I'm liking your take on smaller csek. It makes them look weaker, but it also adds to the feel of a swarm of them. The pose of the one attacking through the glass is pretty cool, too. And I like the hidden (trap?) door on top of the base. Just realized it was there. Anyways, great job! Keep it up!
I love the poem! Did you write that yourself? The concept is great(if a bit cliche)--the unstoppable technologically-advanced robots attack, not even the military can stop them, and nowhere is safe! At least, that's the impression I got. Love the detail!
In regards to instructions...
My Csek here are pretty simple, I think the pictures available give you enough views to put them together. If you still can't figure them out you're more then welcome to create you own and show them off :)
thanks for the comments!
This is a combination of so many cool things, like landscape, setup, the explosion (one of the best I've ever seen) and other things. The Csek remind me of raptors: fast, strong and deadly. Great work!
March 12, 2011
I like it
March 12, 2011
Great! First visitor, first comment. It sort of, not really, looks like mine. But better. Love the splendid details. Keep on coming, and yes, rise up Dawn Forge!
Its pretty amazing how uniquely expressive each of the robots have even though they are all the same build. The explosion, rocket, and sword going through the wall are spectacular. And the word wielding isn't bad either, great moc!
I don't think any Dawn Forge scene will ever match Zero Hour or Nineteen Seconds (should the next one be Thirty-Eight Minutes?), but this is definitely one of the best Dawn Forge scenes I've seen that didn't have Brain Kescenovitz himself directly involved in constructing it. I like the launching effect on the rocket launcher... simple, yet quite effective.
This is a fantastic alien-machine-invasion-type build. I've heard of these "Csek" before, but didn't Mondaynoodle come up with them?
Nah.. doesn't matter. The carnage that is ensuing reminds of dead space.
Congrats on a great Moc. Your ability to put rhyme and pictures together is amazing. The detail in this Moc is impressive, and I especially like the base (I'm guessing that it's a military one). Keep it up.