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JCZ Junkbot Fighter


I made this robot figurine for a friends birthday.
Things I used:
Spray can, thin cardboard, bionicle pieces, glue, wire, and paint.

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Ooooh. I love how you combined non-LEGO pieces with LEGO pieces in order to create an iconic, unforgettable design. Digging the deco alterations you made to the pieces, too. It matches the "canister body" perfectly, and it looks really posable!

I REALLY like the posable hands, though. That just adds another level of detail. We need more LEGO MoCs on this site.

This is cool

I am the friend who got this as a bday gift. It still remains the coolest Goddamn present I have ever had the pleasure of receiving.

Things I like about it:

1. Paint job is superb. Great weathering; skull detail is crazy good.
2. Excellent articulation in the hand. (Would never have known it was cardboard)
3. Made with love and friendship.
4. Up-cycled materials
5. It is a robot

Things that would be better:

More of them

100% Gold Sticker Rating. Would receive this present again.

You just gained yourself a fan

You should sell these! If they were safe, look a bit sharp.

But seriously awesome. It looked like a painting from the thumbnail.
Make more!

Credits & Info

4.83 / 5.00

Apr 26, 2012
3:48 PM EDT
File Info
1428 x 784 px
291.4 KB

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