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Gentlemen, it's time to spread the word. And the word is: Panic
life is not a question of how long we live, but what we do with the life we have
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Latest MOC: Ol' Dusty
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Posted Apr 04 2012 - 10:13 AM
Well, I suppose that it isn't collecting rocks, but just samples, it's a sampling machine at all. (Hey, these smileies are great )Really great job with that one.
But why does he have only 2 tiny minifig arms for fingers on each . . . er, hand? Those wouldn't be too good at handling rocks to collect, as Chols said.
Posted Apr 04 2012 - 10:21 AM
Yeah, it doesn't have any balance problems. As for the "shoulders", yes and no. When I started out with the MOC, I had no intention of the canisters being shoulders. I fully intended for them to be angled at the back of the body like that, so yes, they are meant to be far back, but it wasn't until much later that I decided to attach the arms from there.
One question: does it balance well? also, the shoulders seem a little far back, is this intentional?
The name is purely because of the color. I call that shade of brown 'sand brown'.
But, y'know, it could fit a bit more with the name. It doesn't look like it should really be called 'sand'.
Yeah, the hips are very wide in comparison to the midsection, but I like them like that as they go well with the width of the shoulders/canisters. I agree the tops of the legs are flat, but I did route the tubes there for a reason - they soften the tops, and I'm actually okay with how they look once the tubes are there.
My only qualm is the legs and hips. The hip connection is odd in that it's so wide compared to the waist area, and the tops of the legs are a little too flat.
Paper. I did turn the exposure settings on my camera up fully though, and then did some slight contrast editing once the pictures were uploaded.
Also, a quick question: What did you photograph this on? It's amazingly smooth and bright white.
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