It all started with a leg. It only has axes of motion at the top and the bottom, but it looks like it has a knee joint. And in general it looks cool, so I was willing to stick with the design and find a torso to mate it with.
I added a body to it but that didn't work. (Click over to the blog post to see a handful of pictures.) The connection between the torso and the legs was only one stud and there was a half stud offset to the other connection point that I couldn't fix. This led me to set it aside while I worked on other things, hoping that my subconscious would come up with a solution.
Then MittenNinja posted this and I figured I'd attempt to build it. I wasn't really thinking about it beyond, "hey, that's cool, let's give it a try."
But then I grabbed the legs off the previous build after I finished the torso. That led to this. As you can see, I changed up some of the colors in the legs as the Light Bley and Red were two colors too many.
Here's how it all breaks down. As you can see I used different clip pieces to attach the shoulders. This lead to a different angle of attachment for the Handlebar piece. Which then lead to a different set up for the head and a need to fill in the chest. I also chose different pieces to make the arm as these were what I had on hand.
The name was a choice to continue on with the Greek god naming scheme established by the original frame. As is the model number. Now all I have to do is make some weapons for it.