Remember me? Sorry it's been so long, I've had a lot of work to do and have been really busy. I could also say I was lazy, a bit. Anyway, we have a MOC here, don't we?
This is one of my only new MOCs, as I haven't had time to MOC at all. I wanted it to look damaged, as it (well, and all the other Mech Hounds in the Mechanical Wasteland) is supposed to roam the land in the search for food, which is scarce in the region. There you go, for the explanation of its skinny look. I know I am one to make MOCs skinny, and well, I guess I pushed it to the extreme here. I got a temporary white background too, so brighter pictures for you! I'll find another fabric though, as this one makes the shadows yellow-ish when brightened. Also, on this MOC, the red pins were intentional, as I thought it added a certain "feel" to it. Maybe some of you remember, if you have ever read my descriptions (are you even reading this?) that I once said in Frankie's description that Trek had found a way to imitate the cores that are in every Mecha. Well you see, the core looks like the transorange piece on the Mech Hound's torso. Of course, it is different for every Mecha, but this is just to give you an idea. Also, the fact that you can see the core portrays again the ravaged state in which these beings are.
As for the build, I am very happy with this one. I think I incorporated some new techniques and did things I'd never done before. The legs, I think, are really well made, despite the lack of articulation on the hind legs. I also like how I managed to use Vezon's mask on the body a lot, in fact, I am surpised of the whole "upper"(?) body, as I never thought it would come out as right as it did. The head is, I think, pretty original, and I think it adds even more to the character of the MOC. The tail is there because I wanted it to have a tail, it's not really elaborate or anything...it's just, there. I am also very content with the feet, even though the ones on the front are (as you might have noticed in the video) unstable. By that I mean that the two borok eyes on each side of the one in the middle (huh?) can go up and down...you can, I guess, consider it as even more articulation.
If you've read up to here, I assume you don't need a BIO, you basically know all I wanted to say on this MOC: it's only an old model of Mecha that was abandoned and left to wander helplessly in the Wasteland. From that, you can guess that Product number 19590 is only the number they were all assigned, they are the model 19590, and all other Mechas have a number.
Oh hey, also, tell me what you think of the brighter pictures! I could still use the old, dark ones if you like, I just thought it would be better for them to be brighter. Expect a Crawn video remake soon, still one of my two favorite MOCs, so it deserves a second look with a brighter lighting, I think. Enjoy!
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