Warning! The following text may creep you out if you are under ten years old!!!
It was once a friendly, colorful, innocent creature living in a wonderful land ... then one year a plague hit and food became sparse. The creature managed at first, converting to meat to better survive. But then even prey became scarce. And a month after that, all the other animals had eaten each other, and there was nothing left, not a single scrub and not a single scrap of meat. The creature went without food from then, for over another month. It was about to despair when a lonely traveler appeared in the distance. Drained of strength, the animal somehow found the will to attack the man, and swallowed him whole. But the man cursed the creature, and it slowly transformed into a raging monster dark as the night. Now it is forced to do horrible things to anybody it sees and can not control itself. And so, the Conscience remains in immortal peril, never to die, never to control it's body, and tortured by the endless thought that it is killing against it's will.
On to some pictures...
...Scare 'ya? No? Aw…
Sorry for the blurry picture... It doesn't look as scary when it's not staring at you, does it?
From the other side…
My attempt at Black Fantasy. I think it turned out really nicely, though some glory always goes away in the pictures. I used the technic tracks to make the body six-sided, a technique that comes in handy for anything from buildings over lightsaber hilts to monsters.
So, I made this a wile ago. I even posted it, but I had very bad lightning then, and it got no comments or likes.
I didn't think this creature had earned that, so I'm now re-posting it. I also added a new bottom from last time, but didn't add the pics, because they were blurry. Anywho, I hope you liked it!
EDIT: I just took this guy apart: He has 196 parts and would have probably sold for 20 to 25 dollars if he was on official Lego set. He used 42 Track links... I'll miss him. I kept him standing for over half a year... The Conscience is the best figure I ever made out of Lego. These pictures do it no justice.
the use of tire track things is brilliant, this is amazing, keep up the good work! I already commented on one of the creations you told me too, so if you don't mind I will comment on a different one of your creations. Epic Job!!!