Hello fellow MOCpagers, this is my entry to the BCBS contest this month, which is also the first round of 2013! The topic was to make a Bio-MoC inspired by non-constraction themes by LEGO. I made an Orc, Grobe, who is inspired by the Orcs of Lord of the Rings.
Front view of the mighty warrior!
The guy without his weapons.
Showing his power.
Range: How to improve awesomeness...
Theran: Hey Range!
Range: Theran! You look different! You got a cool armor upgrade?
Theran: Yeah! And I'm also here to announce that the whole skript and about 90% of all characters for the second part of the story are done!
Range: That reminds me when I totally finished off those two undead who wanted to attack you.
Theran: And remember how we totally run into those stupid guards saying "oh noes you are so strange we should take away your weapons"...
Range: ... and then the council was all like "go and get us some dead guy" and they totally send us out without any weapons!
Gorbe: Where is my attention :(
Theran: And afterwards we... ugh!
Gorbe: This is my page >:(
Gorbe: Okay, now I can tell you something interesting about me :)
Gorbe: Um... I'm Gorbe. And... I'm an Orc :3
Once again I showed you one of my BCBS entries. I spend a long time working on him, and as you might see, I finally put some custom limbs on a MoC!
Like Theran said, I'm halfway through the preparations for the second part of my comic! I just need a rest of characters and NPCs and some set building. When the weather allows it, I can finally start taking pictures!
Not sure if what's better: the cool design of the Orc (love the head) or the fact your comic is back! <3 Good luck, dear Vorred, this entry may be not as complex as others, but has a lot of originality and great use of parts!
Quoting Snaggletooth B. Motörhead
Ah, you already got that Hero Factory Metru Green (dream has come true)... :D
I, for my part, won't be able to participate, once again. Too bad light. I tried with flash, and it looked AWFUL. :'-(
I just went outside and took some pics, and made some photo editing afterwards. Very easy and effective.