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Dismantling the Liger Zero
Some people have asked how I make my joints for my zoids creations, so I took some pictures as I dismantled my liger for all to see and hopefully get some ideas! Enjoy.
About this creation

Here is the neck joint. simple use of herofactory ball and socket. The newer ones tend to have tighter friction and can carry more weight.

this neck piece only had the ability to move up or down in the model.





The only side to side flexibility was at the head, and it was not alot. the neck and head are probably the hardest part of a zoid moc. if you can make it as sturdy as you can, the rest is easy.

If anyone has any more questions about zoid building, let me know. I hope these pictures help people pursue their own zoids creations! More is on the way, so be sure to stay tuned!See ya later!































































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  June 2, 2014
Wow, the way you out this all together; with the Bionicle and System, plus the scale, amazing job man!
 
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