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Having recently bought the Spider-Man Bridge Battle set, I thought it would be amiss not to display it and make a chaotic diorama out of it. IMG_9275 by J G, on Flickr I'm not much of a MOCer (at least not anymore), so there's not much modification apart from the Sandman's 'sand hands', taken from that awful Sandman/ Rhino set. IMG_9282 by J G, on Flickr I'm glad the bridge comes with a birds nest on top, so I could make this lame joke with the Vulture. IMG_9292 by J G, on Flickr Ben Reilly's having some trouble keeping this taxi out of the water below, though his troubles are far from over. IMG_9285 by J G, on Flickr Whilst Spider-Girl faces off against the Scorpion and Kraven, Deadpool follows in the footsteps of the Great Oily Lord Ainsley Harriott and gives his meat a good old rub. IMG_9280 by J G, on Flickr Here is an under-shot of the entire thing. I had a lot of fun putting this together, and I can't recommend this set enough. IMG_9293 by J G, on Flickr Link to the album here; https://www.flickr.c...157670900135582
So I managed to complete Rhino (Aleksei Sytsevich) based on the version from the film Amazing Spider-Man 2. I am not really a mech guy, and so it is my first time doing a exo-suit. I took quite some images as references, and with them I created this model. It is supposed to be a big armor standing upright, but also leans down a little bit to resemble a rhinoceros when it is running and charging at targets. "You want me to come down so that you can kill me?" "Yeah!" "Okay Ill be right there." I insisted to make the thighs bigger than the calves, but the existing parts are not in good sizes until I discovered using them in 45 degrees. It looks much better in this way. Now it is in running mode: Probably better to run first to buy time! Rhino is heavily armed but that means he is also slow... Armed with two machine guns, the Rhino also has missile launchers on the shoulder. For left shoulder, I follow the original and put a shield-like plate there. Aleksei Sytsevich can sit inside comfortably...until Spider-Man defeats him! The head is probably an interesting use of part as I found no other piece / build that suits my intended design. The back is also a tricky part, because while it needs a lot of details, it also serves as a spine that hold the structure tight and stable. I also managed to follow the original design and put two "fins" at its "butt" location. Now, with Rhino, my Sinister Six team is complete. I also made my own Vulture and Green Goblin designs. Hope you all enjoy this and now I have to run and hide until Spider-Man defeats them all! Thanks for watching!
Working on a Lego comic which takes Spider-Man and The Flash on a whirlwind adventure. The plot is that Flash's Rogues have had enough of him and are trying crime somewhere else, New York to be exact. They run into Spider-Man and nearly defeat him but fail. The Sinister Six see this and form a partnership with them, forcing Spidey to do the same with The Flash. Characters: Spider-Man Flash (Barry Allen) Flash (Jay Garrick) Captain Cold Weather Wizard Trickster Heatwave Mirror Master Doc Ock Mysterio Electro Kraven the Hunter Vulture Sandman Iris West Mary Jane Watson I'm looking for ideas to further enhance the story, I welcome ay suggestions