It's been a while, viewers, but it's gonna be worth it. Here has been my biggest project to date. Rather then talk a lot, I'm going to let the pictures speak for themselves. MEGA MAN!
It started out simple enough, just robots from my favorite Mega Man game: #2.
Then I remembered that Mega Man 1 and 3 are pretty awesome to, so we tossed 'em up as well.
I couldn't live without Skull Man, so I did Mega Man 4. And gave Rock/Mega Man and ally.
Then I was like, "Aw, screw it, let's just do the NES ones." But there was room left...
...so I changed "all NES" to "all 8-bit Mega Man robot masters."
All the robot masters from Mega Man1,2,3,4,5,6,9,and 10, with Dr. Wily as a bonus.
And, yes, the placement of Plug Man is intentional.After I finished with every robot master ever I felt kind of like I was missing doing Mega Man related stuff. Luckily, Capcom discovered the SNES and re-vitalized the series...
X, geared up and ready to blast.
But he needed a buddy...
Always do the outline and easy colors first.
And the finished product. MMX cart for scale.
But there was no point in having them look all awesome without an enemy to kill, so I began work on my biggest project yet. Well, aside from the Metroid.
This dude is as long as my forearm.
Filling in colors...
That's a lotta red.
Three and a half hours later...
I put MMX away, so Sigma's next to Dynowarz (another "great classic") for scale.
And, finally, them up on the wall.
The love seat just got a lot...lovelier? PUNS.
That's it from the Mega Man batch. Three months of work and I don't want to think of how many beads (easily in the tens of thousands, if not hundred thousand). What else do I got for ya? Well...tune in next time for some misc. stuff we've been making, followed shortly after by my next big project...POKEMON. See you then!
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