And, just by the end, the best. I love this, has character, has great design, and its all NPU from head to toe! And well, I don't care if its Galidor, its all constraction sets, even if they weren't called that back then. Good ol' Steve Pucket, one of my earlier inspirations in MOCing, alwyas used tons of Galidor, and I always considered it pretty much a part of the Bionicle 'palette', in a way. We're completely liberals to Hero Factory, so why not? Anyway, I digressed. Here, good sir, have this 10. Enjoy.
This looks amazing and uses a large variety of parts very uniquely. A lot of it seems to be however something else than Bionicle, which makes it harder to judge this, considering what the contest is about. Is the moc bad, not at all, but there's so much non-bionicle forming the moc that it feels to cross the line a bit. I don't even know where those blue furcoats are from, which makes this all the harder... I'm giving this an 8, to be fair with my conscience.
NPUsome MOC, Nick. I would have really, really liked to see some more poses, it would have helped my job here very much. I can kinda see where it's supposed to be articulated, but in fairness to other players I can't give this more than 8.
I like it
July 2, 2013
Starting out where you left off in the MocO's. This is stunning! You really are a master at capturing character in your humanoids. ~Thoy
Quoting L.A. Miranda
Except for the fact she's asymetric on the lower arms, I don't understand that.
I always try to add a little asymmetry to my figures, to add more detail where there would otherwise be half a MOC, doubled up. (Plus you're less restricted in the number of duplicate parts that you need : D) In the case of Frazil, her axe wielding arm benefits from wrist protection, but that would only be a hinderance to the agility needed in her other arm.
Quoting Clever Crowe
Thanks, I'm glad you liked it! For a warrior, flat footed was definitely the way I wanted to go, since high-heels would be no use in most practical situations. My goal was to make a warrior, who just happens to be a girl.
From a builder I associate mentally with NPU, this is no exception, and even then, some new and playful innovation. That net as waist skirting, the overlapping masks as coiffure, etc. I wasn't wild about the feet, but only because so much of the rest of her evokes the feminine. 9 Points, well-deserved.
It's a very nice moc indeed, but some people are seeming to miss what's behind the great designing and shaping, none of the limbs seem to match neither does the head, I think if you made the head a more brutish style I think the moc could of been pulled off well, especially if the arms were spread out a bit more, but besides the flaws the designing is superb, good job.
Best entry of all the round. The part usage is just perfect. The KK's masks for hair, the drill and the basket net for the body, the Strakk helmet and armor for skirt... It's beyond perfection! Except for the fact she's asymetric on the lower arms, I don't understand that. But well, this is the style, the kind of MOCs I want to achieve. Pure awesomeness, dear, pure awesomeness.
Incredible parts usage!!! I just can't believe how ridiculously good-looking this thing is!! The arms look strange though, and I'm not too sure about the feet, but my, that is super-creative. Well done!!