I find it hard to believe that I have not yet commented on this, being as I discovered it a long time ago. Nevertheless, I must express my amazement at such as excellent design; Compared to the top-rated mechs out there, this one is most certainly underrated. An army of these would be simply incredible!
hey bro I'm a huge fan of ALL your lego builds, partial to the DF, but that is another day. Ok first note I LOVE THIS, second we have all seen your mad skills at making creations....yes, but, I have never seen you make anything damaged, I mean it is safe to assume that the DF mechs take damage. Could you make a DF mech that is showing OBVIOUS damage like missing parts hoses with nothing attached weapons missiong and parts blown off....no need to show the guy he was shooting at we ALL know there is nothing left of him.
Brian, this is one of the most "organic" looking MOC's on these pages. The design is amazing. The thing looks as if it would be a living organism that just happens to house a human pilot. Your work is some of the first I saw here, and inspired me to try my hand. Thank you.
I really like this hardsuit. It is the best hardsuit on mocpages, and in my opinion, the best creation. I am trying to make this for my own collection and I was wondering what piece that thin, dark grey piece is that's above this one. Thanks ( http://www.peeron.com/inv/parts/47755 )
Quoting Erik Giovanni
Okay, so remember how I said I figured out how to make this? Well, I make stop-motion videos, and I was wondering if I could use it in one of my videos, then post it.
Thanks for asking, and I guess it’s OK, but I would appreciate credit for the design and a link back to this page when you post. I’m not trying to be a credit hog, but it’s pretty much just standard protocol and common courtesy in a situation like that.
dude i'm speech less except for my simple request for instructions. am i the only one who notices that nobody EVER posts instructions with their mocs?
my e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org if u can send em' thanks
Hey Brian, check out the Micro-Scale "War Puppet" I made. It's not supposed to replicate this, but it was inspired by this. Cya later! ~Sho Fukamachi (I still wish my name was really Sho Fukamachi instead of freaken Phong Chang! Just to clarify, I'm not Chinese! I'm from the Philipinese and America!) Woops, ADD got me rambling again. As I said earlier: Cya later ~Phong Chang
Well, thanks for telling me about the Indy cycle on the other one. That helped... a bit. I still really want to figure out how this thing worked! I know you do not do instructions. Could you just tell me (gosh, I sound like a real n00b, don't I), I got how the front 3 silver pieces connect to EACH OTHER, but how they connect to the rest is not shown in the pics. Thanks for helping out, Brian, you are a real inspiration!
how you get your pics to look so nice? i might think of trying it out if i have time and money for any expences. PS: i couldnt stop fixing my mini schism until pure perfection, so i created v.3 with better shape and hose greeblings. i will be posting it today. later ~sho.
Wow... The legs are like one big greeb, and the body is made of weird connections that make even the 2nd best MOCer (you are the best) melt thier brane trying to figure out. For that, I congradulate you. I love it, the fiber optic looks great, just like everthing else. Great job!
Okay, picture this...I grab the tub of Legos. Calmy carry them upstairs, through the kitchen, past the laundry room, and into the garage, where I procede to DUMP the whole lot into the trash! Then snatching a box of raspberry zingers on the way through the kitchen, I slink to the couch to binge in misery with the tv and the remote, never to build again...I mean what's use, for God's sake!