Gentleman Scarecrow has had enough of this Hobo Joe and has challenged him to a karate battle atop Machu Picchu!!
About this creation
As the chill winds blow across the mysterious ruins of Machu Picchu, something colder is rising within the heart of "Gentleman Scarecrow" - a pure cold contempt for Hobo Joe!
GS: I challenge thee to a martial arts duel of epic proportions. What say you?
HJ: You want to fight me tuxedo boy? That's a good one!
GS: Are you a man, or a just a southern fried chicken?!
HJ: Them thar's fightin' words!! Your on!
*cue epic battle music*
*over-aggressive attempted kill move*
*Appalachian tripping maneuver*
*Crane technique! If do right, no can defense!*
*If no do right, can defense*
*lightning quick recovery"
*epic stare-down pt. 1*
*epic stare-down pt. 2*
*foe is disarmed*
*epic energy blast FTW!*
HJ: You Tom-fool scarecrow!
You made my pipe go out!
Fourth Wall Commentary:
Why, you may ask? Why not I say! How often do you get to stage an epic karate battle in one of the wonders of the world?? Hope you enjoyed this as much as the many puzzled tourists did who watched us do this photoshoot. I also take a lot of pride in making my MOCs dynamic and expressive and I thought such a battle could demonstrate this a little. Let me know what you think!!
A great job, and even more if we consider you didn't add any effects... And you did it on the Machu Picchu! Also, it surprised me when HJ won the battle... As many people usually do, I thought GS would win. Well, I hope you'll do more of this on the future, my dear Nathan!
Live from Machu Picchu! I don't know if I have ever seen a MOC photographed in a less likely location. It's very striking. Your photos are really good, especially when one considers that you had very little control over the environment. Everything had to be shot in the sun light you had on hand. And still, the photos are prefect. A picture of the tourist spectators would really have nailed this thing down though. Well done. Attack!