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Sludge Dragon

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  • Birthday 09/09/1991

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  1. Full Gallery:http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=519146 Throwbot Scuba gets an upgrade.He is fully posable, sturdy, and looks tight.Ball joints, pipe horns, Brick System shins, dual leg joint system, Scuba face mask, and a breathing Tube.Old school, new power. full size original image:http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Ginrai/Technic/SCUBAX/122312_0011.jpgThe Full Gallery Again:http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=519146 Edit: Image thumbnailed - please keep posted images in BBC to 100 kB. -Wind-
  2. y'guys care to link to the folder, show off all the photos of it and whatnot?yess, 14,505 views on Bumblebee. yesss.. hahahahalololhaha.
  3. cool beans dogs, but I don't want any armor. armor's for babies. ahahahah.like I said, I was just trying something out, just was a test, but I am glad people like it!who needs armor? that's for babies. hahahlike i'd said, it was only a test, like a protoype, just seeing how it'd look.but I am glad that you people enjoy it!
  4. 2/5Meh, I think I'm too old for it. It's just yelling and banging to me. haha.Kashmir - Led Zeppelin
  5. Well, you get it.What MOC of yours has the most views on your Brickshelf?How many?As for me,Back in August 2007, I made a Transformer, turns into a dune buggy. He's got yellow coloring, so I named him Bumblebee.He is my highest hit. Currently with 14,471 views.Yesssss...Gallery:http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=270524Now how about you all?By the way, I have no idea if this is in the right section of the forums, haha. The internet is hard.
  6. Kind of a prototype. Not perfect. I was testing a way for two robots to transform and combine in this way.It is stable, and looks cool, so it's all good.Gallery:http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=505720Combined Red and Blue.(bigger photo: http://www.brickshel.../061612_001.jpg)Individual Red abnd Blue robots.(bigger photo: http://www.brickshel.../061612_005.jpg)Gallery, again.http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=505720
  7. Look closer my friend, every piece has a purpose!
  8. Fragile? No. He's a brick lol. Top heavy? Yes. Hence the stand. I don't really get what you mean... Haha. Glad one other person can appriciate the heavy coloring I worked into this thing.
  9. The bar is there for design. It's just there lol.He's supposed to look like that, techno organic. Like bare exposed metal muscles. The color scheme is primary colors, and shades, ha.
  10. His name is Color Battle.My Technic Masterpiece.I dubbed him a "Hero Factory Killer" because, he is bigger, better and badder than any of those little baby Hero Factory robots. I want Technic parts out of my figures, not limbs and obnoxious pieces.He stands about 16 inches tall, and weilds a laser rifle.The hands are an old design of mine. And the hips and torso incorporates System elements into it. This guy is a brick, everything sticks to itself.He is third in my Color robot series,first being Big Color:http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=490456which then was rebuilt into Color Spike:http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=500731which then was rebuilt to Color Battle, pictured here, link for gallery below photo.I cannot figure out how to make this photo smaller.For more pictures, bigger and more detailed, view theColor Battle Gallery:http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=502192Edit: Image thumbnailed due to dimension and file size. Please keep posted images in BBC to 640x640 pixels and 100 kB.-Wind-
  11. thanks. yeah, I'm workin on a new version of him currently. fixing the jumbled back and holy thighs. it'll be even better!
  12. Well it's not a big blocky bot, I wanted biomechanical, technoorganic, sort of like something from Spawn.Though yes it does look like a transformer, but you gotta consider the size and weight, he needed something to hold him up, ball joints being redily availible.I like to make parts go where they don't normally. Use things not what they have to be designed for. It's liberating. haha.Oh, also, all the ball joints stay in their places, so it doesn't really become a mess there.
  13. I enjoy this. Can't really find flaws. The huge back spines work great, and it looks solid and sturdy (right?).It not only reminds me of a dinosaur, but something from Spawn, given the extreme biomechanical design and menacing look.
  14. I call him Color Spike. Click on thumbnails. It'll be worth it.Colorful for a reason. I wanted him to be.Named after the shoe, the Air Jordan Spiz'ike., Bordeaux colorway. Pictured here.Of course he's posable. And sturdy too.Back view.Portait.Gallery when public:http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=500731Edit: Images thumbnailed due to dimensions and file size. Please keep posted images in BBC to 640x640 pixels and 100 kB.Click on the thumbnails to view the original images.-Wind-
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