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Please Click for a Larger PictureGallery (When Public)Robot ModeTorsoTop view with turbines unfoldedHead side viewArmLeg side viewTailClaw (Can be opened and closed)Looking down the barrelTransformation1 (Back panels removed for easier transformation and picture-taking)23456 (Beams removed to rotate torso and replaced in next step)78 (Back panels reattached to ball sockets, legs removed for easier transformation and picture-taking)9 (Back panels need to be "zipped up" and connected to side panels) 1011 (Tail connects to top section and bottom section using pins)1213Beast ModeHeadTop | 2Turbines unfoldedSize comparison with Tahu MataI started this the first of January and finished it the fourteenth of March, so it took about two and a half months to build... Yeah... I had it built for Bricks by the Bay 2012 in Silicon Valley, CA and it won the Best Bionicle/Hero Factory Villain. Many of the children loved it and a lot of adults did, too, including other attendees and those that were there for the public day. I transformed it a couple of times there.It takes about 15-20 minutes for me to transform it.It is very heavy. Height in Robot Mode is about three feet, and in Beast Mode length is about four feet. As far as I can tell, this is the largest TransforMOC ever created. The tail would connect to the hand in Robot Mode, however it can't support the extra unbalanced weight.The main influence for this is Transmetal Megatron from Beast Wars, who is the best Megatron, yesss...Robot Mode | Beast Mode | InstructionsI'll take some more pictures and upload them later. Please post your comments and thanks for looking.