Edited by Primus, Jun 28 2012 - 02:07 PM.
Posted Jun 28 2012 - 01:22 PM
Posted Jun 28 2012 - 01:30 PM
Credits go to Strack for the awesome sprite.
"Everyone wondered what powered Zane. I don't know if we'll ever know. I like to
think he was a brother. Because he powered me... and he'll still power me as his memory lives on.
A ninja never quits and a ninja will never be forgotten. Wherever you are Zane...
you'll always be one of us..."
~ Kai, Ninjago
Posted Jun 28 2012 - 01:42 PM
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When you get right down to it, we're all just shades on the spectrum of Humanity.
What matters most in life is not what you are, or what group you belong to, but who you are.
Fight hate with understanding.
Fight ignorance with knowledge.
Fight cruelty with compassion.
Don't be the poison, be the antidote.
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Posted Jul 03 2012 - 05:34 PM
I really need a better signiature.
Posted Jul 03 2012 - 06:07 PM
Nothing could prepare Sybre for the final battle.
In November, head down to Snax in the comic forum to see the battle that will determine the fate of Sybre.
Out of Snax
Coming to the comic forum November 17, 2014
Posted Jul 16 2012 - 01:42 PM
Posted Jul 29 2012 - 10:28 PM
I'm assuming that by "dangling thing below the body" you're referring to the lower part of his torso where his arms are attached. His arms attach at the base of his torso.
The build of this is epic. The legs and body are both nicely designed. The colors are also great. By the way, what's that thing dangling from below the body?
I'm glad you like the torso, it's my favorite part too. Sadly I won't be posting any instructions for it though. There are plenty of pictures that I posted, try working it from there. Feel free to PM me if you run into any problem areas!
I really like the limbs, particularly the way the tubing for the torso lead to the legs (Arms?) My favourite part is the torso, which I want to use at some point. Would you be willing to post instructions for it? I love that colour scheme. 10.3/10
The articulation on the elbow joints is limited, but they move enough to pose and stabilize the MOC. That joint is typically very articulated if you don't use four beams, I just like the look of the four beams and also the added structural integrity.
Ah, I was waiting for this since I saw it on brickshelf. Nice build, the reversed anatomy is very cool and dynamic. Cool limbs with hands, cool middle torso, and cool head! His head does look a tad flat from the side, but thats opinion on my part. The legs are skeletal and robotic without looking bare; I congratulate you on that because I have yet to come up with a reliable method to do that. Just curious, how much articulation do you get on the elbow joints on the support limbs? Awesome moc.
Yeah, the feet and ankles are my least favorite part. If I go back and revisit this MOC, that's going to be the area of most concern for me. Thanks for the input!Again, thanks for all of the replies, I really do appreciate it!
This is a fantastic MOC. It reeks originality in it's entire construction. The head is fantastic. It definitely refreshing to see builders reach outside the bounds of pre-made masks and create something great out of nothing.It's almost organic in nature, like something out of Prometheus, but I guess that's were the Sebulba inspiration comes in. My only complain would be to integrate the ankles so that they're not so plain. Perhaps some sort of shoulder armor in front of the foot itself. Either way, a wonderful creation.
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