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2015 Brick Built Figure Challenge: Poketto Domo & Poketto Han Domo
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You thought I was done making Domo Robots. Ahahahaha! I have a new scale to play with now, you are all doomed! Or not, I don't really know yet.
About this creation
This is my entry for the 2015 Brick Built Figure Challenge

So yet again, I have changed my mind on my entry and went with something totally different. I'm not going to tell you what this time, but I have told some people so they can create the rumors. Like last time, this also means my entry contains no mystery pieces, which were insane this year. I only had 5 of them, and then only 3 came in usable colors that I had for my original idea.



So yes, I made more Domos. Pocket Domos. Poketto Domo is based on Domo, and Poketto Han Domo is based on Han Domo, older creations of mine.



Domo and Han Domo are enemies of one another. Han Domo is basically a suped up version of Domo, except evil; hellbent on destroying him.



Sorry I don't have any comparisons. I took Domo apart forever ago. These guys are about half the size of their larger versions if that helps. I didn't even think to put a minifig next to these guys. Why didn't I grab little MCLegoboy? He hasn't starred in anything lately.



And I don't really have any story for them or why they are tiny. But I no wcan actually have these two fight one another because I always had to use the same skeleton for each bigger version of a Domo robot, so let the fun begin!



I tried to make these like the original MOCs when it came to the functions. Domo's guns can be turned around on his arms, and Han Domo's guns can move to his shoulders because they would not be able to function with the rockets on his arms.



Signature stance.





Super punch!



Han domo is a lot more interesting when it comes to details. He comes with pistols.



He even has rockets on his back and on his ankles so he can also just hover around and shoot at Domo. However, isn't that what makes heroes so compelling? Having the odds against them.



Even with lower power levels, Domo can still get a punch in!



A massive uppercut!



Domo is victorious.

If you would like to see the many good and bad things about these guys, I have a review on YouTube!




I love these micro ball joints. They made these little guys possible. That and the all the different 1x2 brackets. Life savers.



Here are all the pieces for the judges. Domo had 96 pieces and Han Domo had 101 pieces. I do have an easier way for you guys to count them though...



Just take my word for it. The math is right there.

Thanks for checking out my entry for the contest. And if I feel like going insane, I'll make Poketto versions of Suchimupanku, Sentonikku, and Josei!



Comments

 I made it 
  June 25, 2015
Quoting Lego Jim ... These are really cool. I like the way the studs showing through the clear piece makes the eyes. Awesome job.
That is more of just a happy accident. I do quite like how that happened; I just wish that there was something similar with Han Domo's eyes.
MCLegoboy !
 I like it 
Lego Jim ...
  June 24, 2015
These are really cool. I like the way the studs showing through the clear piece makes the eyes. Awesome job.
  June 7, 2015
The Dewback head always looked like an alien helmet to me. Could be a codpiece for a mech or some type of shoulder pauldron. It'd be a tough one to utilize in anything humanistic other than armor. I'll look at mine again, see what I can see. Can't wait to see what you throw our way!
 I made it 
  June 5, 2015
Quoting matt rowntRee Just straight up cool! I think the thing that adds so much life to them is that they are so similar yet so different. And it is what gives them character as opposing forces ready to do epic, yet tiny, battle. Their poses as they square off add to the equal foes. And a lovely uppercut is always a win in my book. Rock-em, sock-em robots in Lego form. Body blow, body blow, knock him out! (For all you Punch-Out fans) I’m actually astonished at how many pieces they are made of; it seems more an economical build than what it is. That’s an impressive task. I’d love to see more of their tale as they continue battling ad infinitum over reasons long since forgotten eons ago. Just equipped with a basic program to destroy each other. I approve! Excellent!
Thanks matt. And thanks for hosting the figure challenge again. Yeah, these little guys are very much like the Mini Modulars set. There are a ton of little tiny pieces. Also, I have an idea for a mystery piece. It is quite diabolical, I'm not even sure what I could use it for at the moment buuuuut... http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?P=47396 Behold! The head of a Dewback. I own one of these, and just looking at it, it has potential, but only somebody that owns it can actually understand its potential.
 I made it 
  June 5, 2015
Quoting Oliver Becker Hello M.C.! There's much action in your MOC and a great functional variability! Like it! My late comment is neither a lack of interest nor a sign of unkindlyness: I stopped commenting here after the end of the contest, because one of my votings doesn't appear over 2-3 days!? Thought, no comments will go now... In anyway, good luck in the contest!
Thanks. You probably said one word that got flagged and it was probably something very simple and for the most part harmless. MOCpages is funny like that. For example, you can say, "balloon," you can even just say, "ball," but as soon as the word is made plural; BAM; flagged. Even when contextually there is nothing wrong with what you said. You may have also just had a bit of a translation problem and a word got flagged, since I see you are from Germany. If it ever happens that your comment did not appear right away, go to your homepage and check out the "Your Comments" section. There will be some text in orange that says your comment is being processed. So unless you are a foul-mouthed sailor, you should still be able to comment everywhere just fine.
 I made it 
  June 5, 2015
Quoting Topsy Creatori Great pose-ability in such poketto size! :)
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist They're back! Nice work, love the flexibility and dynamic posing.
Thanks. I really like these micro ball-joints now that I finally had enough to do something with them.
Quoting Oran Cruzen A great work of Lego "Brick Built Figure" creationism!
"Brick Built Figure" is indeed correct. There is not a single unmodified brick in either of these guys. There are slope bricks, some headlight bricks, and some bricks with a stud on the side, but not a single regular brick. The rest are all plates and tiles and modified versions of those, too. Thanks.
 I like it 
  June 5, 2015
A great work of Lego "Brick Built Figure" creationism!
 I like it 
  June 5, 2015
They're back! Nice work, love the flexibility and dynamic posing.
 I like it 
  June 5, 2015
Just straight up cool! I think the thing that adds so much life to them is that they are so similar yet so different. And it is what gives them character as opposing forces ready to do epic, yet tiny, battle. Their poses as they square off add to the equal foes. And a lovely uppercut is always a win in my book. Rock-em, sock-em robots in Lego form. Body blow, body blow, knock him out! (For all you Punch-Out fans) I’m actually astonished at how many pieces they are made of; it seems more an economical build than what it is. That’s an impressive task. I’d love to see more of their tale as they continue battling ad infinitum over reasons long since forgotten eons ago. Just equipped with a basic program to destroy each other. I approve! Excellent!
 I like it 
  June 5, 2015
Hello M.C.! There's much action in your MOC and a great functional variability! Like it! My late comment is neither a lack of interest nor a sign of unkindlyness: I stopped commenting here after the end of the contest, because one of my votings doesn't appear over 2-3 days!? Thought, no comments will go now... In anyway, good luck in the contest!
 I like it 
  May 31, 2015
Great pose-ability in such poketto size! :)
 I made it 
  May 30, 2015
Quoting David Roberts I like how the two figures become more and more exploded in the last photos.
Exploded? Whatever you mean, thanks.
Quoting Damon Corso Nice work on these MC! I love them in flight mode! Good luck!
Quoting Mark McPeek Haha, awesome!
Thanks guys.
 I made it 
  May 30, 2015
Quoting Clayton Marchetti Alright Rock em Sock em robots! You knocked his block off! Awesome figures MCLegoboy! A brave move not to use the mystery pieces. Best of luck in the contest!
I did it last year. But yeah, Rock'em and Sock'em! There's even the correct colors which I didn't realize until now.
MCLegoboy !
Matt Bace
  May 29, 2015
Awesome! I love the pose-ability of these guys.
MCLegoboy !
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Keith Goldman
  May 29, 2015
Even though its already been mentioned, the differing poses are a nice feature. I kind of wish they looked a little different, but I understand why they don't. Great job, and good luck in the contest.
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Haha, awesome!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Nice work on these MC! I love them in flight mode! Good luck!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Alright Rock em Sock em robots! You knocked his block off! Awesome figures MCLegoboy! A brave move not to use the mystery pieces. Best of luck in the contest!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
I like how the two figures become more and more exploded in the last photos.
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Keith Goldman Even though its already been mentioned, the differing poses are a nice feature. I kind of wish they looked a little different, but I understand why they don't. Great job, and good luck in the contest.
They are definitely related characters because of that. I also considered going with one that looks more different but it becomes an issue of pieces not existing in the colors you need them to be. I had considered making the Steampunk one (Suchimupanku) but that would have put the part count over the top. Oh well. Next year will be 300 pieces anyway and he'll want 5 figures. What are we going to do then but have to make them all look alike?
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Stephan Niehoff Really nice guys both. The parts that you are using are well mixed, a bit of everything :) And not just simple figures have you done... no can move well also.I say this: Perfect
Thanks. I don't know what to say. That comment is too perfect for even a decent reply.
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Scott Bourgeois These robots rock! Good luck in the contest!
Thanks
Quoting Commander Knox Awesome Domo's. Doing what MCLegoboy does best!
Meh. They're passable. :)
 I made it 
  May 29, 2015
Quoting Matt Bace Awesome! I love the pose-ability of these guys.
Quoting Aaron Gomez (Finn Tegotash) Really cool! The transformations and posability really made these guys grow on me as I looked through the pictures.
Quoting Mister Lego ~ Great job! These guys look pretty good at this scale, and much more flexible.
Thanks. Much better than the bigger versions. The arms and legs don't flop about on these guys.
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Really nice guys both. The parts that you are using are well mixed, a bit of everything :) And not just simple figures have you done... no can move well also.I say this: Perfect
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Awesome Domo's. Doing what MCLegoboy does best!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Great job! These guys look pretty good at this scale, and much more flexible.
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
These robots rock! Good luck in the contest!
 I like it 
  May 29, 2015
Really cool! The transformations and posability really made these guys grow on me as I looked through the pictures.
 
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