Yeah, I thought I'd be using little horns myself until I saw the things that real ibix's sport. Woah!E of Alshire wrote:I like the Ibixan! i would've thought those horns would be far too large for something like this, but you've shown me wrong.
Heh- Preach it brother!Sir Terrance wrote:Great! I love articuated creatures, quite a break from lego's sinlge piece creature crap.
Ah, yes. That is a very cool technique and one that I cannot take credit for. Some Spacer made it up if I remember correctly. But then my philosophy is - steal spacer's techniques as often as possible and use them for Castle. Anyway, great technique that I've used a lot as you can see.Sir Terrance wrote:Both look wonderful! I really like the use of the skeleton limbs and the control stick thingy for the legs of the crab.
Oh yes. You actually have to warp the skelly arms a bit to get them together.Mike Viper wrote:Great job! do the control sticks really hold that well?
Heh, I don't know anything about bragging master builders but if you want my opinion, I don't think they have as much freedom in designing sets as we do in our MOCs. For instance- I doubt they're allowed to use lever pieces with anything other then a lever base or rip hands off of minifigs to build animals. Still, it's not really any excuse when you can design brand new bricks for whatever you need.Mike Viper wrote:Once again, you would think, with lego bragging about thier "master model builders" that they should be able to make things at least close to this? or are they lazy?
Yeah I get that vibe too. creapy! And yeah, I guess I am kinda pleased with the way these turned out. Thanks for the kind words man.wunztwice wrote:The goat is most impressive becuase of the head and the hoofs. Puddlegum is great because that is actually alot like I imagine him too, or as close as LEGOs could get. The sneak is creazy-creapy and something I don't want to mess with...
Hey thanks. I guess you might call some of this customizing.Recluce wrote:These are fantastic! I'm going to cross post them to MCN where I hope some people can see that custom figs can be made with bricks, too!
Thanks man. Glad you like em. More on the way...Lamanda2 wrote:Nice work Green Knight,
I saw these over at MCN and liked them alot,so I thought I would stop by and leave you a comment here.
I really like that Ibixan and the last guy on the list,though the sneak is also very good.
Go right ahead. That's mainly why I build these things. Oh, and about the "elf" subject- all will be explained...CAI wrote:I also just seen you Wood-Nelf on BS. Not to sure about "not elf"...it certainly looks like an elf to me.
I haven't out right duplicated someones creation before, but i;m giving that wood nelf a try. I'll still call it an elf though.
I'll see what I can do.erikut wrote:Oooh, i really like this stuff. You think you can make some instructions for your Ibixian? It really looks awesome and i can't really tell how to make one by the pictures you provided us.
Heh, Calvin and Hobbes. Good call. I guess he's a Hobbes-Goblin.Suvied wrote:I am not sure what that horned creature would be called either but I can easily see it as one of those monsters that live under the bed in Calvin and Hobbes. The one casual pose just strikes me as that type of humor.
Hehe, you know sometimes I think I'm never gonna live down making that bear. Thanks for dropping by.smcginnis wrote:These are really amazing. I think that the Ibixan is the best in this batch, but they're all great. I love your style of building legs. I've always been a fan of your creations, especially the bear, satyr, and big cats. Very cool stuff.
The Green Knight wrote:I'll see what I can do.erikut wrote:Oooh, i really like this stuff. You think you can make some instructions for your Ibixian? It really looks awesome and i can't really tell how to make one by the pictures you provided us.
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