Dante Alighieri's work served only as a framework for the models.
I took the freedom to do my own interpretation of the Circles, to challenge my imagination and creativity, to see with what I can come up with before I read the epic poem. It was a fun experiment and interesting to create a different approach for each circle.
Hi, I saw you question, about remaking this moc. I am not sure, Of course this is a very nice build, with very very nice techniques, but maybe to reasons occur to me: it is smaller then the others, and maybe a little less overwhelming.
Thanks you rated my latest, it is much appreciated!
Wow. You really have a gifted mind. Your designs and engineering skills at building temple type mocs are top notch. I really like your 9 circles idea and anticipate each one more than the last. I'm blown away! ~cheers
Mihai, thanks to your exellent take on this category you get my vote. Building in just 2 colours really is a challenge, but you managed to come up with a clean and clearly arranged scene. Your architectual design is another plus.
With two completely different takes on the category it's always hard to choose. I feel you both did excellent work here. Don't get too confident with this because this one could go either way but, you got my vote! Good luck with the other two judges... this is a tough one! ~ Chris.
This could easily belong in the Surrealism category. The MOC definitely captures the viewer's attention and holds it. Simple and yet elegant. It has all the elements in place to convey Limbo. Just wow!