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LTC Quintesson Mech Commander: Lord Cinder V2 (The Rebirth)
Lord Cinder was once the leader of a mighty army. His soldiers, and himself, abandonded their old five-faced bodies and replaced them with mecha. With this batallion, Lord Cinder set out to destroy both the Autobots and the Decepticons. After failing to capture either bases, and facing defeat at the hands of an outcast called Spectre, he retreated for a while. He then hired a bounty hunter by the name of Shadowstrike to take Spectre down. But the bounty hunter betrayed him, and killed him. Several weeks later, he found himself in a new body, stranded in the desert. There was nothing but a note left with him, and it said 'kill the Varlocian'. Not knowing what this means, Cinder sets out for revenge...
About this creation

The cool thing about this mech is that it uses a bit of inspiration from Chris Roach's T-Join Skeleton. I didn't follow it exactly, though. Still, it wasn't too hard to figure out.


The most of the MOC is a little hard to balance, which is why I made a stand. I'll show it later.


You can see from the back that he's got a lot more kibble on the back to make him look cool.


The hands were a bit of a weird idea, but what the heck. It works.


I actually built the frame before I build the extras. The points of articulation include:
  • Twists at the waist

  • Bends at the waist

  • Moves the legs up at the hips

  • Bends the legs at the hips

  • Twists above the knees

  • Bends at the knees

  • Bends at the feet

  • Twists at the feet

  • Rotates at the shoulders

  • Bends at the shoulders

  • Moves up and down at the shoulders

  • Bends at the upper arms

  • Twists at the upper arms

  • Bends at the elbow

  • Moves the hands up and down

  • Twists the head

So, in all it has 29 points of articulation.


The arm is the only transformable part of this MOC. I'll show you how it converts.


First the hand folds down.


Then the main part folds out.


And finally, the barrel folds down.


The final photos are of the stand. The MOC is a bit difficult to place in action poses, as it just falls over. So, I ended up using the Gundam method, which is making a stand. You'll notice that there's a hinge piece on the end. It attatches to the peg in the, uh, 'special place' of the figure.


Just like so.


Well, that's it. Don't forget to like, comment and add me as a fave builder. Also, no 'rainbow syndrome comments. Anyway, Merry Christmas and as always, happy building!



Comments

 I made it 
  December 16, 2013
Quoting Mr.Falcon Punch Interesting, very original. This gets my approval.
Thanks! :)
 I like it 
  December 16, 2013
Interesting, very original. This gets my approval.
 
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