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Mysterion Object 195
"There's something behind me, isn't there?"
About this creation


Object 195 might be the most mysterious of them all. It was spotted shortly after 194, but records show it could have been encountered as early as the 1700's, which might explain it's unusual frame. There seems to be two BOATS, wooden boats, jammed into the frame. A treasure chest has molded itself to the side, and crates make up the tail fins. The weapons(?) are located in the fork, like the mechanics of 193 and 194. The colors, however are much more bold, as far as contrast. It should be noted that 193-195 all have black stripes...

These photos were posted in the order that we've aquired them. The first photo above shows the object hovering behind a human. One shows an unusual comparison. The photos were at random, and we realize that the shots of the ship are mingled with shots of the first encounter.















After some advice, I dug deeper into my collection to make a bold color scheme. Brown and white are the most dominant parts at a certain point in my collection. I hope it pleases you to know that I at least gave it a good shot with my limited color spectrum.

I tried to revolve this one around a sub theme. It quickly became wooden, due to the barrels. I wanted to use the boats to make it stand out among the rest.

These photos were taken indoors. The wind outside would have picked it up and launched it as far as St. Louis!

This will be the last mysterion I mold around a Vic Viper shape. I'm going to have to come up with something else for the next three.

Thanks for looking. It only uses two colors on the body, so I might be in the clear on this one.



Comments

 I like it 
  May 10, 2009
It's a pirate Mysterion, a Piraterion!
 I like it 
  March 4, 2009
Your Best Mysterion, the use of the boats hulls is amazing and the whole thing rocks !!!
 I like it 
  March 4, 2009
Very interesting parts usage and color scheme.
 I made it 
  March 3, 2009
Quoting Makuta Bane . Dang! I've got a mysterion in the works that is fits the VV profile exactly! Man, now I'm not the first... Oh, well. Very nice. I love the parts usage (boats). It looks red in the pics. I would use a white towel next time...
The photos will actually be updated with some outside shots I'm planning to take on Friday. I prefer outside shots due to the natural setting and the lighting. Thanks for the advice. I'll be sure to rip the sheet off my bed next time. I can't wait to see what you've built.
 I like it 
  March 3, 2009
Dang! I've got a mysterion in the works that is fits the VV profile exactly! Man, now I'm not the first... Oh, well. Very nice. I love the parts usage (boats). It looks red in the pics. I would use a white towel next time...
 
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