Faber's MOCs on Location
Posted Dec 15 2013 - 09:57 PM
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Posted Dec 15 2013 - 11:11 PM
Heh, nice use of the much loathed (or are they still?) blue pins. The creations are great by themselves, but I almost love the "sets" and photography even more. They breath a very strong life into the creations.
Great stuff. I should really spend more time on his blog.
Posted Dec 16 2013 - 12:25 PM
I gotta say, I really like the first picture. If all of HF was that epic, I might be more into it.
Faber did a really good job with all of these.
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Posted Dec 16 2013 - 05:09 PM
If Hero Factory was like this, then I'd buy all of the sets in a heartbeat. Love the beefiness of them and the detail.
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Posted Dec 17 2013 - 08:29 AM
They DO have some amazing traits, though, like really good proportions (they have this in common with a lot of sets), some neat techniques for the lower legs, and of course their impressive bulk. The custom heads in the second photo are simple, but have a lot of personality. I'm not so fond of the weapons, which feel a bit unfinished, but conceptually these models really feel exciting, which is helped by their dynamic poses and immersive backgrounds.
I'm also impressed with one thing nobody's commented on — the little "Hero Factory MOC Shop" logo he came up with!
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