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Tatooine Rancor

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Loosely based from the Hasbro Rancor action figure in minifig scale.

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As usual, click the pic for more details...

AC

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And the awesome MOCs continue. I really like the nose and the teeth, and the hands are uncannily similar to the movie :thumbup:

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Another awesome creation AC, the overall bulky body build of this brick-built Rancor is very accurate, and quite effective use of those slope pieces to resemble the ridged forehead of the 'real' Rancor. Great work as always! (And it's just a matter of time before this gets blogged). :thumbup:

BTW, is there any chance you could take a photo of a minifig beside it? I'd be curious to see the relative height of this monster.

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Thats soo cool and realistic, and relly awesome 100% of the way, how poseable is it? and to bad he can't open his mouth.

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And the awesome MOCs continue. I really like the nose and the teeth, and the hands are uncannily similar to the movie :thumbup:

Just added in the description about where the design was derived from.

Another awesome creation AC, the overall bulky body build of this brick-built Rancor is very accurate, and quite effective use of those slope pieces to resemble the ridged forehead of the 'real' Rancor. Great work as always! (And it's just a matter of time before this gets blogged). :thumbup:

BTW, is there any chance you could take a photo of a minifig beside it? I'd be curious to see the relative height of this monster.

A minifig would be two studs below the knee and you'll eventually see more next time. :wink:

Nice job! The detail is nice, but the legs look a little bit too thin. Great job though!

Not if you look at it from the side views.

Thats soo cool and realistic, and relly awesome 100% of the way, how poseable is it? and to bad he can't open his mouth.

Posing is a bit of a problem as the head is too heavy and the click hinges don't hold at all. I might still do some mods in the future.

He looks fantastic, and also it seems minifigure scale :classic:

Yes, it is in minifig scale.

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Beautiful job, ACPin. Only thing is that I think it almost looks like it should be a bit more hunched over.

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Excellent work, the work on the face and head is especially fantastic. :thumbup:

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You have done it again 'ACPin', another AWESOME creation......excellent teeth and well, pretty much as close as you are going to get to the one in ROTJ ! :wink:

Great work again and may the brick be with you ! :yoda:

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A fantastic MOC as usual, AC! :classic:

Great work on this one. Like Brickdoctor said, though, I think it should be a bit hunched over aswell. But other than that, amazing work, looking forward to the next MOCs of yours..

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~ General Magma

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Another stunning piece of art AC.

When looking at the other pics I must say that the back is brilliantly done.

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I love it! Especially the claws and the mouth... awesome, awesome, ACPin. You greatly pulled off a realistic-looking texture and somehow you managed to make it look extremely mean and dangerous. I'm very impressed! :thumbup:

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Is it the picture angle? The rancor looks like it is not hunched over, like in the movie or how I see rancors in Force Unleashed or CW.

otherwise great MOC.

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Beautiful job, ACPin. Only thing is that I think it almost looks like it should be a bit more hunched over.

That was my first thought as well. It still is a fantastic MOC. I love the mouth and the hands. I always thought a good rancor would need to be done in a Bionicle Titan style, but you have proved me wrong.

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Posing is a bit of a problem as the head is too heavy and the click hinges don't hold at all. I might still do some mods in the future.

Beautiful job, ACPin. Only thing is that I think it almost looks like it should be a bit more hunched over.

See posing problems above.

Great moc. It's a very nice job. :thumbup:

:sweet:

Excellent work, the work on the face and head is especially fantastic. :thumbup:

That was the first part that I worked at with the Hasbro Rancor beside me at all times.

Whoa! Outstanding work on the face! *oh2*

^Ditto^

You have done it again 'ACPin', another AWESOME creation......excellent teeth and well, pretty much as close as you are going to get to the one in ROTJ ! :wink:

Great work again and may the brick be with you ! :yoda:

That's why I've used a better model to work with.

Great creation I absolutely love the hands and head! :wub:

After the head, the hands were done next.

A fantastic MOC as usual, AC! :classic:

Great work on this one. Like Brickdoctor said, though, I think it should be a bit hunched over aswell. But other than that, amazing work, looking forward to the next MOCs of yours..

:thumbup:

~ General Magma

See post on posing problems above.

Another stunning piece of art AC.

When looking at the other pics I must say that the back is brilliantly done.

At last I've finally found some good use for those speeder bike clips. :grin:

I love it! Especially the claws and the mouth... awesome, awesome, ACPin. You greatly pulled off a realistic-looking texture and somehow you managed to make it look extremely mean and dangerous. I'm very impressed! :thumbup:

Again it started with a very good reference model to work with. :classic:

Is it the picture angle? The rancor looks like it is not hunched over, like in the movie or how I see rancors in Force Unleashed or CW.

otherwise great MOC.

Not the angle but posing problems.

That was my first thought as well. It still is a fantastic MOC. I love the mouth and the hands. I always thought a good rancor would need to be done in a Bionicle Titan style, but you have proved me wrong.

You'll see more of it next time. :wink:

AC

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Wow this is amazing, great looking Rancor, the best I've seen in brickform, excellent job ACPin.

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That's pretty good looking! You executed the mouth very well. Nice work overall. :thumbup:

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Amasing yet again, ACPin! Any inacuracees are in the pose, which you've already stated reasons for. Seriously- is there anything you can't MOC?

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Wow this is amazing, great looking Rancor, the best I've seen in brickform, excellent job ACPin.

Again it starts with a good reference model to work with. :sweet:

That's pretty good looking! You executed the mouth very well. Nice work overall. :thumbup:

First to be done and the head just followed after. :grin:

Amasing yet again, ACPin! Any inacuracees are in the pose, which you've already stated reasons for. Seriously- is there anything you can't MOC?

The posing issues will be resolved the next time that it will make an appearance. :wink:

Yes, there are but they don't get posted as they're rebuilt until I'm satisfied. :wacko: The head on this alone took a couple of days before it was done.

AC

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Great MOC, I am impressed, quite refreshing, different from usual spaceships

Nice move!

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