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BBCC Entry : Skopidax


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#1 Offline Darth Kranie

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Posted Feb 12 2013 - 03:21 AM

Here is my entry for the BBCC contest, Skopidax. He is an animal warrior who lives in the jungle. Anyone who enters his territory will be destroyed. He has a very long scorpion like tail that can destroy anything made of stone! His claws are really sharp that they can cut trees down in seconds! 

 

 

Here is the gallery for Skopidax (after it becomes public).Here

 

 

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#2 Offline Reinhardt Wilhelm

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Posted Feb 12 2013 - 07:07 AM

Really not much to say; this is just a simple HF build. It's interesting how people see the "face" of the backwards Furno helmet- a regular face, a bunny, or apparently, a scorpion. Not sure what's up with the lime armor on the ankle and the lack of armor on the torso; maybe it's be better to either change that to black, and add something to the front of the body. Sorry if I'm seeming a bit harsh, just trying to assess the MOC. :lol:

 

Also, just so you know, I'm pretty sure that double-posting's not allowed.


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