Hey, people. Long time no post. This is my first self moc ever,and I have finally gotten around to posting some pics of it. Thank you for visiting and please feel free to comment and criticize!
About this creation
So, I will be brief in my writing for this guy (if I wasn't enough already).
Lets start with the little one in red!
Title(s): Rahi Boy, shrimp, freak,etc.
Moc Status: Built
Bio: Alomar is a (former) resident of a village on the island of Nambu Nui. born from protodermis without any mask or elemental power, Alomar was mocked and ridiculed for these difference, wich caused him to alienate himself from the other matoran. When the village is suddenly attacked by the oppresive government/nation that rules the island, Alomar unintentionally activates an ancient battle machine, which will change his life forever. for more on Alomar's story, read my storyline Tytainia Machina.
Now for the giant grey behemoth you see here!
Species: unknown mechanical sentience
Occupation: bounty hunting, extermination, elimination
Title(s): monster, giant, behemoth. The Grey Mountain, The Black Death,
Moc Status: Built
Fourth wallpaper: I cannot count how many times I look at other boi-moccers' self mocs and come away unsatisfied. Not that the designs people come up with are un-satisfactory. Some of them are quite incredible and elaborate, and the stories people come up with are also entertaining. However, I cannot seem to get over the fact that using the "toa" concept for a self moc is Vastly overdone, and to me, has become an actual stereotype. So, in order to distinguish myself from the "norm", I did what few people have been crazy enough to do and build a giant poseable robot that not only serves as a character in itself but also as a vehicle for much smaller individuals.
WHOAH!!! That big guy is...well...crazy big! Those double-ball-joint elbow joints look wicked. They look like they'd give it increased range of motion over a standard hinge joint. For some reason, though, I almost like the little red guy better. It has way more personality, I think. Great job on both builds.