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  1. [Digital Render] Toa Trava (Friend's OC) by Artemiy Karpinskiy, on Flickr “I didn’t get my Toa Stone from anyone, I found it. On the remains of an old corpse that had fallen at the hands of some of the nastier wildlife, the types that I didn’t even know of at the time. I became the outlander of the local Toa. Taking care of the forest, watching for really nasty predators and making sure they weren’t dangerous, taking out poachers, there was a pretty good amount of stuff to do.” — Trava This is an OC of my good friend Geardirector, a Toa of Plantlife Trava, commissioned by him as a birthday present. Here on BZPower Trava is a character from BZPRPG, a Lesterin of Plantlife. But in a Bionicle AU project called Technorealm she is a Toa. * * * If you like what I do and you want to see me create your OC, a favorite Bionicle Character, or something else, feel free to look up my Commission Info! I also run a Patreon page, so please consider supporting!
  2. Brickshelf Gallery Apparently It's been five years since I first put together the feet. Although she has been finished for about a year now, I just never got around to taking pictures. I wouldn't be surprised if there were more illegal connections than legal, and I'm not entirely kidding when I say that. As a result, and also due to her size and unstable foot design, posing her was somewhat challenging. And when I say "somewhat" I mean "very." This is probably my last MOC for a while, so I hope you enjoy it.
  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. So as I've been reexamining the classic Bionicle storyline, I've noticed a disturbing pattern that has emerged. While I'm sure it's purely coincidence and not intentional, I've noticed that when a group or organization from the classic Bionicle series has more than one female member, it's fatality rate tends to escalate: *The Toa Cordak had two female Toa, Nikila and an unnamed Toa of Water, and only Lesovikk survives as of G1's conclusion. *The Brotherhood of Makuta had fifteen female members-thought admittedly only one was named-and only Miserix survives. *The Toa Mangai had two Toa of Water-Naho and Tuyet-and the group's members all ended up dead, turning evil, or both in Nidhiki's case, though Lhikan was later revived. *The Federation of Fear lost Carapar and Spiriah only after being joined by Lariska, who with Roodaka raised the group's female membership to two-the Shadowed One may have been wiser than he realized not to recruit Roodaka as a Hunter, seeing as how the Dark Hunters with their one identified female member are not known to have suffered anywhere near the casualties of the Brotherhood with its fifteen. *Not long after the revelation that Order of Mata Nui member Johmak was female-marking two female Order members if you count Helryx-most of the Order was wiped out. Again, I think it's purely coincidence and not purposeful on the part of any of the creative team behind Bionicle G1...I just thought it was interesting.
  5. A graceful Bionicle swordfighter I built this week. I haven't really come up with a story for her. She mostly just evolved out of an assortment of building techniques I'd been fiddling around with. ___ ______ ______ Flickr album Please feel free to share any comments, criticisms, or questions you might have!
  6. So, it's recently been announced that DC Comics is introducing a new series aimed at young girls, and that Lego will be heavily involved with the merchandise. While I think it's reasonable to expect some minidoll sets out of this, I'm wondering if there's anything else in the works. What particularly caught my eye in the announcement was the mention of poseable, free-standing action figures to be produced in addition to more traditional "dolls." The use of the term "action figure" in relation to a toy for girls is pretty much unheard of, so I'm wondering if Lego is going to be involved with this. Their recent forays into more humanoid CCBS builds- particularly Star Wars- make me think that they are more capable than ever before of pulling off something like that. ... thoughts?
  7. Greetings, It is good to see you all again. Last time I was here we were bidding a tearful good-bye to Bionicle. Now that with its return so have my creative juices. I MOC'ed a bit with Hero Factory, but the change in systems from Rookie year to Fire Lord to Savage Planet left a sour taste for the line. I had a long description in mind for this one, but in the end, I just wanted to make a female version of the Protectors. As far as I know, there are both genders in all the tribes. The first, Glace, is adapted from an earlier design when I saw a preview of the Protector sets. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=552563 Glace is an Ice Guardian. She has two jobs. The first is to train the Protector to serve the Toa. The second is to provide leadership should the Toa and the Protector both be absent. She drills her tribe's Protector fiercely. Her Shield-flake is strong enough to take shots from his blaster. But at the end of the day, they are good friends who share the same goal: protecting the Ice Tribe.
  8. https://www.flickr.com/photos/114035403@N02/sets/72157647895428888/ Going by the alias Garuda, this young Vortixx woman is a pit fighter, dark hunter, mercenary, and recent deserter of the previously mentioned dark hunters. This lady is not one to mess with.
  9. The Bionicle storyline is not sexist in my opinion and I'll tell you why. Before I continue, let's take note of some definitions: -------------- Male: of or denoting the sex that produces small, typically motile gametes, especially spermatozoa, with which a female may be fertilized or inseminated to produce offspring. Female: of or denoting the sex that can bear offspring or produce eggs, distinguished biologically by the production of gametes (ova) that can be fertilized by male gametes. --------------- Notice the issue? In the Bionicle universe, the ability to create new Bionicle is limited to very few characters: - Mata-Nui who possesses (and is) the Mask of Life [Male] - Makuta when he creates Kraata, giving them part of his life "energy" [Male] - The Bahrag (Bohrok "Queens") who create the Krana [Females] Take note that none of these involves sexual reproduction, and those who reproduce are referred to as both male and female. In these instances, creating life is simply imbuing bio-mechanical creations with "will" or the ability to perform functions independently. No Bionicle is known to have any reproductive organs (the instance of creating life seems to be a "energy" transfer). As they do not have reproductive organs, referring to them as different sexes is an absurd proposition. There are only a few differences between the "male" & "female" characters: - Color (Blue) - Voice - Culture (Water cultures such as Ga-Koro) As the male "factions" (Fire, Earth, Stone, Ice, Air) all have color and cultural differences, this leads to the conclusion that what defines a "female Bionicle" is the voice being "feminine". It could be assumed that living in water and having specialization with holding breath has an effect on the "voice box" (or whatever creates a Bionicle's voice). Of course this could be disputed as the early Bionicle only communicated via machines noises. Meaning that this distinction has literally no meaning. So why does it exist? Primarily due to Lego's marketing campaign identifying young males as their target audience (an idea which was correct as this is the overwhelming group that bought Bionicle sets). So if you are going to claim Bionicle is "sexist" because of it's tailoring to a target audience, then you must apply this title to anything that does this (namely every business). In fact, going beyond tailoring to target audiences on the sex/gender, companies do this based on age, ethnicity, income level and nearly every other noticeable difference. This is by definition discrimination (in the original sense) Discrimination: recognition and understanding of the difference between one thing and another. Of course in the modern era, this word has taken on a new meaning: Discrimination (Common Cultural Usage): the unjust or prejudicial treatment of different categories of people or things, especially on the grounds of race, age, or sex. This is not Lego's intent. Lego is not trying alienate certain people, they are trying to maximize sales. Lego is a business, and as such is forced to compete with others for customers. This means doing what is both ethical and available to be done to capture target audiences for purchases. While I can sympathize with people wanting characters that better represent them, I think it is extreme to accuse a company that has brought you such a great series of such an action. It is also worth pointing out that referring to the Bionicle characters as "it" instead of pronouns kids are familiar with, makes their speech awkward. It may have been the case the Lego noticed this and decided to use common pronouns. They however would've quickly noticed that there were no females characters, so they made the Ga-Bionicle females specifically so that there are females present in the plot. Lego has taken note of their popularity of their products with female customers, and have changed their marketing practices to suit (they're not just making sets for males and females, but starting to make sets to appeal to both). The Bionicle series already has as part of its lore that the Ga-Matorans (Toa, Turaga, etc.) are female. Changing that now could cause some serious inconsistency in the established plot. Whether Lego does that, I cannot predict. It is important though to know that whether or not they keep this distinction, they use the terms incorrectly, as no physical male/female divide exist in the Bionicle lore. So is Bionicle sexist? In my opinion, No. Thank You For Reading P.S. Yes, I noticed I accidentally wrote "Seixst" instead of "Sexist"
  10. Y'ello there viewer. Ever since the female segregation amongst the Skrall was introduced, I always wondered how a Skrall sister would look like as a set. Obviously, since I like everything in Bionicle having a nice Lego-ish form in my head, i decided to make a female Skrall that could PASS AS A SET. I put that in caps so that people realize why this is so dumbly simplified. What we know about the female Skrall: femaleSkrall (means blackish armor/skin?)psionic powers (thanks to lady Annona)staves for toolsno armorwear robesWell, with one cape, and some improv, I decided to make a... Mother Skrall! Mother Skrall. The Mother is the wisest Sister chosen from the female population to guide the Sisterhood through their struggle for survival. The role is of great responsibility, but comes with several perks as well... Even though the Sisters don't carry weapons, the Mother is in charge of handling the ONLY Thornax launcher in case of emergency where destructive force is necessary. The Mother also gets access to the Creator's Staff which, unknowingly to the Sisters, is able to fend off Baterra by releasing a sub-sonic hum, which explains why the robots don't attack her when she handles the launcher. Finally, the Mother is adorned with the Crown of Thorns which was given to the male Skrall ruler by his chosen female to signify his rule over Skrall, back in the age before Annona caused segregation. It serves to signify power, but also as a reminder of the old way of life that all Skrall secretly miss. Pictures: closeup frontal sweet mother (with "robe") Hope you guys liked the moc and back-story. I would like to point out that I chose translucent blue as I think it's fitting with the black, and to represent the biological effects on the sisters from Annona's tampering. I also tried to keep the Moc's frame somewhat sleek and feminine, as well as organic as possible (trying to follow that 85% organic rule, cha feel), also close to the Skrall we got to see in sets. Armor was omitted as described in the online serial. Yeah. Let me know what you think.
  11. Hello I just purchased the 850425-1: Desk Business Card Holder and it came with this misprint. https://www.flickr.com/photos/114873918@N08/14857970616/in/pool-bzpower/ Could Someone Tell me if this Misprint is Rare, If it is I would like to Trade it.
  12. Now, to all the BZP veterans, fear not, I am fairly canonically versed so won’t be asking the worst of the annoying, constantly repeated gender questions that pop up in this section of the forums. At least not an uninformed state XD. I will go on for a bit, but hopefully that’ll also provide more depth and something new to think about c: Here, I will aim to analyse the subject of gender in the Matoran Universe in a fairly complete dissection, considering available canon information, and the most obvious concepts that it consequently implies. By doing so, I will guide you through the considerations I myself made, and then the subsequent questions it spawned. I hope this will also lead to constructive discussion regarding gender theories. There are four main questions, but a few little ones dotted around so check them out too (: *(Allergy Warning: Contains excessive brackets) Also, apologies for the apparently serendipitous structure of the text. [bonesiii: Sorry to add to the brackets, but several subjects relating to reproduction and origins controversies had to be edited out. Remember the rules. ] I will start with some dictionary definitions: “Male” a) Of, relating to, or designating the sex that has [certain organs]. b) Characteristic of or appropriate to this sex; masculine. And now: “Female” A) Of or denoting the sex that [...] bears young. b) Characteristic of or appropriate to this sex; feminine. Okay. Now let’s think about some Bionicle canon: The Great Beings made the Matoran Universe, in which a multitude of biomechanical organisms inhabit a vast, complex constructed ecosystem that serve as part of the internal functions of the colossal Mata Nui Robot. Arguably one of the most important of these organisms is the species called Matoran. These macro-tech workers live in a giant machine. However, this machine was obviously inspired in the ecosystems of true life on habitable planets (namely Spherus Magna). The natural “systems” develop into remarkably balanced and sustainable networks. Look at the Earth for example. The planet’s active geology and the Sun fuel the vast web of life [removed]. Species compete [...], yet only stable systems hold out. Hence balance is generally maintained, and to a truly spectacular precision and order. So pervasive and remarkably self regulating are the workings of life that some have even modelled the Earth as a whole as an organism in itself, sometimes referred to as “Gaia”. However, in order for the Earth to maintain this overall stability, life itself must constantly be in flux; [...]. [bonesiii: I had to cut a whole paragraph here. Essentially, large-scale beings have distinct gender, and this relates to origins issues as well. Sorry but almost none of that is allowed here.] So, one may expect that the MU [changes], so as to more accurately replicate the self-regulating merits of a living ecosystem that would be so obviously attractive to the architects of the Robot; the Great Beings. However, as we well know, the GBs felt [gender-related] reproduction wasn't necessary. Instead, the biomechanical robots of the MU work their ecosystem as a collective unit (or at least they should have done, were it not for the unpredicted sentience “glitch”), with the collective goal of maintenance, not the closed goal of surviving long enough to reproduce and to outcompete other species that may stop you doing so. This system may thus be better compared to the Portuguese Man of War jellyfish, which is essentially a “colony” of specialised organisms working together for the collective goal of being a successful Man of War, even if each unit is not directly aware of its role in the colony, it just knows what it needs to do its job. So reproduction isn't really needed in the context of the Matoran Universe, as we are so often told; and now we see that with a bit of thought, this can make sense. Hence, in a more mechanical, factory style system, the Matoran who die under whatever circumstances are simply “rebuilt/resuscitated” in the Red Star and replaced not with offspring. If a Matoran cannot be resurrected due to being completely destroyed, they may instead be replaced, when a completely new Matoran is brought into being with the enigmatic machines in Metru Nui, or if more Matoran are apparently needed, if it is in the best interest as the system as a whole (presumably the reason for Mata Nui’s involvement when new Matoran are made, since he is the only one with a truly holistic view of the MU who could appreciate if more Matoran would really be required). Okay, with context reflection out of the way, time for the first (proper) question (finally lol): 1.Why do Matoran have gender? Before I continue, I feel it is important to acknowledge the real world reason for it: relatability (which is also the primary reason that they are incredibly humanoid). Since the BIONICLE brand was aimed at boys, it makes sense for LEGO to make the main characters male, since the target audience will better engage with such characters as they are more relatable. However, in order to not appear completely sexist, they must include female characters too. Of course, it would really make sense for the Matoran to have no gender at all, but hey. Hasbro did the same thing with Transformers. These are also classic exhibits of The Smurfette Principle and to some extent the Token Minority tropes (look them up if you don’t know what they are). As a result, we have characters with seemingly pointless gender. So, any ideas guys? Before you think of an answer, let’s think further about what we know regarding this matter: First, I’d like to refer you back to the definitions of male and female. Now; clearly, if Matoran do not reproduce, they cannot literally, biologically, have a gender. That is, unless they can reproduce, but just don’t for some reason. The Withheld Reproduction theory was actually one that I held for a long time until the Red Star’s purpose was revealed, and for the following rationale: The MU may just not need [change], since these complex systems would only have to remain stable with one another for the 100,000 year operation period of the MU, which is an almost irrelevant time period in most cases (sentient intervention would of course greatly accelerate things). All the Rahi, Matoran and Skakdi etc. need only work harmoniously enough as a collective ecosystem for a (relatively) short amount of time. And if change was needed, the beauty of this semi-sentient network is that it can just be artificially managed (such as Makuta armour being upgraded due to their apparently unexpected evolution.) Also, (I’ve been desperate to discuss this at some point) in Voyage of Fear the Matoran Whenua made an interesting remark about a Rahi he saw in the Archives. After observing it (I think swimming around shallows or something like that) he theorised that the Rahi may evolve from having fins to legs (or vice versa, I can’t remember). This fascinating bit of information suggests MU organisms can gradually evolve to their environments, on their own, in a very significant way. This would remove the need of reproduction, and the idea is further made impossible by the Red Star's function, and the MU's expected life. Thus, let’s conclude that they definitely can’t and just don't reproduce. Then, by default, the attributed genders can only be due to their characteristics, i.e. that they are masculine/feminine. But is even that true? Let us examine the appearances of Matoran characters. Males are for previously mentioned reasons essentially the default, with female characters the deviation from the standard theme; hence I will refer to the differences female characters exhibit. Looking at the sets, comics and books (movies don’t count), female characters really aren't structurally different from the male characters (I’ll talk about Roodaka and other species later ). The traditionally feminine characteristics, like wider hips, larger buttocks, slimmer builds, breasts and shorter heights are really not observed at all in the Matoran species (maybe some in Gali Mata...just. Certainly not her monstrous Mistika form. Even so, she would be an exception, Nokama and Hahli don't follow suite). A canon reason would logically be that it’s because they don’t reproduce, so why would the GBs make a separation at all? The only thing that seems to suggest they are different is simply that we are told they are. (I think female characters did have feminine voices but I’m not even sure about that lol). We’ve seen MU characters identify each other’s genders, so there must be some recognisable difference, surely? One difference we do know was mentioned by Toa Orde. I’ll let this awesome quote speak for itself: “I know, I know,” he replied. “All Psionics Matoran, Toa and Turaga are female, and I’m male. Simple answer is, I’m the reason they’re all female.” Seeing the puzzlement in Chiara’s eyes, Orde smiled. “I was the first Psionics Toa, and one of the first Toa ever created,” he continued. “But I was, let’s say, a little too … aggressive in using my powers. I had a temper then. A short fuse plus psionics leads to bad things … sometimes very bad things.” “Like what?” asked Chiara, intrigued. “You know the Zyglak? Those savage, brutal monstrosities that hate everything to do with Mata Nui and think everyone looks better with a dagger in them? Well, they didn’t used to be that bad. Oh, they were nasty and violent, but … see, my first job was to calm them down a bit. And, well, it didn’t quite work out that way.” “Oh, no …” said Chiara. “What can I say? I got annoyed and pushed when I should have pulled.” “That still doesn’t explain why --” “After that, someone decided that maybe a gentler touch was needed for Psionics … so all the subsequent Psionics types were made female.” “Right,” said Chiara. She shot a bolt of electricity from her finger, frying a lizard that had been sunning itself on a rock. “We females are so gentle, after all.” And even this isn’t anything solid. Whoever made subsequent Psionic types female (maybe Artahka?) considered it a logical, justified course of action to make such a decision (of course, it may just have been a sexist joke, but I doubt LEGO would allow that...I hope so anyway). So, are females in the MU actually gentler? Let us think about this. Also bear in mind that we have to overcome the subconscious notion that they may be like humans, seeing as we are questioning if they actually have gender. Gali and Nokama were certainly the peacekeepers of their respective Toa Teams, but Gali is said to have been able to display quite a temper at times. In support of the idea that gentleness is a general trait of Ga-Matoran at least (no such info on Vo-Matoran, in fact Chiara seems to suggest the opposite, then again she's just one example. From the little we saw of Nikila, she wasn't particularly aggressive non gentle, not that I think there was enough of her shown to really gauge her personality). Now let’s see what Dalu has to say: “...I'm sure where you came from, Ga-Matoran are all gentle peacemakers who never raise their voices. That's what they ... we ... were like where I came from too." Judging by Orde’s comments, perhaps this trait extended to Vo/Ce-Matoran too. Dalu shows us two things that I care to mention here: - Ga-Matoran and probably Vo/Ce-Matoran display “gentle peacemaker” characteristics (Judging by Orde’s comments, perhaps this trait extended to Vo/Ce-Matoran too). - Matoran have malleable personalities that respond to their experiences (i.e. Dalu’s semi-traumatic new life on Voya Nui forced her to change). And of course due to the rampant individualism shown by MU inhabitants, we have some that may just be natural exceptions (GORAST, GORAST, GORAST). I would speculate these personality gender differences maybe be due to the Protodermic equivalent of hormones, in the way that higher levels of Testosterone show increased competitiveness/aggression in humans. This now suggests female Matoran in the MU serve the more supportive, social function of maintaining societal amity. Ignoring the sexism of this notion, I would conclude there were, to some degree, designed gender roles of a social kind. Perhaps it even reflected the state of Spherus Magnan society, since the GBs felt the MU captured the “Great Spirit” of SM in a poetic sense too, hence the name. Perhaps, further to this, the GBs just decided to make gender for the same reason we like to assign gender to robots. We like making things in our own image, and like relating to and personifying our creations, even if it doesn’t really make sense. This however, still doesn’t explain what external physical differences allows MU inhabitant to gauge gender. So, what do you think? Okay, I said I would talk about Roodaka. Specifically, I was to discuss the possibility of reproduction in other MU species. I don’t have anything on this myself so I’ll go ahead and ask: 2.Do any species other than Matoran reproduce biologically? The only reason I ask is because of Roodaka’s species, Vortixx. The only Bionicle species (other than Gali Mata and Kiina, although they are more subtle in femininity) that LEGO released that was clearly intended to be female. I mean, c’mon, who could miss those breastplates; with a colour scheme that brought even further attention to them. Not only this, she had emphasised hips/rump, a lean figure, high heels, earring things and a pony tail. More to the point, what are her breast(plates) for? I assume it’s just the Vortixx armour design, but one wonders. She remains a rather odd set in this sense. Then of course there is the sub issue of gender ratios in the MU (and possibly SM). Reproduction is apparently non-existent, but we can hypothesise that they have designed gender characteristics (maybe hormonal differences for better social cohesion). As we know, the ratios are overwhelmingly male biased, but why? If the GBs decided to attribute gender (seemingly pointlessly, from what we know) why not make it 50/50? Was it reflecting the SM gender ratio? We don’t really know. But hey! Theories? Now for lols, let’s consider what the gender ratios are specifically. If we look at it, it is rather unbalanced. Let’s start with the Matoran first: The problem is, we don’t really know the population distributions among the element types (I like to call them races/ethnicities). Since we don’t know the proportion of Av-Matoran to the rest, and we don’t know how much less common Secondary Elements are compared to Primary Elements. Then we have the added fact that Ba-Matoran are rarer than most Secondary races, to an unknown degree. But for the sake of this topic I’ll be arbitrary. I’ll assign relative population values to each ethnicity: Primary Elements Population Value: 6 (For Each Element) Av-Matoran Population Value: 6 (I’ll say 3 for male and female, assuming the gender ratio is equal) Secondary Elements Population Value: 5 (Each) Ba-Matoran Population Value: 4 Doing the maths gives an overall Matoran species gender ratio to be about 1.68 males to every 1 female. I consider the population values to be fairly reasonable. We have no information on gender ratios of other sentient species such Skakdi, Steltians, Vortixx etc. Note that female Skakdi are said to be more aggressive than males so the “Gentler Females “ doesn’t apply to them, but bear in mind that the whole species was experimented on by Makuta Spiriah, so we don’t really know how they were originally meant to be (they could well have followed the Matoran trend but Spiriah overcompensated in making them more violent, we really don’t know). Vortixx also arguably have less gentle females given their society (we cannot take Roodaka’s personality as a typical example, seeing as she is exceptional by Xian standards). We do have explicit information regarding the Makuta, thankfully: Originally 85 Male, 15 Female, hence a ratio of about 5.67 Males per 1 Female. The Makuta may have also followed the “Gentler Female” trend, judging by most female Makuta opposing Teridax’s Plan at the Convocation, which was dangerous and certainly not a calm, peaceful idea. So, there is certainly a gender imbalance, which naturally leads to the question: 3. Why is there a significant gender imbalance in the Matoran Universe? (Of course, the real reason is relatability, as I previously mentioned. However despite real world reasons I feel it is the joy and almost duty of a Bionicle fan to think about and theorise over the often ambiguous lore in order to expand it and keep the community rich and alive.) Again, sorry for the long read, but on the positive side, I hope my posts provide deeper thought than most of the other posts in the Bionicle Storyline & Theories section that you read :L Thank you for reading (: Peace. P.S. Bonesiii, enjoy the mild techno-babble Mata Nui! some of this was badly written and unclear looking back on it. Sorry 'bout dat
  13. Hi guys. Today I built a Lariska. I may not be Chro or fsnorglepuff. But I'm pretty proud of this one.(I forgot her mechanical arm. I'll add it later). "I know where all my enemies are. After all, I'm the one who buried them." And what's Lariska without her daggers? ^^Click for larger pictures^^ I hope GregF (if he's still around) likes this. Seeing that she's his favorite Dark Hunter Feel free to C&C!
  14. Kit MartelloDon't let her cute face and perky attitude mislead you — Kit is a skilled rabbit warrior, as adept at fighting unarmed as she is brandishing her giant hammer.Front - Side - Back - 3/4Battle-ready - Rabbit kick - Sitting pretty - Kicking back - Hammer detailFlickr gallery My entry for BBCC64. 93 pieces total. She was originally a MOC I made shortly after arriving at college this semester, as an experiment in making a female Hero Factory figure that is well-armored on all sides. Furno's helmet was used due to its unique look and cute, feminine expression when used in reverse.After the contest was announced I added the tail to reinforce the animal motifs of the helmet. I considered a squirrel tail (since bunny girls are unbelievably cliché), but I had a hard enough time creating a connection point that could support a tail this small.Feel free to share any thoughts, comments, or criticisms.
  15. http://images.mocpag...24m_DISPLAY.jpg MOCpages "She is one of the few Human that are left in Taran-Nui, having no idea who her family and trying to find out, she save other from her and other enemy. With her sword and assassin blase she will protect no mater what." A female Human with tan skin and a silver Kakama. I am really happy of how she turned out, i think she is my favorite female MOC i've made. The small amount of tan i have came in handy, as you can see i try using the tan as skin and it came out somewhat good. Hope you like it
  16. Here's my review from the "Last Movie You're Seen" topic. In short, it wa a really, truly awesome film, and it doesn't hapen often enough where something blows me away and gets my jaw to drop. You have to see this in theatres.Your Honor,Emperor Kraggh
  17. Here's one of my latest creations - Tali Toa of waterTali is a member of the ruling family of the Water Province in Cathay. After becoming a Toa she received the golden water Dao, a massive blade that she channels her water powers through. Since wielders of water have been trained to be calm, even when in battle, the weapon is odd in that the edge will become sharper the more she channels her power and her anger into it. Cathay faces numerous threats from rival nations, as well as extraterrestial invasions and it is up to Tali to live up to the legends of Toas of the past to bring balance back to her world.Tali is part of a toa team that I'm building (They're all about titan sized.) Sorry about the bad photos - taken with a cell phone camara.Gallary: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=505325
  18. a female and male vortixx12345678910111213141516171819202122
  19. This is a fairly open question that I'm sure everyone here has their views on, and everyone has different things that they look for.If I may first start out with main characters, I like it when a character can be distinctively female without it defining them, much like how a male lead character can be a lead without you having to think "Oh, he's male". There are many works of fiction with male lead characters that many people relate to and admire, even female viewers, and I like it when I as a male find myself relating to a female character in spite of the gender barrier. When a female character can be everything a male character can be without being conspicuous (and without losing her femininity, obviously), that to me is a great achievement.So some examples of certain favorites of mine:Dorothy Gale: I'm referring to generally all her incarnations. I've both read the book and seen the movie, and seen a few hosh-posh sequels and a few ooh-aah sequels. Then I've read an awesome web-comic that's put a sci-fi twist on all of it. In all cases, she's a pretty spiffy person who, in spite of being rather cheesy, came before the modern push to make every character completely new. Therefore, I can admire her for the simple, likable, nice person she is, with simple and easily accessible dreams shared by almost everyone.Alice: From Alice and Wonderland. Of course, it's hard to get past the bias that it's a literary classic that thousands of authors have put their own creative twist on (it was kind of set up that way), but if you get past all the Wonderland stuff, if she's written well she's the quintessential example of a character who proactively works against extraordinary circumstances that would render most characters passive.Wendy Darling: While on the subject of girls who travel to far off fantasy lands, I might as well complete the triad. Whether or not she's the main character is questionable, as often times she's overshadowed by the titular character Peter Pan. However, if one does choose to consider her as the main character and interpret the story from her point of view, she is an awesome older sister and a perfect contrast for Peter Pan. The relationship between them can at times be intensely interesting and curious. Though not the most robust, she is the most complex and developed character in what is the ultimate coming-of-age story.Matilda: From the movie of the same name. That is one of the most awesome children's movies ever. And it was awesome seeing a child who was that smart, because I was very similar at that age.Lucy and Susan:The two girls in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.Ellen Ripley: I thought that the directors were doing a pretty good job of portraying her until the third movie onward (although I didn't mind when they shaved her head). Entertainment Weekly said that not only was she not just some model, but neither was she "defined by the men around her".Josephine March: Louisa May Alcott's true, sincere portrait of herself is filled with such genuine heart that she's as real as the person she represents. I must applaud her. Jo is a beautiful person.Your Honor,Emperor Kraggh
  20. Hey there BZP! Finished up a couple a MOC's, just awhile back Titan: http://www.brickshel...cs/img_0481.jpgTried to keep him simple... Female fire Toa:http://www.brickshel...cs/img_0474.jpgNertz to the rules. I want a female fire element! Toa of Light: http://www.brickshel...cs/img_0489.jpgYes... he is wearing THAT mask... Thanks for the comments!
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