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Komikae and Kremiko
Two Toa of Ice, photographed in their native element.
About this creation
The first is named Komikae, a Matoran word meaning "Icy Vengeance".




Surveying the area.




Slinging his sword over his shoulder.




A back view.




Gazing into the heavens.




Showing off the sword. The pommel, while heavy, is useful as a bludgeon and for blocking powerful attacks.




The second is named Kramiko, the Matoran word for "Black Ice".




Looking down on his quarry.




Trying to get his bearings.



I used air hoses to flesh out the waist of this one, covering up the spine, a Glatorian neck. The armor on the inside of his thigh is held in place between sections of chain that wrap around from the front and back of the legs. On the back of the legs, Skrall armor is layered on top of Rahkshi leg elements.



Clinging to a branch.




"Hang in there!"




Thinking about how cold it is.




Face-plant in the snow.



"I knew that branch was too thin."




Standing with Komikae.




"Ha! Should've held on tighter!"




*Push*




*Whump*




"Chilly, isn't it?"




This is my first post on MOCpages, so if you could leave any tips for a newcomer, that would be helpful. Stay tuned for lots more MOCs to come!



Comments

 I made it 
  December 28, 2012
Quoting Gringat the Repugnant Alright. My first tip for you is to invest in a tripod for your camera, and a plain background (white and/or black poster paper works wonders) with which to take photographs of your MOCs while indoors. As for build skills, you seem to have started off with plenty, and you're already presenting the MOC's page in a very good way. However, unless you're making some kind of statement, or sketch build, it's usually better to try for a custom torso build with more points of articulation, instead of the prefab inika torsos and such.
Thanks for the suggestions! Yeah, I didn't think of using a tripod at the time; although considering how cold my hands were at the time, I probably wouldn't have been able to position it anyways. Normally, I'd use a dark blue background, but the snow was too perfect a setting to pass up. The Inika build was just a last-minute addition; the real star of the show was Kremiko. I experimented with a few new techniques on him, which I will use in future Toa.
 I like it 
  December 28, 2012
Alright. My first tip for you is to invest in a tripod for your camera, and a plain background (white and/or black poster paper works wonders) with which to take photographs of your MOCs while indoors. As for build skills, you seem to have started off with plenty, and you're already presenting the MOC's page in a very good way. However, unless you're making some kind of statement, or sketch build, it's usually better to try for a custom torso build with more points of articulation, instead of the prefab inika torsos and such.
 
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