The Xenohk is a very special breed of Bohrok created by the leorraptor genetic laboratories as a effective way to control colonies on far away sistems. The breed consists on a perfect mixture of bohrok and xenomorph DNA, the results are quite satisfactory, the resulting species is much more controlable than the xenomorphs and a thousand times more effective than the bohroks in “cleanning”.
This is my crown’s jewel, the articulation is amazing, the size is much larger than any other of my MOCs and, even though it’s hard to pose, I’d say this is my best MOC yet.
I first came up with this MOC after finishing the Alien: Isolation game and I made a quite accurate xenomorph, but I lacked fingers for the hands so I took a different route. I personally call this one Jenny, because that’s the name I called the xenomorph in the videogame and I got stuck with it, mainly because it made it less scary (now I really understand youtubers).
This… thing… is a very powerfull and angry spirit trapped in an ancient amulet, it’s origin remain unknown, it can be summoned either by the temple in okoto where the amulet was or when a very angered individual bears the amulet and it can be relatively controled. The being returns to it’s amulet form as soon as the anger that gives him power dissipates.
this moc started with the mask, I decided to use it to make something similar to the unknown entity in Tomb Raider Legend and I think I did a prety frikin’ good job, also the torso was really amusing to build and the lack of legs doesn’t look as bad as I thought.
Hugh Bonneville, star of ‘Downton Abbey’, 'Mr Stink’ and 'Paddington’, has kindly donated his family Lego collection to Hampshire County Council’s New Milton library, thanks to a conversation with library staff.
Staff at New Milton library heard Hugh on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, admitting that he needed to sort through the vast Lego collection, and knew they could help him out.
The Lego bricks will be enjoyed by 4-11 year olds at the popular Construction Club, which will be held fortnightly from September, in New Milton Library.
Councillor Andrew Gibson, Hampshire County Council’s Executive Member for Culture, Recreation and Countryside, said: “The library staff got in touch with Hugh, and it was a pleasant surprise when they received a call to set up a date to pay them a visit. We’re very grateful that Hugh could come down with the family Lego and I know the staff and children at New Milton library were thrilled to meet him.”
Construction Clubs are a popular feature at many libraries throughout Hampshire, giving children an opportunity to make new friends, develop their motor skills and have fun by turning their ideas into reality with Lego and Duplo. Many operate on a drop-in basis, so no need to book ahead. New Milton’s club will run every other Thursday from 4.30pm to 6pm from September. If you know any budding architects, engineers, or anyone who wants to join in the fun, your local library will have all the details.
Children can also sign up to this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, the Big Friendly Read at Hampshire libraries, and join over 21,000 children who are reading six books to get a medal and a certificate, by 18 September. Those children who finish the Summer Reading Challenge will also be given the chance to design a brand new library card which will be used by thousands of children across all Hampshire libraries.
I’m going to briefly put production the documentary “The Constraction Movie” on hiatus because I’m going to change and streamline some things so it’s more efficient, but don’t worry, the constraction movie will still be made