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Another MOC from me, and this time, it's under the Hero Factory name. This is Tumbler, former hero, now renowned villain, and ready to smash some faces!
About this creation
Joey Tumbler:
Joey Tumbler is a Hero Factory designed Hero who made his way onto the wanted list. He is extremely sensative and short tempered, even before he became a criminal. Despite his appearance, Tumbler is very agile and a formidable fighter, using his weight to his advantage.

Tumbler was designed in response to the sucess of Duncan Bulk as a strong Hero. he was supposed to be a "Heavy-duty Hero" for serious situations, made to endure the harshest of physical requirements. However, the issue was that Joey was unable to work with his own weight, and also, his appearance was that of a fat man. While Hero Factory later perfected the Heavy-duty Hero, Tumbler was left as he was.

Over time, he learned to work with his body, using his weight as a weapon against his enemies. However, he still had to cope with the teasing he faced from the rest of his teamates, which he took in good spirit at first, but after a while it began to grate on him. He still had one friend to help him, though; the team pilot Sanah Torch. However, during the "Savage Planet" mission, Joey's team was sent to Quadros to back up the Alpha Team. However, the team was called back, and they accidently left Tumbler stranded. Joey, who believed that it was a prank pulled by Sanah, who was piloting the ship, was enraged. When they came back for him, he was gone.

Tumbler was seen on a couple of occasions after that, performing several criminal acts, on the most recent ocasion with a large tank like vehicle which he had named "The Beast." Hero Factory has been unable to aprehend him.

Tumbler's exact location is unknown, but it is believed that he is still wandering around the Makuhero Belt. Hero Teams are still looking for him.


Here he is! Nothing too complicated, though I did put a lot of work into that torso. It's actually quite hard to design a belly like that, though the design itself, once figured out, is quite simple.

The Back. Yeah, I know, but, whatever.







Decking Evo.

Beating Kunar.

Height Comparison with the Furno Jet Machine.

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Here is The Beast! Well, this was originally designed to be a Segway, but I ended up doing a four wheeled thing. So this thing ended up being pretty made-up, but hopefully you guys should like it.

Profile view.

Guns out :3

Tumbler riding the Beast!

The back.

Height comparison with the Jet Machine again.

Windbird vs Tumbler

Tumbler and Dread together.


That's all folks!



Comments

 I like it 
  September 22, 2014
I actually really like the body design with the armoring and the little "belly" stomach ! :) I don't mind the back at all, it's simple but well covered. Not a big fan of the vehicle but it's not bad at all. It's believable enough and it has a few weapons so it looks useful enough. :) I like these together.
 I made it 
  September 21, 2014
Quoting L.A. Miranda Non non non non! I was refering to Friends, the sitcom, not the LEGO theme, dear xD About the tank idea, you could try to go for something like... a battering ram? It would look great with the face and the horns of the beast. =D
Ahh, okay then, sorry bout that XD y'know, that does actually seem like a pretty cool idea, I might try that
  September 20, 2014
Non non non non! I was refering to Friends, the sitcom, not the LEGO theme, dear xD About the tank idea, you could try to go for something like... a battering ram? It would look great with the face and the horns of the beast. =D
 I made it 
  September 17, 2014
Quoting L.A. Miranda I actually enjoy both of these MOCs a lot, but I wouldn't be honest if I don't say that that's strangest thing I have seen called "The Beast", dear. I mean, what's that? Ghost Rider Shopping Mall version? xDD Anyways, the MOCs look so cool. The concept and story are unique and I love them. Joey (A pun to the Friends' character?) has an interesting color scheme and you armored him pretty well, so he's a great creation. Except for the Technic hump, you should try to solve that. "The Beast"... It looks amazing for something "made-up". I would try to give another chance to the segway idea, but if not, my suggestion would be to quite those tails with the Matatu. They aren't needed and don't contribute to the appealing of the MOC, in my opinion. But oh well, this pair are wonderful creations, both in originality and design. Great work, dear! <3
Thanks. Ghost Rider shopping mall version? that sounds awesome! Yeah, I was planning on redoing that at some point, maybe doing a full blown tank thing? I'm not sure whether I'd be able to do that, though. I didn't know that there was a friends character called Joey, I don't really follow the other themes that much. The technic hump looks off to me too, but that's actually a stripped down version from the original design, I can't make that any smaller without having the neck being really wiggly. Still, thanks for the comment man! :D
 I made it 
  September 17, 2014
Quoting L.A. Miranda
Thanks LA! Ghost Rider Shopping Mall version? That sounds awesome! :D I'm afraid I don't really know about the Friends' stuff (I assume you're talking about the lego line, but the same applies for the sitcom/soap opera/whatever it is), so I guess that's a missed oppertunity XD) Yeah, I had been working on getting rid of the hump, but that was about as small as I could make it before it started becoming unstable. Yeah, I might change up the Beast, as that seemed to get a "meh" from most people, I dunno what I'm going to make it instead, but I'll work on it :P Thanks for the comment! :D
 I made it 
  September 17, 2014
Quoting RaptorTalon The Hero factory nutcase Another great Moc Wertman. I love the Way you did the gut.
Thanks man!
 I made it 
  September 17, 2014
Quoting Toa Chains Nice to see a HF moc again! They both look nice. I actually like the beast! It's quite unique. I also like Tumbler He has a nice colour scheme and his back looks really nice! My only problem is that I don't really like his fat stomach. I just don't think it really fits in and was done better on Mordath. Although it's still a great moc! Can't wait for more stuff!
Glad you like it! I'm sorry that you're not a fan of the tummy, I actually quite like it myself, but I'll see if I can make it look any better.
 I made it 
  September 17, 2014
Quoting [ Chro ] Not feelin' the Beast, but I like Tumbler quite a bit.
Thanks Chro :)
  September 5, 2014
Another great Moc Wertman. I love the Way you did the gut.
 I like it 
  September 5, 2014
Nice to see a HF moc again! They both look nice. I actually like the beast! It's quite unique. I also like Tumbler He has a nice colour scheme and his back looks really nice! My only problem is that I don't really like his fat stomach. I just don't think it really fits in and was done better on Mordath. Although it's still a great moc! Can't wait for more stuff!
 I like it 
  September 4, 2014
Not feelin' the Beast, but I like Tumbler quite a bit.
 I like it 
  September 4, 2014
I actually enjoy both of these MOCs a lot, but I wouldn't be honest if I don't say that that's strangest thing I have seen called "The Beast", dear. I mean, what's that? Ghost Rider Shopping Mall version? xDD Anyways, the MOCs look so cool. The concept and story are unique and I love them. Joey (A pun to the Friends' character?) has an interesting color scheme and you armored him pretty well, so he's a great creation. Except for the Technic hump, you should try to solve that. "The Beast"... It looks amazing for something "made-up". I would try to give another chance to the segway idea, but if not, my suggestion would be to quite those tails with the Matatu. They aren't needed and don't contribute to the appealing of the MOC, in my opinion. But oh well, this pair are wonderful creations, both in originality and design. Great work, dear! <3
 I made it 
  September 4, 2014
Quoting Sean /EMMSixteenA4 Love Tumbler himself, and I actually like the back- looks like a backpack or something - I'm not very big on the vehicle. I don't like how wide it is, and think it would have been better off with two wheels. Not quite sure how to critique vehicles though :P
Thanks! Yeah, I don't really know how to build vehicles either, so it's fine :p Yeah, it was originally designed as a two wheeler, but issues with balance made me add the extra two. Thanks for the comment!
 I made it 
  September 4, 2014
Quoting Defiant Banana Another short masterpiece.
Thanks :3
 I like it 
  September 4, 2014
Love Tumbler himself, and I actually like the back- looks like a backpack or something - I'm not very big on the vehicle. I don't like how wide it is, and think it would have been better off with two wheels. Not quite sure how to critique vehicles though :P
 I like it 
  September 4, 2014
Another short masterpiece.
 
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