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Leticia... Posable Woman Bionicle
Being 1 of a few female.. lady.. girl.. bionicles seen on this site, she was my 1st Bio build!
About this creation
In November of 2013, I updated all the original photos with ones that were photo-edited to remove the original StoveTop background.

LeticiaOOStandingToFullAttention

Leticia1SittingPretty

Leticia2BeingSassy1

Leticia2BeingSassy2

Leticia3SharingASecret

Leticia4DoingtheSplits

Leticia5PoutingCuzHerSecret'sOut





Comments

 I like it 
  November 28, 2012
hehe, so this is where it all began... I just love the poses on this, and the descriptions. Such a good point too, not many female bionicles made. Why oh why!
 I made it 
  September 21, 2011
Quoting El Barto ! Nicely done! More like one of those posable figs you'd see in an art store, but Bionicle!
Thanx... I think the Bionicle pieces can be used in many more building styles/themes than just the "Bionicle Universe". Bionicle building has been very challenging for me and I guess that what I find attractive about it.
 I made it 
  September 21, 2011
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great I don't get why this doesn't have more comments. Put woman in the title of something on this site, and I'd expect crowds to flock to it, as they would to a mystical creature. Still, pretty neat creation here.
Thanx, I've wondered the same thing?! I did have an initial building-in-progress page that a few people made comments on. Those comments were helpful to me, cuz they helped me towards my final build. Again thanx and hope it inspires you to build. :)
 I like it 
  September 21, 2011
I don't get why this doesn't have more comments. Put woman in the title of something on this site, and I'd expect crowds to flock to it, as they would to a mystical creature. Still, pretty neat creation here.
 I like it 
  September 21, 2011
Nicely done! More like one of those posable figs you'd see in an art store, but Bionicle!
 I made it 
  July 14, 2011
Quoting Nathan Davis Great job! The upper legs look very good. I do think that the torso could be improved, but this is very good, especially for a first Bionicle MOC. Also, on the feet you could add a bionicle hand piece such as on this MOC: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/265031 Anyway Awesome MOC!
Thanx, Nathan, for taking the time to leave me a comment. I visited your site and left you one on your Toa of Ice. :)
 I like it 
  July 14, 2011
Great job! The upper legs look very good. I do think that the torso could be improved, but this is very good, especially for a first Bionicle MOC. Also, on the feet you could add a bionicle hand piece such as on this MOC: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/265031 Anyway Awesome MOC!
 I made it 
  July 10, 2011
Thanx 4 taking time 2 comment! Letici’s thumbnail pic was looking pretty sad & desolate when surrounded by creation thumbnail pic’s of more seasoned, experienced, and popular MOCers with their hundreds of comments & thousands of views! I recall you are home-schooled? The teacher side of me compels me to give you (& any other home-schooled MOCers who read this) some advice. Science IS special. Just note...There is NO replacement 4 the skills/experience/knowledge one gains in a modern, and more importantly, SAFE science LAB class. So, if you do not feel comfortable w/your local high school. You can always take a LAB class at you local community college! THANX again for your comment! :)
 I like it 
  July 7, 2011
Pretty good! But most female bionicle shoulders should be even with the hips. But what do I know? I've never built a feme-MOC. The hair is nice. And I know who she likes. It's Phosphorus, isn't it?
 I made it 
  July 7, 2011
1stly, thanx 4 the helpful critique. You stated things that I was feeling myself. Indeed, I had begun a 2nd bionicle & was trying to work on torso issues…. shoulder width & breast size. It was nice to have my own feelings confirmed. Problem 4 me is that I have a limited supply of parts & I don’t have the experience some have had building bios as they grew up. Also, LEGO has not been helpful in tooling/molding female torso parts…have they ever made a female bio? 2ndly, thanx 4 the heads-up on the self-moc that uses the same mask. But, I never intended Leticia to be a self-moc...although she is an ultra-ego of sorts...my real 1st name being Patricia….Pat. No…I’m sticking w/the Belville good witch figure.
 I like it 
  July 6, 2011
Not bad for a first bionicle. I love how you tried many different techniques on this moc which many people tend not to do on their first bio moc. The torso looks a bit awkward. I suggest changing the lower armour as it's a bit wide for the body. One other tip is to create a custom torso rather than use an inika torso. That would help with possibility and chest detail. Nice work on the legs and arms. I see that you put the lower arms on a different way to get the crossed arms possibility. a custom arm could give you that effect while still being able to move forward at the elbow. I know this has been long but I assume this is your self moc and Callan lord of fire's mask is the same as yours. Most people like to have a unique mask on their self moc and callan had that one first so you might consider changing the mask. Nice hair btw.
 
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