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About this creation
This started as an experiment in making interesting rock strata using different brick orientations and trying to mesh them together smoothly. There are at least eight different lateral stud orientations plus the standard studs up, but the end result does not look that much different than if there were only two or three so…meh.

The dark tan is supposed to be some sort of mud flow that has caked over while flowing back down toward the underground water source visible in the next picture.

The claw thingies are either windblown rock formations or weathered ancient ruins…your choice. ;-)








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  April 19, 2012
nice mech!!!
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  February 24, 2012
That Mech is amazing and I love all the detail you've put into the diorama :D Not the biggest fan of the Vorox feet in the back, but that might just be me, great work :D
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  February 21, 2012
Very good, I like how you incorporated the mud with the rocks. I see some nice details on the mech, too.
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  February 18, 2012
Sweet mecha. :D
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  February 18, 2012
Thats a pretty hot creation there. Sweet job.
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  February 17, 2012
Great work!
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  February 16, 2012
awesome rock formation, and the legs on the walker are very good, nice details. 5/5
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  February 15, 2012
Brilliant work on rock as on the walker. I especially like the combination of technic pieces with "normal" LEGO.
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  February 15, 2012
Great work! You never fail to amaze.
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  February 15, 2012
Great work! You never fail to amaze.
  February 15, 2012
Look awesome
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  February 14, 2012
would kill for some sort of exploded veiw or a show case of the mech good job as always
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  February 14, 2012
Quoting Mark Kelso Nice, Brian. I like the technique for the organic forms in here with the variety of angles. It works pretty well on this scale, but I think on a larger scale this approach would be particularly effective. On marches the quest to build a better rock!
Agreed...larger scale as well as some color/texture variation would help. Although at a very large scale, the smaller relative scale of individual pieces and the greater level of detail this inherently gives you might render the multiple angle technique moot. Medium scale might be the sweet spot for this one, I think. Boy, you wouldn't think it would be that hard to build a rock... Thanks for the comments, everyone.
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  February 14, 2012
Great use of parts for the mech canopy.
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  February 14, 2012
This has to be one the best vignets I've seen! That mech is great, and the landscape is excellent!
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  February 14, 2012
Interesting design!
Brian Kescenovitz
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The Texan Bionicle Builder
  February 13, 2012
Nice use of the armor man!
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  February 13, 2012
Raising the bar again... ;-)
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  February 13, 2012
This is great. hey I saw your halo master chief, check this out http://mocpages.com/moc.php/307237
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  February 13, 2012
Really nice build.
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  February 13, 2012
Sweet use of those claws!
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  February 13, 2012
Very creative! I love the scene you have set up here. I'm used to the big mech and the dead guy, but the big, PARKED, mech with the SLEEPING pilot is so original I feel like I can't say enough about it. The mech looks fantastic, and the scenery is flawless. The dark tan does look like a mud flow, so you pulled that off, and I like the dying campfire. All in all, this is one of the most well-thought-out MOCs I've seen to date.
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  February 13, 2012
Your rocks really...rock. That’s right. I just said that out loud. The way you have the studs going horizontal and not locked into any of the traditional angles...very nice. The embers in the pit are a nice touch as well. Plus, who doesn't like tan? Attack!
  February 13, 2012
Great little mech, dude. Love the gun design, legs are spot-on for scale, and the tattered unit banner gives it a cool Warhammer 40K feel. Dig it. - Huss Q.
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  February 13, 2012
Brilliant organic shape. The mud part works without explanation, cause it looks very realistic and natural.
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  February 13, 2012
Looks really good. Very workable terrain. And awesome walker
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  February 13, 2012
Stop making me want to buy bionicle with these MOCs! Seriously, you meld technic and system with an expertise that awes me. Truly brilliant parts use for the mech, and the landscape's fantastic. Great work!
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  February 13, 2012
This scene is really full of emotion. You can almost feel how the pilot is weary from battle, trying to grab that last little bit of peace before heading back into the fray. Quite a powerfull piece for such a small (in comparison) creation. Really, REALLY nice! ~Chris.
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  February 13, 2012
Very cool scene, I can see you put a lot of work in this an it paid off. That mech thing looks smashing! Great build!
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  February 13, 2012
Nice, Brian. I like the technique for the organic forms in here with the variety of angles. It works pretty well on this scale, but I think on a larger scale this approach would be particularly effective. On marches the quest to build a better rock!
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  February 13, 2012
Nice scene! I've always liked weathered ancient ruins. Some great leg details on the mech. Killer!
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  February 13, 2012
Cool mech, nice greebly bits and armor. As for that claws, I think they look like giant post-apoc toothpicks. Mechs got to clean their teeth too...
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  February 13, 2012
Great scene! I love the landscaping and the mech, which is awesome!
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  February 13, 2012
Wow, really interesting scene here :) The mech is nice, but I really like the way you did the sandy platform. Great use of technic/bionicle too :)
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  February 13, 2012
Very cool! This whole MOC is so well put together. That mech is neat, of course at first I thought it had come and done away with the guy, but your scene is much more imaginative and original.
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  February 13, 2012
Very nice, although if it were me, I'd probably have slept inside the mech :P
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  February 13, 2012
Amazing MOC I love the sleeping bag technique!
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  February 13, 2012
I like the base. Nice to see you're alive.
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  February 13, 2012
Very nice textured landscaping, and the mech is excellent!
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  February 13, 2012
WOOOOOW sublime dio !!!!
Brian Kescenovitz
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Admiral Varkov
  February 12, 2012
Great work! The landscaping and shape of the land is amazing and the mech is very cool as well! Excellent job!
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  February 12, 2012
It's beautiful...plus he's back! I mean still, I wasn't sure if December just teased us or not. Great work again, your work is very inspiring and it's good to have some new stuff to look at.
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  February 12, 2012
Very nice landscaping and I love the technic mech!
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  February 12, 2012
Lovely work! You are definitely one of the best mech builders out there in my opinion, and this little vignette only cements that fact in my mind. Great job all around!
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  February 12, 2012
Awesome landscaping. SNOT is a wonderful thing, especially when something like this comes up.
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  February 12, 2012
Nice work on the landscaping, and the mech looks great! You're very talented at using technic pieces for mech armoring.
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  February 12, 2012
ooh, cool. though I'm a bit more obliged to take notice of the Mech than the rest of the creation. and you've got it all wrong. those spine things are the dirt-caked ribcage of some long-extinct beast.
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  February 12, 2012
Awesome piece all around. I see them as windblown rocks personally, but I can see them as ruins as well. I like how you left it ambiguous.
 
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