This monster combines pieces from Battle Bones and the new Zombie Horde Pit set. He can carry off unlucky MOTU warriors in his claws … … or in his mouth, or entrap them in his rib cage … or wrap his tail around them even. Here’s a better look at the ruined structure/terrain base thatContinue reading “Fossil Freak”
Mostly made from pieces from the 2016 Enterprise (NCC-1701) set from Mega Bloks, here’s a ship for the Star Trek universe, but not any particular one from a show or movie. The U.S.S. Vernal’s mission is to patrol and defend Federation worlds and colonies in and around Sector 306. This vessel’s captain is the onlyContinue reading “Federation cruiser”
Evil warriors from MOTU need a place to hang out too, so I constructed this diorama just for them. Here’s a better look at the structure without any figures displayed. Mer-Man didn’t make it for the group shots above. Probably he’s been eaten by Panthor.
Mostly constructed from pieces from Mega’s Castle Grayskull set, this is just a place for displaying heroic warriors and weapons. Here’s a better look at the structure without any figures displayed.
He-Man’s half of the power sword is made out of Mega pieces, and measures about 28 inches long. The “bottom” side is flat, to reflect how He-Man’s sword and Skeletor’s sword are split-apart halves.
Here’s a project using pieces that Mattel sent me at no cost. I know, just another Man-At-Arms helmet made out of construction bricks — seems like you can’t swing a battle cat on the Internet without hitting one of these nowadays. But this is my attempt at the helmet, so enjoy the pics! For aContinue reading “Man-At-Arms Helmet”
He-Man’s flying friend with the groovy Elton John specs. A handful of blue pieces that Mattel sourced for me at no charge were used to make this project. Stratos belongs to “Old Bolty Portraits,” and is No. 1 in the series. Because we’ll just say this is a thing now and then figure out laterContinue reading “Portrait of Stratos”
Skeletor figured that one blade on a vehicle was good, but two grinding blades on a vehicle would bring the hurt in a new way. Behold the evil warriors’ Hurtbringer: To film a couple of quick video clips, I affixed a webcam to a separately built Roller Googly, pictured below.
Parts that Mattel provided to me at no cost were used to complete this project. Evil Lyn has acquired a special outfit that legend tells is able to summon some Monster with High magical capabilities! (I think she’s going to keep this costume and re-brand herself ‘Emo Lyn.’) The beasts that appear are a pairContinue reading “Basher”
Evil Robot. Only one dreadful creation on Eternia could be known by that name! I built him based on a catalog image for a MOTU toy that ultimately wasn’t released. Evil Robot is armed with evil gun and evil shield. Battle Cat doesn’t much care for evil robots messing with him!