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The Fantastic Steam Spider
For the 2010 mech contest, in the category of steampunk. After seeing Moodswim's steampunk entry i knew i had to step it up a notch. It's his first steampunk moc and he's already making me look bad :) Take a look at it if you haven't seen it (link below). Anyway, i've been extremely busy with work lately so this just might be my last entry (Okay you can stop celebrating now). Enjoy!
About this creation
Moodswim's steampunk AT-ST: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/198750


Here is the head of the machine. This is where Professor Ludicrous controls it.


And this is the brilliant Professor Ludicrous!


Side.


The side of the head. You wanted more greebles, you got more greebles!


The side of the body. Again, lots of greebly goodness that is almost on the edge of being messy!


The boiler and smoke stacks.


One of the front legs.



And the back legs. They unfortunately cannot hold up the immense greeblage known as the body, so i was forced to use a stand to hold it up. The front legs do work though.


Back.


The other side.


close up of the greebles on this side.


back.


inside of the back legs.


front.


two guns can rotate up and down to take out land or air based targets.


Overhead. This thing is a bit too big for my photography setup, so please excuse the tripod legs.



Comments

 I like it 
  November 20, 2010
its great. kinda looks like the giant tank spider thing from the wild wild west
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  August 26, 2010
I think you've got the artist formerly known as Moodswim beat... your greebling work is amazing.
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  July 8, 2010
that is the most awesome thing ive seen evar
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  July 8, 2010
that is the most awesome thing ive seen evar
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  May 28, 2010
Whoa. my mouth was open all the way down the page!!! i am very into the steampunk style and that has to be the best one i have ever seen ever!!!!! Amazing work!!!
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  May 5, 2010
You are the absolute MASTER of greebles..Seriously, the way you do it just blows my mind. I really like the legs, creative shape and proportions, you have some of the best steampunk creations out there, I mean it.
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  May 1, 2010
0-0 dude that = awsome where can I get the instructions for that
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  May 1, 2010
0-0 dude that = awsome where can I get the instructions for that
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  April 30, 2010
Man, a new category for the MOCie awards should be announced only for you, the greeble-master! I've never seen so much pooled greebling on a Lego creation. You've really stepped it up a notch, amazing work!
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  April 29, 2010
I didn't think the greebling seemed to be extraneous, and although I would dock a point for the fact that it can't support itself, the immense amount of detail here makes up for that. 5 points.
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  April 28, 2010
Super greebly, super awesome, super firepower, the whole thing is amazing!
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  April 28, 2010
Can we have more greebles? (reminiscent of the SNL skit "Behind The Music: Blue Oyster Cult", i.e., "more cowbells" http://snltranscripts.jt.org/99/99pcowbell.phtml) LOL! It looks like the stand is stuck up its a--... nevermind ... Another fantastic build! The greeblies is a nice feast for the eyes! I do not find it distracting at all. If anything, it give a good texture to the 'skin' of the mech! Great build!
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  April 28, 2010
it'a juat too good to let the fact that it cant stand without a support affect my score. 5 PTS.
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  April 28, 2010
Spam aside, this is really awesome, though I'm not really a fan of supports when they can be avoided...
  April 28, 2010
nice details!its cool!
  April 27, 2010
nice details!its cool!
  April 27, 2010
nice details!its cool!
  April 27, 2010
nice details!its cool!
  April 27, 2010
nice details!its cool!
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  April 26, 2010
This is an excellent build Jason, but I definitely think it's over greebled. Not that I could do a better job mind you, but it just seems to distract from the overall shape.
  April 26, 2010
A bit over greebled for my taste, and the fact it is missing legs and can not stand up on its own hurt your score. However, the sheer effort of the build and the fact that it looks exactly like what a steampunk machine should look like helped you. Final score = 4 points.
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  April 26, 2010
Nice Jason! I love your steampunk!
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  April 26, 2010
you greebled the steam-powered skat outta this! Dangerously close to being messy, but still retaining some elegance. Nice work.
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  April 26, 2010
Da greebles make it look messy... but chaotic messes are a good thing! :D :P Nice job, but you must have flunked natural sciences or someting -- spiders have 8 legs FYI.
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  April 26, 2010
AWESOME! I don't know how peoples done so much greebles. It's awesome.
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  April 26, 2010
Wow that is alot of grebling 0_o this isnt a spider, spiders have 8 legs, this has 4 :o
jason corlett
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High Fleet Warlord Flashfrost ( formerly Superior Admiral Flashfrost )
  April 25, 2010
Unbelievable! Can one have just so much greebling?
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  April 25, 2010
Such an exotic and very detailed creation that should merit some steampunk award. Congrats.
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  April 25, 2010
One of the best Steampunk models I've seen! I'm a huge fan of the genre, but there's just not enough Lego Steampunk. Maybe this will change that!
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  April 25, 2010
I think you may have outdone yourself this time, Jason. The MOC itself is incredible, insanely so. The time and effort, not to mention the coordination, it must have taken to build all those greebles is astounding. But I think this is too much. The greebles are just so overwhelming that it doesn't really retain its aesthetic appeal. That said, I love the concept and the actual build, just lighten up on the greebles next time. 4/5. Keep on brickin'!
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  April 25, 2010
It's both beautiful and frightening- very spiderlike! I would have loved to see 8 legs on it. So you know, I replied to your comment on my Transformer, telling everyone the busyness you apply to all your projects (like this one!) has inspired me to do even more on mine, so, thanks.
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  April 25, 2010
It's...it's...it's.... :-D !!!!! Will you stop one day ??!!!!
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  April 25, 2010
SPEECHLESS!!!
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  April 25, 2010
Score of five. even though you have to use a stand this still Made my day.
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  April 25, 2010
amazing
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  April 25, 2010
Hey, thanks for the mention! I'm glad I could inspire you to "step it up a notch". And you certainly did! My mouth is watering looking at all the greebly goodness:)
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  April 25, 2010
Fantastic!
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  April 25, 2010
Good work, but yeah, the side has too much greebly goodness on it! Otherwise, this is an immense design, with a lot of work obviously put in. Even thought the sides were a bit messy, 5/5!
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  April 25, 2010
tighttttt, reminds me of the thing off that movie wild wild west, that will smith movie
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  April 25, 2010
very greebly and this thing is too amazing...
  April 25, 2010
very greebly and this thing is too amazing...
  April 25, 2010
This is probably your best steampunk yet! There are SO MANY GREEBLES! Excellent work!
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  April 25, 2010
Good greebly jeebies...
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  April 25, 2010
Spiders have 8 legs...but still this is pure awesomeness.
 
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