"When I first laid eyes on one my blood boiled and ran cold at the same time" -Toa Raidos
About this creation
Something I originally made for a Bionicle serial story I am writing, I decided against using them, but figured you guys out there might want to see it. It has the power to control both fire and ice, and is completely loyal to his master. It fights nearly flawlessly, never missing its target, his target always missing it. Talks in a high raspy voice.
his ice axe, a brutal weapon, however he uses it to block more than he uses it to strike.
His flame sword, hot enough to melt rock. So don't play with fire kids!
His fire half, basic glatorian building style.
His ice half, again glotorian style.
A cool picture of him, giving a better look at his head, which is just a Nuva armor piece over a glatorian head. The idea of this head design came from a Bionicle comic, where a mutated Kikanalo was shown, and it used this head. Never could make a head like this until the glatorian heads came out. (Yes I know this sounds like one big innuendo, don't remind me.)
Very nice! I like the use of the shoulder plate as a head. Way back before the Rahkshi came out, on the back of one of the BIONICLE comic books they had a silhouette teaser for 'em. I tried to make one with that shoulder piece as a head. Good idea with the mix of elements.
With regards to your question with taking picture of this moc. First of all, I can see that this moc has too many colors on him. Too many colors is not only very difficult to execute if its a small moc but pretty hard to take picture especially when colors are not contrast enough. Silver and white are pretty close as such it is seldom you see mocs or sets with white and silver combo. If you use a super white background on a white moc, it would be very hard to see the details of the white part. Silver parts is not much of a problem. To cut down on glare, you may try using flash but on a slightly farther away or just try adjusting lowering your flash. This will cut down on the reflection on the silver and make it darker. Of course, the best is a brightly lit room so you don't need to use a flash.