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[REPOST] Ocram, the Blood-Junkie (My 4th Self-Moc)
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So, I fixed this post :] Thanks to Gale Winthrope for telling me how to fix the upload-problem! :D
About this creation
Name: Ocram
Titles: Blood-Junkie / Blood-sucker /
Species: Demon
Affilation: No one
Enemies: Theoretically everyone
Weapons / Tools: Blood-sucker, dagger
Powers: Gain health / power by drinking blood
Weakness: Is addicted to blood

Bio: (NOTE: Do not read if you can't stand gore)
When Ocram was young, he and another demon assisted Korna in his lab. One day they experimented with a leech, in order to create a new species. Unfortunally a terrible accident occured and the leech mutated. Shortly after that, Ocram was bitten by the leech. Since Korna didn't notice that the leech had mutated and so he didn't care about his assistant being bitten.

The next day, the other assistant acidentally cut himself and lost a lot of blood. Ocram, infected by the leech, was attracted by his fellow's blood and lost his control and whited out. When he woke up, he saw the other demon laying on the floor, his guts hanging out of his body.
Ocram then ran away and was never heard of again.

Since then, he was addicted to blood and had to still his hunger by drinking the blood of at least one victim every day. Soon, he invented a tool which was able to suck blood through a syringe, pump it up a tube, which ended up in his esophagus.

The video-presentation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4WhuWAlJL0


















A close-up on the blood-sucker. (the lever actually works! xD )





Comments

 I made it 
  August 2, 2012
Quoting Gale Winthrope Hey! I'm glad that my trick worked. It took me close to seven years to figure that out XD
Well again, thank you very much! ^^
  August 2, 2012
Hey! I'm glad that my trick worked. It took me close to seven years to figure that out XD
 I made it 
  July 31, 2012
Quoting Gale Winthrope I will tell you now, this MOC it awesome, but I am here on business, not pleasure. I have had problems with uploading pictures most of my life and I have recently discovered why. Most uploaders should resize pictures placed in them to the correct size, however most of them have a limit. They cannot always make every picture the right size so the rest get dumped. However if you resize the pics BEFORE you try to upload them, the should all go through with ease. If you place the pic in an edifying software, or paint of nothing else, and hit resize it should give you two boxes with numbers, the length and width. What you do then is set the width to 800 pixels. If the editing software does not automatically resize the length accordingly you will have to do it manually. If you took the picture with the camera in the normal holding position you resize the length to 600 pixels. If you took the picture with the camera flipped on its side then you resize the length to a little bit over 1000 pixels. This will make your pics a smaller file and the uploader will now accept all of them, resizing them to fit the page. If this does not work you can yell at me saying "you got it wrong!!!" but I think it will. Good luck! :)
Thank you very much! I will do that next time! :D
  July 31, 2012
I will tell you now, this MOC it awesome, but I am here on business, not pleasure. I have had problems with uploading pictures most of my life and I have recently discovered why. Most uploaders should resize pictures placed in them to the correct size, however most of them have a limit. They cannot always make every picture the right size so the rest get dumped. However if you resize the pics BEFORE you try to upload them, the should all go through with ease. If you place the pic in an edifying software, or paint of nothing else, and hit resize it should give you two boxes with numbers, the length and width. What you do then is set the width to 800 pixels. If the editing software does not automatically resize the length accordingly you will have to do it manually. If you took the picture with the camera in the normal holding position you resize the length to 600 pixels. If you took the picture with the camera flipped on its side then you resize the length to a little bit over 1000 pixels. This will make your pics a smaller file and the uploader will now accept all of them, resizing them to fit the page. If this does not work you can yell at me saying "you got it wrong!!!" but I think it will. Good luck! :)
 I made it 
  July 31, 2012
Quoting Ventum The Half Demon oh.. mah.. GYAWD!!!! i love it. the designs,and ideas, this moc is a piece of art
XD Thank you!
 I like it 
  July 30, 2012
oh.. mah.. GYAWD!!!! i love it. the designs,and ideas, this moc is a piece of art
 I like it 
  July 30, 2012
Nice!
 I made it 
  July 30, 2012
Quoting Chopperskull ! You should "emmbed" the YT video on this page using old emmbed codes then copy paste. It would be great for people to see the pics in another way. Not everyone has youtube ;) Anyways, Like I said on Youtube, this moc is sikk and awesome ! :D
Thanks for the advice! I'll do that from now on! ^^
 I like it 
  July 30, 2012
You should "emmbed" the YT video on this page using old emmbed codes then copy paste. It would be great for people to see the pics in another way. Not everyone has youtube ;) Anyways, Like I said on Youtube, this moc is sikk and awesome ! :D
 
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