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The Entire Star Tours Disney Attraction in MICRO!!!
Well guys,here's another special.This here Micro Scale MOC is what I considered one of my favorite rides of all in Disney parks.This here is the entire section of the hit new "Star Tours 2:The Adventures Continue" attraction built with great effort,taking half a night, and the reference pics were only in my memory cause the ones my mom took weren't so clear.This creation was built in four separate sections:the entrance,where the AT AT is located;the gift shop,which is the tan building like the ones on Tatooine;the Jedi Training Academy,where the Imperial Endor Bunker is;and the way into the stimulator,which is the best part!Hope you like the presentation.Enjoy.
About this creation
Page is divided into 4 sections.
Okay,why don't we start with...

Section 1,The Entrance.
This here is the entire section,like in Orlando,I placed a Micro AT-AT walker along in the trees.

This here is the AT-AT.Features moving legs!

Another shot with forward looking head.

This is what I used to hold the AT-AT.

This is the platform.

All those grey pieces you see here are where the line goes.Pretty neat huh,I even included that.Also,not just here,but throughout the rest of the MOC,you will see a few of these orange studs.They resemble Star Tours crew members.
Here,he is taking the tickets.

These are the trees,as seen in the attraction resembling the trees from Endor.That's it for this section folks.Now let's go to...

Section 2,The Gift Shop.
The gift shop is actually a building from Tatooine in Hollywood Studios.It's not completely accurate that's for sure,but that's because it's hard to make the actual details it has for a Micro-Scale.See that?Another crew member greeting shoppers at the entrance.

The back.There's not much for this Section

Section 3,the Jedi Training Academy.
It's actually the Imperial Shield Generator Bunker we all have seen in ROTJ.

This is just the bunker here.The rd stud is one of the performers and there's another crew member.

No bunker,that's just the background there.

The back of the background.Same thing really. XD
Now for...

Section 4,The Best part,The Way Into Adventure!
This here is the entire section.

These grey pieces are where the line continues.It connects to the rest of the line in "The Entrance"section which is Section 1.

Here's the right side view.There's the Starspeeder 1000 as well as part of the line and the TV screen.

The white,flat piece connected to the wall is the TV screen.

This here is the Wall from where you enter from the entrance outside.See that little uncovered hole there?That's the doorway into the room.

Hey look,C-3PO(yellow stud) on the control platform.Just like the real thing!

Hey look,R2-D2(blue stud)on the Starspeeder 1000!

This here is the other side from where you exit to the hallway and into the stimulator(I didn't add that cause it doesn't feel like necessary,also for the heavy cost of bricks.

Back view of the outside,plus 2 more crew members working on the ride.

This is the front,where the entrance is connected.

The side where the gift shop is connected.

And the other side where the Jedi Training Academy is connected.

Thanks for visting!

and

Thank you for choosing
STAR TOURS



Comments

Gerald F.
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Beaver Boy !
  November 27, 2011
Awesome!
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  November 27, 2011
Quoting M<0><0>DSWIM ! Very nice work! Micro scale is pretty difficult because you have to use simple parts to represent complex things, but you pulled it off here. Love that AT-AT design and would like to see it in a Battle of Hoth build some time.
Thanks for the kind words my friend.And that Hoth idea is awesome!!Thanks again.
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  November 27, 2011
Very nice work! Micro scale is pretty difficult because you have to use simple parts to represent complex things, but you pulled it off here. Love that AT-AT design and would like to see it in a Battle of Hoth build some time.
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  November 27, 2011
Quoting Harry 863 Hmm, you can't click on that link anymore Hawk because they deleted the page. Basically i need you to give me the outlines of a Jedi or Sith Sig-Fig for you that I can make.
Ok sure. Black spiky hair Favorite color:blue,and also black,which ever is easier. I love to draw and build LEGO. I have a pet dog. I love SW obviously. I'll see what else I can give later.
  November 27, 2011
Hmm, you can't click on that link anymore Hawk because they deleted the page. Basically i need you to give me the outlines of a Jedi or Sith Sig-Fig for you that I can make.
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  November 27, 2011
Really cool!
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  November 27, 2011
Really Nice work again.Could check out my creations
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  November 27, 2011
Awesome work Hawk, it looks great. I need you to comment on this, you'll see why when you look at it :) http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/296951
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  November 26, 2011
That sounds great my friend.You know,I finished the descriptions so you can now understand the pics better.
  November 26, 2011
Right on! I could easily recognize each part! Recently, I built a minifigure scale version of C-3PO's control station. I'll post it as soon as I can.
 
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