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  1. In order to not flood GA (because yes, I still draw Bionicle-based stuff from time to time! Just never get around to posting it...), here's an art collection. All new stuff will be put here - if you're interested in some of my older works, there's a list at the bottom of this post. As for the rest and future plans, I intend to put stuff up as it comes along, new stuff on top, and of course update posts. Comments and criticism are greatly appreciated, as always! ---- query - ruins (posted 2021-09-20) - New Protector of Fire (see above; link leads to post in this topic) (added 10/03/2021) Protector helmet sketches (added 13/11/2020) Nokama Metru & Hordika (added 30/06/2020; drawn 05/2019) A-tak-nid (added 16/05/2020) untitled Toa (added 11/05/2020) Turaga Vakama (added 11/10/2018; drawn in 2017) Hahli Mahri Watercolour Profile (added 15/08/2018) Hahli Mahri Sketches (added 09/08/2018) Taka Nuvia (added 25/06/2018) - Original post (w/description) ---- Mantax (posted 12/05/2018) This was originally drawn in ballpoint pen, then coloured with coloured pencils and some gel pens. And then I re-outlined the whole thing because it was a mess, added the background (ink wash, technically.) I just really like Mantax's design, and it's been ages since I last drew him (six years or something. Time flies. D: ) I may point out that this was done without a reference because you know, I draw most things while on the subway, to uni. (obviously, colouring and background were added later, at home. I don't carry that many supplies around all the time.) So it's sorta inaccurate, but I'm actually fairly happy with it design-wise. ^^ --- Old art topics (from 2015 onwards, tho much older stuff is still on my brickshelf somewhere.) Protector (Jan 2015) || 2015 Gali Pencil sketch (Jan 2015) || Mastering Water (Feb 2015) || Protector of Ice (April 2015) || Overcome by Darkness (May 2015) || Re-built (Oct 2015) || Protector of Fire - some studies (Nov 2015) || Yet another Protector of Fire (Nov 2015) Nothing you can do (Feb 2016) || Hybrid (May 2016) || Portrait of a Protector (May 2016) || Creep from the Deep (September 2016) || cuties (some matoran) (October 2016) Rahaga (January 2017) || Nokama Portrait (Feb 2017) || Rahkshi (Oct 2017) || Sleeping Beauty (Nov 2017)
  2. Hey Bionicle community! I’ve been watching & reading BZ Power content for a while now but as this is my first post, I just want to say it’s an honor to be here & it’s a great community to be a part of with so much great content! So based on the title of this post I’m sure you all can figure out what it’s about. Like the rest of us, I’m super hyped about this new TTV canon contest, and I really want to participate. However, I’ve never been the most phenomenal at Bionicle MOCs, so I thought I’d take a different direction – the canisters! Obviously canisters, at least in Bionicle G1, were a big part of the Bionicle universe, & I think as we’re doing this canon character contest and having things verified as canon, it would be cool for them to come with canisters (lots of words that start with C I know). I’d really like to design & create these canisters, & I’m willing to do it for each & every contest that will be held. (Just a sidenote: I’m also open to creating boxes if the “set” requires it, but I’m more passionate about the canisters) The reason why I like to do this is two-fold - 1, because of my passion for Bionicle, & 2, because of my passion for design. From a young age I always loved to build and create, & that’s actually what I went to college for! I’m proud to say that I have a degree in product design with a solid skill set around CAD and 3-D printing, sketching, model making, & general design principles. I’d really like to utilize the skills & sort of give back to the Bionicle community. As far as how this would work, personally I think it would work best to design the canister after each character is finished, just to help me tie it in together (to the character/mask) and also let the original MOCist do their work without me influencing it. I would love to even make the actual canisters & gift them to the winners & maybe even send some to TTV to review on their YouTube channel as a set. And obviously I’m open to any ideas the community might have for how I could go about structuring/creating these canisters! So long story short: I’d like to join the TTV cannon contest by creating canisters for each character & then sending them out to the winners & TTV. I would love to get in contact with Greg & the cast members to make this official, but I’m not sure exactly how (if anyone knows, please let me know. Update- I did send Eljay a message). I’m really looking forward to the opportunity of working with such a great community. Anyways, that’s a lot of text. But please, let me know your thoughts & comments about this idea! I'll be using this thread to post my progress photos, which are also on the TTV message boards (obviously lol), Reddit, & Instagram (all with the same username). My first round of sketches is posted below. Please please please give feedback! I would love to know how I can improve this design as I go through the process. I’d love to hear from you guys & I would value your input greatly. Let’s continue to keep the legend of Bionicle alive! #Unity #Duty #Destiny
  3. Just a vague tutorial, recent random artstuffspam and things. So a lot of months ago I made a mini costume 3D face-face mask just to see if it was possible. Wanted to try again on a larger one for someone else aka my mom the test subject, so here’s how to make one, if you’d like. Supplies: One cotton face mask that matches the skin tone of the human model. I used a one-layer mask so the paint wouldn’t stain the lining. Paint mask before sewing to lining for multiple layers. Acrylic or fabric paints and paintbrushes. A photo of the lower face. Iron to heat-set your paint (If using acrylics). A phone, tablet or computer screen to display the photo of the face. Tracing paper or parchment paper. Tape. Measuring tape. A round surface to place under the mask as you paint. I used a round tailor’s ham, taped cotton balls into a nose shape, and covered it in a plastic bag. I pinned the mask onto it. Take a straight-on photo of the face you wish to replicate. Now, on the human model, use the measuring tape to ascertain the width of their nose. Next, measure the width and length of their mouth/smile. Finally, measure the width between the top of the mouth and the bottom of the nose. Open the photo of the face and zoom in/out until the dimensions match the real face measurements. Tape the tracing paper on the screen and outline the details with pencil. Cut out the nose and mouth paper pieces and pin/tape to the mask. It may be advisable to try the mask on the human model for accurate feature positioning. Trace the outlines and add the details. Then paint. I thinned my paint with some water to prevent cracking. Add various spots and dots on the skin for a pore-like effect. Let dry between layers. Dry fully and iron to heat-set if you’ve used acrylics. Behold your frightening creation. Paint time on 2nd attempt: 4hrs. 9X12 acrylic that I barely finished for greeting cards. Drawing time:? Paint time: 40hrs. And some gifts. Started them too late so they were kind of rushed. (The wallet was made from a 20+year old leather jacket and sewn on the Needle-Launching-Monster. It was weird making one without destroying the fingers while trying to badly hand sew the leather with an embroidery needle. XD The envelope bag was made from an upholstery swatch, and the tiny red dress was for Pops. Drafted the deer plushies to resemble some 2d painted leather ornaments made in times past.) And just a few old things turned into new stuffs. Yes, a mushroom hat. Because, why not? And the excessive amount of tailor's press tools made for couture sewing. I still don't get why they were named after meat products. Who looks at a ham or a sausage and is like "I can iron on that."? And hello from tiny rhino. (Carved and painted, before/after.) And hi from this lovely little slug who keeps breaking into our house. Also seems fun to sum up the past year, probably with poor writing and excess honest information. Because, why not abuse the free blog privileges? 2020 started with adopting a mutt puppy, a violent stray, who terrorized us in our home for 2 months. He currently resides in an enclosure we built outdoors, so things are peaceful and our little dogs are safe again. My brother graduated from college in February and moved relatively far away for work. The job became online-based one month later. Yay for Facetime. XD My dad lost his job during the shutdowns. He now works locally and lives at home (instead of airports/traveling/hotel living six days per week). He seems a lot happier now. My mom and I had to leave our church. ( Hint: It’s in a kind of bad area. Once a homeless dude was secretly living in the church gym and ordering pizzas, and nobody noticed for a surprisingly long time. XD) My joints are now musical and make me limp around occasionally. My face has become reddish and disproportionately swollen. My skin has become uncharacteristically yellowish. Some days it hurts too much to move/get off the couch. And other stuff. And now I take a multivitamin made for old people because it doesn’t contain iron. Conclusion: Seeing all the stuff about 2020 seniors made me see I was a senior citizen in 2020. Also learned I have a blood type that’s supposedly “impossible” based on my parents’ blood groups. So I was either accidentally switched at birth or some kind of gene mutation occurred. And recently had an entertaining toxic reaction to local dental anesthetic containing epinephrine. My legs started shaking and a minute later I started violently convulsing, gasping, my throat constricted, I collapsed and my face turned scarlet, all when they had the drill in my mouth. The hygienist initially thought I died and ran outside to get my mom. The chip filling immediately fell out and they had to redo it. I was in a lethargy state for 2 days after the shot...Then the filling came out one week later and they replaced it again. It was fine without the epinephrine, which is weird because it never caused bad reactions before this. I feel horrible for frightening them so…The best part: The filling just fell out again. *Facepalm* I’m keeping it this way for now, as it seems somewhat dangerous and highly embarrassing to have it repaired again. PIRATE STYLE. Very thankful for masks! We still aren’t fully sure what’s causing it all. We have suspicions, but apparently referrals take a long time. But when I have the energy, I’m free to do all the artstuffs and things. I am so thankful for my mom and it’s awesome to get to spend time with her, but I have guilt about being burdensome. :/ But one day, “The knowing will come”. Oooor hopefully, maybe, whatever it is will just go away on its own. It’s all good~ And miscellaneous good stuffs have happened too. I rediscovered LEGO and BZPower. So much nostalgia, I love that this old place still exists. Covid shutdowns didn’t affect my social life at all. I was pretty much a hermit before. XD I haven’t redeveloped any food allergies. The anaphylaxis was either idiopathic/a bi-product of other health problems. *happydance* Shutdowns are a new excuse for a creative renaissance. ARTSTUFFS. Online tutorial series, yay! 2020 was personally a tiny bit bad but mostly rad. Anyway, apologies to anyone who read through this rather prolix entry. May your 2021 be a great one!
  4. Recent chipmunk, 9X12 acrylic + pencil on watercolor paper. Drawing time: ? Painting time: 42 hours. The drawing was from last year and not heavily detailed (done with a flashlight during a road trip). Drawings from the past few months, 9x12s. I lacked access to a reference photo for one of them, so that accidentally resulted in a drawing of me as a mere primordial mush’. The last two are smaller, old/not very good (2018-2019, flashlight car art) ones with some newly added details. My dear, tolerant brother visited and confusedly agreed to be in a five minute forest photoshoot! Him: “I didn’t know what I was walking into. I still don’t.” Lantern: Was gifted to our great grandparents by a conductor after his train derailed and partially destroyed their yard. (It works, but fire is scary so the flame is tissue paper). Binoculars: From another grandfather. Brother’s costume: Russian hat: Our grandfather apparently fancied one after spotting it in a magazine. Coat: Too big, temporarily swiped from our dad, pinned to cover the Star Wars shirt underneath. Mine: Dress: Actually our great grandmother’s coat with an added belt. Cape: A tattered tablecloth secured with safety pins and a rubber band. Bear: Still frightens our mom. I regret not bringing string to make it look like it was climbing a tree. Merry times. Had a flowery stump funeral for a trio of poor fishies who had perished in a park, finally watched Rise of Skywalker, and maybe even put braids in his quarantine hair to prove it was possible. If life gives you straw flowers, why not wear them as straw hats? Noticed an abundance of teal things and decided to make an utter goof of myself by playing dress up with it all in the backyard. Swashbuckling sword: My dad’s. From 1913/WW1. Apparently sword length is based on one’s height? The sheath unceremoniously dragged the ground. Lantern: Possibly stolen from the garden. Dress: Made 3 years ago from my mom’s old bridesmaid gown + new lace. Gloves: Made from velveteen some years ago. Cape: Really just my grandmother’s coat with the sleeves pulled outside-in. Kakama: Pattern Random story because the content below will sound like the senseless babble that it is without it: -The Antics of Nannerpus- Once upon a time my brother and I saw a commercial starring a majestic Nannerpus and adored it more than we should have. Years later, my grandmother gifted me a massive amount of acrylic yellow felt. And later my mom gave me an old tan sheet. My x year old brain: *IDEA* Nannerpus then became our homeschool mascot. 2017: Took Nannerpus to the hospital with me, somehow got other patients to wear it. 2018: Discovered a compilation clip contest. Taped black plastic to the side of our house, asked my mom to shower balloons from an upper window, and a strange second of spinning Nannerpus ended up in that indie band’s video. 2021: My dad: Me: ??? *Assumes it’s a random joke because it wasn’t mentioned again* Four days later: My dad, 5:30 pm: “So, I need a Twinkie costume for work tomorrow (in 12 hours)...” "...Okay? Yeah? Sure?" ...Two hours later: (Temporarily stitched oversized additions to cover the mustache)....I’ve created a terrible monster...O_O Sewing pins have always looked like baby balloons to me. *Gets carried away by the concept like these cotton clouds literally did in the wind*
  5. “The Move” 18x24” 140lb watercolor paper. Drawn a long while ago with pencil, started the painting with acrylics in May, taking long breaks until around September, when mania began. Finished December 6th, 2021. Drawing time:? Painting time: About 280.7 hours/11.66 days. The longest time prior poured into a painting was 56 hours. Reference was my brother at a Chess tournament in December 2019. Wanted the board in the painting, so MS paint spliced this facepalming player’s board in, stolen from the same FB tournament album. Random coffee cup ref. from Google. I don’t know how to play Chess, once the thing was done, I showed my bro, and thankfully he said it wasn’t a losing position(?). Is it true? (photo) If life gives pain, why not turn it into a painting? Done in short burst style, about an hour at time at most. Much done while transient GI intussusceptions occur/resolve (the feel becomes familiar, the ER would be weary of seeing me, so I wait, wait, paint, paint..) Working those tiny details while gnashing gum has been a perfect pastime through the nights. And audiobooks, it never occurred to me that one could consume them while creating. Twirled through some Bionicle Adventures books and The Hiding Place by Corrie Ten Boom, my now-favorite book! First try at getting something scanned at Staples. I got it mildly stuck in the scanner, never having done this before, but all turned out well (Thanks, Mr. Moe!). First time using a USB. *fuuuture* The scan kind of bleached out the details, tried to edit but have no idea how. Hid my sig on the score sheet. The subject, who generously didn’t mind me neglecting a model consent form! Better figure out how to get a print made for him, as atonement. We cannot cope with shutter photos, so grainy ones from video. Faceless photo, maybe our awkward won’t show? He’s smart…and uh, I sort of try the art? But maybe we’re all mess-terpieces? Creating confessions: Only the second big drawing, 9x12s are my main. I only just realized I should wear my jackets/shirts inside out so it's harder to paintruin them. This is one of my first done mainly/partially in art acrylics. For years, I’d only used Plaid Apple Barrel craft paints (the allergies). I still like them for their smooth/thin finish, but some of the reds are dull. I had to fine-grit-paper sand some of the art acrylic rough spots down. Seemed barbarically effective, Quora said it was fine. I haven’t ever used a real palette before. I use plates covered in plastic wrap or parchment paper, with a cake cover lid to keep them fresh. Easy to clean up! It took me quite a while to learn to cover the portion of the painting that rested under my hand with a piece of paper (bye, smudgies!) The angles are off-especially on my brother’s face. Hopefully it matches his current features more so than the two-year-old photo? Never painted a relative before, dear bro, please forgive! How I time my projects: I wondered if I'd live to finish this. I am numb. (Like, brain-numb. Not physically numb, but that does happen to my limbs a lot now, haha.) Eeekyay! Little Po' in the window. Outfit might truly be a new knitted six-side star borrowed from my mom. What does one do for fun? Sometimes switching out mom's phone contacts to LEGO lookalikes. And seeing things are easily fairytales, if you please. And that life is just better with cookies. Wishing all an exuberant new year! (Also, thanks a million to BZP for putting up with me. I cannot express how much this place, and people have brightened a medically dark year!)
  6. My artwork on Instagram Welcome to the wasted world of Afterman! The lightning hits through the grim red sky and ignites a tool with its magical power. Now the lone green Evoid is adapted to this hostile area and prepared to face the destructive evil Cybots with his new power of creation. This truly heavy metal art of unknown apocaliptic world was made by the basic round brush and is inspired by the feelings of 90s and the rebel creativity of Christian Faber. Bioventure continues…
  7. WE GATHER HERE TO CELEBRATE THE BIRTHDATE OF @Bambi THE GREAT, WELL-KNOWN BZP-BLOGGER AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, MASTER PUMPKIN FARMER. Hope you have a brilliant day! Here’s a little Kopaka drawing for you, honestly drew it back in December but stashed it away for today! (Also, it was the first Bionicle drawing in years- sorry it is rough!)
  8. Anthro-Bionicle art can be divided into three "waves." The first wave, lasting from 2001 to 2003, was carried on by D'anda-inspired artists like ToA who built on set-style to give their characters more personality, adding pronounced facial details and realistic textures to create a less rigid alternative to the emotionless set-style art that was the only way anyone knew how to draw Bionicle characters. To compare Bionicle art to music, one could compare it to the pre-'50s blues that influenced the fifties rock artists. The second wave, lasting mainly from 2003 to 2005 was spearheaded by RZ, Razor and InnerRayg, who built on the first-wave style even further and merged the styles with the new phenomenon of movie-style, adding features like anime eyes, teeth and emphasis on the organic elements to create a style unlike any that had come before. Finally, the artists who popularized these styles after RZ's banishment and added even further details, clearing the path for Organic and HB artists and squabbling for the new RZ title. The royal queen of this movement? You guessed it. Nikira. Originally Nikira12, this Ohio-born artist began sketching rough drawings of Matoran in 2004 at the tender age of thirteen. These drawings were crude but were nonetheless like nobody had ever seen before. The incorporation of realism, anime and sci-fi comic art allowed Nikira to work in a style faithful to conventional set format but allowing for boundless experiments with emotion and posture. Nikira had a loyal cult following for a while, but it was not until her breathtaking perspective/shading experiment titled simply "Archive Scene" that she truly hit the Bionicle Art mainstream. The new Queen of Bionicle Art took the Bionicle art world by storm, entering the finals in every Art Contest she entered except one. She kept with the times, creating new designs for every new character that entered the storyline. At the beginning of 2005, she started working on HB, or Human Bionicle, art. While HB had emerged in the second wave and was popular already, it was dismissed only as a fad until Nikira drew hers. Along with Brave-Dragon (who will be nominated for February's Artist of the Month prize), she helped Human Bionicle become one of BZP's most popular art styles. After showing her darker side in 2006, Nikira began to slow down. She started focusing more on extracurricular, non-Bionicle projects, mainly focusing on Ninja Turtles. When she did produce a piece, however, it was showered with praise, especially in the case of 2007's very dark Rain of Flame, which won her first AC. She also spent much time on BZP projects such as her staff duties, her critically acclaimed blog and her relationship with BZP senior staffie Smeagol4. She is still one of the most influential Bionicle artists of all time and unquestionably one of the best.
  9. After participation in a few TTV Canonization Contests (Helryx; Artakha) decided to improve my colorization skills, cause it's still new for me. Actually original line art was made back in 2018. Special for my mate Krakuva from Rusbionicle.
  10. It appears as though it’s maybe time to resume aimlessly cluttering the region with creations... 4x5.75” Beta fish, acrylic on watercolor paper, done for greeting cards. Brain: A small painting will be faster....Reality: Spends 22 hours gleefully obsessing over the details. And a few somewhat recent 9x12 pencil drawings that I remembered to scan but forgot to watermark...oh well... (French seams) Went to Walmart to buy a shirt...then realized the 3yrd. indigo fabric roll was cheaper and could make a spiral ruffle skirt also. And some old things—> New things. Print pajama pants = new shirt and mesh lace scraps + Rolled hem presser foot = scarf. A simple fleece lined hat from tee shirt, made to complete an outfit. My dad is now happily living as a human bottle of Sriracha... . Noticed that the giant bag of my family’s semi-destroyed jeans was nearly overflowing. ‘Twas a nice excuse for a little challenge + drafting a new pattern. Used the inner side of the denim to avoid stains, cut strips around the holes and alternated the light and dark denim panels. Interfaced and stuff. First try at a method of construction that replaces zippers with button pockets. I am baffled as to why I had "coat of arms of New Jersey" buttons, but yay, they were the right size. (Why does the dress form look so weird? Because it’s made of a chopped up wooden hanger, a tennis ball, drop cloths, wood glue, stuffing, a copper pipe, and a punching bag stand. Very professional. XD ) Finally drafted some patterns for these dolls. Hopefully will be able to get back to actual worksewing soon... (The mischievous Muscovies had a glorious time trying to photobomb these..) Things for the Child. (Is it wrong to have a Child without watching the show?) Snap-on hair bows and test subject dresses, made from old dyed sheets/pillowcases. The sleeve cap shape was shamefully off on these, redrafted the pattern with paper towels later. Window Child backpack, made from a drop cloth, leather, foam, clear fabric, and metallic faux leather. Partially sewn with the Needle-Launching-Monster. Messed up the window a little with the wrinkles. Only realized it looked like a portable clothes dryer afterwards...It’s ridiculously wide, but had to be to accommodate his ears. XD I can not contain my joy over the fact that alien dolls aren’t that peculiar anymore. I used to drag my beloved Figrin D’an, Admiral Ackbar and Greedo dolls around everywhere. The tragically disproportionate outcome of trying to make a Child cake topper out of peanut butter + powdered sugar at 3 am: : Just beaded masks. And daisy flower crown from a while ago. Green base band is from elastic strips covered in velvet, “woven” and sewn together. Daisies made by shaping wet leather and centers made from stamping and painting. Do you ever just go outside for a fast photo then somehow end up frolicking into the welcoming woods for the next hour? (Dress made a few years ago, not remotely recent.) (Not pictured: Very awkwardly trying to hide from passing neighbors, trying to hide the camera remote, laser level tripod, many NSAIDs, dark underlying fear of tick bites. ) “There’s nothing wrong with having a tree as a friend.” -Bob Ross ...Or maybe even a tree frog.? May spring bring you as much happiness as this daffodil brought Pops~
  11. She's small. That would be all. :3
  12. I've been making some art pieces based on some events inthe Six Kingdoms: Resurgence (I mean Rebirth... heheh) RPG. So I thought I'd share some of them here so y'all can see what I've been up to, and maybe even offer some critique of my work! I'll update this as I make more. 1. The surprisingly wholesome polycule comprised of my character Keitara, @Keeper of Kraata's toa of twilight Skorm, and @Conway's bigge stronk zyglak warrior Irna. Just imagine there's a couch there... Irna and Skorm's designs were based on @Onaku's frankly superb art! 2. A very rough WIP of Kei as a matoran. She rebuilt herself, you know! I bet she'd be totally jazzed if you complemented her on it! 3. Sad daughter is sad. Kei as she currently appears in the story. I altered her colour scheme a bit to signify that she's changed quite a bit throughout the campaign.
  13. My reinterpretation of the Kraahkan.
  14. Hello everyone! I guess I'll be the one to kick off the revival of the General Art forum To celebrate the return of BZPower's forums and show my appreciation for the man at the helm, I've decided to draw something! (It's a thumbnail. Click it for the whole picture!) Thanks Andrew, for keeping Hapori's ol' gears turning all these years. I would've never expected BZP to still be running after all this time, hats off to you and the rest of the staff for keeping things going for so long! (Credit goes to Schizo Kaita for several elements of B6's design, namingly the head, hands, and color palette. Unfortunately I couldn't find the full picture B6 got his avvie from, so I worked with what I had ) Full Resolution of the Image can be found Here. --Akaku: Master of Flight
  15. Was inspired by Akaku: Master of Flight (how everyone does this fancy tagging, I have no idea :/ ) to make a timeline of my character over the years. So I did that. [regular link, until I figure out how to link thumbnails ^^] (~800kB) I couldn't find anything for 2011, so either I really didn't draw her in that year or I lost the scanned files. Don't feel like digging through my myriad or sketchbooks though, so I'll leave it blank for now. I know that especially around 2008-2009 there are tons of different design ideas I tried out, but I picked the ones that stuck for this timeline. IMO you can only see that my style varied wildly after 2011 while still staying the same somehow? Idk I'm always underwhelmed by the "progress" visible in these timelines, but they're fun to put together (also what the karz this character is 11 years old. time flies~)
  16. These are some of the masks that I have just model for my clients. The 3D Forge - Shapeways Mask of Speed Mask of Convergence
  17. SPACE WHALE Art I made in 4 hours on August 24th. Inspired by an imaginative vision I had while listening to the Gojira album From Mars to Sirius. Art is two fold, just like the song Flying Whales, both incorporating it's fantasy subject of primordial-alien-space-whale-beings descending onto a partially terraformed Mars and teaching a man to fly and taking him to a planet in the Sirius system, as well as the other side of all of Earth's surface being underwater and the whales swimming above the ruins and it appearing that the whales are flying in the sky. Sorry about the camera quality, it looks so much better IRL. I was going to post a drawing before this, but I decided against uploading it here due to it's topic. You can see it here.
  18. I got my first drawing tablet today so I took the afternoon to whip up this Shadow Toa merged with a Kraata in Gimp. Enjoy the hastily written backstory! “My name is Kraata, for whatever I was before was sucked away with the light. Once I could’ve been called Toa, I even made my image after The Great Toa of Fire. Make no mistake when you see me however, my body was changed. I was manipulated, twisted, and crafted by the mad darkness. Even beings of shadow saw me as a , a mindless monster possessing the mutated body of a toa. For a time I even was. “When the voice is cut and comes out as nothing more than a scream, the mind takes after. Time did not heal me, however it did reclaim me. Eventually my mind and my impulses divided. There are toa, and there are Rakhshi. I am the product of the slug and stoic forced together. The others like me never live long enough to negotiate an existence other than madness. The screeching in your head, the shadow in your veins, it makes you desperate. Not like Rahkshi; Rahkshi are complicit, obedient by design. I answered because the Makuta were something to hold onto. Maybe a promise, a semblance of order. When they pointed, I went, because suffering is irrational and picks no favorites. “Names are like moments in time, titles too. They don’t apply to me anymore, at least not the ones I used to have. If not by choice, then by reality. Now my name is something real, a concept, an object, a creature, because ideas are consistent. Individuals and being perish and transform with time. Sanity, like madness, is not something you can fight. It is a fact of your being, and few get the chance to go through the many turns of time’s wheel. The facts of my body hold true, but when the force of the calamity begins to pass, will can wash back over, and grit has become the essence of my being. “Why, like most questions is deceitful. I do not exist for revenge. Purpose and destiny were drained out of me long ago. When those are taken, one is presented with the only true choice in all of existence—the choice beyond all predjudice and preconception—the choice to continue to try and exist. I am alive because I was strong enough to be, and whatever truths may come from here are postulations to a theory so whole that its roundness cuts like a claw. “My name is Kraata, for I was submerged in darkness and learned truth. Do not mistake it for a revelation or a message from some higher power, for those betray the faithful like death betrays all bonds. I was a toa who died for nothing, a creature corrupted for Nothing, and a monster who killed for nothing. But now, I fight for life itself. …” C&C welcome and appreciated!
  19. nother boinkel. why not (click for full) onua my dirt man just doin a dirtquake. or lava... or somethin. lazy background. is it just me or was earth poorly defined vs stone? anyway not sure if we can link youtube videos here, just remove this if it's not allowed. here's a timelapse of creating the picture though. total time was about 30 mins
  20. ahh. hey bzp still exists. neato drew my annual boinkkle cause you know. its required. iron toa dude. could be stone i guess but you never see iron guys. some of the other pieces i posted here are all digital but this one is pencil scanned in and colored digitally. hour or two maybe i forget. has a kakama cause the kakama was the best mask and if you disagree you're objectively wrong sorry yea
  21. So I'm making a game in the MNOG style and need people to make backgrounds for me because I stink at making backgrounds in that style, I know what I want for each background and have made rough drafts for each location with Lego Digital Designer and just need someone to make them in the style and I will leave remarks as to what I'm looking for with each one (like the style of architecture I'm looking for) , anyone interested please keep in mind that I will credit you for helping with this game. Also, if you're interested, let me know.
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