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Giant Hexapus
Hexapus Giganticus. The Giant Hexapus. This is my entry for the 2 Phase contest at Bionicle: A New Beginning Group
About this creation
Hexapus Giganticus. The Giant Hexapus. One of the many deep sea creatures to be found on Aqua Magna, feared by many, even worshipped by certain water tribes. This particular cephalopod measures approximately 380 ft (115.8m) in length from the tip of the head to the longest tentacle.



A front view detailing the hexapus's reach and flexiblity with it's tentacles.



A side view showing various points along it's body that is covered in lightweight, yet strong protodermis.



A close up of the head details, showing spined fins, spikes and various sharp adornments over the head, giving the notion that the hexapus could use itself as a high speed battering ram. The ominous glowing eyes are capable of 170 degree vision on either side, with a blind spot along it's dorsal section.



The tentacles themselves, 2 pairs with razor sharp protodermis hardened blades and a pair with small pincer like appendages which most among the scientific community consider are used for grasping at prey, as the flexibility in the tips of the tentacles had lost in favour of more solid means of defense against other deep sea creatures.



An unfortunate Human diver has been snared during this photoshoot! Looks like it's feeding time...



Om nom nom. The mouth of the beast, a large beak like apparatus used for cracking open larger shelled creatures, the diver's equipment is easily cleft and consumed. Burp!



Bye bye!

Tethys, Toa of Fresh Water is his owner.
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Creators comments:

Alright, I only just remembered that this was on a few days ago, so I made this. I wanted to try out Harvey Cu's eye design on something and this had a big enough head on it to give it a go.

Wish I had more blue parts to put on more legs, but I think it was becoming a little too heavy for the fragile stand I made for it to stand on. And more spikes, definitely more spikes.



Comments

 I like it 
  June 13, 2010
Very original and well built,great job!
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  June 11, 2010
Awesome. Very good from part use to colour (color?) balance.
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  June 10, 2010
I really like the shot with the Atlantis guy :)
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  June 9, 2010
Awesome job it's really cool and good luck in round 2
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  June 8, 2010
I really like the head design. Best of luck! - Hector
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  June 6, 2010
awesome! hope you win in your contest! cause if you do, you'll have to make a toa for this monster.
 I like it 
  June 6, 2010
well, guess I lost good luck.
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  June 6, 2010
Really cool, love the head
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  June 6, 2010
Brilliant ^^ Octopuses are one of my favourite beasties ever.
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  June 6, 2010
Nice. However the name creeped me put a little... But now that I've seen it it looks great.
 I like it 
  June 5, 2010
That's a very cool creature (I guess we would call it a Rahi?)! I wonder how hard it was to get a Bionicle head shape that resembles an actual squid or octopus that much.
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  June 5, 2010
very nice rahi creation. Love the head design.
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  June 5, 2010
really amazing,look super realistic ,good details and good pose
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  June 5, 2010
:D I like.
 
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