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Doctor Who - The stolen earth
This is our first take at editing photos. It was fun, but it shows that we havent done it before. Gonna share it with you all anyways.
About this creation
To learn a bit about Doctor Who, visit this MOC: Doctor Who - The Blue Box.

Doctor Who - Season 4, Episode 12:
Earth and 26 other planets are stolen and tossed in the Medusa Cascade. The Doctor have to respond.
This is the rescue scene.
Originally The earth is flewen back into its original position in our galaxy using the force of the Tardis, we have used an LEGO chain to symbolize it.

Original photo:



This is our first take at editing pictures so bare with us that it looks as it does. :)



Comments

LEGOrats dk
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Alex Storm
  March 6, 2012
wow! this is neat, also, I hope your wife is feeling better, not to be creepy, but cause it's too bad when sometimes people go through scary things, and it's a responsibility to help anyone though it no matter how (dis)connected. Anyways this is pretty cool, I haven't tried editing, but watching your Doctor series and am becoming more open to these techniques. All the best to you and yours ;)
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  January 24, 2012
Thanks for all your comments. Not gonna reply on everything, my wife just had surgery so i use my time on her obviously. But were still around . :)
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Impressive! Especially good job on the sphere, I tried and failed to create one once. Great work!
We remade it 5-6 times. But we had to make it. We need it for "somthing" ! :p
Quoting Baron Von Ben ~ Lovely take on the TARDIS and the scene! The edits look wonderful, but a bit of cropping may help the subject appear more prevalent to the picture. Great work, though!
Thanks for the tip. We learn all the time ! :)
Quoting Mr. Xenomurphy Very good. If you're planning on putting a MOC on a dark background later, like in this case, you might want to photograph it on a dark background. Otherwise the reflection on the bricks looks a bit unrealistic.
Thanks mate. :) That kinda makes sense. We need more backgrounds in diffrent colors !
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  January 23, 2012
Impressive! Especially good job on the sphere, I tried and failed to create one once. Great work!
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  January 23, 2012
Nice job on that pic! Photoediting AND forced perspective!
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  January 21, 2012
exellent! i love it. and your tardis design is great, by the way my second version of the tardis will be up soon along with my interior of the 11th doctors.
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  January 21, 2012
Lovely take on the TARDIS and the scene! The edits look wonderful, but a bit of cropping may help the subject appear more prevalent to the picture. Great work, though!
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  January 21, 2012
Nice edits!
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  January 21, 2012
Very good. If you're planning on putting a MOC on a dark background later, like in this case, you might want to photograph it on a dark background. Otherwise the reflection on the bricks looks a bit unrealistic.
LEGOrats dk
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Vladimir R.
  January 20, 2012
Awesome micro-build. And your photoshoping is really good, much better than mine (for me it is doing my younger brother who is good in it).
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  January 20, 2012
Loved that episode :D BTW Great build!
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  January 20, 2012
Neat build! Your photo editing is cool too!
 
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