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#1 Offline Indigogeek

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Posted Apr 14 2013 - 05:18 PM

I recently built up a MOC from spare parts I had lying around. I think a lot of people assume that bionicle pieces and the ball jointed based hero factory armor won't work well together. I decided to prove this wrong with my Toa Nidhiki MOC. Here it is!

 

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#2 Offline Gengar

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Posted Apr 14 2013 - 05:51 PM

He's quite simple, actually. But the torso design is really nice, and a green and silver color scheme is nice as well, though I kind of knew that because the Volitak comes in only one color :P. The "wings" on the shoulders are a nice addition to it.
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#3 Offline Indigogeek

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Posted Apr 14 2013 - 06:01 PM

Having a lack of torso pieces due to mocing with them/ rebuilding sets, it's quite a challenge to make a torso. I in fact used the metru upper torso as the lower body of Nidhiki, and it came out better than expected!


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#4 Offline Chro

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Posted Apr 14 2013 - 07:24 PM

He's a little... chubby. Not bad for a spare parts build, though. And you're right, I never understand why people think that Bio and HF pieces are incompatible... they're literally designed to work together! XD


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#5 Offline The Phantom Terror

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Posted Apr 14 2013 - 08:38 PM

I agree with Chro for the most part. The scythe looks a little simple in comparison with the rest of the body, and the arms looks like they could use a little bit more flexibility. Oh, and you can link to your photos via thumbnail. I'll PM you how if you want.


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#6 Offline krana_enthusiast

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Posted Apr 15 2013 - 06:38 PM

Pretty cool.  I especially like the way you put a metru torso as the lower abdomen.  Interesting idea, but I would have made the thighs a bit bigger, and the forearms a bit longer.  Anyways, very nice.


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