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On a Grand Scale by Tekka-Croe On a Grand Scale by Tekka-Croe
My first "action figure scale" build. And, well, of course I had to do the Chief.
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Anzac-A1 Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012
Should've used a darker green though, the green here is too light. Only complaint, apart from the visor (should be orange, not yellow).
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Yhgi117 Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
*grabs Mega-Bloks by the scruff of the neck* "Ya see? *points at LEGO Chief* This is how you make a Master Chief. Not with those silly magnetic ball-joint thing-o's, but with good ol' bricks and pieces! Now go out there, and make something worthy of this magnificent game!

Or sell the rights to LEGO...

Great work, by the way. I look at it and see the effort put into this thing and the fact I just used up most of my pieces building a frigate from the same game, I can't build it. I know how, from looking at this, but I physically can't.

Damn. I wanna so bad...
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Arlioz Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2012
M. K. 5. All. The. Way.
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KayKove Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2009  Student General Artist
lol - no frikking way. Awesome beyond words...
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LukeDenby Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
a stop motion video with this guy would be pretty awesome
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Lavacoa Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2009
I could do that for him if he lived closer :P
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mechaplex Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2009
Now that is a piece of work. Way to go!
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E-Squid Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
May I ask as to your building methods? When you do Lego stuff, are you a "purist" (Which means you think along the line of "NO mutilation of the bricks or pieces, and if you can't fit it in or on, then you have to find a different way" while building) or does it not matter? (When building, you think "The ends justify the means" and you will cut, saw, hack, and glue the pieces together to get your end product.)
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Tekka-Croe Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009  Student Digital Artist
I've cut, filed, sanded, and painted my fair share of parts, but these are usually for specialty purposes. These things are usually accessories for minifigs, or for other small applications.

But when I'm building anything else, I generally try to do it without the modification of parts. So I'm not a purist, but I try to keep parts cutting to a minimum.
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E-Squid Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2009
So have you ever done stuff with the Technic pieces? Like... the old bionicle stuff and the ball-and-socket joints and stuff?
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