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ok recently I have been inspired by Jon chopperskull and bob the inconceivably invincible bionicles but I just can't figure out how the start. Just to let you know I have a lot of bionicles but I need a little help trying to get started. (Helpful advice would be like tips on a chest or simple legs.)
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 I like it 
  October 9, 2013
very nice take the coolest parts out of the instruction manuals and add them together
  April 11, 2012
Also, cute cat. And your welcome. Good luck organizing.
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  April 8, 2012
Quoting Wheeljack 8824 Well ok, lets see where to start. The basics. This can help with all MOCing though: Organize your bricks into color, and separate the pegs and cross-axles from the rest. It took me a good week to do this, but I also have far too many bricks. On the Bionicle side of things, I would say start poking around Bionicle groups and MOCs to look and see some different techniques, styles, and builds. By looking at bricks outside the box, you can come up with many different things. I would also suggest trying to get all of your Technic bricks into it, they are pretty much essential to any great Bio-MOC. And other than that, be creative, have fun, and come up with your own style. My personal prefered style is large, cumbersome, heavy Bio-MOCs (not always being a Bionicle character per say) that are poseable enough. Anyways, hope some of this helps you!
I plan on sorting them but this may take a long time because of the shear quantity. Thanks for the tips. Any little bit helps. So far I have sorted almost all of my bricks out of the boxes and into colors. I haven't touch the bionicle parts they sorted them selves out. It has taken me on and off a year or so to finish. Thanks again for the help. I greatly appreciate it.
  April 7, 2012
Well ok, lets see where to start. The basics. This can help with all MOCing though: Organize your bricks into color, and separate the pegs and cross-axles from the rest. It took me a good week to do this, but I also have far too many bricks. On the Bionicle side of things, I would say start poking around Bionicle groups and MOCs to look and see some different techniques, styles, and builds. By looking at bricks outside the box, you can come up with many different things. I would also suggest trying to get all of your Technic bricks into it, they are pretty much essential to any great Bio-MOC. And other than that, be creative, have fun, and come up with your own style. My personal prefered style is large, cumbersome, heavy Bio-MOCs (not always being a Bionicle character per say) that are poseable enough. Anyways, hope some of this helps you!
  September 30, 2011
Pretty cool MOC, but I think you should flesh him out some more, maybe a few more Zamor magazines on the body, you know. If you have any 2006- 2009 parts, use them for most of your MOCs. It helps to organize your masks, as well as your gears, zamor spheres, and Bohrok eyes. Organize your weapons, heads, and chests and hips. armor doesn't need organisation, you can make custom armor pretty easily with a few shiny parts. Hope I helped! Toa Thornatrix
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  February 10, 2011
Quoting Bob the inconceivably invincible OK, then I don't know quite how to help, especially because your creations are really good, and I have mostly the middle ones (around 2006) and not a lot of the new or the old ones, though my collection is a bit k=more on the old side.
i was wondering if you could build my self moc?
 I like it 
  February 10, 2011
OK, then I don't know quite how to help, especially because your creations are really good, and I have mostly the middle ones (around 2006) and not a lot of the new or the old ones, though my collection is a bit k=more on the old side.
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  February 10, 2011
Quoting Bob the inconceivably invincible That's about the same size as my collection! A complete sortation(I'm not sure that's a word) won't be necessary.
The only problem is that the pieces are the old ones like the original toa then toa nuva and I have most of the rahi I have makuta and the lask of light dude and then the next four to five generations then a couple of the newer ones scattered throughout.
 I like it 
  February 9, 2011
That's about the same size as my collection! A complete sortation(I'm not sure that's a word) won't be necessary.
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  January 23, 2011
Quoting Justin L. Well I agree with Bob, your collection could use sorting. I sorted my whole collecton (Scattered everywhere on the floor) and spent a good Saturday on it, but man was it worth it. I doubt it'll take a couple months; at most a couple WEEKS.
Sorting will eventually be necessary but right now I mid-terms and they are weighted heavy and if I do bad I well it won't be pretty.
 I like it 
  January 22, 2011
Well I agree with Bob, your collection could use sorting. I sorted my whole collecton (Scattered everywhere on the floor) and spent a good Saturday on it, but man was it worth it. I doubt it'll take a couple months; at most a couple WEEKS.
 I made it 
  January 21, 2011
Quoting Bob the inconceivably invincible How big is your collection anyway? Sorry for the bad advice, its just what I do before I start a creation.
I have filled a 2X2X2 bucket to the brim will parts. I mainly have the original sets though.
 I like it 
  January 21, 2011
How big is your collection anyway? Sorry for the bad advice, its just what I do before I start a creation.
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  January 17, 2011
Quoting Bob the inconceivably invincible OK, one thing to do is, before you start building i go through your collection, and pull out all the pieces of that colour(don't take too long doing this, if you don't find them all, its OK). When building, be creative, pieces used as feet are often very useful. Make sure your creation is sturdy, and posse-able.
separating them would take a long time... maybe a couple of months...
 I like it 
  January 17, 2011
OK, one thing to do is, before you start building i go through your collection, and pull out all the pieces of that colour(don't take too long doing this, if you don't find them all, its OK). When building, be creative, pieces used as feet are often very useful. Make sure your creation is sturdy, and posse-able.
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  January 6, 2011
Here some help- look around at others creations for inspiration, try being custom, use never used designs in them mind checking this out for me? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/245834
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  January 5, 2011
Quoting chopper skull OK SO YOU WANT help. i suggest if its a toa, and you want it to be basic, start off mocing with regular bioncile inika bodys but try something new..... add some technic, maybe create armour. I suggest to begin DO NOT start with custom bodys just yey.....wait after about 10 mocs. Don't be afraid to upgrade and try new things. Also you can use my designs for arms, legs, etc. Make sure you add armor and don't leave stuff empty or too skinny. Look at other peoples mocs and see how they made theirs. I suggest youtube how to's for bionicles to see how to build some custom bodys. best of luck chopperskull any questions? post on my creations i will ALWAYS answer. the moc you made is good for a first though, but it does need improving.....
thank you for the help I will try to start simple.
  January 5, 2011
OK SO YOU WANT help. i suggest if its a toa, and you want it to be basic, start off mocing with regular bioncile inika bodys but try something new..... add some technic, maybe create armour. I suggest to begin DO NOT start with custom bodys just yey.....wait after about 10 mocs. Don't be afraid to upgrade and try new things. Also you can use my designs for arms, legs, etc. Make sure you add armor and don't leave stuff empty or too skinny. Look at other peoples mocs and see how they made theirs. I suggest youtube how to's for bionicles to see how to build some custom bodys. best of luck chopperskull any questions? post on my creations i will ALWAYS answer. the moc you made is good for a first though, but it does need improving.....
 I like it 
  January 5, 2011
awesome bionicle you should put it on sale it's that cool!
 
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