Wordman wrote:The yellow crawler cheats a little. Part of the experiment was to use some of the ball and socket pieces for joints. Not the big 2x2 Bionicle versions, but the 1x1 ball connections. They provide a great range of motion for things like hip joints. Unfortunately, they do not provide friction. I had to cheat by putting some plastic wrap inside the joint holding the gun. This works, though purists may scoff.
Wordman wrote:Next, a complex, four-leg walker build around a Big Friggin' Gun. A 32475 "Bionicle Foot with Ball Joint Socket 3 x 6 x 2 1/3" forms the body, with a number of places to hook limbs. Honestly, these didn't work as well as I'd hoped, not providing much friction, so any time you move it you have to readjust stuff. If the legs look impossible, realize that they have light saber blades at their core.
schoon wrote:If you counterbalance the weapon - by giving it a big stock or magazine - so that the ball is also the center of gravity, you might have better luck with the tricky connection...
Mantisking wrote:I've used the feet too. Although, actually as feet.
Wordman wrote:Love it.
Wordman wrote:Actually might look even better with the slightly smaller version of those feet. The pointed toes would work great in the orientation of your model.
Wordman wrote:Last, I really didn't mean to make a Marauder (or whatever the cool kids call it). I really didn't. Much less a chibi version of one. That's what I ended up with, though. Same foot part as the previous frame, with some better use of the big ball socket.
Dukayn wrote:That's tight.
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