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Lord Oblivion
Posted: Apr 13 2012, 10:04 AM



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For my match with Felix. The theme was to build a mech/robot.


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kitsunenomen
Posted: Apr 13 2012, 12:58 PM


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I appreciate this pelvis.


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[Dablackcat]
Posted: Apr 14 2012, 12:12 PM



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I don't think the tires look good on the ankles and another pair of canons on the other shoulder would have been nice for symmetry's sake.

Good integration of the hero factory parts, it really makes for a smooth flow throughout the model (how stable is this?).

Anyway, this is a pretty strong first entry, can't wait to see Felix's response.


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Smeagol4
Posted: Apr 14 2012, 3:16 PM


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This shows a really good mix of pieces from all across the chronological spectrum, and I dig that. Everything blends really seamlessly in this MOC. Props.


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Lord Oblivion
Posted: Apr 15 2012, 11:33 AM



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QUOTE (kitsunenomen @ Apr 13 2012, 12:58 PM)
I appreciate this pelvis.

Thanks Kits.

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I don't think the tires look good on the ankles and another pair of canons on the other shoulder would have been nice for symmetry's sake.

Good integration of the hero factory parts, it really makes for a smooth flow throughout the model (how stable is this?).

Anyway, this is a pretty strong first entry, can't wait to see Felix's response.


If you're referring to the tires behind the HF armor (and under the socket joint) Then I agree that it's not great, but it was the best option that wouldn't result in the angles looking blocky. The funny thing is, I added only one cannon so that it wouldn't be perfectly symmetrical. I just felt that a second shoulder cannon would be too much.

Thanks. It is actually pretty stable, since I have the feet slightly leaning back, so that the connector behind the wheels can touch the ground. And the balljoint + socket connection on the waist is firm enough so that the body doesn't swing freely.

Same here, the WIP looks somewhat promising.

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This shows a really good mix of pieces from all across the chronological spectrum, and I dig that. Everything blends really seamlessly in this MOC. Props.

Thanks Smeag, glad you like it.


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[Dablackcat]
Posted: Apr 15 2012, 2:30 PM



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If you're referring to the tires behind the HF armor (and under the socket joint) Then I agree that it's not great, but it was the best option that wouldn't result in the angles looking blocky.


I'm not talking about the tires on the tarsals, but on it's ankles.

I'll put a note on flickr. It's not a biggie just a peeve.

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