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Basics for Hollow Ribcage . The basics for a hollow torso to help Shadow of the Raven build his Ultimate MOC. . I used 6+3 liftarms for my Grond, instead of 7+2, but I don't have any left. These will do... The straight liftarm (blue in the pic) can be of any length you need (as well as the axles), but you'll need a flexible abdomen, or your MOC will look like a mannequin. If a 6+3 or 7+2 liftarm creates an overlarge chest, try using symmetric 7 holes "V" shaped ones. Voilą. Add as many ribs you want :) This is Grond's ribcage Also, this helped in the making of Phipson's C.U.N.T.

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