Friday, 30 May 2014
The latest Iron build between 6kyubi6 and Onosendai2600 rages on, and one of my favorite entries so far is this elf archer by 6kyubi6. Unfortunately, sharing is restricted on the photo, so y'all are going to have to make "the jump" if you want to see this awesome creation. There is lots of NPU going on on it, my favorite is the snowshoe for the armguard. Click here to see it!
Posted by Unknown at 10:39
Thursday, 15 May 2014
Sure, our last post was a dragon, but I think it'd be a crime to overlook this one. The brilliant husband/wife team of Sean and Steph Mayo recently took part in yet another round of the Iron Builder, where two participants (or pairs of) battle against each other using their MOCing skills as their weapons, having to use a certain piece in each build. My favourite entry from Sean and Steph was, without a doubt, this dragon, which is probably the best I've ever seen. The parts usage here is phenomenal. I mean, who else would have thought to use lifejackets for the neck of a dragon? Unbelievable! Another thing I love is the mix of lime green and chrome parts, which looks amazing. Heck, it's all amazing.
Wednesday, 14 May 2014
While Bionicle was still around, I was an avid fan. I'm very glad to see there are lots of fans still around keeping the theme alive since its being cancelled in 2010, and Pate-Keetongu is a pillar of the movement. He brings us yet another awesome-looking Toa ( Elite elemental warrior for non-Bionicle geeks), decked out in awesome banners and bristling with spears. Read more about this awesome dude on his blog
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Monday, 12 May 2014
...for NEVER posting anymore (well, except Ian)! I, for one, am extremely busy revising for my 26 GCSE exams, which started today, and I know that Ignacio is also working hard. Ian is...just being Ian! Seriously, we'll all try to blog more of the awesome creations we see every day, but we can't promise anything. Bear with us, and thanks for the support.
Tuesday, 6 May 2014
Mark Erickson has always been excellent at building dragons. Look at Raovilltur Skrimsli, which is in fact only his 3rd. A great follow-up to his Cyricus the Mighty, this 2-headed beast, which will be appearing in his and his brother's 2nd volume of their series The Anselm Saga, somehow draws me in and intimidates me with its realistic and organic feel.
Posted by Unknown at 08:45