My entry into Round 1 of "The First Official Moccer Cup." Please comment, rate and enjoy!
About this creation
Well, this is my entry to the First Round of The First Official Moccer Cup.
I am in the "Average" Category and so we were allowed to create something using only 6 colors.
The title of my entry is: "The Outside World."
For my entry, I wanted to use two sets of very different colors.
So here as you can see we have a man in a prison. Very dark, bleary, dull colors.
And now you can see through the bars of his cell... The Outside World. The world he wishes for every day. The world he longs to see, instead of being locked away for what remains of his life.
Artistic shot of the light from The Outside World, shining through the bars of the window.
And now we can see outside...
Beautiful. A paradise. Plants and trees in abundance, wildlife flourishes.
A flock of birds rests in the tree tops.
The whole moc.
The two different worlds together. Inside, dark and dead. And Outside, bright and full of life.
The roof of the jail.
The tree tops.
The back of the moc. You can see the earth as well, with lumps of rock within.
Another look at the grass and earth beneath.
Some of the animals. A cat toying with a frog while another frog watches on, hidden in the grass.
Did anybody spot the owl and the snake as well?
Okay, so I wanted to make something which used lots of color. So my first idea was to create a scene with a rainbow! I spend a good couple of hours designing my build and then realized my mistake... Rainbows have 7 colors and we were allowed 6! So I scratched that and eventually came up with this! I wanted to include a lake as well but couldn't due to the color limit.
The colors I've used are:
Light Bley / Grey (Classed as the same color: I checked.)
Redish Brown / Brown (Again, classed as the same.)
Good luck to everyone in the competition! May the best builder win!
Quoting Joshua Ferm
Wow that's great! Could you do a tutorial on how to do the arms?
Thanks. There are loads of tutorials on how to do it around here on the 'pages. It's just the simple flexible figure technique using an elastic band and then the chains are attached simply by taking the hands off and putting the chains on then.