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Delphine (Dirfinge) (from Break Blade)
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This model was very hard to build in LDD but I managed somehow. A little backstory: The Delphine (or Dirfinge in some translations) is an ancient golem that was found by Krishna quartz miners. Soon after,the Golem was transported to the capital. The whole golem was entrapped in quartz. The golem didn't respond to people who could use "sorcery", but when Athens forces attacked the city,Rygart Arrow an un-sorcorer (protagonist of Break Blade)suddenly found himself in the cockpit of Delphine(he was invited by the king to see if he can operate the golem or not), and the aincent golem awakened. Altough the delphine can't use pressguns, it has a very strong inner frame and has and incredible jumping and running ability, thus making the golem a deadly close combat fighter
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Size comparsion:

Note: the Artemis stands about 1 stud higher because of the feets






The "frame"(similiar to Mithryl's frame):












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Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I like it 
  August 7, 2014
Hey amazing build have you got an estimate on the price would love to build it
  September 20, 2011
WOW! this is really accurate! I've never heard of this guy before but it looks a lot like the model. Btw, thanks for commenting on my creation! I appreciate AFOL comments. actually I appreciate anyone's comments but I appreciate that you took time out of your day to comment. :)
 I like it 
  June 25, 2011
That black golem has a cool looking blade! I'll look forward to seeing how you handle that sword.
 I made it 
  June 25, 2011
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix So, I have to ask--what is next for you, or are you burned out and taking a break?
No-no, I still have some stuff to build. Next up will be this bad boy (he's also my buddy icon :P) http://i997.mangareader.net/break-blade/51/break-blade-2239583.jpg (the black one, sorry there are very few pics about it and I'll have to make some parts on my own since half of the golem is always covered with a cloak)so far I'm done with the head. It's a real monster, using two additional tails coming from the shoulders stabbing the enemy with a surprise attack. And also I started building the diorama of the "final battle" chapter too, it's going to take a while so it'll be done...when it's done ^^
 I like it 
  June 25, 2011
So, I have to ask--what is next for you, or are you burned out and taking a break?
 I like it 
  June 24, 2011
Nicely done i love the accuracy. I might take your frame >:D hehehe but i'll give you creds if i do. Finger design is great. kudos to you >ROFLOLmasterD<
 I like it 
  June 23, 2011
Very accurate and cool looking design! I especially love the details in the head, chest, and back. Nice work!
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  June 23, 2011
I understand now. So, you produce a custom frame for each build. But surely you must keep some elements in common from frame to frame--the knees for instance, or the elbows. Its these common elements that form the basis for a pre-built frame. Each mech I build usually does not stick to the pure version of the frames I post. There are always variations that are required by the exterior design that you are trying to achieve. The pre-built frame exists as more of a guideline than anything else. In that sense, I have literally dozens of pre-built frames that I use. But I have managed to take the common elements and narrow those dozens down to just six or seven variants. I just realized that I should post 00's frame. It is something different altogether from before. Maybe I'll do it once I'm done with the model.
 I made it 
  June 23, 2011
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix Cool frame pics! So is what you showed us the frame for your break blade mecha or no? Your previous post said that you don't really use a frame. So, do your mecha not have any internal structure, or did I misunderstand you?
This is the Delphine's frame. What I meant about not using frames is that I don't use pre built frames to build on them. And mostly the torso part of the models is always different and not pre built. And I use a pattern for the legs and arms usually. Compare this with my Sazabi, it has a completly different build because of the size. Sorry if I made you misunderstand something xd
 I like it 
  June 23, 2011
Cool frame pics! So is what you showed us the frame for your break blade mecha or no? Your previous post said that you don't really use a frame. So, do your mecha not have any internal structure, or did I misunderstand you?
 I made it 
  June 22, 2011
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix I would really like to see what your frame for these looks like underneath sometime. I'm intrigued...
Well, actually I'm not using frames. I start out with the head design always and when I reach satisfactory I start to build the other body parts to scale with the head. Of course these golems use a similiar build every time so I didn't need much work, mostly just changing the armor on the legs or the chest. Almost each and every one of my builds has a unique build, especially my Mobile Suit MOCs. They might differ in scale, but I don't want them to look too much alike. So there isn't really a frame that I use to be built on.
 I like it 
  June 22, 2011
Cool!
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  June 21, 2011
Very nicely done. It looks really accurate. How about scale? If I'm not mistaken, the Delphine is some what bigger than standard golems, and a comparison shot would be killer. I like how flexible it is too. Great work. Almost done with the collection. ^Blub^
 I like it 
  June 21, 2011
I would really like to see what your frame for these looks like underneath sometime. I'm intrigued...
 I like it 
  June 21, 2011
Great work!
 I like it 
  June 21, 2011
Good job!
 I like it 
  June 21, 2011
Hey! I know this mecha and you really make it well. I like how you made the weapon.
 I made it 
  June 21, 2011
Quoting Mike C First you kill me with how fast you produce these builds, and they are all amazing. I really like how you really zoomed in on the different parts of the build. It really shows all the detail work and thought you put into the build, which looks great. I noticed that you said it was very hard to build in Lego. Did you actually do a really build or did you mean LDD? Regardless fantastic job.
Well if I have the motivation and have a good reference I can build pretty fast, altough I built this MOC for a week (2 whole days just to design the head!). I was referring to LDD, it's pretty time consuming just to pose a leg on this MOC, since my LDD is an older version and has problems with moving a complex part, so I have to move it by sections. To tell you the truth at first I didn't have much motivation for this model, but as I progressed with it I was able to "see the end of the tunnel" so I kept building.
 I like it 
  June 21, 2011
First you kill me with how fast you produce these builds, and they are all amazing. I really like how you really zoomed in on the different parts of the build. It really shows all the detail work and thought you put into the build, which looks great. I noticed that you said it was very hard to build in Lego. Did you actually do a really build or did you mean LDD? Regardless fantastic job.
 I made it 
  June 21, 2011
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix Ohhhh...flexible! Nice work on the torso there. You realize, of course that your model would not have a prayer of actually holding those weapons with those wrists, right? They would totally just sag.
Yes I'm aware of this, but I wanted to give it more poseability at least in LDD form. This design is just begging for flexibility :P
 I like it 
  June 21, 2011
Ohhhh...flexible! Nice work on the torso there. You realize, of course that your model would not have a prayer of actually holding those weapons with those wrists, right? They would totally just sag.
 
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