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Matoran Stryker and Stryker version 6.0
Here is an official gallery for Stryker 6.0 and my new Matoran version of Stryker. Greatly inspired by the Gallitor report designs
About this creation


Stryker version 6.0



Stryker version 6.0



Matoran Stryker


Matoran Stryker




Size comparison


Stryker: QUICK, the bad guys are coming and.... what the!?

Matoran Stryker: I'm out dude! GAME OVER MAN, GAME OVER!!!!



Comments

 I made it 
  August 3, 2013
Quoting Will "Cub" R. There's a good deal of things that are likable in this MOC, but there's also a good deal to dislike. I'll only review Toa Stryker, as opinions on how matoran should look differ per person... Starting with the feet and legs, it mostly seems OK. However, when you reach the thighs, it seems very out-of-place with the rest of the MOC, considering how there's tires on the sides of the thighs. I suggest changing the thighs so they don't require that particular thigh piece for the legs, instead use the traditional three-peg piece that was produced with the '06 sets. Secondly, you should change the waist. I know you're probably going for a sleek and smooth look with him, but he appears to be very broad belly-to-back-wise. I suggest making the distance between the legs slightly shorter, and dropping the use of the rahkshi head on the waist. Next, make the 'belly' of the MOC less large. He's not a very bulky MOC, and unless you're making a Titan, not very attractive for fictional character with normal proportions. Also, try to make the shoulders a bit more narrow, it looks a little off at this distance. The arms appear to be pretty decent, but the use of the hordika necks to connect the hands doesn't look very attractive. Perhaps, a different method? Also, the use of the trans-lime parts isn't really meshing well. Use one for the heartlight, and if you want to fill in gaps that you can fill in with studs, use white, orange, or silver/grey studs. Sticking to three colors will help your MOC look neat, and much more attractive.
1. The legs: Yes they suck, I know. 2. The arms (upper): I altered the arms a bit so they are more filled out on the shoulders. 3. The arms (lower): I tried to use something besides a hordika neck, but it didnt allow for the range motion I want. 4. The waste: The way I have the waste set up is for articulation. The rakshi head is the for cover and movement. 5. Greebles: The green greebles are part of a part of an inspiration design from the Modular Ironman Armor. In which he has mini ark reactors all over his suit. I can see some of your points, but your collective comments didnt turn into small changes it turns into a total recontruction of this version. I dont have the pieces or time to do that. Just a tiny suggestion, when reviewing other peoples self mocs, use the term asthetically pleasing instead of attractive. I understand you were trying to give constructive criticism, but it felt like you where calling my moc UGLY.
  July 31, 2013
There's a good deal of things that are likable in this MOC, but there's also a good deal to dislike. I'll only review Toa Stryker, as opinions on how matoran should look differ per person... Starting with the feet and legs, it mostly seems OK. However, when you reach the thighs, it seems very out-of-place with the rest of the MOC, considering how there's tires on the sides of the thighs. I suggest changing the thighs so they don't require that particular thigh piece for the legs, instead use the traditional three-peg piece that was produced with the '06 sets. Secondly, you should change the waist. I know you're probably going for a sleek and smooth look with him, but he appears to be very broad belly-to-back-wise. I suggest making the distance between the legs slightly shorter, and dropping the use of the rahkshi head on the waist. Next, make the 'belly' of the MOC less large. He's not a very bulky MOC, and unless you're making a Titan, not very attractive for fictional character with normal proportions. Also, try to make the shoulders a bit more narrow, it looks a little off at this distance. The arms appear to be pretty decent, but the use of the hordika necks to connect the hands doesn't look very attractive. Perhaps, a different method? Also, the use of the trans-lime parts isn't really meshing well. Use one for the heartlight, and if you want to fill in gaps that you can fill in with studs, use white, orange, or silver/grey studs. Sticking to three colors will help your MOC look neat, and much more attractive.
 I made it 
  July 29, 2013
Quoting Gringat the Repugnant Nice work. Is that a Gringat I see there? :3
It is indeed. Funny coincidence, I actually watch the "History of Gringat" yesterday. And I was like, dude! Thats a lot of Gringats by Callan. LOL Callan, #1 fan of Gringat. HAHHAHA. But yeah, it is.
 I like it 
  July 29, 2013
Nice work. Is that a Gringat I see there? :3
 
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