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- Daily Feature 07 11, 2009
- Frontpaged August 28, 2009
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Created this a while back. I have it on my desk mostly as a reminder that I have a big story to tell.
Mindchamber is created with Sculptey Clay, Bionicle parts, and these cool "Friction" pistons from lego.
The lights in the eyes and chest are courtesy of Wade, who took the time to wire them together.
Originally he was fully poseable, but the nine volt in his chest added even more weight to his immense torso. So I reinforced the pistons connecting to his chest and legs with springs, and locked his heel in place. So while he is still semi poseable, he cant crouch all the way down or pose in a running position like he used to. The little boy was done in scupltey as well.
heres a thread tracking the progress:
It isnt the best figure ever but not bad for my first go around. The imperfections actually add to Mindchamber's steampunk design. This wouldnt work for Intraface (Mindchambers' more advanced copy) So I would need to get much better before tackling him.