A Radioactive super-hero, Fuzz-E keeps a protective armour suit over his body.
About this creation
So yeah. I've been working on this guy for about a week, and I think he turned out quite well. Why is he called Fuzz-E you ask? While fighting crime with his super strength and stuff, his radioactivness started making the TV screens around him go static. A little girl giggled and proclaimed, "you're making everything Fuzzy!" The name stuck, for some reason.
Fuzz-E's body is completely see through like his head. Why doesn't he wear a helmet? Because he needs to vent his, um, radioactiviness,lol. And its cheaper than to have vents on his back.
As always, waist articulation is a win, black and silver are infallible, and having a gun fused to your arm makes you a way cool role model. The story is funny and provides an entertaining if somewhat lame reason for the build; blue pins for once don't clash with any other colors; and you have some excellent resolution pictures. Even though I liked it on Xara, the waist seems a bit too thin at the joint for a male character (especially if he's in armor) and there's a noticeable gap in between the foot armor. Overall though, I like the moc, and, for what it's worth, Fuzz-E was the main inspiration for one of my upcoming mocs. Awesome!
Quoting Fuzz-E (Ryan Z.)
Custom, as in using little pieces to create larger parts, instead of the usual inika shins and the like.
Oh... yeah, I tried to do that several times, but I was never satisfied with my results. Whenever I find a cool design, it's not sturdy enough to endure active playing, which for me is essential in a build (not that I play with my MOCs "crash-boom-bang", but I like to know that I could if I wanted to).
Smooth execution, man -this Bionicle has a very clean feel. The upper body might have seemed a bit spare were it not for the counter-balancing effect of the chunkier legs with their subtly understated "sub-greebling" going on. Classic. -Huss Q.