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3rd Generation Titan Beast - Rasidon . The third in the line of my giant titan beasts. I included my Takanuva in this for size comparison :) . So I finally got round to making a new titan beast :) I am very very pleased with the way it turned out, and I even managed to stick to a basic colour scheme which I failed to do on my last two. So here it is. Rasidon, my titan beast of doom. Here's a look down at it from the top: And from the side, eyeing up the much smaller Takanuva: The head of the beast, open. I'm quite proud of my head (don't...just, don't...): And closed: The belly of the beast: The tail. I like this tail. It's a little too heavy to stay off the ground for more than a few seconds, but I'm willing to let looks be victor on this occasion: View from the side: And a shot to show how the leg joints/hinges work. I would have put another couple in for added strength but I ran out of the hyrdraulic friction piston things: He's a big wee beasty. And big wee beastys get very hungry very quickly: My favorite photo of Rasidon, also showing off my new foot design's flexibility: I'm particularly proud of my feet on this one. I managed to get pistoned and poseable toes with a joint in the middle (also pistoned) for full and almost realistic mobility, and still retain structural integrity to support the weight of the whole thing! And still making it look pretty cool if I do say so myself: Slaying the beast - beast vs. Toa, Toa win:

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