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The reason I haven’t been posting many MOCs lately: my Junior/Senior Banquet Projects!
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The MOC of honor that I created for my fellow seniors. It depicts the Banquet, graduating, a micro-scale college, and finally a “?” to represent our unknown futures. Minifigures, representing various career options (yes, that’s a Spiderman minifig you see : ) cover the bottom.


One of the LEGO necklaces that I handed out. I do not condone drilling holes in LEGO, making non-purist jewelry, or generally wrecking them. However, I figured since it was only 85 pieces I was drilling, I was graduating with a lot of these fine people, and that to NOT give everyone something would be stuck-up of me, I made the plunge. It was a bit tricky with the drilling, but thankfully enough, I only busted three 2x4 blue bricks, which I have tons of anyways; I used lanyards for the “lace” part.


My sig-fig, all dressed up. I wore him on my suit jacket, as a nod to my love of LEGO.


At the banquet, I received the award for “Most Likely to Start a Star Wars Convention”, which is probably something I’d do if I had enough cash. I also got a Clone Wars sticker book (blech!) and a LEGO Republic Attack Shuttle polybag (Yay!)

Background info:
One of the benefits of being a senior in my fabulous home school group is that you get to be a guest of honor at our yearly Junior/Senior Banquet. The event is held at a luxurious restaurant in northern NJ, where people dress up in their best attire, make speeches, hand out funny awards to each other, and eat expensive food at a fraction of its cost (group discounts for da win!) It was a great night, and everyone had a ton of fun. Also, after everyone got to see my LEGO creations, they started calling me “that LEGO guy”, which is fine with me! When the Banquet ended, there was a totally awesome after-party, with food, an awesome DJ (whom I’m graduating with), a heated pool, and loads of party music. All in all, I had a great time!

I apologize for not uploading pics of me or pics of the actual banquet; I’m a bit paranoid about getting my face plastered on the web, and I don’t look very good in pictures anyways :P

Note: I would like to give a shout-out to all the great people who make up the Brickset.com Forum: You guys and gals were with me every step of the way! Thanks!

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 I like it 
  June 13, 2011
Hehe, love the graduation caps. Here's to four (or more) more years of learning!
Paul Romano
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Lucas .
  June 11, 2011
I really like those little scenes you built,and I hope that you had a good time ;)
Paul Romano
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Mark E
  June 6, 2011
Cool.....
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  June 6, 2011
Quoting Ced The Clever That sounds like it would be loads of fun! Does everyone do Lego? Just you? Love the mini college(and embarrassed to say the necklaces too).
No, I was the only one there going LEGO-crazy, and yes, it was loads of fun! There are LEGO fans in my homeschool group, most of whom focus on Mindstorm NXT. Thanks for the comment!
 I like it 
  June 6, 2011
That sounds like it would be loads of fun! Does everyone do Lego? Just you? Love the mini college(and embarrassed to say the necklaces too).
 
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