Not many people seemed to read it though, as there were lots of comments on, 'that monster eating the boy.' Oh well.I really like how he came out. I think the different shades of grey and silver work well and the splashes of red and blue (the minifig) add some nice contrast. The armor is placed on the him to work in this one particular pose, and in some areas his range of movement is pretty restricted as a result. But that was part of the design and done to make him look as un-hollow as I could.BrickFair 2012 gallery.
The destroyer of nightmares. If you were having bad dreams, wouldn't you want this guy looking out for you too?
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My experience with graffiti was critical to my success in creating an army of murderous seagulls.
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Just call me FF or Veigar no matter my current username.
"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
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