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The Beeesh - Build your dreams - 26 inches tall - Custom eye lights by HiTechnic.
About this creation


Jersey City Artist Studio Tour 2006 - Lex Leonard Gallery



Kids Kingdom - Watchung Reservation - Mountainside NJ - August 5th 2007







Family Fun Day - June 10th 2006 - Historic Museum Hoboken New Jersey







The Beeesh @ 111 1st. Street Jersey City - New Jersey

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  July 25, 2010
hello Eric.....u r outstanding,mastermind,genious and ????? out of words
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  March 6, 2010
I've looked at all of your creations; they're all beyond insane, this one is no exception.
Eric Sophie
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Benjamin Mcmillan
  August 6, 2009
WOW this is really good. What did you use for the joints to move? How long did it take?
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  August 6, 2009
Quoting Benjamin Mcmillan WOW this is really good. What did you use for the joints to move? How long did it take?
Thank you! The ankles, knees and elbows use the large Robo Rider style gear boxes with a z8 to z40 gear combo. The z40's use technic pins to bind them to the studded beams. This keeps the weight on the z40's, not the worm drive. The shoulders and hips use worm driven Technic Turntables. Construction dates: 12-25-04 to 01-05-05
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  August 6, 2009
This is epic! Can you check out my ten inch mech? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/138425 Thanks, -DL-
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  August 6, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio Thanks dude, I need to make sure because they cost quite a bit on BS :) Does the turntable click like the AT-AT joint or does it spin freely?
Hey!, A Technic Turntable rotates freely and needes a worm gear to be positionable. They are becoming increasingly rare!
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  August 6, 2009
wow, those joints are really complicated! my biggest walker isn't even 2ft and isn't nearly as complicated as this. this is a true work of art.
  August 6, 2009
Thanks dude, I need to make sure because they cost quite a bit on BS :) Does the turntable click like the AT-AT joint or does it spin freely?
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  August 5, 2009
Well finally you got around to posting Eric. Anyway Great work the whole creation is incredibly detailed and the name is very original ;-)
 I made it 
  August 5, 2009
Quoting Yuri Fassio I have a technical question: did you use the technic turntable assembly http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?P=2856c01 for its shoulder? How did it perform with that weight? I ask because I'm bulding a 3 ft tall mecha and Bionicle pistons just can't cut it. You can answer anywhere on my page, I'd be grateful.
Hello! Yes at this scale you need to use heavy duty joints. The Technic Turntable is one solution. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=1053561 You need stud less "L" beams to mate the worm gear to the teeth on the Turntable. http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?i=2392871 Take a look around some of my galleries on Brickshelf. Let me know if you need more help. I will be glad to share what I know. Good Luck!
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  August 2, 2009
I have a technical question: did you use the technic turntable assembly http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?P=2856c01 for its shoulder? How did it perform with that weight? I ask because I'm bulding a 3 ft tall mecha and Bionicle pistons just can't cut it. You can answer anywhere on my page, I'd be grateful.
 I made it 
  August 2, 2009
Quoting Manuel K ferocious! I hope you understand I can't comment on all your biomechanics... though they're all totally amazing. (ok, I'll take a look on your second creations page... you impress me with every single one)
Its cool, just glad you enjoyed seeing what I have done.
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  August 2, 2009
Quoting Moodswim . I agree with Jason Corlett: you're an amazing builder and haven't gotten that many comments. Makes me sad:( Anyway, this thing is scary looking and very well-designed. I love the eyes.
That's ok, I made this a while ago and I guess some people have seen it before. Glad I added the Beeesh to MOCpages!
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  August 1, 2009
I agree with Jason Corlett: you're an amazing builder and haven't gotten that many comments. Makes me sad:( Anyway, this thing is scary looking and very well-designed. I love the eyes.
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  August 1, 2009
ferocious! I hope you understand I can't comment on all your biomechanics... though they're all totally amazing. (ok, I'll take a look on your second creations page... you impress me with every single one)
 I like it 
  July 11, 2009
you are way too underrated! seriously the most ratings you've ever gotten is 26 and that isn't even a MOC! your one of the best builders i've ever seen on mocpages. you definitely deserve more attention then your getting. Anyway i think this is amazing. you did a really really good job on it. keep up the great work!
  June 4, 2009
o.k. i just rated all of your creations,well right here and now anyways 10/10 for all of them!
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  June 1, 2009
Your best (to me). I was able to make a 31.9 inch technic/bionicle giant (fully poseable) http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/106618 but it's not near the coolness of this guy here.
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  February 8, 2009
Quoting Sebeus I those eyes...nice, good job on its claws
Hey Sebeus, thanks! The eyes have two sets of canopies, one behind the other, plus custom LEDs in 2x2 bricks from HiTechnic.
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  February 8, 2009
Quoting Daniel Gran I really like this creation of yours. I first saw it a while ago at BrickShelf, and I was totally amazed with the details and how you did all the joints. You truly are a LEGO master!
Thank you sir, we are all Lego Masters here! Yourself included!
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  February 8, 2009
those eyes...nice, good job on its claws
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  February 4, 2009
I really like this creation of yours. I first saw it a while ago at BrickShelf, and I was totally amazed with the details and how you did all the joints. You truly are a LEGO master!
Eric Sophie
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CC-7576 "Rex"
  February 2, 2009
In my opinion this is your best one, I just love the head, but for sure the rest is fantastic, too. Man you have a lot of useful pieces for mechs.
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  February 2, 2009
Quoting CC-7576 "Rex" In my opinion this is your best one, I just love the head, but for sure the rest is fantastic, too. Man you have a lot of useful pieces for mechs.
Hey thanks, I keep wanting to get back in to building heads like this again, maybe some time I will!
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  January 27, 2009
Quoting Xiazeran . This one's obviously your favorite, it's your 'buddy logo'. It's always interesting to see what a builder's favorite creation of their own is. I guess it's like seeing a tangible version of their thinking process or something.
I do like this one and it has become one of my signature mecha, however I guess I like how it can be used for graphics, so that is why I used it so much. Still one of my favs though you are right.
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  January 21, 2009
Quoting Ben Kauffman The head and hands really stand out to me on this one, I like the claws, they really look good on this guy. And isn't that the best thing about building with LEGO? You get to turn the things of your imaginaiton in to physical and tangible things! It's awesome :)
The one question I always get from people when they see the Beeesh is, are those LEGO too? (reffering to the fingers) I say, yep! Those are dinosaur tails, and they always say, Oh ya! Even if they never saw those parts before. This is a very solid model. Well except for the head, and the feet can come off kinda easy. Stands really well though.
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  January 21, 2009
The head and hands really stand out to me on this one, I like the claws, they really look good on this guy. And isn't that the best thing about building with LEGO? You get to turn the things of your imaginaiton in to physical and tangible things! It's awesome :)
 
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