I am rather smug. Though, I say it myself, this came out as one of my best creations and even better, the best LEGO Yoda's hut so far. (Apart from ACpin's, which he uploaded about the same time as this grrr......)
About this creation
The MOC has a removable roof so that you can "play inside". The interior is all SNOTd, except for a few studs for securing the Minifigures. The model was referenced from a book, of which there is an image below.
its diffently very roomy, and detailed it is aswell, but EPIC is as diffinition rare, if you where the only one to ever build a yodas hut, then i would agree, but you aint the first one, however, it is a really good hut, great job
Very nice creation, but I must agree with Sebeus and Flare, change the title, let the viewers decide what is "epic"....I loathe that word, it is so overused. Also, advertising your build on Flare's MOC is bad form. That is his creation, not somewhere to push your stuff. I really do like this though.
You got a lot of nerve, claiming to have the "best yoda's hut"...
I agree :P
Still, considering the title, "very detailed and epic" is something for the public to decide, especially the term "epic", a creation can only be considered epic when there's a group of relevant number supports the statement.
I must admit this is a very handsome looking creation, although I do not appreciate you advertising it on my MOC and the title is a little egotistical (if I were you I would just call it "Yoda's Hut", we already know that it is a cool creation!)... anyways great recreation of Yoda's Hut!
Great build! AC's landscape was fantastic, but your movie accurate details really take the cake! So: I can't say which is better, they both have their strengths (AC's landscape looks so real!) but I can say that it's a steep competition. Nice job all around.
I couldn't help but laugh at the British pronouciation of the words. Minifigger? Us Americans (or at least us crazy people in Oklahoma) say mini-fig-yer. As for MOCpages, I've heard it pronounced by Americans as both MOCK pages and M-O-C-pages (the latter being how I say it)