This is very good...I don't know how realistic it is (I haven't seen the movie in awhile) but the detail here is incredible...you have the water and plants down quite nicely and the overall landscape looks well sized and consistent...not to mention this showcases a ton of awesome pieces and minifigs
wow...I could spend the entire day (maybe the week...) looking at these creations. And this is really wonderful! And that's also my favourite movie, I still have the cinema poster on the back of my old room's door, in my parent's house...
Quoting Saverio Cutrupi
wow...I could spend the entire day (maybe the week...) looking at these creations. And this is really wonderful!
Saverio, thanks again for the compliments. This small display was really jam packed with detail. Sadly I've dismantled it to incorporate the pieces in other projects. I agree, the Indiana Jones movies were wonderfully entertaining!
Fantastic! I really like your display Brian. As a big fan of Egypt, desert, Adventurers, and Indy, this is a fantastic creation. I tried something similar earlier in the year envisioning the pyramids in the background. Unfortunately at the time, Pick A Brick didn't offer standard 2x4 bricks in tan. I had to settle for just a few Egyptian ruins. This is a great scene though, and I love the river and all the palms. The Sphinx makes a great addition as well. I invite you to check out www.Classic-Town.net to read a blog about your splendid creation. Thanks for sharing.
Camels, forced perspective and a skeleton conga line... what's not to love! A truly excellent MOC you have here, the details are just fabulous. Love the camels most, never thought I'd see that lump piece used to a good use. The tiny palms and pyramids in the background are a great addition. Awesome job!
I can just hear the music playing in the back ground... dun da dun duuuuun, dun da dunnn! And what would that be? "Sarcophagi" I think? Oh well, whatever it is, this is a GREAT layout! Gonna go back and study it now to pilfur new ideas for myself muhahaha! ~ Chris.