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Vertigus by Monarth Vertigus by Monarth
*looks around* Seems to be safe here. I don't think my opponent's here.

Anyway, this is my Bio Cup 2012 Finals entry against ~Greeblimus and Nick V (I don't know whether Nick has a da account)

The theme was to make our very best creation to date and on my behalf I feel successful. This definitely is one of my best works what comes to the size, structure, detail and functionality.

The round's still on for 1 more week, so I only put this moc only for now to be seen here, as I don't want Nick V to see what I've done yet to improve his own entry, whether or whether not it'll be similar.

This guy's called Vertigus. He is of the species called colossus, whose concept I created a few years ago. I've planned a bit of a background for him, but that'll be on the actual mocpages upload later this week. Colossus' are some of my favorite moc types to build, the experience never seems to fail me and this is my 6th colossus to date.

I definitely hope I will do better this time in the finals. Wish me luck!

Update:
The gallery is up now on mocpages: [link]
Go give him so love and ratings! ^_^
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:iconbioniclemaniac223:
bioniclemaniac223 Apr 5, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
buffy arms baby
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:iconbioflare:
lovin dat head
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:iconsynax444:
Thats amazing. Where do you get parts to create such a beastly model? Can someone point me to a link? I know nothing about these but they are insanely fascinating, and look extremely fun to put together, it is no doubt an art form to be able to build one of these from scratch. Great work!
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:iconmonarth:
I used to collect the Lego Bionicle series through the years of its existence and these days possess over 100 of the sets. To get a better collection of parts I began using Bricklink. It's an excellent site to get lego parts.

I can guarantee, building these IS fun and definitely a less respected form of art.
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:iconsynax444:
Wow, I totally recognized the style of lego but couldn't remember what it was called, I had a few Bionicle sets myself, and they were fun as hell! Thats awesome man, thanks a lot for the info, I am definitely going to check that site out and get some! It is indeed an under rated form of art.
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:icontnt53:
You, my friend, have created sheer greatness! :D
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:icongyromanx:
gyromanX Dec 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
hes flipping me off...
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bioghosty4 Jun 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
how the hell did you do this!!!??
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:iconmonarth:
As easily as I do all my other works. It all begins with a simple idea or two - in this case, his torso structure, spike-collar-thing and the wrist weapons - which I base the creation on and then expand to the rest of the bodyparts through experimenting and also utilizing ideas that come along the way. With enough of idea flow, I can finish a moc like this in 2 days. =)
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bioghosty4 Jun 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
ok
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