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Peter Pan: Hangman's Tree
My fiftieth MOC deserves to be big, detailed, and fun. I have been working on Hangman's Tree for a long time now. Three months to be exact. Peter Pan is one of my favorite stories! There are many fun explanations ahead for lot's of things, so get ready for a packed MOC! Please excuse the fact that some of the pictures are poor quality. I didn't have the luxury of using my photo box because this is so big. Enjoy!
About this creation

Here, my custom lego Captain James Hook and his bosun Smee discover the chimney of Peter Pan's underground hideout.


I just had to add my signature minifig to the dio. His head looks uncannily like Spaceman Spiff 's head!


This is the stream. The bottom was very fun to add detail to!


Cool artistic shot of the stream and the waterfall.


Mullins. An actual pirate described in the book!


This is a cool monkey that I made. He was inspired by the tire technique used by Paul Vermeesch on his bear .


My stork, first featured in my Taxidermy Shop , makes an appearance here on a wheel!


Another glimpse of Hook!


A small bird resides in it's nest in my new tree. You can never run out of possibilities for the awesome maraca pieces!


"Hi!"


Noodler, also described in the book. His hands were fixed on backwards.


Full shot of the whole dio. Sorry for the shadows.


Hangman's tree consist's of the same technique used on Treebeard !


My new tree!




The noose. It isn't called Hangman's Tree for nothing!


The waterfall. I made a special trip to the lego store for the clear, round 1x1's.


My brick built palm tree!!!!!!! I used the same technique that I did with my bamboo shoot .


My new tree design!!!!!


Now for the good stuff! Hook is my favorite! Although his cape-y thing was a custom like his cuffs, the rest of the fig is purist.


He looks cool from the back too!


Smee is Hook's Irish bosun (short for boat swain). He is the only non-conformist in Hook's crew, and is an uncannily genial old man. His cutlass is named Johnny Corkscrew.


The pic of Noodler didn't work, so I will try to fix it later.


Here is Mullins. There is no description of him in the book, although he is mentioned.


This is me. Me is not in the book, but many kids (including TOFL's) go to Neverland, so the fact that I could be there is a possibility!


Sorry for the blurriness, but this shows that the mushroom fits over the chimney.


The top of the waterfall.
And finally, behind the waterfall there is a...


WHOAH!!!!! A door? Where does it lead?












The hideout! The book says that there are seven entrances to the hideout through seven holes in the different trees. One of the holes is in the big hangman's tree, but I didn't make the other six. The waterfall entrance (or exit) is known only to the lost boys, Peter, Tinker Bell, and the guests.


This is the staircase. The underground section has supports that hold the removable upper level.


Both levels stacked.


The equipment bins.


The fire pit!!!!! Please ignore the pot of tomato soup below.


In the book, the table consists of an old door laid on top of a tree stump. Here, it consists of blocks of ABS plastic. HO HO HO!!!!!


Peter Pan!!!! The skirt I felt would be perfect for his leafy dress, and the brickforge throwing knife suits him.


Tinker Bell's house next to the door of Peter's room.


This is an underground stream. As a friend once said, "It is a river of Sierra Mist!"


Peter's room. Although the book tells us that the hideout was one big room, I do imagine small "closets."


A recap of the entire hideout.


The table. The stools are mushrooms!!!!!


Both levels stacked.


Michael, John and Wendy.


The twins, and Slightly.


The picture of Nibs, Curly and Toodles didn't work either, but I will fix it eventually.


Another shot of Peter Pan and Tinker Bell.


The monkey.


Another pic of the monkey.

Thanks!



Comments

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  August 27, 2012
AWESOME! The details never end! I really like the water fall, the mushroom that conceals the chimney, and your WONDERFUL purist Peter Pan figure.
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  March 27, 2012
Just awesome! i love all the details. The minifigures look great and the underground hideout is perfectly done. 5/5 :-)
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  March 26, 2012
just thought I would comment!
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  March 26, 2012
just thought I would comment!
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  March 25, 2012
Awesome, Max! Thanks to that you are now one of my favourite builders!
  February 3, 2012
wow!!! that must have a lot of bricks i like the bird nest and the hideout and Mr captain hook i am a fan of all things pirate (next to racing vehicles) this is the biggest vig i have seen on here
  February 3, 2012
that is awesome were did you get all those torsos for the kids .
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  January 2, 2012
MAN! I never commented on this?!?!? Well, here's another like for you. Peter pan is epic and the use of maracas is really good. I would beat you up on the monkey but it seems you've had enough of that. :D But the tire technique was creative and hook is just phenomenal. This deserves more likes! ~ Christopher
Max Pointner
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Billy Bob
  August 25, 2011
I love the technigue you used with the river! AND Hook! AND ... well, everything else!
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  August 8, 2011
WOW! this is EPIC! I love the peter pan books too! have you read the peter and the starcatchers series or peter pan in scarlet? The detail in this model is awesome, I love the little door! Also the bird was very clever and I really like your stream and waterfall technique. I am going to make a Peter pan group soon and I would appreciate it if you joined. This is AWESOME! 5/5
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  August 1, 2011
Words can not describe how well built this MOC is!!!
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  July 30, 2011
wow its beautifull
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  June 21, 2011
Very authentic to the original text. Wonderful work.
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  June 8, 2011
Great job! I love that river!
Max Pointner
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LEGO Lord
  June 6, 2011
Very interesting techniques throughout. The trees are very nicely made. I like that you had used the trophy for Tinkerbell. 4/5.
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  June 6, 2011
Great job! I love the stream...
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  June 3, 2011
The bird in the nest is undoubtedly one of the best ideas I have seen on MOCpages!
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  June 2, 2011
Sorry for the monkey everyone, but thanks for the comments.
Quoting Christian H. The talented builder you are! How many times have you been to Neverland?
Oh... let me see... Three and a half times. That beats the Darling kids by two and a half!!!!!
Quoting Legofreak2444 ~ The monkey is kinda over sized and oddly proportioned.
I know, but he was fun to build.
Quoting Lwc guy Wowzers
I should use that.
Quoting A minute ago ... Wow, the top level is excellent, but when you showed the bottom level, i was surprised! Two awesome levels! Nice work, the stream is ingenious, and so are yo trees!
Yay! Someone was surprised!
Quoting Michael Kringe Perfect! I love the PP book, but I never saw the cartoon movie, the movies or the series. How good are they?
The cartoon one is just awesome! It is my favorite Disney movie. I haven't seen the live movie (the music is great though) and I wasn't even aware of a TV show.
 I like it 
  June 2, 2011
awesome I love the trees and the big building
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  June 2, 2011
This is one of my favorite MOCs man!!!!!
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  June 2, 2011
Perfect! I love the PP book, but I never saw the cartoon movie, the movies or the series. How good are they?
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  June 2, 2011
Wow, the top level is excellent, but when you showed the bottom level, i was surprised! Two awesome levels! Nice work, the stream is ingenious, and so are yo trees!
Max Pointner
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Christian H.
  June 1, 2011
The talented builder you are! How many times have you been to Neverland?
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  June 1, 2011
Wowzers
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  June 1, 2011
Wow! Great moc!
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  June 1, 2011
Wow! Great moc!
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  June 1, 2011
Amazing! I can see why this took you so long, there are so many nice details, the photo of Peter Pan is great. Love this moc. Well done.
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  June 1, 2011
That bird hatching is the best! And of course the figs are top-notch! Great job!
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  June 1, 2011
awesome job! love everything except for the monkey...
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  June 1, 2011
Brilliant Hook. Nice techniques here but the monkey is kinda over sized and oddly proportioned.
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  June 1, 2011
Fabulous job, Max! This is a stunning piece of work; there are so many great details, I can't decide which one is best! Congrats on reaching your 50th MOC!
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  June 1, 2011
Yes!!! This deserves MOC of the day! Totally awesome! I've already told you everything I love about it, but man this is good! I love the waterfall and the brilliant stream bed! The mini-figs are all awesome, and I love how you designed each one of them (down to the last pirate) directly off their descriptions in the actaul story. Max you are incredible! Keep up the good work! And we'll see if I'm not right, but I beleive this is eventually headed to the top of the homepage! Very, very,very, well done!!!
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  June 1, 2011
Cool! I like the way you used hair as a nest!
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  June 1, 2011
I love the stream
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  June 1, 2011
Clever.
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  June 1, 2011
dido on Paul. Buttttt... YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!!
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  June 1, 2011
Okay. My last comment was out of place, so here I will delve into the awesomeness of this creation. Actually, "awesomeness" does not begin to describe. I've been tracking your posts, Max, and I was secretly hoping this would be your 50th. A MOC worthy of that title it is. Okay. On to the rest of this work of genius. Love the stream. Love the trees. The maracca baby bird was so terribly clever, and the maracca coconuts were as well. Did you buy a stack of those from Bricklink or something? Captain Hook is my favorite, but your dedication in recreating each of the pirates and lost boys is astounding. Then if the first level wasn't enough, you doubled the awesomeness. (Can you tell that this is my favorite creation of yours yet?) Anywho, your waterfall is very clever as well, and the detail in the bottom level rocks! Literally! Like "rocks" heh... meh... All in all, your coolest piece of Lego work, and my only critique would be my usual, "context is more important than detail," but with the level of detail in this dio, I don't care if you toss context out the window. Great work Max.
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  June 1, 2011
You have some excellent techniques there! For example your use of the trophy for Tinker-bell, and your fantastic work on the water are 2 very good examples.
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  June 1, 2011
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