First when I looked at it (at Eurobricks) I thought it looked a bit, well, skeletal. But as Zorro said, the arrow quiver takes away the focus on the technical parts. What I like the most with them is how poseable they are and that they are in the "right size" (about the same size as the official horses). Excellent. =)
Quoting Commander Jaller
@hopeso 009; Hmm..are you sure you don't know him? From Eurobricks.. Maybe from a comment in some of your Star Wars figure MOC topics? It's been a while ago..
Also, I am General Magma [on EB]
I have just checked back Eurobrick. If you are General Magma, I would like to say thank you for your kind comments here and at Eurobrick.
Awesome!!! I love mythical creatures, and you've made the Centaur's legs very poseable. It looks just like Centaur!!! Then again, nothing really looks....forget that part. You should make a horse using the same design, it would be pretty cool. Annoying...unposable...LegoŽ...horse...
Thanks a lot, YES I am always hoping to share my creation intruction with all of you (later I will make it, please wait). For this centaur, I am shame that this is the 3rd to 4th times I try to build a centaur. As long as my building technique improves, the centaur gets more and more closer to the one I always think of (the Narnia's and Harry Potter's one, both have the same size as a cavalry). I had tried to use cone to replace the leg's halfpin...but not as good as I think. So I keep it this way like now. Thanks for suggestion anyway. Thanks again to all of you...^_^
May 21, 2009
I love horses. I am obsessed, and this is really realastic.