HordikaMode Posted February 19, 2013 Share Posted February 19, 2013 (edited) It's been a while. I haven't posted in quite a long time, but I wouldn't miss a contest.I finished this just last night.I heard late that there was a BBCC going on, and feared I had missed it, but luckily the deadline was extended. So I had eight hours to build a decent animalistic warrior, or five, because sleep.I found that rushing and haste hinder creativity, and I ended up with something... unsatisfactory. This That isn't my entry. This is my entry; Don Toise, lieutenant of some army somewhere.The entire building process was chaotic and confusing. I found a couple of unfinished projects and smashed them together.Pieces went everywhere, and while picking them up, I decided to take a different unfinished MOC and upgrade him with the parts of the... dismantled ones. BUILDING PROCESS-I started with a plain Makuta skeleton. The shoulders extended up and over, where dozens of tiny connectors held it together. He was equipped with two layers of plated cladding on his upper body. The plain shielded arms were stuck in there to help the shelled look. The legs were originally very short and sturdy, but to make it more animalistic, an extra part was added to each side along with extra cladding. The head is very awkward and large, with random tusks with no visible mouth. The other two white spikes gave a mustachioed illusion in the prototyping stage. This has since deteriorated into a weird mask covering his lower face. - He doesn't have much of a story, really. All that is known is that his jaw was injured in battle, so he wears... that white junk with the silver thing sticking out of the bottom.His name was inspired by Donatello of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (the old version) and Blastoise from the Pokemon games. His title was chosen because he looked like some kind of biomechanical military dude. General Don Toise didn't give off the same feel as Lieutenant , so the latter was chosen. I'll bet you can't guess what animal he is. ^Click the picture for the gallery (when public)^ Comments and constructive criticism appreciated!Thanks! Edited February 19, 2013 by Poutwuw Toa of Diversity Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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