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SMW 14: Vored . Vored's self-moc, starring in ASR. Vored was a bit annoyed that his character is a toa in the story, because Vored isn't a toa. But, as with all characters, I took some creative liberties! (archangel's a guy in my story!) . It's not too late to join in the Self-MocOff Tournament! Go join now! Well, finally got around to posting this for real, instead of just in the main character preview. On to the moc: A better view of the title pic. I have to say, He was fun to pose, besides the fact that the old balljoints with only one hole are crap, and his hand kept falling off. Oh well. Full body shot. I went for a less bulky look, like the original Vored's. Also, I kept some designs, like the chest, but used them in my own way. Really only the upper legs stayed mostly the same. A better look at the torso and upper arm. I like the upper arms, they have a great mechanical look while still keeping the same range of motion. Range of motion is an important aspect in many of my mocs, I try not to limit them more than a human's range of motion. The back. When I build somebody's self moc, I don't have a computer in my room, so I print out a pic of the full body shot. I had no idea what the original's back looked like, and I think it was better that way. The hand. Same as the original, very versatile. I love it. I can't really give credit to Vored, because everyone uses this design. Other "hand". The original plan for the story was to have three main characters, but strapped for time I consolidated two of them into one character. One was a cyborg named #2, who became part of the character with lots of guns, when I decided to give Vored (who looks sorta cyborgy) a gun hand. By the way, Demontile won the contest for making #2, he did a nice job there. I wish I could have used it. Mato as well was based off Demontile's designs. Props to you! Upper legs. Designed to hold guns. Lower legs. The brick in the shoe is to keep the shoe in place. It looks good too. Design used on Velveeta too! Pho facepalm. He has fingers! I don't get many shots like this, because I don't have many parts for fingers. "I want YOU!" I love these fingers! Epic 'Ima chargin' mah layzorz' pose. Pew pew! He also has a pistol. This took forever to make! (Jk, it's pretty fail, I don't really do guns) More pews! Oh look, even more pews! XD His larger gun, dubbed the '!VEXINATOR! BOOM CHUKA LUKA LUKA' by Super Squirtle. Oh yeah. Pew... Typical 'Vored pose' holding light. Except my fireworks trial ran dry, so I have no editing powers now. :( Since his other 'hand' is flat, he can do a handstand! First of mine that can do that. Looking just plain epic. Would be an epic poster, but it's not my self moc. This is actually the same position, just higher up. A lot more menacing look. His head doesn't tilt up much. With Luja, his companion in ASR. Comparison with Zerk. With Demonom and Entity. Gosh I love those two! (matoran) Bye! Don't forget to rate and comment! (Finally, that doesn't look stupid.)

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