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LIFESIZE Jawa - Bionicle Style! . As far as I know, I am the first person to build an actual lifesize Jawa out of Bioicle Pieces! Standing over 100cm tall, he is by far my biggest MOC yet! As you will find out later, the entire structure of the body is made from technic/bioicle pieces, the only thing that isn't lego is the handmade cloak. His eyes even light up! Enjoy! . Who is that handsome figure who stands beside the Jawa?!?!?! That's me! The Jawa's Head. "UTINI!!!" (thanks Moodswim XP) His feet, or her feet, I haven't decided :) Hands. I didn't know how many fingers they had on each hand, so I gave them 2 and a thumb. "Look into my eyes....." The Jawa unmasked! Sleeve off. Now don't start moaning that everything under him is random colours because I didn't have enough off the same coloured technic pieces. Both sleeves off. Likin' the costume? After realising that I wouldn't be able to buy a Jawa outfit, I guessed I would have to handmake it. After a trip to FabricLand (every boys dream, not) I got some material and got to work. But a problem stopped me: I'm a man and men can't opperate a needle and thread. A stapler was the answer :) Urrrrrrrgggghhhhh! He's naked!!! Originally he was going to have poseable legs: he fell over. So I gave him straight legs: fell over again. Then I attatched his legs together: down again. So finally I gave him a frame at the back and (cue singing angels) he stood! Here's the frame. It's not all bad because it supports his cloak at the back. The battery box to opperate the lights. And just to prove his eyes light up, here are his eyes - lit up!!! Thanks for looking, I hoped you liked it!


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