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Arthropod Strutter . I got the idea for this moc from an old Dinotopia book which has a large arthropod strutter in it which is eventually used for evil means. The strutter itself is a machine that needs a crystal to power it and is operated by a human pilot. Here's my interpretation of it. . Close up of the claws closed. Close up of the claws open. Side shot showing the head area tilted down to demonstrate neck articulation. Rear view close up of the inside of the rear head area. Full shot of the entire underside of the moc. Side shot of the moc focusing on the legs. Elevated view of the centre back area. Side shot of the tail.


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