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Mocolympics Round 3, Group 2, Brian Peczyna vs. Kevin Fedde
Hey what's up? This is my entry for round 3 of the MocOlympics. The theme is "castle". My idea for this was to try to make more of a dark kind of evil castle. So I hope you like it. Also, if anyone has any tips for photos or photo shopping website's please help me out - becuase if you can tell, my photos don't have the best quality and it's hard to notice some of the good details when the photos aren't high quality. Enjoy!
About this creation
Opponent: Kevin Fedde

Group: 2

Catagory: castle













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Comments

 I like it 
  January 11, 2010
From the thumb, I thought it looks really evil, and this was your goal, so win ! - Need maybe a few more little details, but the castle itself is a solid design, great work !
 I made it 
  January 2, 2010
Quoting Ape Fight I really like this - simple but quality. I think it would be better with trees and plants and whatnot, but I'm assuming you don't have any (otherwise you'd have put them in) so this still gets a high score from me. Really nice job, 4 stars
Thanks! I acctually do have plants an stuff. The reason why I didin't put any up, Is becuase the idea of this castle was supposed to be dark an more of an evil Castle. I'm not sure if youv'e noticed but I have a pic of the pit of lava under the bridge.
 I like it 
  January 1, 2010
I really like this - simple but quality. I think it would be better with trees and plants and whatnot, but I'm assuming you don't have any (otherwise you'd have put them in) so this still gets a high score from me. Really nice job, 4 stars
 I like it 
  December 19, 2009
Genius idea for that tower!
 I like it 
  September 28, 2009
This is not my kind of Moc, but it's awesomely built!
 I like it 
  September 23, 2009
aww, too bad you didn't advance. I really like that pit of lava you did though! =)
 I like it 
  September 21, 2009
Well...compared to Kevin 's entry this looks rather dull, but really, I wouldn't have done any better. My vote goes to Kevin, thanks for playing!
 I like it 
  September 21, 2009
A solid build, Brian. Nice design, but as Shaddix mentioned, could use some more color and more visual activity (detailing, or action). Time to hit the showers, but don't feel too bad. You did well against a very tough opponent.
Brian P
 I like it 
Dave Shaddix
  September 20, 2009
Brian, good work here. This is a good, solid build, but Kevin owned this round. I would have liked to seen some more color and angles like Kevin's. Just so you know, Kevin would have 'outcaslted' me too. Sorry but I can't give you my vote here. good luck ~dave
 I made it 
  September 20, 2009
Quoting Joel Congi Awww... sorry you couldn't make it into the next round man. This is some awsome stuff. What is it with car guys and castle anyway?
Hi joel!!! I'm not sure what your talking about, The judges still haven't decided.
 I like it 
  September 20, 2009
Awww... sorry you couldn't make it into the next round man. This is some awsome stuff. What is it with car guys and castle anyway?
 I like it 
  September 20, 2009
Your adaptability and versatility is incredible! I mean, first, great post apoc, and then an excellent castle! It sure pays off, getting you all the way to round three. Great work, and good luck!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2009
Nice fortress.....
 I like it 
  September 20, 2009
Nice castle, great ideas all around... about the photos; great tips by Chris, also try to use PICASA photo editing program, it's simple and effective, I use it myself, here's the link to download it for free: http://picasa.google.com/thanks.html Good luck.
  September 19, 2009
Photo taking was the hardest thing for me when I first started. Here's a few tips that helped me along the way. I see you have some poster board behind the moc, you'll want to either get some more or just go with a nice IRONED white sheet. Covering up the background noise is one of the biggest things to help the audience suspend their belief and focus on your moc. Next, go to a local hardware store and pick up a couple of light fixtures that have clips on the bottom. They usually run about 7 to 10 bucks depending on where you are and can be moved around to get the lighting effect you want for your pics. Then be sure to turn OFF the flash on your camera. Next, set the camera to the "micro" setting. It's usually marked with a little flower or something on the camera. Lastly, get either a tripod for your camera or set yourself on a book or table or some steady surface to take the pics. Hand held cameras just don't cut it for nice, focused shots. Hope that helps ya out a bit and good luck with the judges! ~ Chris.
 
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