Thanks for the feedback, I'm glad you like it.
Could you try to put a brick chimney on steampunk Onua? Brick chimneys are cool.
Definitely, I've been trying to figure out how to mske Onua unique.
This is awesome. The colors are spot-on and shapes are perfect, especially with the mata body. Great work!
Cool concept, but I think if you add some flames coming out of the shoulders it would look better.
Definitely an improvement over the original set.
Games? Did you meen gears? Also, what original?
I meant flames.
And by original I meant the Tahu Mata set
Ah, I see. yeah, I guess some flames eventually. Thanks.
i dont want to know whats going on in this image
It's called trying to pose a Mata set, but I can see what your getting at..,
I really like how you managed to keep the simmilar dimentions of each body part compared to the original. This look like an exelent version of the mata build i would be morr than glad to buy. Real nice work.
I can put up a how to if you want, feel free to use the design. And thank you for the support.
That would be awesome. Maybe get a full steampunk toa team together.
I've got Gali and Kopaka, I'm looking on bricklink for parts for the rest, an I'll try to get the how to up sometime this weekend.
Your MOC was featured on the latest episode of The Bionicle Inspiration Series
So clutch. I like how you didn’t try to overdo it with the steampunkyness, but you still got the theme across with your parts choices.
Wow, I'm astonished, I've been a long time fan of your series, and I am honored to be a part of it. Tankyou very much.@BlackboltJohnson Thank you, and hYeah, I just thought some geara and a palette swap would bring across the look I was going for.
Man, your lucky