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Post by Justin Pyne on Tue Apr 12, 2011 3:41 am

Yes, I do build Bionicle as well. Or at least I used to. While power was down for several hours, I had nothing to do but build. I had gotten sick of building clone wars for a while, and had found my bin of old Bionicle sets lying in my closet along with a rather crude WIP which had been sitting around for months. The best I could do was finish it, as there wasn't much else to do. Anyway, I do realize that this would be best if it were posted on BZPower, but I might as well post it here as well. A shrine of my Bionicle years. Sad



Also, this was meant to be an 'umphed' version of Lehvak Va, which I believe was my first Bionicle set.
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Post by pyro of the 19th on Tue Apr 12, 2011 8:28 pm

Not bad at all! Smile Better than the trash I produce. Embarassed
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Post by Justin Pyne on Thu Apr 14, 2011 1:19 am

pyro of the 19th wrote:Not bad at all! Smile Better than the trash I produce. Embarassed

Nothing LEGO is trash as long as you keep working at it. I had this thing lying around for months until I found the will to finish it.

Directing all your attention to one project for about two or three hours really gets you far. Wink
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Post by C.J.Cutrone9 on Thu Apr 14, 2011 1:59 am

Justin Pyne wrote:
pyro of the 19th wrote:Not bad at all! Smile Better than the trash I produce. Embarassed

Nothing LEGO is trash as long as you keep working at it. I had this thing lying around for months until I found the will to finish it.

Directing all your attention to one project for about two or three hours really gets you far. Wink

I second that. When you have three or four projects going on at once it is hard to make a good MOC. For one you don't have all your pieces at easy access. Two you can't focus on just one. Once I realized that I achieved a new level of building. But on the topic of Justin's build. I mean. Anything he makes is awsome. And when you make something like this. With a theme not many people use/do. It makes it all the more cooler. The color scheme is what hits it for me. Mabye it is because I like green too much.
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Post by pyro of the 19th on Thu Apr 14, 2011 11:33 am

cjcutrone9 wrote:
Justin Pyne wrote:
pyro of the 19th wrote:Not bad at all! Smile Better than the trash I produce. Embarassed

Nothing LEGO is trash as long as you keep working at it. I had this thing lying around for months until I found the will to finish it.

Directing all your attention to one project for about two or three hours really gets you far. Wink

I second that. When you have three or four projects going on at once it is hard to make a good MOC. For one you don't have all your pieces at easy access. Two you can't focus on just one. Once I realized that I achieved a new level of building. But on the topic of Justin's build. I mean. Anything he makes is awsome. And when you make something like this. With a theme not many people use/do. It makes it all the more cooler. The color scheme is what hits it for me. Mabye it is because I like green too much.

Thanks guys, I think my best MOC to date was the one I spent the most care and time with. Smile
Anyway lets get back on topic!
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Post by copperbricks on Fri Apr 15, 2011 2:29 am

cjcutrone9 wrote:
Justin Pyne wrote:
pyro of the 19th wrote:Not bad at all! Smile Better than the trash I produce. Embarassed

Nothing LEGO is trash as long as you keep working at it. I had this thing lying around for months until I found the will to finish it.

Directing all your attention to one project for about two or three hours really gets you far. Wink

I second that. When you have three or four projects going on at once it is hard to make a good MOC. For one you don't have all your pieces at easy access. Two you can't focus on just one. Once I realized that I achieved a new level of building. But on the topic of Justin's build. I mean. Anything he makes is awsome. And when you make something like this. With a theme not many people use/do. It makes it all the more cooler. The color scheme is what hits it for me. Mabye it is because I like green too much.
Very nice moc.
I like to have two projects or more going at once, as it allows me to switch if I get stuck, which let's me build a lot.
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