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Bio-Mech . "Fusion Complete, System Stable" . This is an odd moc for me as it's origins don't really explain the outcome of this build. With everyone wanting me to build a Jaeger from Pacific Rim after I posted my Knifehead, I decided I wanted to make my own Kaiju variant after my countless failures at trying to make movie ones. The legs here are digit-grade (dinosaur, chicken leg style) as they were meant to be for a Kaiju monster. The body wasn't going very Kaiju-ish so it got changed to this sort of robot being that also has an organic feel to it, hence the name 'Bio-Mech'. A last minute decision was to include a tubing eye, styled after seeing it on mocs from Lord Oblivion. I actually requested critique on a previous version of this moc where the legs had large, splayed toes (Kaiju). Overal I'm quite happy with this moc as it's not something I could actually see myself thinking of making as this was more of a 'happy accident'. I also like the fact that this moc, even though has lots of detailing like on the lower legs, is also one of my more clean cut designs.

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