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I tried making a Bionicle on two wheels, but I didn't like the end product. So I tried making a tank-like robot, but I didn't like that either. Eventually I put them together and this is what I got. This is also one of my few creations that supports, for the most part, a constant color scheme
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Side view. One of the trickiest parts about this build was finding a way to allow the small, back wheels to spin freely and independent of each other while also keeping on level with the big, front wheel.

The back is not complicated at all as it supports very little armor.

I guess this would be considered attack mode with all four arms splayed out.

While messing around with him, I discovered that he can collapse down and form a three wheeled car; reminds me of crumplezone from Transformers. Through some modifications, I gave the vehicle a second head and made it so that the wheels could spin easily without any interference from the bulk of the body.

Side view of car. the front wheel is actually poseable.

Back view. the trike head is folded down and out of view, and the pipes that where used for decoration in trike mode are now put into proper use.

And here's a size comparison with Splitface.

I'll try to keep the uploads coming. See ya soon.

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