• you really love this color combination, don't you? - space_e
  • this reminds me a lot of Mother Brain - j¤nesy
  • I do like it...but I've never used it before. Dk Turquoise is my favorite Lego color :)
  • Tool is win - Ironsniper
  • Love the construction used on the legs. - Andrew Somers
  • This whole area is very nice! - ßantha
  • It's details like these that make your MOCs so unbelievably gorgeous to look at :) - Titolian
  • This whole knee joint with the hook is pure genius! - TyZed
  • agreed, love that neck ribbing - The Slushey One
  • effing epic! - The Slushey One
  • 0.0 - MooseBot
  • Little amazing details like this really make this beautiful piece pop! - Sithassassin
  • This hand... with weapon... SO awesome. - Umptybagger
  • Cool. - arcanemettles
  • Love this detail! - Vengeance of Lego

Organibot

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The Organibot, is another foray into this scale of figure. The idea was inspired mostly by the description of Keith Thompson's Line Worker. Essentially, the bot is half organic, half mechanic. It still the alien's brain, eyes, hands and feet, but the rest of the system is purely mechanical.

Mechanekton, space_e, JasBrick, and 231 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Squoghunter1492 46 months ago | reply

    I had never heard of Keith Thompson before, but now I think he's awesome!
    The head seems a little jumbled, but that's acceptable. The hands look amazing, with that awesome design.

  2. BrickFX 46 months ago | reply

    A truly inspiring small MOC; once again you demonstrate your ingenuity with strange elements. He seems to have a nasty case of sausage fingers, though. He might have a hard time playing with LEGO =)

  3. />ylan/>. 46 months ago | reply

    Holy crap, this is incredible...

  4. SlickSaber [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

    Freaky awesome!

  5. PUGATRON [deleted] 46 months ago | reply

    this is fantastic! it has such an eerie, yet fun feel to it, and i've been longing to see a moc with that neck area!

  6. The Enigma That is Fennec Fox 46 months ago | reply

    Damn you words, you fail me again!

  7. pilho 46 months ago | reply

    Gorgeous. Eccentric with an original aesthetic. One of my favorite creations to date.

  8. Cole Blaq 45 months ago | reply

    Kudos for recreating art work of Keith Thmpson into bricks.
    I really like his art work, very original, but it always seemed the transition being a difficult task, as his style of melting organic and mechanical elements together next to many many little details is very tricky. You pulled it off absolutely wicked. Best use for the flesh hands and arms ever!

  9. the brick veteran 45 months ago | reply

    the question remains... do you oil your war machines..or feed them?

  10. kopakaluver10 45 months ago | reply

    Ah, Keith Thompson. One of my favorite artists.
    really nice technique here on the organic, and robotic areas. the head is an area of particular interest, and the look of the entire beastie is fantastic!

  11. Phong Chang. 42 months ago | reply

    And it's all awesome.

  12. LegoManiac37 41 months ago | reply

    So Its kind of the same concept as general grievous.

  13. Alex Mac. 38 months ago | reply

    It's great to find another fan of Keith Thompson's work. I've been inspired by him a few times, but never gone down to it.

  14. Con_Arti$t 18 months ago | reply

    This was taken on my birthday

  15. Ramidalis 13 months ago | reply

    your mechanoids look so realistic, maybe sometimes organic and obvious incredible! I like them a lot)

  16. crudmonkey349 4 months ago | reply

    Awesome fingers

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