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my mike wazowski
Dragon Quest monsters batch 4, including a couple newer ones from 9.
Capt. Dead. I remember this guy's name because I got to name him for DWM2.
Dragon Quest monsters batch 5.
Dinsdale, Someone needs to buy you a wizard hat, but instead of having little stars on it, it should have the word "Pro"
Seriously, these are amazing.I might post some of mine soon , their nothing compared to half the stuff in this thread though.
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Nintendo network ID : Pogocoop
Obsesive Vocaloid fan.
These dragon quest monsters are amazing! Even the ones I don't know look good.
Meowph, that's right!
Oh look! A Morphloggery.
Oh! eShop Gurus.
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Dragon Quest monsters batch 6.
These all appeared in DQ8 (may not be the first time, though).
Thanks for your kind compliments!
Saturn Devouring His Son
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Dinsdale, your Dragon Quest Formees are crazy awesome!
Humans over 5 million years in the future, from the book Man After Man by Dougal Dixon
Dragon Quest monsters batch 7.
Skincoats: Thanks! You're none too shabby yourself. Saturn's especially inspired.
Dragon Quest monsters batch 8.
Dragon Quest monsters batch 9.
Rugrats. These lumpy-headed, unruly-haired characters eat too many parts for adding bodies.
Eddy. Not enough parts to even add legs...
I was asked to make these. I have no idea what they're like or their signature sayings.
Dragon Quest monsters batch 10.With DQM Terry's Wonderland 3DS due at the end of May, SqEnix JP is simultaneously releasing a DQM Encyclopedia with over 1,500 creatures.I imagine it will be a source of inspiration.
Here's Ray Charles.He "plays" the piano while moving (his "hands" are actually feet) while the keyboard makes piano sounds.I didn't know that the striped part had that sound effect until I took Ray out and blew my mind.
I also made Elton John loosely modeled after the first Greatest Hits LP cover.Like Ray, he also "plays" the keyboard.
And here's something Japanesque to express my thanks to you for following this thread. (I'm not quitting or anything--I just wanted to say thanks.)
If anyone's wondering, everything I make uses 20 parts.More often than not I build things up and then strip away a part here, obscure a limb there and manage to meet that restriction.It's certainly like Lego the way you put parts together from random piles of parts.But to me, it's more a puzzle in which the challenge is to recreate recognizable characters with that tiny pool of parts. I've had to abandon lots of ideas as hopeless or too crappy looking, though.
I also use moving parts as much as I can.I know I can make more realistic looking arms and legs if I didn't use limb parts, for instance, but I'd rather sacrifice a little realism for the sake of motion.
Anyways, Dragon Quest monsters batch 11.
It's hard to believe this thing used only 20 parts.
And then, some deceptively simple designs end up eating so many parts, they're impossible to complete.
Oh, and Ron Swanson.
Does anyone know the requirements of all trophies?If so, respond to my post!
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Monty Python's Flying Circus.
This is supposed to have a Nazi swastika, but I didn't want to do one. The iron cross only takes four parts. A swastika costs five, if it's even possible to get the pieces lined up neatly enough.
Here is one of mine.http://img813.imageshack.us/img813/6961/hni0050u.jpg
Please scan.One of my formees cant live without you scanning it!
Edited on Mon 9th April, 2012 @ 20:38 by bboy54
I did the pikachu.
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