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This is my entry GLaDOS(portal 2)found a portal for the 2011 Bio-cup Elimantors round, Category: "Behold the Power!" it was very fun making this moc i hope you like it. glados is an A.I (artificial inteligence) created by a company named apituer science innovators who became obsessed with testing and killed the members of this company with nerotoxin than pretty much enslaved humaity and forsed humans to be test subjects till death. she prettymuch has power over humanity...
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this moc is on the larger side



you can put the portal back in if you remove it





the pannels slide together like in portal






















Comments

 I made it 
  December 18, 2011
Quoting Toa Merix King of Blood this is amazing i love the portal games and i even tried to make a GLaDOS but it sucked this is truly amazing it even has panels!! u would do humanity a favor if you kept up the good work :D 17.5/10
thanks
  August 30, 2011
this is amazing i love the portal games and i even tried to make a GLaDOS but it sucked this is truly amazing it even has panels!! u would do humanity a favor if you kept up the good work :D 17.5/10
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Kai Heffernan
  July 20, 2011
Unfortunately I am not familiar with the Portal game/s and, like many other judges, am not sure what I am meant to be looking for, even after looking at GLaDOS on Google. But I must say, your moc does look like the said character and has a pretty interesting build. I'm sure if I had played the game your score would be higher. 5/10.
 I like it 
  July 19, 2011
Nice. Story is not very accurate(she didn`t slaved humanity, only too over the lab, its all destroyed in the second game cos` she was inactive, and no one was taking care of the lab), but it doesn`t matter to judge it. MOC is well done, but may nto appeal to the people who are not familiar with the game. All-in-all, 6/10
 I like it 
  July 19, 2011
Portal 2 FTW!
 I like it 
  July 18, 2011
Nice take on the theme!Though I am familiar with the games,I never really played any of them and I'm not aware of their story,but this is very cool,I really understand the whole concept behind it.I also like how all the tubes come and go on it,well done!Your score:7/10
 I like it 
  July 18, 2011
This is good! You should enter this in the GLaDOS contest in the Aperture Science Enrichment Center group: http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/16601
 I made it 
  July 18, 2011
Quoting Harvey Cu Okay. Ive checked out some real images of Glados to see how you have made it to look like the original version. First of all, I think using Lego system parts would have been more suitable to make Glados instead of bionicle parts as you can likewise design the futuristic background as well instead of just cutting holes in a box and just sticking the pieces to it. Secondly, as a non player of "portal" as most judges probably are not as well, its difficult for us to associate that it looks powerful as in the Portal game. We only look at the technical build, presentation and most important if the build conveys power. From what I am observing, I am just seeing just a cool robotic arm(or an unfinished bionicle moc if I were to observe in another angle) that seem to lack articulation and "powerful" look that you said it has. The white portal you said it creates looks to me like just an ordinary window. In any way, I still need to score your creation. 4/10
thanks for the advice. i made her bionicle because 1 it presents more of a challenge 2 i made it for this contest
 I made it 
  July 18, 2011
Quoting Harvey Cu Okay. Ive checked out some real images of Glados to see how you have made it to look like the original version. First of all, I think using Lego system parts would have been more suitable to make Glados instead of bionicle parts as you can likewise design the futuristic background as well instead of just cutting holes in a box and just sticking the pieces to it. Secondly, as a non player of "portal" as most judges probably are not as well, its difficult for us to associate that it looks powerful as in the Portal game. We only look at the technical build, presentation and most important if the build conveys power. From what I am observing, I am just seeing just a cool robotic arm(or an unfinished bionicle moc if I were to observe in another angle) that seem to lack articulation and "powerful" look that you said it has. The white portal you said it creates looks to me like just an ordinary window. In any way, I still need to score your creation. 4/10
ill ad a photo of a mini figure next to her and youll see how powerful looking it can be
 I like it 
  July 17, 2011
Okay. Ive checked out some real images of Glados to see how you have made it to look like the original version. First of all, I think using Lego system parts would have been more suitable to make Glados instead of bionicle parts as you can likewise design the futuristic background as well instead of just cutting holes in a box and just sticking the pieces to it. Secondly, as a non player of "portal" as most judges probably are not as well, its difficult for us to associate that it looks powerful as in the Portal game. We only look at the technical build, presentation and most important if the build conveys power. From what I am observing, I am just seeing just a cool robotic arm(or an unfinished bionicle moc if I were to observe in another angle) that seem to lack articulation and "powerful" look that you said it has. The white portal you said it creates looks to me like just an ordinary window. In any way, I still need to score your creation. 4/10
 I made it 
  July 17, 2011
Quoting Yuri Fassio I don't get it. I never played Portal. Technically it's not so bad, but I don't know what I'm looking at, and I can't "behold its power". 3/10.
i updated the info please read it
 I like it 
  July 17, 2011
I think it looks great since I have played portal I know that glados has power but to the judges that maybe have not played the game won't understand it great moc though
  July 17, 2011
I don't get it. I never played Portal. Technically it's not so bad, but I don't know what I'm looking at, and I can't "behold its power". 3/10.
  July 17, 2011
You have to also add this to the group's creations.Please read the rules.Thanks.
 I made it 
  July 17, 2011
Quoting Harvey Cu I don't get it? I've seen and judged some entries that I have doubts with regards to following the theme but this one really takes the cake. So what is this? What's holding it up? How does it move? What should be the judges be looking at?
i added moore pictures of how all the pannels and the moc move and are held up
 I made it 
  July 17, 2011
Quoting Harvey Cu I don't get it? I've seen and judged some entries that I have doubts with regards to following the theme but this one really takes the cake. So what is this? What's holding it up? How does it move? What should be the judges be looking at?
do you want me to ad a pictue of whats holding it up?
 I like it 
  July 17, 2011
I don't get it? I've seen and judged some entries that I have doubts with regards to following the theme but this one really takes the cake. So what is this? What's holding it up? How does it move? What should be the judges be looking at?
 
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