So, after buying my kid a couple of Lego sets at Christmas and helping him put them together(he's 5), I rekindled my love of Lego. Just started playing with bricks again in January after that and posted two MOC's, I guess I got a bug to join a contest, so here goes!
<a href=http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/16593> Entry to the 4x4x4 contest</a>
About this creation
This is for the Fantasy Category: Female Elven warrior laying the smack down on a rogue skeleton
Another angle to the Fantasy pic
Category Sci-Fi: An assassin robot attacking our Anime hero...
Here is the Assassin bot by himself. I'm pretty happy with the way he turned out
Romance Category: Title---She stole my heart---The woman ripped this poor guys heart out...literally
It was fun trying to get the legs just right
Category Other(Unemployment, Depression...take your pic!) A clown that can't get work sitting on a street corner with a tip cup.
Ahh, these are really impressive legs! Hehe. Great job on the pose. The bot also turned out very nice. All these vigs have their very special sweet spot, especially romance...! Oh, well. ~Cheers
I like it
April 30, 2011
I love these! My favourite has to be the sci-fi asassin robot. I love how much movement there is in the scene! Also, the clown minivig is hilarious. When I first saw the "she stole my heart" mini, I thought at firat the scene was rather different in a PG 14 sort of way...
I am by nature a feminist so I loved the female elvin warrior - especially since she won! The sci-fi one was made special because you showed the robot standing alone!
I would have kept the woman's legs on and mounted her on a 1x2 black brick, I know you wanted to show her legs apart but Lego hasn't advanced that far!
Hey things got worse for the clown...someone stole his tin cup! (lol)
I'm honored you chose this as your first contest. Cool stuff too, each vig has something interesting, like the spear head, or the the anime guy having blue hair but with a tuft of red hair, or the leg technique (for which you'll get many compliments by Phipson, if he gets to see it), to the interesting street light you design.