Check 'em out! And do NOT notice the hand sagging down on the red one!
They mostly consist of 2-3 basic color themes. First, the main color. Say you were going to do green. That green is only 1 color theme, but within that green color theme, there is also dark green, light green, lime green, trans green, or trans light green. The other color theme/themes are black and any shade of gray. These black and gray pieces are mostly the FFmissiles used in the feet, the technic connecter with stud piece, the lightsaber hilt, and any other parts you can't have in your main color theme.
The green one is rather lacking in color because all my lime green parts are on Nimbarixk. I have very few green parts to begin with, and almost all of them are lime or dark green.
For some reason, I have 30 of those light sand blue heads that you see there under the helmet....
Here are the instructions. If you have any questions, feel free to ask!
Quoting Cody G
way to use the caps lock in the smack-talk thread. I thought that deserved a comment. and these things are really good! I like how you used the helmets for shoulders. 5/5
Thanks! The helmets/shoulders thing was my favorite part about them too. I originally used black helmets & black heads, but then I realized that I had those different colored helmets from the Knights Kingdom sets, so I used those instead.
Quoting Clefspeare .
It's funny how you can slap this thing together, write a couple of sentences, and advertise for your own mech, and by doing that, you somehow get a bunch of Lego geeks talking about the weather and making you get 6th most popular MOC. Ain't life funny?.....hmmmm....I need a popularity booster. Maybe I should "build" a "MOC" called "I hate the Winter. Makes me cold." (I'm not saying you did this as a popularity booster, just saying that it's funny how talking about the weather can make you get 6th most popular MOC.)