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Entry for the Lord of the Rings trilogy contest
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This is my entry for Ian Spacek's Lord of the Rings contest. The scene is where Isildur took the ring from Sauron




Kinda lame I know, but I had very few peices to work with at the time.

Also, I will not be posting anything for a while because I am working on a stop-motion film. Oh yeah, sorry for blurry pics.



Comments

  May 10, 2011
The pics are a bit blurry. But the composition is descent. 76/100
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  May 9, 2011
The minifig: His hair, armor and torso are good, but the head doesn't match him: (80/100) The pictures: Very blurry. (-5) I can't recognize much. The scene: You should have put more details on the rocks and Saurons armor. At least you rememberd the scene very well (25/100) Your score: 50/100
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  May 8, 2011
What Ian said I say aswell. 35/100
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  May 7, 2011
Quoting Ian Spacek Your idea is definitely cool, but the picture are somewhat blurry making it hard to see, and the 8x8 build itself could use more detail. Your score: 40/100
That was a totally fair score, I actually expected to get lower than that. The build was bad because my dark gray bricks are in use but the Two Towers one will be better.
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  May 7, 2011
Your idea is definitely cool, but the picture are somewhat blurry making it hard to see, and the 8x8 build itself could use more detail. Your score: 40/100
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  April 29, 2011
Quoting Gondabuggan Hicburry nice job, but can I give you a couple of hints? firstly, use a clean white or solid black/ other dark color background. this will focus attention more towards the MOC. 2. steady the camera using something. a tripod is good, but anything will do.3. use light. flash from the camera, sunlight, lamps, etc. great job anyway.
Thank you! I will use those ideas.
Mr Viking
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Gondabuggan Hicburry
  April 28, 2011
nice job, but can I give you a couple of hints? firstly, use a clean white or solid black/ other dark color background. this will focus attention more towards the MOC. 2. steady the camera using something. a tripod is good, but anything will do.3. use light. flash from the camera, sunlight, lamps, etc. great job anyway.
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  April 28, 2011
Cool idea and entry!
 
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