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Aside from MOCing, I heartily enjoy writing blog posts. Here are some of my highlights.

:bulletred: Discussions: Generally longer journals in which I talk extensively about a particular topic.
:lightbulb: Glorified rearrangement: The effect that my Lego pastime has had on me.
:meow: The Hero Faffory journal: Reflect: About my webcomic, Hero Faffory: how it began, how it changed, and how it began to change me.
:earth: A deviant's Guide to the Chinese Language: My longest journal to date, about the peculiarities of Chinese.
:beer: That alcohol journal: A rant about alcohol.
:target: The nerd speaks up: A journal about my work ethic, and how you can't really talk about intelligence these days.
:lock: Swordfish in showbusiness: A short blog post about how important an artist's personality is to their artwork.
:flame: Smoke and mirrors: Cigarettes and self-reflection.
:email: Four and the same: Writing about myself as a person, for a change.
:unimpressed: A Spirit Day monologue: Musings about crime and punishment.
:+fav: Flight of the faverunners: A discussion about statistics, popularity and the motives behind my MOCing.
:heart: Our superficial society: A rant about relationships.
:blackrose: Roses are grey, violets are also grey...: A look at the many ways in which my colour blindness affects my life.
:magnify: Reflections and predictions: Things have changed over the years, but so has our perception of them.
:groups: The BML Standard: Something I wrote for the BionicleMOCersleague, to hopefully define what makes a 'good MOC'.
:pray: My thoughts on religion: Perhaps one of the most unstable topics that I could've chosen for my first blog post.

:bulletblue: Accounts: Generally shorter journals; either updates about me, or events that I've been to.
:note: Cantablogger Part 8: Read all about it: Writing about writing? How meta.
:spidey: Cantablogger Part 7: MOCer Diaries: A summary of my MOCing activities at university, including a photo gallery!
:dead: Cantablogger Part 6: Time for another entry: Oh time, thou art a heartless bitch
:cd: Cantablogger Part 5: A soberman's night out: Me, clubbing? Absurd!
:brainless: Cantablogger Part 4: "Aiden's still working!": The work ethic revisited.
:house: Cantablogger Part 3: The city of cycles: Miscellaneous.
:pencil: Cantablogger Part 2: Trust me, I'm an engineer: A sample of the first term of my engineering course!
:megaphone: Cantablogger Part 1: Introductions: The first instalment about my new life at university.
:cheese: Chalk and cheese sandwiches: A silly blog entry about dairy products and maths.
:pokeball: A bright start to 2013: A happy update journal to break up the monotony.
:snowflake: An arbitrary time of the year: 2012 words looking back at 2012.
:nuu: Parties, pieces, 'pocalypses: A short entry on a pretty pink background.
:camera: An elephant goes to China: Something I wrote after taking one of my MOCs with me on holiday.
:lol: Liquid nitrogen, Lego Mindstorms and lots of mud: A diary about an engineering course I went on at Cambridge University.
:B Work experience at Rolls-Royce: My personal insight into one of the largest engineering companies in the world.
:peace: Get me a pizza. Stat.: Comments after a holiday in Hong Kong.

:bulletgreen: Reference: Generally deviantArt-related stuff.
:trophy: TC101: Completion: A blog entry about the 100 Themes Challenge!
:O_o: Occasionally Asked Questions: FAQs.
:giggle: Hero Faffory: Everything you don't need to know about my comic series!

Which system of units do you prefer? 

58%
79 deviants said Metric (metres, kilograms, litres etc.)
26%
35 deviants said A mixture of both
16%
22 deviants said Imperial (inches, pounds, gallons etc.)

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Bionicle MOC: Jesus College Rooster by Rahiden
Bionicle MOC: Jesus College Rooster
The signature animal of my college (Jesus College, Cambridge) is a red and black rooster. I thought I'd build one.

I'm very happy with how this turned out. There are articulation points at the neck, hips, and knees, as well as two in each wing, but I prefer keeping it in this standing pose. It's surprisingly stable on those tiny feet!

Oh, and if I were to name him, his name would be Crest. I like the double meaning. Hope you like him!
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A spot of English

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 21, 2014, 10:28 AM







[A and B sit down by the windowsill.]
A: I’ve been thinking about the topic of my next deviantArt journal. I mean, the last proper one I wrote was back in June, I think, so it’s been a while... How’s your tea?
[B takes a tentative sip.]
B: Mm. Still a bit hot. What were you thinking of writing about?
A: I’ve kinda wanted to talk about English grammar in a journal entry for a while now. Well, slightly more general than that – the evolution of the language as a whole as well as specific punctuation and spelling things.
B: I’m surprised you haven’t written about it before! You do go on about it all the time.
A: Yeah, I guess I do... I just don’t want it to turn into one of those “Five Grammar Mistakes You Make Every Day” type things, you know? There are already loads of those articles online.
B: Have you read the one about the Alot?
A: Oh yeah! On, on, what’s it called... Hyperbole and a Half! That one’s hilarious.
[Both smile and stir their tea.]
A: You know, I think there are three stages of people.
[A puts down his spoon and raises his index finger.]
A: The first kind are the people who don’t care about spelling or punctuation at all. I get comments like that on deviantArt all the time – you know, usually pretty brief comments, without a single capital letter or anything like that. And weirdly enough, they don’t actually annoy me that much... though I do find that I put less effort into my replies, if I even reply at all.
B: ...isn’t that a bit unfair? What if English isn’t their first language?
A: That’s sometimes the case, yeah, but you’d be surprised. It’s just that if they can’t be bothered to proofread their comment before sending it, it feels like I’m less obliged to take them seriously, you know? Okay, that didn’t quite come out right, but you know I mean.
B: Hm, I guess. How about the other two types of people?
[A takes a quick sip from his mug before answering.]
A: The middle group is the ‘normal’ people, and that encompasses most people our age, I think. They know about the difference between your and you’re, but they won’t be bothered by the occasional typo or punctuation error or something.
B: Am I in that group?
A: Mm, yeah, I’d say so. You’re at the better, more correct end of that group.
[B smiles.]
A: And then there’s me, in the third group. We’ll actually go out of our way to correct other people’s grammar; you’ve often heard me rant about less and fewer, who and whom, he and I and him and me...
B: Don’t call yourself a Grammar Nazi, though. I don’t like that term.
A: Yeah, I’m not a big fan either – Godwin’s Law and the like, right?
[A chuckles.]
A: It just seems that this wrongness is so unnecessary, that’s all! I mean, it’s not even hard – like that time in lectures when we weren’t sure if occurred had one R or two, and it just took me, like, twenty seconds to look it up. Spelling mistakes probably don't come up as often as I think they do, but if I see dissapointed written on a sign then it'll annoy me to no end.
[A takes another mouthful before continuing.]
A: You know what I think is the main problem? People aren't worried about the fact that they're wrong. If somebody corrects them, they'll just shrug it off and say "Oh, but you knew what I meant, didn't you?". That's a terrible excuse in my opinion, and they get all defensive when someone was simply trying to help. Won't do them any good when it comes to writing formal stuff.
B: Do you think it’s just a case of people not realising that they’re wrong, though? You said that you only realised that colour blind was two words once you looked it up for that blog entry.
A: Yeah, that’s true.
B: Hopefully things like autocorrect will make people more aware of this stuff.
A: Or maybe the opposite will happen and people will just let autocorrect fix everything for them. Actually, I’m glad you mentioned autocorrect – there’s something that keeps bugging me...
B: Hm?
[B watches expectantly as A pulls out his iPhone.]
A: Look: Apple doesn’t like it when I try to type its. I’ve even added its to that word list in Settings, and still every time it tries to correct it to it’s, and it’s infuriating.
B: Oh come on, that’s not that bad! You say it’s far more often than you’d say its anyway.
A: Yes, but it’s already the most unknowingly misused word... don’t quote me on that. I mean, I have some sympathy because of the usual ’s possession rule, but people need to learn that its is an exception! They should put it on the school curriculum or something! And this autocorrect thing isn’t helping.
[After putting his phone back in his pocket, A calms down again by drinking some more tea. The two of them look out onto the street.]
A: If there's any specific grammar point that I'm going to drive home in that journal, it's going to be the its thing. Hopefully people'll look up the fewer stuff without me having to explicitly state it.
B: Mm. What time’s your train, again?
[A checks his watch.]
A: Twenty-five past. No need to rush.
[A few seconds pass in silence as they are lost in their own thoughts.]
B: I think you’re being too black-and-white about this whole grammar thing.
A: How so?
B: Well, language is an art! It grows, it evolves, it changes. Language isn’t like maths, where there’s just one correct way of doing things – it adapts to whatever its speakers find most convenient at the time.
A: I guess. Nobody talks like Shakespeare anymore.
B: Exactly! Maybe in a few generations’ time, it’ll be correct to say, I don’t know, less cars or the guy who I talked to.
[A winces visibly.]
A: That sounds... well, it’s wrong! I’m trying to preserve the language as it is!
B: But if enough people carry on talking like that, it won’t be seen as wrong anymore because everyone’s doing it. We’re not supposed to start sentences with conjunctions either, but we’ve been doing that all day.
A: Yeah, but this is speech. It doesn’t count.
B: Really? So if something sounds more natural, it doesn’t matter whether it’s grammatically correct? That sounds like the reasoning of the less cars people.
[A hesitates, and B chuckles.]
A: Fine, you win this round. It’s probably not going to stop me from trying to correct people every now and then – I think it’s become a reflex for me now – but I guess it’s another thing I’ll just have to learn to accept.
[A raises his eyebrows at B, who returns the gesture. Both warm their hands on their mugs for a little while.]
B: So when do you think you’ll write it?
A: The journal? Sometime after I get home, I suspect. I just have to figure out how I’m going to conclude it – I mean, usually my posts are monologues with some kind of strong message to round it off, but I’m not sure I have one here.
B: I’m sure you’ll think of something!
A: I’ll try. Oh, and thanks for having this chat! It always helps a lot to talk about journal topics before I write anything down.
[B smiles, then glances at the clock on the wall.]
B: We should probably go – it’s almost ten past.
A: Yeah, you’re right.
[A and B gulp down the last of the tea, then leave the café.]

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This conversation was made up, but B and the café were taken from recent events. Thanks for reading!

Note: Since posting this I have (unsurprisingly) been picked up on my incorrect use of the word anymore. Goes to show that A's grammar isn't as perfect as he thinks it is, eh? For reference purposes I'll keep the text as it is, but I'll try to switch to any more from now onwards.

Bionicle MOC: Perseid and the Coruscant by Rahiden
Bionicle MOC: Perseid and the Coruscant
Perseid is the blue rider, and the Coruscant is her motorbike. The Coruscant uses the Lego Star Wars planet piece as its front wheel, and is designed to look like a meteor.

This is my first full-sized vehicle MOC! I'm very happy with it. One of the things I like most is that this MOC used up all of my remaining gold, dark trans-blue, and sand green pieces, so that's very satisfying. You'll notice that I intentionally left the back wheel relatively gold-free to try and make the general comet shape more prominent. In case it's not obvious from the photos, the front wheel is perfectly capable of steering, and the kickstand folds up between the spikes when not in use. The flexibility of the Irnakk spine even gives the bike some suspension, which was unintentional but works well!

Perseid is named after the Perseid meteor shower, which was the first time I saw a meteor first-hand. 'Coruscant' is the name of the fictional Star Wars planet, and is also derived from the Latin for glittering which I think is quite appropriate!

Edit 03/09/2014: Lengthened Perseid's lower legs and gave her Nokama Hordika's weapon, which when not in use can be attached to the side of the bike like so: sta.sh/0mhsgx7o6jf
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Bionicle MOCs: Kromo Goblins by Rahiden
Bionicle MOCs: Kromo Goblins
I liked that head design so much that I decided to make it ten times! Notably the Vahki leg piece that acts as their skulls only comes in ten colours, so I couldn't make any more even if I wanted to.

The Kromo Goblins are a cave-dwelling community of goblins, and are as follows:
The Tinkerer (dark blue/blue): A solitary character who likes cogs and mechanisms. He has experimented with the pieces on his own body.
The Bladesmith (dark red): The Bladesmith is the resident weapon maker who obsessively carries those fin pieces everywhere.
The Pirate (gunmetal/silver): Having been injured in a fight, the Pirate now has an artificial arm and is plotting to overthrow the Chief.
The Punk (white): A rebellious troublemaker whose hairstyle (helmetstyle?) seems to change on a daily basis.
The Cook (red): Lazy and overweight, the Cook serves everybody's food in complete greasy, tasteless misery.
The Chief (black): Brave and strong as any leader should be, the Chief rules over the goblin community.
The Guard (green): The Guard is the local policeman, gallant and lawful. He spends most of his time dealing with the Punk.
The Wanderer (brown): Hunchbacked and mute, the Wanderer's background is a mystery to the rest of the group.
The Elder (light blue): The source of all goblin knowlege (which isn't much). The Elder is also the resident medic.
The Grunt (grey): Dull in both colour and intelligence, the Grunt tends to the menial tasks without much complaint.

I'm really happy with how these guys turned out! It was very fun inventing designs and characters for them all, particularly when the only thing connecting them was the head design and the mostly-uniform colour scheme. The Punk is one of my favourites - I feel like he's got so much character, and the point about his hair is that the Kopaka mask can rest in any orientation, really. So, which one do you like most, and why? :)

Bionicle (c) Lego
Designing, building, photography (c) Rahiden
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Rahiden's deviantArt Story

Sat Aug 9, 2014, 9:33 AM
Happy 14th birthday, deviantArt! This is the journal skin you wanted us to use, right? Right?

On 12th February 2008, a twelve year old Aiden decided to create a deviantArt account under the totally awesome unrivalled name of Maplemaster. Those were the days, eh? Man, I hate that name. At the time, of course, I had no idea that this account would become what it has; I was rather hooked on the MMORPG Maplestory, meaning that my first few deviations were edited screenshots and drawings of in-game stuff. They have been shifted over to my Scraps folder now, but I look back on them fondly...
The Statue of Goddess by Rahiden

Sadly most of my early deviantArt buddies are now inactive, like Fuzzianna (who convinced me to create the account in the first place) and Uikri (previously known as Minoru-Kokubunji, who was one of my first Bionicle friends on here), and it's a shame seeing so many "Sorry for the inactivity" and "I think I'm just going to leave deviantArt" journals in my inbox. Alas, people coming and going is just a fact of life, isn't it? Nothing we can do but watch them go and continue as we are. I'm featuring a painting done by Fuzzianna, appropriately named 'Forget me not'.
Forglem Mig Ej by Fuzzianna

Over the years, my MOCing gradually developed. I became more careful with colours, more fanatic about photography, more insistent on imagination. There are still some oldies that I'm fond of, though it's now become the case that everything I build will probably stick around for the foreseeable future. One thing I love about the Bionicle community here on deviantArt is that there's such a wide range of skill here, from people asking for tips through to virtuosos that leave you speechless (and don't say much themselves either!). Rhymes-Shelter is one of the latter.
Rafiki by Rhymes-Shelter

I know I've mentioned it several times before, but I can't go through a 'My deviantArt Story' without mentioning Hero Faffory, can I? Man, what a journey that was. It made sure that I remained active, it caused laughs and arguments, it was inspired by the readers as well as the writer, and I now view my MOCs as characters as well as simple sculptures. Above all, though, it was by far the most enjoyable project that I've done (noting that my definition of 'project' is incredibly ambiguous), and I have to thank the loyal people who came with me on that trek. I skimmed through the gallery just now, and it was hard to pick just one to feature!
Hero Faffory Page 51: Minimise by Rahiden

And then of course, on the other side of things, I have become a writing hobbyist. (Hah, 'hobbyist' doesn't look like it should be a word.) Through journals, videos, and simple comments alike, deviantArt has made me far more thoughtful on how I come across in writing, and I doubt there are many people my age who can claim that they write a 1,000-word essay every month as a simple pastime. One such person is Lewanut, whose curious writing style never fails to amuse.
On the Proper Preparation of SandwichesIt's become ubiquitous for uncreative writing teachers to assign their pupils the common, pedestrian task of inscribing instructions on the proper preparation of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Perhaps they hope that some will take it to heart, and grow up to be writers of technical manuals and/or cookbooks. Or perhaps they're just biding time until summer vacation, and the resulting opportunity to kick it (as the expression goes) in Vegas. Regardless, I now bring you tidings that will put such petty scribblings to shame: the most in-depth, detail-oriented, hyphen-abusing description of sandwich creation in existence. We have left no minuscule detael unexamined, producing a thoroughly polished and well-researched entry for your perusal. Don't thank us, it's just what we do.
To begin with, drive to Wal-Mart. I presume you're well acquainted with automobiles; otherwise, you must first read a guide that deals with such matters. Once you have reached Wal-Mart, proceed to stock your car


Ah, deviantArt has changed me in all sorts of good ways. I clicked the 'Write a Journal Entry' button with the sole purpose of getting a shiny new badge, but reflecting over the past six years has brought back so many brilliant memories. May the art keep flowing for all of us!

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Rahiden
Aiden
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United Kingdom
Hello there, and welcome to my deviantArt page. My name is Aiden.

My gallery mainly consists of things I've created using Lego Bionicle and Hero Factory, known as MOCs. You'll also find satellite projects like my webcomic Hero Faffory, stopmotion animations, and the occasional biro drawing too.
I enjoy writing blog entries, for which you can find a directory further down this page.

:bulletred: What is a MOC?
MOC stands for My Own Creation; it is a term used to describe models made using Lego pieces but designed by the owner, so it is not an official Lego set.

:bulletred: Can you make instructions for your MOCs please?
I don't do instructions, sorry. This is partly because instructions take a lot of time and effort, and partly because I have learned that work on the Internet is all too easily stolen.

Other Occasionally Asked Questions

A spot of English

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 21, 2014, 10:28 AM







[A and B sit down by the windowsill.]
A: I’ve been thinking about the topic of my next deviantArt journal. I mean, the last proper one I wrote was back in June, I think, so it’s been a while... How’s your tea?
[B takes a tentative sip.]
B: Mm. Still a bit hot. What were you thinking of writing about?
A: I’ve kinda wanted to talk about English grammar in a journal entry for a while now. Well, slightly more general than that – the evolution of the language as a whole as well as specific punctuation and spelling things.
B: I’m surprised you haven’t written about it before! You do go on about it all the time.
A: Yeah, I guess I do... I just don’t want it to turn into one of those “Five Grammar Mistakes You Make Every Day” type things, you know? There are already loads of those articles online.
B: Have you read the one about the Alot?
A: Oh yeah! On, on, what’s it called... Hyperbole and a Half! That one’s hilarious.
[Both smile and stir their tea.]
A: You know, I think there are three stages of people.
[A puts down his spoon and raises his index finger.]
A: The first kind are the people who don’t care about spelling or punctuation at all. I get comments like that on deviantArt all the time – you know, usually pretty brief comments, without a single capital letter or anything like that. And weirdly enough, they don’t actually annoy me that much... though I do find that I put less effort into my replies, if I even reply at all.
B: ...isn’t that a bit unfair? What if English isn’t their first language?
A: That’s sometimes the case, yeah, but you’d be surprised. It’s just that if they can’t be bothered to proofread their comment before sending it, it feels like I’m less obliged to take them seriously, you know? Okay, that didn’t quite come out right, but you know I mean.
B: Hm, I guess. How about the other two types of people?
[A takes a quick sip from his mug before answering.]
A: The middle group is the ‘normal’ people, and that encompasses most people our age, I think. They know about the difference between your and you’re, but they won’t be bothered by the occasional typo or punctuation error or something.
B: Am I in that group?
A: Mm, yeah, I’d say so. You’re at the better, more correct end of that group.
[B smiles.]
A: And then there’s me, in the third group. We’ll actually go out of our way to correct other people’s grammar; you’ve often heard me rant about less and fewer, who and whom, he and I and him and me...
B: Don’t call yourself a Grammar Nazi, though. I don’t like that term.
A: Yeah, I’m not a big fan either – Godwin’s Law and the like, right?
[A chuckles.]
A: It just seems that this wrongness is so unnecessary, that’s all! I mean, it’s not even hard – like that time in lectures when we weren’t sure if occurred had one R or two, and it just took me, like, twenty seconds to look it up. Spelling mistakes probably don't come up as often as I think they do, but if I see dissapointed written on a sign then it'll annoy me to no end.
[A takes another mouthful before continuing.]
A: You know what I think is the main problem? People aren't worried about the fact that they're wrong. If somebody corrects them, they'll just shrug it off and say "Oh, but you knew what I meant, didn't you?". That's a terrible excuse in my opinion, and they get all defensive when someone was simply trying to help. Won't do them any good when it comes to writing formal stuff.
B: Do you think it’s just a case of people not realising that they’re wrong, though? You said that you only realised that colour blind was two words once you looked it up for that blog entry.
A: Yeah, that’s true.
B: Hopefully things like autocorrect will make people more aware of this stuff.
A: Or maybe the opposite will happen and people will just let autocorrect fix everything for them. Actually, I’m glad you mentioned autocorrect – there’s something that keeps bugging me...
B: Hm?
[B watches expectantly as A pulls out his iPhone.]
A: Look: Apple doesn’t like it when I try to type its. I’ve even added its to that word list in Settings, and still every time it tries to correct it to it’s, and it’s infuriating.
B: Oh come on, that’s not that bad! You say it’s far more often than you’d say its anyway.
A: Yes, but it’s already the most unknowingly misused word... don’t quote me on that. I mean, I have some sympathy because of the usual ’s possession rule, but people need to learn that its is an exception! They should put it on the school curriculum or something! And this autocorrect thing isn’t helping.
[After putting his phone back in his pocket, A calms down again by drinking some more tea. The two of them look out onto the street.]
A: If there's any specific grammar point that I'm going to drive home in that journal, it's going to be the its thing. Hopefully people'll look up the fewer stuff without me having to explicitly state it.
B: Mm. What time’s your train, again?
[A checks his watch.]
A: Twenty-five past. No need to rush.
[A few seconds pass in silence as they are lost in their own thoughts.]
B: I think you’re being too black-and-white about this whole grammar thing.
A: How so?
B: Well, language is an art! It grows, it evolves, it changes. Language isn’t like maths, where there’s just one correct way of doing things – it adapts to whatever its speakers find most convenient at the time.
A: I guess. Nobody talks like Shakespeare anymore.
B: Exactly! Maybe in a few generations’ time, it’ll be correct to say, I don’t know, less cars or the guy who I talked to.
[A winces visibly.]
A: That sounds... well, it’s wrong! I’m trying to preserve the language as it is!
B: But if enough people carry on talking like that, it won’t be seen as wrong anymore because everyone’s doing it. We’re not supposed to start sentences with conjunctions either, but we’ve been doing that all day.
A: Yeah, but this is speech. It doesn’t count.
B: Really? So if something sounds more natural, it doesn’t matter whether it’s grammatically correct? That sounds like the reasoning of the less cars people.
[A hesitates, and B chuckles.]
A: Fine, you win this round. It’s probably not going to stop me from trying to correct people every now and then – I think it’s become a reflex for me now – but I guess it’s another thing I’ll just have to learn to accept.
[A raises his eyebrows at B, who returns the gesture. Both warm their hands on their mugs for a little while.]
B: So when do you think you’ll write it?
A: The journal? Sometime after I get home, I suspect. I just have to figure out how I’m going to conclude it – I mean, usually my posts are monologues with some kind of strong message to round it off, but I’m not sure I have one here.
B: I’m sure you’ll think of something!
A: I’ll try. Oh, and thanks for having this chat! It always helps a lot to talk about journal topics before I write anything down.
[B smiles, then glances at the clock on the wall.]
B: We should probably go – it’s almost ten past.
A: Yeah, you’re right.
[A and B gulp down the last of the tea, then leave the café.]

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This conversation was made up, but B and the café were taken from recent events. Thanks for reading!

Note: Since posting this I have (unsurprisingly) been picked up on my incorrect use of the word anymore. Goes to show that A's grammar isn't as perfect as he thinks it is, eh? For reference purposes I'll keep the text as it is, but I'll try to switch to any more from now onwards.

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:iconomegaoni77:
omegaoni77 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you for the llama
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:iconkrishacz:
KrishaCZ Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
Hey Aiden, you know the hype about Bionicle 2015? It got to its maximum now, someone found this on official Lego pages.
cache.lego.com/r/www/-/media/P…
HYPE!
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:iconrahiden:
Rahiden Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think the maximum "ALL ABOARD THE HYPE TRAIN" will be when we actually know in detail what the sets look like :P
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:iconrahiden:
Rahiden Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sorry, but I'd really rather not - I have other projects that I'd prefer to pursue, and I think I have enough Titan-sized humanoids already! ^^; Perhaps you could ask another deviantArt MOCer?
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:iconbioniclezilla76:
Bioniclezilla76 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2014
Sorry for bugging you but I'll go do that instead. Thanks.
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:iconmagentacooly:
MagentaCooly Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
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:iconhakuru15:
Hakuru15 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Student Artist
Your quote is amazing dude
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:iconmikkillerib:
Mikkillerib Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey there Rahiden. I was wondering if i could tempt you with looking at my MOC pictures that i have uploaded. You don't have to, but if you do, it would be amazing if you also gave a short review on them.
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:iconnyanic:
Nyanic Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Got any photography tips for me? I have a Canon Powershot.
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