I've been playing catchup the past few days, maniacally retrieving and editing old pictures of MOCs. Unfortunately, I can build them faster than I can photograph and upload them!
Not much to say, watch this- I can describe it in one sentence: the UCS B1 which debuted in my UCS STAP is fully articulated; he can walk, assume different battle positions, and fold up for storage in an MTT rack; he has nineteen axis of movement, which makes him as poseable as an action figure; he took approximately 4 days to construct; for comparison, a minifig would reach about up to his knee- there, what did I tell you; all in one sentence- never doubt the power of the semicolon and the conjuction, I mean, have you ever read the Declaration of Independence?
"Cease fire! Delta formation, on me!"
Whoever said battle droids had to be dumb cannon fodder? You foolish CW script writers!
Gah! A legion of B1s! This was an experiment in different levels of Unfocus Blur to create a realistic perspective in Paint.NET.
Being fully articulated, the UCS B1 can fully emerge from folded position: