Chibi Piraka

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  1. Take multiple pics from different angles.
  2. Don't use weird angles for pics.
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So.

You stuck Nekton's head onto a minfig. I'm curious to know how you did this.

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Take a minifig head put it on another minifig connect the socket to the head it will stick to gether

Would be nice to see more pictures, though from what I can see this looks pretty neat.

So you gave it a super-deformed appearance-

Seeing that this is based off of Jang's design I'll judge this off that.

0/10 no credit to original designer.

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What on earth

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WhaddMaster1337

I apologize the build is highly similar.

Ummm... what?

I think the Piraka head's are too large for this to come off nicely, maybe use a smaller head if you try it again in future? Though the concept is nice - and glad people are starting to experiment more with Chibi's

Pretty sure auto-correct is to blame, though clarity would help

The whole 'Chibi' Lego figures have been done before Jangbricks - while he's popular he's not the original designer and as such no credit is really necessary - especially when he user in question claims to have not seen the video.

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Instead of a mini figure, use pieces from the McToran

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That is a great idea...

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Just attach the piraka skull to a McToran body, and instead of using a full piraka spine use the plastic mask attached to the canister.

Piraka and deformed matoran have similar builds. Just like matoran and bohrok, wait a second...

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pic is a little blurry to make out anything, It seems good, but I cant make anything out of it

@carumsarene that is the bionicle stars piraka not the first one

Are you talking about my comment on similar builds, or the masks on canisters?

I'm not sure on the dimensions of the Stars piraka spine, but maybe that can fit on a McToran body.

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The prime difference is the neck attachment point. The Stars variant has a Socket while the "classic" Piraka has a ball joint.

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It can work. Use a wand to connect a size two cross beam between the socket and the X part of the piece. Then connect the O part to the pin on a McToran body.

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