This is an old piece of preview animation made for fun to showcase the size relation between Mata Nui and Earth, given that a Toa was 2,3 meter high. Thak you Ghost for your great sense of humour through all the years of 3D production.
Oh, this makes me laugh. Very cool!ReplyDelete
Ooooh. I've always wanted to see more of this robot, seeing as it was seen it appeared ever so briefly in the story, and the best images we have if it are the scale comparisons you posted, and a five hundred odd pixel image of it from the back. More is better here. By the way, any knowledge if the 3000 unit measurement of the robot from your previous scale image is on par with the measurement of the robot in the video?ReplyDelete
This is a neat thing for the fan community. It really helps to get an idea of the scale of the robot (plus it's funny). Thanks!ReplyDelete
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Actually, this is not the canon scale. According to canon, the robot would be nearly as tall as the Earth itself and more wide than this model. But for headcanon it might be useful. However, the best thing I would be able to take from it is how it looks when it moves the limbs, and how the body looks from different angles :)Delete
The Mata Nui model has allways been very interesting to me. I wonder how big is aqua magna compared to earth.ReplyDelete
As many of us are interested, Whats the song in this? Is it a version of Bye Bye Babylon or just a very similiar sounding song?