Thor minifigure for comparison. I have no clue as to why it's not rotated like I had done in iPhoto.
Fourth Roof Commentary
Previously titled "I'm not dead", I think Thor here was a lot of fun to construct. I am certainly not the best cube-dude creator, though large-scale seems to leave a fair impression. The hammer was a tedious process, however, and it;s evident enough in a couple of shots I had to prop Thor's arm up to keeping things stable. His hair was a problem as well, as I underestimated the amount of yellow corner slopes I had, leaving it to look like a slight mess. Ah well.
So, why have I not visited Mocpages in ages? That's already a running theme, of course, but I'll go ahead and explain: I've mostly been wasting my time on other things, working on school stuff, and the fact that it's busy around this time of the year (to nobody's surprise). In short, I should try to make it a habit of stopping by daily, and at least get back to work in my LEGO room more continuously.
Yeah, like that's ever gonna happen. Well, we'll see... ~Ryan
Quoting Cubeduder Dude
I must comment on every cubedude, and you sir, have one massive dude! I thought mine were big! Great job! The chest is superb. The hammer defies gravity!
Wow, thanks a ton! The hammer is held in place by the arm being held in place, actually, the weight of the hammer was initially too much to bear. Therefore a pillar suspension was added to keep the arm steady.
Quoting The Timinater !
nice! just try making sure you have the pieces properly pushed together (the feet here aren't)
Hmm, good eye with the feet. The problem with pressing the bricks together is how considerably delicate the structure is, and "too solid" for that matter. On another note, you may notice some "unpressed" pieces on the face: Those are actually flat tiles in some areas, where I ran short of tan studded tiles.