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  1. Marshie's Lovely 8-Bit Kit a lovely kit for lovely people salutations friends and people. i am the one known as marshie, and as you can see i have started drawing a sprite kit. because drawing sprites is just what i do. anyway, let's get into what this kit is about. if you couldn't tell from the title, this lil' sheet is done in eight whole bits of color. that is two-hundred and fifty-six entirely different colors and if that doesn't blow your mind i don't know what will. the old nes-style type graphics is the theme for today, and i've included an nes palette on the sheet that i typically use, but you are by no means limited to using just that; really this is more about the simplistic style than the colors, after all. or at least, as simplistic as some of these pieces can get while still being reasonably accurate. what even is UP with that metru matoran chest piece, anyway?? so! as you can see this sheet is nowhere near finished yet. i've barely started on it in fact. but worry not, at the very least i intend to have a much wider array of masks to choose from within a day or two or three or seven. limbs, of course, will be expanded as well, and i will be adding bodies as i feel like it or stumble on a nifty MOC i want to spriterize....... but that's for the future. for now, have this barely useable sprite sheet: current version: 0.0.11 additional items: great spirit robot as i said, work in progress, expect many updates. many, many updates. also feel free to tell me what stuff you want to see here specifically; i just jump around randomly on these things but if somebody wants something specific i'll probably actually do it. or if somebody has a nifty moc they want spriterized well i do love working with that sort of thing... there's practically nothing on this thing yet, so i'm not exactly expecting some explosion in popularity but if anybody does want to use it for whatever then go for it. i don't have any restrictions on use, but it'd be cool if you let me know what you're doing with them so i can check it out and rate it five stars. unless the rating is out of ten in which case i'd be happy to rate your project 10/10. that is all, please go back to your daily lives now. hopefully your life has been enriched by the knowledge that marshie's lovely 8-bit kit is a thing that exists.
  2. Okay, I hardly ever MOC with System (I prefer Technic and CCBS), but recently I wanted to make this and wanted to make it mostly out of System (though I'll admit it has a Technic based spine). It's a (mostly) anatomically correct skeleton of a dragon made up of 628 pieces, which, being obsessed with dragons, was something I wanted to do for a while, but only recently had the time to do. The MOC took about 5-6 hours to build. Anyway, enough of me talking, time to let my renderings do the talking: Comments and constructive feedback very much appreciated. Enjoy! EDIT: Thought I'd slip in a version which I'll be building in real life: Black Skeletal Dragon! (this one uses legitimate PCC's so is pretty much possible to build in real life in terms of piece colours) EDIT 2: Instructions are available here to view and download, a parts list for this model that you can upload to Bricklink is here, and click here to see a picture of the MOC in real life. Enjoy!
  3. Okay, this may be a coincidence or LEGO trolling. Or I may have found a cool thing. So I was reading the recently released excerpt from the first BIONICLE chapter book: Island of the Lost Masks, and what drew the attention of my ever-suspicious eyes was the band of rune-type symbols at the top of each page. They look like decoration, but I have read books where that "decoration" actually encodes a hidden message. Initially I was disappointed, because it turns out that although the bands on page 2 and 3 are different, the same bands repeat on subsequent pages in an alternating manner. So just a pattern that decorates the top of each double page spread? I was not convinced. Looking closer, I saw that that pattern split over two pages actually contains a shorter pattern, repeated five times. And that shorter pattern just happens to be a string of exactly twenty-six unique symbols. (The same number of symbols in the English alphabet.) To decorate the book, LEGO appears to have written out the Okoto alphabet five times across the top of each page. Perhaps it was the easiest way to form a pattern with assets they had already designed. Or maybe, further on in the book (or in the second book) the band does change, and contains a secret message encoded in the alphabet shown on the first few pages. I cannot access any later pages with the "view random page" button, but others can check. It may also be worth checking whether this possible alphabet allows the decoding of symbol strings shown in the animations and other art. I'm currently staring at the symbols on my Mask of Creation, but it's past my bedtime so I'll let others continue the investigation. (If someone could paste an image into this thread of the 26-symbol sequence for ease of viewing, that would be very helpful 'cause I don't know how to. )
  4. Now for something a little different from my normal Bionicle stuff! One of my main goals in building this was to incorporate Bionicle parts into the build in some way. Partly because I had a shortage of system parts but mostly cause Bionicle is awesome.
  5. Hiya BZP! It's been a little while since I've posted anything, and I rarely, if ever, have posted here in the art forum, (even though I do like browsing rather often), so some of you may not recognize me. Usually, when I am online, I'm holed up in the Library or blogstalking old friends. But anyways, I made these two. Pikachu seemed like a logical if not clichéd starter for a Matoran of Electricity, yes? And I really wanted to share, since my brothers, despite loving both LEGO and Pokémon, do not share my enthusiasm for felting wool and crafts. They're like, "hey, cool." and went back to watching Legend of Korra (which I introduced them too, wonderful sister that I am). What better way to spend a too-humid-to-go-outside afternoon than repeatedly stabbing a barbed needle into wads of felting-fluff until they resemble characters from my childhood, am I right? They look kind of fuzzy, but it's because they actually are, it wasn't my camera, to my relief. I present to you the fruit of my roughly 3.5 hour labor. And I also stabbed myself a couple times by accident. (Larger) Matoran Matoran (back) Kanohi Armor Pikachu Pikachu's Tail The thing with the large pictures is, the closer you look, and the longer you look, the weirder they start to seem, probably because of all the little stray fibers and stuff. Anyways, the hardest part was Pikachu, as you can see, he looks a bit non-traditional. I attached the ears and eye-highlights last, and up unitl then, he looked kind of terrifying XD The Matoran's mask, (it's supposed to be a Kakama, in case it's unclear), was super fun because of all the detail. Her armor was also fun, I made it separately, and it went over her head like a t-shirt C: So, thank's for stopping by! I hope it was worth your time!
  6. Hello, guys! Just today I've got my hands on the new Bionicle summer wave polybag. I think It's going to be available worldwide soon, so get ready. So here it is, evil, villainy, skull-grindery! The front of the bag shows the set itself with this poster-like paper (I assume it's not cardboard) underlay and a cardboard stand with mask support sticking out of it. The gold Skull Grinder mask looks epic and dark. It actually seems like the mask has copper tint in it. The top left side of the bag says that it has 13 pieces inside. No set number though. Finally, the back shows us the set number. It's 5002942. So, inside the bag we have a booklet, a... poster(?) folded in triangle, three pieces of mask stand and a bag of Lego pieces (including the mask) Illuminati confirmed? The triangle thing actually unfolds into... hexagon! That's unexpected. The "bottom" shows MoCr with Grindy eyes on the back. Nothing new. On the upper side we can clearly see the place where the stand should be. The booklet contains the instructions to both stand and mask support. The paper of the stand is soft to the touch, but sturdy. The green highlights on the long piece is slightly metallic. A bag of parts. I don't see anything new except for the mask. As I've said the mask looks epic and dark. The support looks exactly like the support fo MoCr. Thе mask doesn't hold well on the stand. It's a bit wobbly, but... ...if you force the mask a bit more into the support, it'll fix well. This is how you suppose to keep the stand on your shelf. It's a bit weird to me. I hope you enjoyed the review! Bye!
  7. Hi guys, I managed to make a decent looking combo model of the six Protector sets. This model does not use the Skull Spiders or the extra studs. Feel free to comment with CC, but keep in mind that I had a very limited amount of parts to work with. More images here. Instructions here. EDIT: resized image to fit guidelines.
  8. Always hungry, always on the prowl. Haven't posted on these forums! As per usual, no real backstory to this thing. I just rewatched Pacific Rim last and really wanted to build something with a couple of sets of eyes. I went through a few versions of the design before I settled for the wildcat/lizard/gorilla freak, at one point it was something more resembling a giant leech with wings :v I mostly wanted to experiment with the Stronius armor parts because I had never used them before but I liked the uneven texture they have, both organic and mechanical at the same time. The eyes are what started the build, I really wanted to achieve an unusual, maybe even unsettling, look with them. I know the lack of toes on the hind feet might look off but the part sculpt already has three toes and I felt like clipping only two on didn't look that good. Still not sure if I made the right decision or not, but oh well. Anyway, that's it for my rant. Your comments and criticism are highly appreciated. Thanks for taking a look! PS. This guy is my entry into the Flickr contest for this month.
  9. Hey everybody! Ksprice45 here and today I will be showing you the pictures of my golden mask of Earth . I made a flicker album for you right here click the following link to go to it https://www.flickr.com/gp/133571228@N05/9KM368 And here is a youtube video for it
  10. Welcome to A slightly Different Tale, a small series of hand-drawn comics telling various more or less different tales. Hope you'll enjoy them. Schedule: Sunday, every 2 weeks. Latest changes: 24 - TOP: The Monologue Of Evil added in Main comics. (11/02/2014) ~~~~~~~ Main comics 01 - Intro (the character "Creepy Coat" belongs to BZPer Weranisma and was used with her permission :3) 02 - The comic maker 03 - The Toa of Powers 04 - Toa of Powers: Qualification 05 - Why not? ~Interlude: An apology~ 06 - The market 07 - Toa of Powers: A change of direction 08 - Toa of Powers: Need help with that? 09 - Toa of Powers: Kriya 10 - Toa of Powers: Awaken 11 - Toa of Powers: Glorious revenge? 12 - Toa of Powers: Regret 13 - Toa of Powers: Plans 14 - Toa of Powers: Something 15 - Toa of Powers: Finally asleep 16 - Toa of Powers: Mindgames 17 - Toa of Powers: Prophecy? 18 - The trouble with plots 19 ~INTERLUDE~ an announcement 20 - Toa of Powers: Rise ~Return to Fantasy 21 - Toa of Powers: Merrily merrily 22 - Seriously?! 23 - Toa of Powers: You Wish NEW: 24 - Toa of Powers: The Monologue Of Evil ~~~~~ Filler Comics F1: Story ideas F2: Always the same ~~~~~ Other stuff Small thing regarding ToP (comic) skull concept The thing with hand-drawn comics %5BComic%5D Zombie topic [concept]
  11. Hello Everyone and welcome to my first set review ever! Everyone has been waiting for this set since the first photos surfaced so let's not wait any longer and get the review started, shall we? Let's kick off with some basic data: Set Number: 70795 Piece Count: no idea (I got it from Europe) Ages: 8-14 Release Date: August 2015 Presentation From the design of the box to the instruction manual, these are the first things you see before building the set. New type of packaging for Bionicle Gen 2, classic Lego box this time. On the front: Same Bionicle logo, a cool battle scene between Ekimu and the Skull Grinder. Name, age range and set number in classic places for the series. On the back it gets more interesting. Action features are clearly shown, as well as is the combination model which (IMHO) looks way better than winter wave combi. Interestingly enough, the box features the entire comic strip not the cut down version that we are used to from other sets. Now let's focus for a moment on the instruction manual. The instruction features the same comic strip in a bit bigger scale... ...which allows us to see some more details of the confrontation. Is it just me or is Skull Grinder really trying to melt the Mask of Creation?? Back of the instruction also features the combination model which can be achieved with this set and 70794. To my eyes it looks like it has an action feature in the claw and possibly some movement in the "wings" Building Half the fun is had building the set. How fun is it to build and how easy or challenging is it? Skull Grinder: Pretty basic CCBS build, Grinder's gear box is Lewa-high but he gets a neck extension. Ekimu: Interesting protector build with gear box but still pretty straightforward The set also includes a stand for the Mask of Creation The build is simple but still very enjoyable. Probably because you're building the legendary Mask Maker. Set Design Now that the set is complete, we can critique how it looks from every angle. New or interesting pieces can also be examined here. + Ekimu's shield and some Technic parts to keep it all together. Wow. Looking at the parts Skull Grinder is impressive to say the least. The bones look great and are gonna be extremely useful for all the necromancers MOCers. Skull Grinder's shoulder and knee armor is amazing and to my knowledge one of the first parts with "broken" look in the CCBS system. The trans-orange chest, standard for all the skull warriors is also really good. His weapons: wonderful. The sword is irregular but nice to look at and has a "hook" at the end - my guess? mask removing tool. The axe is cool as well, interestingly enough its bendable but I don't know if on purpose. Ekimu on the other hand uses mosly old parts such as Chima constraction armor or Cindrella's carriage wheel. His only recolor is the 6-stud shooter in trans light blue but its not exclusive to him. The Masks: Everyone's been waiting for this moment. The MASK OF CREATION! Bathe in its glory! Its Amazing with a capital "A". Everything that you've seen on promotional images is here, including the runes not only on the "crown" but on the face as well. IMHO it fits perfectly the Mataverse description. This is the thing that people are gonna buy this set for. Ah, I just can't stop looking at it... The golden protector mask is also really nice, I especially like the golden tint in the transition section. Skull Grinder's mask is some good stuff, menacing and capturing the look of "Big Bad Guy". For all you parts hunters out there this set contains two of the black, three lenght "mixed" pins that were first included with LOSS. So that's the parts. Now lets focus on the complete set. Both characters look very solid and there isn't much to complain about. Skull Grinder is big, menacing and fits perfectly as the leader of other skull baddies. The only cons in his design are that he is really hollow around his chest/neck area and that his mace is just too heavy, even with additional gears. Now the other side of the conflict. Some say that small is beautiful and they are right. The Mask Maker looks really cool and ready for battle. He is really bulky due to the gearbox but it doesn't take away from his look. I still can't understand the reason behind giving Ekimu green eyes, but oh well he is still cool (i'm for sure gonna swap his eye crystal for one of the protector's) Playability The other half of the fun is in playing with the set. How well does the set function and is it enjoyable to play with? Skull Grinder has a standard number of points of articulation +1 due to his neck extension. Ekimu is standard as well but his elbows and knees are protector style so they have a bit more of sideways mobility. Skull Grinder has only two standard play functions, one being the gear box and two the possibility to knock his mask off. If you want you can consider the possiblitity to grab masks with his mace as another one. ...like this. Ekimu on the other side is far better equipped. He has the basic Bionicle 2015 functions so one of his arms is powered by gears and his mask can be knocked off. Next off, his shield can be rotated with a gear and his hammer is in fact a 6-stud launcher. How is that? The shield can rotate... ...and the hammer can shoot! Being the only set in this wave to contain a bad and a good guy, this set's playability towers over every other one from the summer wave. The "conflict in a box" as well as the golden protector mask allow you to play out cool battle scenes without the need to buy anything else. Also, did I already say that it contains the Mask Of Creation? You can do everything with this mask and a bit of imagination. Ekimu the Mask Maker in his full glory Axe or Sword? Wanna play a game? Final Thoughts Once it's all said and done, how does the set stack up? Should I get it? Pros What's to like? Mask Of Creation!!!"Conflict in a box"Lots of action featuresMask Of Creation!Fun buildNew parts - always welcomedid I already talk about the Mask...?Cons What's not to like? Skull Grinder is a bit hollowEven if he has an additional set of gears, his mace is just too heavy to keep it up in any pose that you wantThe new skull shoulder and knee armor stands out a bit too much and is hollow inside as wellEkimu has green eyes (Why Lego, why??)A must buy for every Bionicle fan out there, old and new. The Mask is of course the focus of the set but the rest doesn't disappoint either. A very good set as a whole in my opinion. PS: Thanks everyone for reading and seeing as it's my very first review i would very much like some constructive criticism in the comments. This is Dakhann, signing off.
  12. All pics link to Flickr! Description: The villagers of Okoto play this ancient sport to bring pride to their villages. The first villager to shoot a gem through the hoop three times wins the ceremonial mask. They are armed with weapons to knock away the opponent's gems and shooters to fire their gems through the hoop. Two score counters are also included. Background: This year I was able to attend the LEGO Inside Tour for the first time. The 34-person group I was in, which toured from the 19th of May to the 22nd, was the second tour group for 2015 and the 28th since the LEGO Inside Tour began. The most thrilling part of the LEGO Inside Tour, for me, was getting to meet and spend time with so many LEGO designers and others who help to make the LEGO Group the company that it is. However, the biggest surprise for me was connected with the building competition at the end of the first day. All tour participants were invited to think like a LEGO designer and design a potential set to meet certain constraints. The designers would judge them the next day before announcing the winners at an awards ceremony that evening. The parts provided for us included many BIONICLE pieces, but I was one of the only builders to create a primarily BIONICLE-based creation, since that is the style of building that comes most naturally to me. When I finished my model at around 10:20pm, a lot of other builders were still working on their own creations, so I didn't get to see what my model was up against until the awards ceremony. To my amazement, the model I created won first prize! It was the first BIONICLE creation to win first prize in the history of the LEGO Inside Tour. The designers liked that it had a clear play scenario and hit the desired price point almost exactly. I was awarded a LEGO set and a brick-built trophy printed with the Inside Tour logo. And yes, they let me keep my creation! Bonus pics:
  13. With all this "80s craze" going on, I decided to make one of the most iconic 80s cars: The Lamborghini countach. 10 studs wide (8 without the SNOT on the sides) and fits 2 minifigs. Kung Fury Versions coming soon. Side view, showing the scissor doors.
  14. Series 1 (you're on it) Series 2 Series 3 SQURMISITES The squishy Squrmisites love to lend a hand-or-similar-appendage to a friend in need. that is, when they aren't busy rolling in dirt or eating dead leaves in the rotting gardens they call home. Planar 46 Pieces Even more willing to help than most Squirmisites, Planar may even try to help when you don't need any! But if you do, a body flatter than most mixels helps with those tight pinches! Doon 54 pieces The armor covered leader of the Squrmisites is always in the mood for a friendly greeting, though you might not want to shake hands with Doon's sharp tail claw. Sqeem 50 pieces Full of energy and almost never standing still, Squeem is nearly always tied in a slipper knot! Lacking any actual hands, Sqeem's long tongue makes a sutible substitute. Squirmisite MAX PLUMBERNAUTS The Plumbernauts are always trying to fix things, but their repairwork usually leaves it spewing water everywhere. (even if it didn't have any water in it to begin with.) They are always eager to explore, and have charted many parts of the underground sewers the live in. Schnozet 49 pieces The Slow-moving Leader of the Plumbernauts is very smart, but not well-liked by many other mixels. the constant drippy nose doesn't help much. Drizz 72 pieces A shy and easily scared Mixel, Drizz is often found hiding away from every loud noise, even the sounds of the other Plumbernauts working. Floosh 64 pieces This high-pressure mixel is the Plumbernauts best defens against nixels. Floosh's arms are always ready to release masive bursts of water. great for defense, but not so fun at a party. Plumbernaut MAX BRANCH BUNCH A mixel tribe with a strong sense of order and safety, the Branch Bunch make and enforce a lot of weird rules for other mixels that walk into their forest. other mixels find them to be a bit stiff. Sequi 66 pieces Thinking itself taller than others around, Sequi is actually very short. don't say that around this mixel though, because a short temper and a pointy head are a painful mix. Snang 73 pieces The tallest and strongest, Snang can easily lift fallen logs and boulders, clearing a pat for smaller mixels. Though imposing in appearance, this mixel is actually quite gentle. Stomph 58 pieces Everything's a joke to Stomph, a very funny one at that! If something's funny enough, Stomph will laugh and stomp up and down on three heavy feet. Branch Bunch MAX
  15. Greetings, everyone! Today, I bring you an array of characters from Corpus Rahkshi, GMed by I Am Ultron Six over in Bionicle RPG. If you're not familiar with it, the premise is that some Kraata have begun to exhibit Matoran-level sapience. In response, the Makuta put them in a school known as Corpus Rahkshi to study them, and if possible, train them as the Brotherhood's elite force. It's great fun. I've posted a few of these in the discussion topic before, but I've also got some revamps to show, and I decided it was probably time for a dedicated topic. (I do hope no one minds that I represent their character here; if anyone does, PM me and I'll remove them.) But enough exposition, you all want to see the MoCs! * * * With Staff | Jayar, played by Johnrahk | With Book My first and primary Rahkshi, Jayar is a noble warrior and secret poet Rahkshi of Quick Healing. He values learning and knowledge equally to fighting prowess. Noting numerous Rahkshi with abilities which impaired sight, he decided it would be profitable to learn to fight blind, and enlisted Hoto as his teacher. She soon became a friend, and not long ago surpassed even that. * * * Hoto, played by Click | Running Obviously I must demonstrate Hoto next. Hoto is blind, but she makes up for it with her level 4 dodge powers and clickers in her joints, which when moved provide sound she can use for echolocation. She loves running, as moving faster allows her to 'see' more clearly. Extremely gentle, she grows considerably distressed if she hurts anyone, especially her numerous friends, including Kat, Era, Fang, and Jayar. * * * Vaalku, played by ghidora131 Of perpetually enigmatic personality, Vaalku sometimes annoys his fellow students with spontaneous barrages of unmerited insults or sympathies. But not enough for them to take his leg and arm, that was done by vengeful Matoran with net launchers. * * * Toxin, played by ArcticFreeze17 | On Ice Toxin's weapons and battle style have a samurai/ninja flavor to them. He's one of Arctic's triplet Trinity Brothers, the other two being Stronghold and Bullseye (who has his own MoC here further down). The 'on ice' picture depicts him after an unfortunate tangle with several Matoran which resulted in his body being turned half to ice by Freeze and Reconstitutes at Random disks in conjunction. Yeah, these Matoran are not to be trifled with. * * * Axes | Omega, previously played by SharkyDane | Goodbye Omega used to be a violent but good-natured Rahk who enjoyed fighting immensely. When he allied with two opposing factions, he felt himself a traitor to each, unknowing how valued he was by his few friends, like Fang and Kat. Before he had the chance to resolve these feelings, though, he picked a fight with his rival Exxan - a fight which ended his life. The 'Goodbye' picture features a quote from Fang, during Omega's funeral. * * * Caoutchouc, played by Tiragath | He's Stretchy While not the brightest of the Academy's students, Cao is a top contender for the best fighter. He practices martial arts avidly (assisted by his Elasticity powers), and his prowess has paved the way for him to be one of the first batch of level 4 Kraata in the school. A believer in honor, especially honorable combat. He carries a sword named Faithful, which is enchanted to return to him when thrown, hence the boomerang shape. * * * Shark, played by Johnrahk With his incredible memory and endless vigilance, Shark constantly prepares himself to carry out his life goal: end the lives of as many other beings as possible. Between his brilliant mind and his brute strength, he's a formidable opponent; already he's managed to end the life of one Rahk, and he's dead set on repeating the feat as many times as possible. * * * Kat, played by Chumpu Confident and responsible, Catatonic goes by her full name in serious situations, but a more casual Kat among her friends. A team player, she does what she can to help her fellow students improve themselves, and would never ask anyone to do something she would be unwilling to do herself. * * * Fang, played by Click Fang is quick to anger, and as a Rahkshi of Plasma his fury is often literally blazing. But nevertheless, he adheres fervently to his moral code, and will devote himself to defending those who cannot defend themselves. The school and everything it stands for infuriate him, but despite his solitary inclinations, he has managed to find a few close friends among the student body, especially Kat. * * * Short, played by Toa of Dancing Don't let Short's small stature fool you; by strategically her slowness powers and miniscule size, she's capable of defeating much larger opponents (even Shark once). She has a short complex and, while slow of speech, is also rather loud, a trait exacerbated by her intense Southern US accent. * * * Era, played by Roman Torchwick Like her close friend Hoto, Era is blind, and her faceplate lacks eyeholes, making her look somewhat eerie. She used to feel a need to prove herself to those gifted with vision, but as one of the first level fours, she's pretty much done so. Even so, she remains proud and stubborn, preferring not to ask for or accept help. * * * Bullseye, played by ArcticFreeze17 Bullseye is friendly to more or less everyone. He's also a self-made hunter and survivalist, capable of creating jerky from whatever sort of Rahi you care to supply him with. Eternally upon his head rests a cowboy hat. * * * Vlad, played by Johnrahk | Generic Action Pose For humans, who live in light, vampires are creatures of darkness. But if Rahkshi live in darkness, does that mean their vampires thrive on light? It does in Vlad's case. A Rahkshi of Hunger, Vlad speaks with a Transylvanian accent and constantly fights off urges to sink his fangs into other students' Kraata. He wields the double-dagger Avenger, which is capable of releasing bursts of blinding light and returning to him when thrown. He also wears a cape with lightstones woven into it called the Cloak of Umbra (in-game, at least, not in this MoC). * * * For when it's public, full-size (that is to say, ridiculously large) images of all these can be found in this Brickshelf folder. Anyway, there you have it: my interpretation of thirteen Corpus Rahkshi students. Whether you're a player in the RPG or you've never heard of it before, feedback and upvotes are greatly appreciated. And if you don't care to leave any, thanks nevertheless for taking a look at my work.
  16. 3D-Printable Kanohi Updated 2-25-15 Full Gallery (High Res) (when public) http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=410271 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I hope this is an OK forum for this topic. These "creations" are certainly "Bionicle-based." Let me start by saying that I am an extremely n00b-ish, amateur 3D modeler. I do not claim nor guarantee that these are of amazing quality. But I was really bored and if you've read my Toa Hagah topic (see sig), it's obvious how much I want the impossible-to-find Blocko knock-off Kanohi. So I decided to try my best to make them myself, and that spiraled into all the stuff you see below. These are all for sale on Shapeways. My shop is at https://www.shapeways.com/shops/masksforall I'm not selling these to get rich, (my markup on each is only $3,) I'm selling them so that anyone who wants them can have them! Again, I'm a verrrryyy new 3D modeler, and these are not of jaw-dropping quality. But it realllllyyyy grinds my gears that there are at least 3 people I've seen online who have made awesome Boinicle stuff via 3D printing.... aaand then never offered them up for public sale. So that's why I'm doing it. Note: The axle-connectors are adequate, but imperfect. I used the exact same dimensions for all of my masks, but some of them ended up fitting quite snugly, while others are pretty loose/wobbly. It probably has something to do with the polishing processes and the difference between different colored plastics. But with a little modeling putty or hot-glue they stay in place fine. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mask of Alternate Futures (Olisi) Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/model/2999647/kanohi-olisi-mask-of-alternate-futures-bionicle.html?li=shop-results&materialId=94 Wiki: http://bionicle.wikia.com/wiki/Olisi This one was pretty straightforward, actually. I made it larger because Karzahni's a bigger dude. The smaller "teeth" on the right side of his face were supposed to be more pronounced, but evidently the polishing process wore them down to teeny-tiny. (You can tell how sooper-awesome I am at making curvy 3D things by looking at his eyebrow *sarcasm*.) I'm trying to paint it at the moment, with blue and silver. I'll let you know how it turns out. Update I am a much worse painter than 3D-modeler But here's an idea of what's possible. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-2-15 Mask of Elemental Energy Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/model/2997158/kanohi-pungao-mask-of-elemental-energy-bionicle.html?li=shop-results&materialId=62 Wiki: http://bionicle.wikia.com/wiki/Mask_of_Elemental_Energy I used the actual model from the PC game for reference on this one. I'm happy to announce that version-2 fits a Toa head very well! It's a tiiiny snug so I'll do a very minor tweak and feel safe taking it off Beta. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mask of Healing Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/model/3001876/kanohi-blocko-1-bionicle.html?li=shop-results&materialId=62 This is a recreation, to the best of my ability, of one of the bootleg Blocko Kanohi that I've never managed to get my hands on. I'm actually pretty happy with how it came out. It's not perfect, but considering that the real thing is next to impossible to find... Update 2-25-15 Eeeeveryone wanted it bigger and swoopier. Result? A mask that is WAY too big and swoopy. Seriously, it is huge. And the connector was placed too high. I accept 10% of the blame. I'll try to scale it down. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/PB6NQ6FNL?li=shop-results&optionId=55196985 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-2-15 Mask of Emulation Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/LMTXDZYMG?li=shop-results&optionId=43310525 This is the other Blocko mask. This is the updated version. Works equally well with the Metru head. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mask of Mechanics Update 2-25-15 Everybody thought that v1 was too flat, so I give you v2. You're welcome. Wiki: http://bionicle.wikia.com/wiki/Mask_of_Fusion Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/8JRAPM766/kanohi-taputu-mask-of-mechanics-bionicle-v2?key=a816cfb777d760331c83bda04ba9099b ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mask of Sensory Aptitude Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/model/2995010/kanohi-tikanka-mask-of-sensory-aptitude-bionic.html?li=shop-results&materialId=62 Wiki: http://bionicle.wikia.com/wiki/Mask_of_Sensory_Aptitude No offence to the other guy who's made one of these in 3D, but his... looks nothing like the image. I'm happy with my rendition. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mask of Elasticity Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/model/3001749/kanohi-rapa-mask-of-elasticity-bionicle.html?li=shop-results&materialId=62 Wiki: http://biosector01.com/wiki/index.php/File:Comic_Toa_Mahri_Leading_Matoran_to_Safety.png I wasn't happy with the side-cover on this, and the bottom was too narrow to fit on a Toa head. I've widened it and extended the sides back for more cover, but until I have the new version in my hands this is also beta. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-2-15 Mask of Life This took soooo long. It's kind of rough around the edges but if I spend any more time on this, I'll go insane. (For those who don't know, this was our first glimpse at the MoL from the VNOLG. Then the Toa Ignika set was revealed and everyone was all, "Whaaaat?" And they had to invent some story about how the mask can change shape because reasons.) I'm happy with how it turned out, although I may spend some time thickening the protrusions for durability's sake. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/UASSTX527?li=shop-results&optionId=55082122 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-25-15 Mask of Diminishment This is based on 2015 concept art. When I first saw it in person I thought, "aww, it's too big." But actually, it's only slightly larger than Toa Nuju's Kanohi Matatu. So I don't feel so bad. I might try and make it slightly smaller. The eyes are a bit far apart (ironic, since a couple of people thought that they'd be too close together - save your judgments, people,) so I might tweak that, but it wouldn't be simple. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/8S8EVNCCN/kanohi-pehkui-mask-of-diminishment-kanohi?li=shop-results&optionId=55100092 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-25-15 Mask of Weight Increase I'm very happy with how this came out! This is based on a tumblr drawing by just-a-drawing cat. (Link http://bionicle-art-squad.tumblr.com/post/100331847523/challenge-week-4-kanohi-angaru-fan-created-mask) This took a very long time because I made at least three bone-head decisions that made me waste a bunch of time and go back to the drawing board. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/7JPT3KTEX/kanohi-himata-mask-of-weight-increase-bionicle?key=f66e1a122580413de8cee894f46490e4 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-25-15 Mask of Psychometry Not much to say here except this is based on art by GarryTheSkrall from http://www.bzpower.com/board/topic/10901-the-first-toa/ I'm happy with the finished product! The eyes could be brought in a bit, I'll see what I can do. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/ATV76NDNZ?li=shop-results&optionId=55135452 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-25-15 Mask of Growth Even though I own the real version of this Blocko mask, some people wanted their own after they saw mine in my Toa Hagah topic. I'm very happy with how it looks - I know the forehead looks a little weird but trust me, most of the weirdness is from the oddities of the renderer and once it's printed and polished it should all be one nice smooth surface. My only concern is the size. I've done my best to make it able to fit an old fashioned Toa head but since the Blocko mask is too small to fit one, I had to increase the size on this model. So we'll see how it turns out. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/V3UNJVVS2?li=shop-results&optionId=55150502 Update: OR, holy cow, you could just buy one directly: http://www.toysrus.com/buy/lite-brix/cra-z-art-lite-brix-building-system-blaster-bot-35800-52102146 Update2: Shapeways made a mistake! They forgot to send me this one for some reason! So, still waiting! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Update 2-25-15 Mask of Clairvoyance Even though I own the real version of this Blocko mask, some people wanted their own after they saw mine in my Toa Hagah topic. What you might not realize about the Blocko masks is that they are designed to be used with the Blocko head, which is much skinnier than the Bionicle heads, so I had to widen this out a bit while trying to keep as much of the "feel" as I could. Update: The mask is actually too big. I'll see about narrowing it and shrinking it a bit. I was concerned about the old Mata head being compatible but I think I'll focus on the Metru head here. Shop: https://www.shapeways.com/product/KRT94AHAB?li=shop-results&optionId=55158167 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- In case you were curious about the names I assigned them above. (I hope you notice that almost all of the fanon-canon weirdo masks of strangeness do not exist for me. I hope you are the same.)
  17. 1 hour, done in Zbrush Lately in my modeling class we've been doing small one-hour sculpting competitions in which one of us would issue a theme to sculpt from. For my turn, I chose the theme "Tribal Mask." This Huna design was derived from my drawing of my character Makuta Metae in which the designs of the kanohi were based on African influences although they ended looking up variations of Dragon Priest masks from the game Skyrim . A good majority of the time was spent on deciding the placement of the eyes and such I had about 10 minutes for all the detail and coloring but overall, it might be too ornate a design for a tribal feel
  18. Back view A MOC tribute to our dear Tufi Piyufi. She is one of the best friends a person could have, and also awesome. I wanted to replicate the feel of a traditional Western Military dress uniform, but sort of through that weird anime lens? Like the way so much anime borrows a concept of that sort of dress but imprints its own sensibilities upon it. In this case, I wanted to sort of imply the Puffin-y elements. I think it worked out pretty well?
  19. Over the years, LEGO has made large sculptures out of System bricks. Sometimes they were just artistic sculptures to decorate their amusement parks and stores, but other times they were meant to directly promote products. This includes BIONICLE characters. I want to know all the BIONICLE sculptures they made. There are two categories: System bricks and generic plastic. These statues are not necessarily life size, as a Toa averages about 1.6 bio tall (7.2 feet or 2.19 meters). These are what I have so far: System Brick Tahu (Generation 1) (Toa Mata) Onua (Generation 1) (Toa Mata) Vakama (Toa Hordika) Keelerak Hakann Vezok Kalmah Antroz Mask of Creation (Generation 2) Non-System Brick Pakari Infected Mask Tahnok (2 versions) Tahu (Generation 1) (Toa Nuva) Gali (Generation 1) (Toa Nuva) Lewa (Generation 1) (Toa Nuva) Mata Nui Stone Makuta Stone Akaku, Hau, and Pakari Carvings Turahk Vakama (Toa Metru) (2 versions) Onewa and Matau (Toa Metru) (Onewa is half buried) Whenua (Toa Metru) Nokama (Toa Metru) Nuju (Toa Metru) Keelerak Zamor Spheres Have I missed any?
  20. So recently, inspired by an offhand comment my twin brother made about wanting to see/build an updated version of the classic Nui-Rama set, I decided to try my hand at a MOC. After much planning, preparation on LDD, and scavenging parts from recent Technic sets, the result is what you see here. A "Skull Sandfly" (still not 100% sold on the name, but I like the alliteration). I tried to recreate the look of the classic set while giving it a much-needed update, with CCBS parts replacing the classic low-posability Bionicle limbs and the dated Throwbot/Slizer gearbox cleared out to make way for a custom gearbox which utilizes the knob gears from this year's Technic-heavy Toa and Lord of Skull Spiders. The function looks better (thanks in part to the wings from Gorast and Thornraxx) and arguably works better, with less wobble and a better grip for the handle. The jaw and claws are now posable, thanks to parts from last year's Hero Factory sets, and the eyes are now solidly attached instead of weirdly popping off like other masks. And at 103 pieces, it gives the original a run for its money in terms of bulk and building experience as well. Photos: (1, 2, 3, 4) Video: (1, 2, 3) LXF File (Build Your Own!): (Download) Any comments? Critiques? Questions? Voice them in the comments!
  21. Hi all, In the new G2 we've been seeing a lot of the blocky symbols that look like the Nuva symbols, first on the mask of creation, and then in other images (box art, pedestal, etc.). I noticed specsowl trying to read the symbols off the mask of creation here. Now that we've seen several clips from the Comic-Con presentation that have long strings of symbols on them, I thought it might be a good idea to try to see if these symbols actually stood for something, like the old Matoran language! While that would have been a great throwback, it doesn't look like the symbols have meaning, at least for now. Here's what I used for reference: You can probably recognize most of those screengrabs from the Comic-Con presentation and other promo materials. I went through and outlined each symbol in a blocky way because I was too lazy to make them nice and neat in honor of the new Bionicle's art style, and color coded them: I made them rainbow for a reason, as it highlights the pattern that you can see most clearly in the two long excerpts at the top. Either that sequence of symbols is just really important, or, what I think is more likely, it's just a string of filler symbols! Especially given that in the top, you can see that the pattern repeats multiple times, but rotated 180 each time. The mask of creation at left doesn't have exactly the same sequence, but it's pretty similar. There are modified symbols in a few cases (look to the right of the screengrab in the lower right), but to me it looks like most of those the changes were made for aesthetic reasons, blending two symbols together in a way that's not repeated elsewhere. I've made a completely non-authoritative image with the symbols as vectors: ...and if you want to play with an Illustrator file, it's available for download here. The story isn't over, though! I noticed that it seems like the symbols on the mask pedestals are different, though I couldn't get a clear screengrab of them. Maybe the story team plans to use these symbols and define them in a more canonical way later. Though there aren't enough of them to fully create a fanon "language" if we wanted to, it's a stylistic start! So what do you all think? Is a Matoran-style language on our new island something you'd like to see? Do you disagree with any of my symbol interpretations (I did them pretty quickly!)? Have you seen some other symbols elsewhere that might add to the list? I know for me, the Matoran symbols added a cool level of immersion in the first generation, as well as a few Easter eggs for people to find in the online content that I'd miss in the new generation.
  22. I can't even fully remember why I made this. I think there was some sort of S&T contest to recap the 2001-2008 storylines because Bionicle was getting a "reboot". Turns out that reboot was actually just a last-ditch and unsuccessful attempt at preventing a 5 year hiatus. So I tacked on a summary of 2009 and 2010 on the end and here we are. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNx-zQDXRY4 Obviously I won't be adding anything else to this while Bionicle is still alive, and let us all hope that I won't have to for quite some time!
  23. To celebrate the return of Bionicle LEGO Russia arranged an event for children to build a moc, and the winner of a moc contest could take it home. As an invited Bionicle expert, my time wasn't as much limited as the children's, so during the last day of this event (which is today) I built this chinese dragon in a couple of hours. It's made of the protectors' pieces only. The guys from LEGO were nice enough to let me take it home. http://m.imgur.com/a/UBxy2 New pictures: http://littletaggy.tumblr.com/post/112520601604/
  24. So this time around I decided to make some modifications to the set before painting it up, and to change the color scheme up a bit from the original. More angles can be found here. You can also check out some of the other stuff I've painted here and here.
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