i.imgur.com/VnKwHGI.jpg http://i.imgur.com/jLut1wY.jpg http://i.imgur.com/95kfofd.jpg http://i.imgur.com/AGliVLs.jpg
  3. A fearsome, curvy LEGO Bionicle/Hero Factory villain I built this week. She stands 42 modules/33.6 centimeters/13.25 inches tall and has 26 points of articulation. Her name means "poisonous rose". Check out the Flickr album for more photos! Feedback welcomed!
  4. Makuta: Consumed By Light The Toa shattered at his feet, Makuta plucks the Mask from Ekimu's feeble grasp. Victory all but achieved, a soft laugh escapes as he dons his long-sought prize. And yet, gloating turns to fear. A cry escapes as the Mask's light surges down. Makuta's final moment is consumed by the realization that the Mask is far greater than he. Toa Gali's words echo from the distant past: "You wanted our power, monster. Now let us see if you can handle it." → Rebrick Entry ← Don't forget to give it a like! Click to zoom My concept is a take on a classic Bionicle theme--the destiny of good to triumph over evil, captured in the pivotal moment when Makuta's arrogance is overcome, and the Mask's light begins to wash down over him. The total build + photoshoot took about 2 weeks. All feedback and critique is welcome! It's been about 5 years since I last MOC'd; good to be back.
  5. Forged from a few years of refinements and rebuilds, this is my definition of The Marendar. Full Album + History: http://imgur.com/a/pS5Gg In the G1 lore, Marendar was a unique creation of the Great Beings. It was created as a safeguard against the Toa, should any of them go rogue against the Agori, or even the Matoran and Mata Nui. Sealed within a metallic Protodermis cage, he was finally released following Makuta Teridax’s defeat. However beyond this, we know nothing as the Bionicle G1 story ended shortly after. The model stands at about 40 CM tall, depending on how much grip his legs can get, weighs about one and a half kilos, and consists of an estimated 1200+ pieces, including the Fission Harpoon he wields.
  6. Character history: the control himself, the first shadow was a god with powers both the control and management of energy and creation of beings. he and his brother's were devoted to the creation of several Okoto beings, lived several generations of creatures to meet and create. However he was corrupted by ambition and without premeditation he killed his brother. its attempt to dominate the island, was the end of the god and the emergence of the mask of control. about moc: I take long time to make a solid version, lacking ideas to give consistency to the appearance, the idea was to make an impressive character without the need for both golden armor. .
  7. FIRST TITAN!!!!!!!!! Anyway, the only backstory I have for this guy is that he wanders between the Dark Hunters and The Order of Mata Nui, both giving and selling information to both sides. Who is he really working for? Only he knows the answer... Main pic: http://imgur.com/3PvyjDO Full gallery: http://imgur.com/a/M8NUr
  8. Finally! After a long hiatus of not building anything (that collab project I did really did drain my creativity for a while afterwards ), I'm back with a new MOC. Though I may well have made it just to show off my latest rare acquisition... Kulta's mask in Pearl Gold! Surprise, surprise - it's another original creation Skull Villain from me. Skull Smasher, a hugely successful wrestler in his previous life during the age of Steampunk and given new life by "mysterious forces", is an eloquent brute who towers above even Kulta, and could "accidentally" squash a Protector underneath his feet and throw Toa around like they were a dog's chew toy. Even Kulta himself dares not underestimate Smasher's sheer power, as Smasher could crush Kulta in an instant in one of his huge hands. But don't think Smasher is all brawn and no brains or class. Smasher is incredibly vain as far as Skull Villains go. He never goes out without wearing his feather and velvet robes, held together with his lucky golden bone. Show him a mirror or give him a camera (he'll stop mid-fight and take a selfie of him crushing his victims) and you'll probably distract the titan enough to get past him... or land the killing blow on him. Selfies are dangerous things! Anyway, onto some full pictures then! An interesting side note: He got named "Smasher" not because of his giant hands, but due to the fact that I was listening to a lot of the rock band The Offspring while building him, and they have an album named "Smash". So there you go This is actually the first time I've ever tried to do something even vaguely Steampunk themed (though my second creation done in this sort of colour scheme, the first being my dragon, Golden Furious), so it's probably not perfect. Comments, upvotes and obscure references all appreciated I might enter this in BBC#71, but it's not really Halloween-y, plus I have an idea for a horror hound for that contest anyway
  9. G1 Artakha ----------------------------------------- "The world began to blur in front of Tuyet's eyes. At first, she thought that Helryx must be choking the life from her. But then she realized that everyone was looking toward the chamber's entrance, where space itself seemed to be warping. The next instant, a massive figure stepped out of the distortion and stood before them. "You... imbeciles," the figure said, in a voice both old and young at the same time. "You ignorant stone apes... is this how you try to save existence?" No one in the room had ever seen the newcomer before. But there were some who knew his voice, and all felt a chill of fear at the sound of it. Only Helryx had the presence of mind to give their visitor a name, and even she spoke it in a whisper. "Artakha."" -Reign of Shadows, Chapter 9 ----------------------------------------- Hello everyone, Ever since Artakha's arrival in Reign of Shadows, I was enamored with his appearance in the online serial, and subsequently disappointed when BIONICLE ended in 2010 without giving him an official set. This year's reboot is all we could have asked for and more, however, with the Mask of Creation finally having an official appearance along with the return of our favorite six heroes. (Lewa never ceases to amuse us with his antics.) Of all the characters in the G1 Universe, I feel that in addition to being a cool character, Artakha (and his mask) represented the BZP Community as a whole - people who create and are creative in nature, at least in the vein of LEGO's awesome toys. I became determined to build Artakha at the beginning of the year, but didn't have the chance until now due to being away from home for college. It's been a long time since I last created a MOC; my previous MOC (and the first I posted to BZP) was made some six years ago for LEGO's Glatorian contest. Anyway, pictures... Front View http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0278.jpg Pose 1 http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0279.jpg Pose 2 http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0287.jpg Back View http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0288.jpg Pose 3 (Lead Image) http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0291.jpg Pose 4, demonstrating torso/chest armor articulation http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0292.jpg Pose 5 http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0294.jpg Artakha with Phantoka Lewa, Gali the Master of Water, and Ekimu http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0298.jpg In Artakha's story appearances, he's referred to as having a voice that sounds "old and young at the same time"; this gave me the impression that he's an eternal being of sorts, and I wanted to reflect that in his design by using parts from 2001 all the way through 2015, aside from the MoCr itself. His known armor color is supposed to be gray-green, which I would have liked to use, but the only sand green BIONICLE parts that exist in popular previous sets are Zaktan's limbs; I tried to make do with a mix of grays, Metru/dark green, black, and silver. Parts-wise, other than the MoCr, I wanted to make use of the new "skull armor" add-on - Artakha is described as having intricate patterns on his armor, which the skull armor add-on has, but still looks usable on things other than bony skeletons. With his build, I wanted to give him the "tall, imposing figure" he's described as having, even though I felt that the Mask of Creation might be a tad small for larger MOCs. His build has references to certain Titan sets; you'll probably recognize them if you own those sets yourselves. He has thirty points of articulation total, eighteen of them being in his torso/ shoulder and hip armor, and twelve in his limbs. Hammer Pose http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/RuukaRiou/Bionicle/G1-Artakha/img_0285.jpg With the hammer, I wanted to reference both Ekimu's rapid shooter Hammer of Power and the warhammer belonging to Tom Dracone's official MOC of Alternate Teridax, while still resembling an actual hammer tool. It's kinda big for a forge tool, but it looks the part nonetheless. (Let's all pretend he decided to carry around that one over-sized hammer that he never uses...) While I feel I did my best capturing Artakha's appearance, I feel obligated to self-critique. His feet are big, his hands and maybe his waist are small, and his thighs are rather bare. Some might consider his color scheme to be all over the place, and due to his foot design, he's also incredibly unsteady, though I feel I'd be able to fix this if I had more of the right parts. Overall, however, I'm satisfied with the result. Full Gallery http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=558434
  10. Titan Onua and Korgot Onua being one of the shortest of the Masters is quite the disappointment, especially seeing as he's portrayed as the tallest in the cartoons. So, I took the challenge of making Onua not only taller, but equivalently bulky, and along the way ended up making him Titan sized. I was really pleased with how he turned out, so I revamped Korgot so he has some company. Onua Pose Front Back With Scoops Unarmed Golden Mask Drained Golden Mask Bonnet - Shut Bonnet - Open Skeleton - Front Skeleton - Back Skeleton - Legs Skeleton - Gearbox Korgot Front Back Front - Unarmed Pose with Drill Pose with Dagger Skeleton - Cannon Skeleton - Gearbox Star Drill and Dagger The Duo Together Onua Powered Up
  11. Hello there! Remember the days when the Technic and Bionicle themes were inseparable? Back in 2001, the original Bionicle line was actually sold under the Technic theme, with Bionicle being a subtitle, if you will. They have had a pretty close relationship, but this relationship started to meet some bumpy roads after 2004. In the years before 2005, every Bionicle set had a bit of Technic in it, and Technic gave the sets a gear function and more playability. Following the Visorak, however, no gear functions were present in the sets. This was the same case for the Rahaga. Technic and Bionicle probably broke up in late 2006, when the Piraka, Toa Inika, Titans, and pretty much every other set had absolutely no gear or Technic functions. This continued all the way into Bionicle's end. This is an unfortunate thing, as Bionicle has it's roots in the Technic line, and was what made it unique. It was a shame we didn't see many other sets with Technic functions after 2005. But fast foward five years, and Technic and Bionicle have gotten back together. YES! This new line is paying homage to it's predecessor, and that is a great thing. With this great news, I am going to explain why this should continue for the foreseeable future. 1: It makes the Titan sets more awesome. Remember the awesome functions of the Titan sets in Bionicle's earlier days? Like how the Bahrag's heads lunge forward, how the Tarakava throw punches, or how Nivawk spread his wings? Like the smaller sets, the Titan sets started to have less functions. They were still awesome, don't get me wrong, but I would like to see some functions return. Not only that, but you can have some very nice looking sets. During Hero Factory's run, the Titan sets we got weren't very well designed and looked a bit flimsy. One set in particular that I got was Fire Lord, and he only had a sprinkle of Technic pieces, and his legs were made of limbs. It made him look slightly weak, and it left him looking gappy (Witch Doctor is an exception, he had pistons in his legs and was a great set, that's why I got him). When Titan sets have Technic parts in them, they look more biomechanical and less gappy. Looking at the tiny pistons and functions in a Titan's leg looks much better than a bunch of limbs. 2: It looks more biomechanical and is more MOC-friendly. I briefly went over how adding Technic parts makes a set look more biomechanical, so I won't go over it as much. But on the other hand, adding Technic parts to a set makes it more MOC-friendly. On occasions I've tried to build some MOCS with the Hero Factory build only, without the Technic parts, and it is actually harder than using the Bionicle/Technic system. The Ultrabuild system seems to restrict you to these large, clunky pieces, and it really isn't easy to add in some small little touches. In future, the new sets should integrate some more Technic pieces to... complete the look, if you will. Well. This little discussion was rather short. I made this list in 15 minutes or something, so forgive the lack of material in this. I don't have much to say anyway, so what do you think?
  12. Hello, happy peoples! This is Dallior here, presenting... THE GUARDIAN OF JUNGLE This was inspired by ~T1S~'s Guardian of Stone, so check that out as well! Here He Is! Dramatically Staring Off Into the Distance... Dramatically... From Behind Say Hello To His Little Friend​ Gun Arm! Anatomy of a Guardian Take to the Skies! Here, have a gallery!
  13. It's been a while, BZPower, since I was a regular visitor. Even longer since I last even tried to enter a building contest around here. Didn't come out on top then, I doubt I will now, but for the sake of the grand return of the toyline we know and love, if not giving it my best shot anyways, I present to the general public of this subforum the entry that I've made. Among the many legends of the BIONICLE is an obscure tale of a golden-armored titan like no other. Standing tall, yet hunched over, this being known as "Novezemak" is alledged to be the hunter of sacred Golden Masks. It is not known why, as he has never been seen wearing them, nor has he ever been found gathering them in any physical collection. All that is known is that he appears to have the potential to manifest almost anywhere at any time, wherever a Golden Mask may be found, fight and conquer anyone who stands in his way, and then vanish with his golden prize. No one knows where he comes from, though legends speak that he may've once been a weak madman who was granted incredible power. All that is certain that whoever may wear a Golden Mask with pride, be they the bravest Toa or strongest guardian, they must always be on guard, and beware the threat of Novezemak. Full image gallery This is more based off the contest name/theme than anything else, having a character that actually looks like something related to golden Kanohi. Heh, maybe that will give me some leeway during judgement. Probably not the best MoC around, and I do certainly doubt my chances, but hey, you never know until you try. Just glad at the very least to have a chance to share this model with everyone and be able to celebrate in the return of BIONICLE. Feel free to critique though.
  14. My first entry to BFTGM. I had also planned an LDD entry but couldn't figure out rendering before the deadline so I guess I won't be entering that. Rahonu, Master of Dread by DARKSIDERZ, on Flickr A being who was sent from the stars after the descent of the Toa. His mission is to take down any confrontation, and destroy anything that comes between him and the Golden Mask! The Toa are in for a grand challenge! Best of luck to all contestants!!!!
  15. Thought Onua's 2015 form was big? THINK AGAIN! Zigben - Master of Lavastruction (BFTGM entry) Main Pic in Super HD Without CGI Background Close-up of Face Size Comparison to Lewa Mata Size Comparison to My Sigfig & Rocka Minifigures Me Getting Crushed by Zigben Onua Nuva Struggling Against Zigben Zigben with a Pakari Nuva Brickshelf Gallery with Tons More Pictures Story/Background: Few know where he comes from, but many know how destructive he is. Zigben, also known as the "Master of Lavastruction", is a mysterious and dangerous evil titan who makes Onua's 2015 form look small. Feared by all who have heard of him, he will use his lava, fire, & plasma powers to destroy anyone & anything in his way. His evil quest is to find the Golden Skull Spider Mask, put it on, and control the Skull Spiders, which he will then use to help him defeat & destroy the Toa... as if he needed very much help in destroying. Once he has gained control of the Skull Spiders, he plans to obtain both the Mask of Creation & Mask of Control... and finally, he intends to gain possession of the Mask of Ultimate Power, so he can rule Okoto and make everyone his slave. He wields a powerful Plavasma Sword, which can burn through and melt nearly anything. He is also equipped with a highly dangerous Plasfire Cannon, which can shoot highly concentrated bursts of plasma, as well as large blasts of fire & lava. He has innate fire & plasma powers, and he can shoot bursts of those through his hands or use them to enhance the powers of his weapons. His armor is made of an unknown material that is resistant to fire, lava, and weaker forms of plasma, and it has only a few weak spots. He is immensely strong & powerful, and it would take several Toa to have a chance of taking him down. His only known weaknesses are water & ice, as they weaken his weapons and can render his elemental powers useless. So beware, because if Zigben is looking for you, he will find you, and he will stop at nothing to defeat & destroy you. This is my first mega-titan-sized Constraction MOC, and it was built for the Battle for the Golden Mask (BFTGM) Competition. Hope you Enjoy it! Feel free to comment & criticize! Edit 10-30-2014: To those of you wondering how I built the torso, the Brickshelf gallery is now available to the public!
  16. Dys is one of the odder Makuta. She possesses a great affinity for plants, having studied them for most of her life. Her current appearance is the culmination of a desire to create a plant-Rahi hybrid, possessing the best features of both. As an experiment to test the viability of such a creature, she transformed herself into a plant entity herself. The results were inconclusive-the Makuta species transformed into their current state right after she changed-but she likes her new appearance, so she remained as she was. Perhaps the oddest thing about her is that, despite being an evil-aligned being obsessed with plants, she doesn't have a vendetta against other sentient beings for perceived crimes against nature. No, Dys believes that nature is far more resilient and everlasting to warrant any attempts to defend it; If some disaster ever strikes an ecosystem, that ecosystem will rebuild in a century or so anyway, and the damage will be erased. The problem is that Dys likes to accelerate the healing process by using specialized viruses and her own Plant Control powers. Not only does she overdo it and create massive impassable jungles, she'll often attempt to create forests in barren or industrialized locales. Catastrophe usually ensues. Dys has replaced her original Kanohi with a Great Mask of Photosynthesis as part of her transformation. The mask allows the user to absorb energy from light, revitalizing them and replenishing Elemental Energy quicker. The mask can only absorb a little energy at a time; as a result, the user needs to spend a lot of time outside or else surrounded by light sources in order to fully replenish themselves. The mask can't protect the user from Light-based attacks, since they produce too much light energy at once for the mask to absorb. Other Pictures: Front Back Ponytail Root Root Claw Kriemhild Dys Aww, how cute. He thinks he's a Toa. Confrontation Original Version pictures: Original Header Front Side Back Lower Body Lower Body (side) Ponytail Posing the Ponytail Sassy Makuta Hello, competing toyline villain... Battling Takanuva
  17. I remember hearing something long ago like, if you remove the Titan Toa Mata Nui's armour, mask and weapons it looks like the Mata Nui robot who was never in set form. Can someone demonstrate this for me? Makes me wonder if the set just existed to supplement other needs; it's also non-canon and the only set where you can get the proper Mask of Life and sword of Mata Nui's featured in the movie.
  18. CLICK IMAGE ABOVE TO VIEW MOC GALLERY ON FLICKR Winning MOC of the final round of SteveTheSquid's 2014 SMO Tournament, vs. Cezium. Feedback is appreciated. Also feel free to check out some of my other recent MOCs.
  19. EDIT: Updated photos in this post! Caitlyn Gauss, a magnetism-themed Hero. She stands 12 inches (30 centimeters) tall and uses 168 pieces. Her skeleton is heavily inspired by this MOC of Christoffer Raundahl's which I reverse-engineered back in Spring and has been a work-in-progress for about that long, though it was Pate-Keetongu's Zero-Suit Samus that inspired me to rebuild the model (which I had scrapped for parts) and bring it to a state of completion. All images link to Flickr. Caitlyn has an impressive amount of articulation, as you can see in the following photos. Her shoulders, hips, knees and elbows can all bend well beyond 90 degrees, and she can even stand on her tiptoes. Full Flickr Gallery Since building her, I have swapped the mask for Furno XL's based on feedback from other MOCists, but I don't want to take new photos unless I make some more substantial changes. Anyway, thoughts? I'd really love to get as much feedback as possible because I certainly intend to continue refining and perhaps even completely re-imagining parts of this model. It's easily the largest humanoid model I've ever designed, and I'm sure that in the coming months I can improve it even further.
  20. Quick question: Which set is more canonically accurate, "Mata Nui" or "Toa Mata Nui"? They depict the same character which is Toa sized, but which is more accurate to what he's actually meant to look like? I guess because there are more depictions of the canister "Mata Nui" set, that's more canon, but I don't know.
  21. Thoros, Toa of thorium: (Click the image to view the Mocpages gallery.) This is my first new MOC in quite some time. Another periodic elemental Toa, much like Iodes and Neorus. Regarding the color scheme, the silver represents pure thorium metal, the black represents thorium metal that has oxidized in air, and the white represents thorium oxide powder. C&C are appreciated.
  22. A powerful and mysterious being with a range of dangerous abilities, Zistiam, the Master of Fusion, is a force to be reckoned with.^ Click the image above to view the gallery. ^ Feedback is appreciated.
  23. ^ C l i c k f o r G a l l e r y ^ Dicalian is a member of Brutaka's species who was sent to Metru Nui as a representative. He decided to hold out in the city during the Visorak invasion, but was overrun due to his own overconfidence.Like all members of his species, Dicalian possesses a natural resistance to poisonous and mutagenic agents, and so he was not fully transformed by the venom of the spiders. Instead, the consular gained sharpened claws and a wicked spine, lengthened arms, and a bizarrely warped and fused Kanohi Suletu, which can no longer be removed from his face. I've recently decided to make MOCs that represent members of underrepresented canon species. This is my second one, an attempt at representing the darker side of Brutaka's species (which unfortunately remains unnamed).Feedback is appreciated.
  24. Talk about last minute, ey? Good evening to you, awesome BZPers!! I've been away for quite some time due to being busy with....let's just face it. I got bored. Don't judge me!!! Here's my entry to the Monsters and Titans contest. Or Titans and Monsters contest. Meet Zardius!!! He's a mighty being that rose from the Archives to destroy the invading monsters. His Hammer, Sunder, is a mighty weapon, capable of carving craters into the ground. Its shock waves can shake mountains. Figuratively. Almost. I dunno, guys. Last minute entries SUCK! And the photoset. Hope you like it!! Best of luck to all
  25. This is my Titans V Monsters entry topic. All hope is lost for BZ Koro. Kayn is dead. Pakare is wounded. Toa Uhat and his Titan powers are the only hope left. Is 'The Monster' a paranormal being bent on destroying BZPower? Or is it just a sadistic kid playing with his Bionicles? YOU DECIDE. In BZ Koro: The Movie!
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