It's been a long time. Ever since their release in 2001, Bionicle has held a special place in my heart. While browsing through old photos on my home computer, I discovered some photos of my earlier creations. These photos may not be of fantastic quality, but I hope you enjoy this peak into my past.
On another note, can someone please thoroughly explain how to embed a Youtube play bar (no video)? I have no knowledge of HTML. Thanks!
About this creation
I actually conceptualized this creation before the development of Metroid Prime: Corruption.
Toa Team 1:
Toa Team 2:
A picture I sent a good friend on his birthday.
My personal favorite of this series. It's hard to see, but there is a neon-green propeller on her back.
My other favorite. I really need to use those silver masks more often.
I know this is not a bionicle, but I felt I should include it. This is not one of my more aesthetically pleasing creations, but it still functioned well.
A personal favorite of mine, this series features six matoran-like droids. Each of these are armed with a unique firearm. In this one's case, it is armed with an SMG. I plan to revisit this series, as well as, a few of my other older creations.
My favorite of this series. I love the gun!
This jet transforms...
...into this robot. No parts are rearranged during the process.
This helicopter transforms...
...into two robots. The only part which is rearranged is the rotor; it is wielded as a weapon of sorts.
Bloodlust Berserker/Blood Butcher:
One of my earlier Gundam-inspired mechs. This creation, along with Blood Butcher, led to the creation of A-63 Wrath and Arbiter A-4 (the pinnacle of my lego-bionicle fusion creations).
I've come a long way over the past eleven years. Watching my fellow creators evolve alongside me has been a wonderful experience, and I greatly look forward to viewing your future creations and to sharing my own. Thank you all for sticking around, and for being patient in my absence. It's great to be back!
Thank you for viewing my creations. Please rate and feel free to comment. Creation and improvement suggestions are always appreciated. :)