I love this and OMG!!! Your Roa Mc Toa from Bzp Power! I love your work espicially the Suvika and their Rahi!! Your Great!
I like it
VampireBohrok the lurker
July 23, 2009
Your works continue to amaze me, Roa. The head is stunning, you have really captured the twisted bestial look. The tail is also very impressive, it looks quite realistic. The legs look rather thick, I don't know if that's good or bad, because it looks kind of funny in some angles, and it looks threatning and robust in others.
I'm working on a Giant Rahi myself currently, so I've realized that it is pretty hard to get the legs stable. If I only knew how... >.<
One final question: Is this the last Giant Rahi that you'll make, or will there be wild ones too?
Fascinating. I have never seen something as large and detailed as this. This is beyond what I thought was possible with Bionicle. I guess if you have thousands and thousands of parts it's a whole different level. My kudos!
Well,i aways liked this MOC,but never commented on him.And the only thing i have to say about it is this:The best bionicle MOC ever maded!Cant whait to see his next version!Oh and,check out my MOCs,if you can.
I keep all my mocs built. I have a lot of parts, and am never in short supply.
I do collect Bionicle sets. Its nice to have all the latest parts, but in the end after I am bored of the set, parts is what it all boils down to.
This is... amazing! I've seen your MOcs before, and I think thei're the best I've ever seen...
Now, just some questions: do you have all of your MOcs builded, or you unmake them so you can build others(like me)?
Oh, and do you actually collect Lego or buy it just for the pieces?
I usually start with a head on a beast like this. I build them starting from the mouth, building till I reach the end of the tail. I am thinking of trying a new technique for building strong, light weight bodies that would work well for this moc.
this is excellent I'm sure you've heard that millions of times and i know it definantally deserves that. only question how do you make this? i mean do you just start with a base and go on from what you think looks cool (like me)or do you follow instructions made by yourself?
I built this rahi primariy out of 22 Vezon and Fenrakk kits of which I bought on clearance :)Many parts came randomly from my large collection, and Bryce (Cajun) sent me a few parts that I didn't have, like the red swords, horse helmets and a bunch of other red pieces.I worked on it over about 2 months with a rather large building break between start and finish.
Thanks for the comment Steve, I actually handle the moc rather rough. I built the rahi really stout, and it is very stable. You can swing his tail around and nothing comes off. :D The moc has attended thre shows, and is in need of repair after 3 breakdowns.I am doing a slight revamp of his legs and body so they are more "form fitting." The shoulders and hips had a tendency to split a bit if put under too much pressure. Krukoa is pretty heavy, and he is 5 feet long nose to tail. I hope that this revamp will capture the effect I was originally going for in this moc, as well as adding more poseability. I've been working on a design for a self supporting tail, so we'll see how it goes :)