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Dock 9: Last Stand
Giving the final blow.
About this creation
The scene is a corrider inside an unknown starship. The ship has been infested with a mysterious horror (lol conviencient black fantasy lol). Lourdes, a droid, is fleeing from the horror via the aforementioned corrider to Dock 9 (no relationship to District 9), where it can hopefully board a spacecraft to escape the horror. Lourdes's friend, B166-ER, however, chooses to stay behind and hold back the advancing horror to buy Lourdes time to escape.

This is my first formal diorama. It was built for a tight deadline, started 2 days prior (remember kids, marathon-all-night-building IS A TRAP). Thus, it's not as impressive or as finished as I think it could be, but I'm past caring. B166-ER, the big robot, is loosely based on the look of UN APU's from the Animatrix (B166-ER should also ring bells for Animatrix viewers). Lourdes, the small white robot, was copied from Peter Reid's robot designs since I needed some small, cool-looking bot to complete the diorama. I built the corrider in forced perspective because photographing the corrider as a true hallway would have been a nightmare. Overall, my goal was to make a dramatic scene, and while the general un-finished-ness of the diorama prevents full epicness, it's good enough for me because I'm mostly-happy with the way B166-ER turned out, whom the entire thing was built around :).


Ignore the strange blocky contraptions holding the tentacles up. Instead, imagine some ominous unseen tentacled force attacking the valiant B166-ER.

Some of these pictures can be pretty dark/blurry, but it's mostly intentional.

The green tint here is completely unedited. And if you're still wondering where the eyes of B166-ER is, they are the two small holes, each off to the side and slightly above the big mouth hole of the Bionicle mask.

The Armored Assault Doll was a human-made, unmanned military weapon designed to support first strike operations against heavily-defended targets. The minifig-hand things at the tops of its legs are supposed to be some sort of hydralics, since the leg-hip joint didn't look complete without something there.

The AAD is normally equipped with an anti-infantry weapon, usually an autocannon, on its right arm and an anti-armor weapon, usually a grenade launcher, on its left arm. The AAD can have its weapons interchanged for various purposes or specialties.

Weapons can be removed from the AAD to convert it into a robotic loader. The AAD is equipped with hands to reload or remove its weapons by itself. B166-ER says hi.

Lourdes was originally one of many man-made droids servicing human civilians in various capabilities. How it and and B166-ER ended up in their circumstances is another story entirely.

Lourdes takes cover behind B166-ER as it fires a grenade.


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  November 26, 2010
Wow... this is really cool!
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  November 21, 2010
Total epicness. even if it is not fully done to your standards. I love that war doll. Great job
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