Heavy/Scratch: Multimal

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  1. @l3x

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    I'm posting a gallery of my first major Lego MOC, known (for now) as the Multimal. It is meant as an open-ended transformable toy that can shift seamlessly between an obscure array of animals. Primary modes are a whale, a giraffe, and a deer, although I've found some other convincing modes while playing with it.

    -made 100% out of standard Lego parts
    -tallest mode is about a foot tall
    -no parts-swapping or dis-assembly
    -designed completely in Lego Digital Designer

    Modes pictured: giraffe, deer, whale, horse, walrus, fox, sea dragon
     

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  2. KINGBOTZ

    KINGBOTZ www.KINGBOTZ.com TFW2005 Supporter

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    That's pretty damn cool, I like that!
     
  3. Rumble02

    Rumble02 Radicon of Obliticons

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    that is a very cool idea
     
  4. Bruticus82

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    I love lego customs, and this one is good too. I especially like how you got so many animal modes out of a single design. Very cool.
     
  5. farrizlle

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    reminds me of the beast wars mutants sub line.... Beast Wars Sixshot.
    have you done more lego transformers?
     
  6. @l3x

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    Thanks for the comments. No, I haven't designed any other Lego Transformers, mostly just a bunch of super-poseable humanoids. I actually don't really own any Lego though, I just design them in Lego Digital Designer and then order the pieces from Bricklink.com if I want to build them.
     
  7. Bort826TFWorld

    Bort826TFWorld OOGA CHAKA

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    Dude, that's friggin awesome! :thumbs2: 
     
  8. tobuttica

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    That's amazing. If you could somehow manage a robot mode, that would be the ultimate!
     

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