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Two-point FP Melting Cityscape
My entry for Round 2 of the 2012 Mocolympics.
About this creation
EDIT: Title changed from MO:R2 Thoy Bradley vs Blake Baer 14/10/2012

MocOlympics Group here.
Link to Blake Baer's Homepage here.

Category:
"Melt Down" : HELP! It's so hot everything is melting ! The sidewalks, the buildings, the pigeons... This one may be a bit tricky
but build us a MOC where everything has melted.

So for Round 2 I had, according to 'popular opinion', the hardest category to build in. On top of this I was also pitted against Blake Baer, an absolutely top notch builder. In my opinion, the category was a stroke of luck for me as it levelled the playing field a bit.

I knew I had very little in the way of smoothing pieces to create a melting effect, so I decided to go with forced perspective. Rather than do the typical '1-point perspective' I have taken forced Perspective to the next level - '2-point perspective'. Not hard eh? Wrong. With 2-point perspective there are maybe 2 instances where any angle you are working with is 90°.

I have done countless image searches on Google looking for other attempts at Lego '2-point perspective' and have found none, which leads me to believe this is the first ever on the internet. I don't know if I've done enough to beat Blake, but I do hope I've bought forth a concept which others will endeavour to try themselves in the future. Please take your time and enjoy! ~Thoy

The first 8 photos are to show details of my setup. You will see holes in the build all over the place.













Shot showing that the corner is not built at a 90° angle.


Final shot of set up.

These following images are of the final presentation, showing off the 2-point perspective at its best.


Final presentation zoomed with no backdrop.


Final presentation zoomed with backdrop.


Final presentation of entire scene with backdrop.



Comments

 I like it 
  November 1, 2012
A really amazing creation! Very well done! When I saw the category, I just can't imagine how to do what you've done with bricks! Now, I see... Very impressive!
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Paul McKeever III ah 2 point perspectives my favorite part of drawing class.
It was mine too :)
 I like it 
  October 19, 2012
ah 2 point perspectives my favorite part of drawing class.
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Mark Kelso All the angles on this thing are brilliant, Thoy! Great work on a very difficult subject.
Thanks Mark, great to hear from you :)
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Yuri Fassio Insanely clever! I love it!
Thanks Yuri :)
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Marc dZ Brilliant! The FP technic is just stunning... Lego is really a unique toy!!
I agree, its such a versatile medium for art, add some creative playability and we pretty much have the ultimate toy at our fingertips! Thanks
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Tom Remy Exactly what I hoped to see! Wonderful (and huge!) creation, the forced perspective is top-notch! But I especially like your use of those long antennas and dishes and the little green plate from the toy-story soldiers. Congrats and good luck!
Thanks Tom :)
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  October 19, 2012
Quoting Freeling ++ Insane... I had actually imagined some droopy buildings leaning over and spilling onto the droopy road. (If I only had enough pieces I would make it.) Excellent entry! You and Blake will always be two of my favorite builders on here.
Thanks Dude :)
 I like it 
  October 19, 2012
Fantastic!
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  October 18, 2012
All the angles on this thing are brilliant, Thoy! Great work on a very difficult subject.
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  October 16, 2012
Excellent job. The FP is really effective here!
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  October 14, 2012
Insanely clever! I love it!
 I like it 
  October 14, 2012
Brilliant! The FP technic is just stunning... Lego is really a unique toy!!
 I like it 
  October 14, 2012
Exactly what I hoped to see! Wonderful (and huge!) creation, the forced perspective is top-notch! But I especially like your use of those long antennas and dishes and the little green plate from the toy-story soldiers. Congrats and good luck!
 I like it 
  October 13, 2012
Insane... I had actually imagined some droopy buildings leaning over and spilling onto the droopy road. (If I only had enough pieces I would make it.) Excellent entry! You and Blake will always be two of my favorite builders on here.
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  October 11, 2012
Quoting Bob the inconceivably invincible Fantastic creation!
Thank You :)
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  October 11, 2012
Quoting Stuart Delahay Congratulations on advancing Thoy! I wouldn't have liked to try and call this one between you and Blake and I think you both made superlative builds. I really admire the dedication to show that 2-point perspective - the actual construction must have been a mighty challenge here but it looks fantastic so well worth the effort! Good luck to you going forward.
Thanks Stu. There was a lot of thought go into that setup, the supporting structure had to be right before any of the surface building could be done. Thanks again :)
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  October 11, 2012
Quoting Blake Baer Hiya Thoy! Awesome job man! Congrats on going to R3! Be sure to knock their socks off! As God would have it, I'll probably be retiring from LEGO (if not going into a dark age) for a while, but I'll try to follow your progress. It was an honor facing a builder of your caliber. Best of luck in R3! :D
Thanks Blake, You'll see my full post on your build! Til next time! BTW, I havn't commented on your Rivendel yet because I am still digesting it, I've visited it close to 15 times just admiring the waterwork and surrounding greenery. You will get a post, eventually :)
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  October 11, 2012
Quoting Shannon Ocean Wow this was tough!! My vote goes to you Thoy for two reasons: A, the techniques you used for an unusual effect and B, an original idea. Blake's moc is AMAZING is looks exactly like a screen shot of the movie but I must always award slightly more points for an original design out of your own head. Congrats!
Thank You Shannon! I am bit sad to see such a gifted young builder leave the competition so early, although I only really have my R1 entry to blame for us meeting in the first place. You judges will get sick of me fast if I keep having tough-to-call R2s year after year... Your comments are appreciated.
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  October 11, 2012
Quoting Hans Dendauw NPD Brilliantly executed. Probably the best use of forced perspective I've ever seen.~G
Thanks Hans. Only my second time doing FP so to hear everyone saying how amazing it is makes me quite overwhelmed. Cheers!
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  October 11, 2012
Fantastic creation!
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  October 11, 2012
Congratulations on advancing Thoy! I wouldn't have liked to try and call this one between you and Blake and I think you both made superlative builds. I really admire the dedication to show that 2-point perspective - the actual construction must have been a mighty challenge here but it looks fantastic so well worth the effort! Good luck to you going forward.
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  October 11, 2012
Hiya Thoy! Awesome job man! Congrats on going to R3! Be sure to knock their socks off! As God would have it, I'll probably be retiring from LEGO (if not going into a dark age) for a while, but I'll try to follow your progress. It was an honor facing a builder of your caliber. Best of luck in R3! :D
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  October 11, 2012
Wow this was tough!! My vote goes to you Thoy for two reasons: A, the techniques you used for an unusual effect and B, an original idea. Blake's moc is AMAZING is looks exactly like a screen shot of the movie but I must always award slightly more points for an original design out of your own head. Congrats!
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  October 11, 2012
Brilliantly executed. Probably the best use of forced perspective I've ever seen.~G
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  October 10, 2012
I agree with Thoy here in that although Blake's creation was very neat and the water was done magnificently, it does not really embrace the actual difficulty of representing melting things, while yours is an excellent portrayal of what would happen if a city was made of LEGO bricks on a very hot day.
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  October 10, 2012
Quoting Blake Baer The category was either incredibly specific, or it gave tons of latitude for freedom. What I mean is, if I were to take the category to the letter, I would have a melting scene almost exactly like yours (except where's your pigeons?!). But, the only real specification is "...build us a MOC where everything has melted." (I saw the previous bit as being a comedic element, a possible example, or some context.) When I built my creation, I just intended to build a creation where EVERYTHING has melted. The beauty of my build comes when you think it over for a time. If you look through the character's eyes, EVERYTHING has melted (as opposed to yours which is only partially melted :P). At this point, I just did a much more bold and daring approach to the category, but one that doesn't compromise the rules or stretch the imagination of the judges.
I know exactly where you come from as I knew the category could be read that way too, however, the difficulty of this category was showing the deformation. You can tell its deformation that the judges are after because of the way they describe the scene in the category description. I don't think the freedom in this category was to skip the deformation, the freedom here was to create any scene you like (where's my pigeon?), and show it deforming in a melting motion. I did do a city scene, but there is nothing saying that it cant be a car melting, a rock face melting, a western scene melting, a camping scene melting etc. The list of options is endless. The reason I chose the city scene is because it had obvious linear elements which would help show 2p FP most effectively. The scene used was not the important part of the category, the deformation and quality of deformation is. Don't get me wrong, your build as a MOC is phenomenal on every level, but I tend to agree with Heath that it missed the category somewhat. Again, I'm not a judge and I will have to sit here and take it how its handed to me :)
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  October 10, 2012
Quoting Thoy Bradley I cant say I agree with your reasoning, there is a fine line between taking liberty with the category and fitting the category. This category was clearly about showing something looking like its shape was deformed due to an increase in heat.
Hi Thoy. Your comment really popped out at me, so I thought a response might be called for. :)
Quoting The Category "Melt Down" : HELP It's so hot everything is melting! The sidewalks, the buildings, the pigeons... This one may be a bit tricky but build us a MOC where everything has melted.
The category was either incredibly specific, or it gave tons of latitude for freedom. What I mean is, if I were to take the category to the letter, I would have a melting scene almost exactly like yours (except where's your pigeons?!). But, the only real specification is "...build us a MOC where everything has melted." (I saw the previous bit as being a comedic element, a possible example, or some context.) When I built my creation, I just intended to build a creation where EVERYTHING has melted. The beauty of my build comes when you think it over for a time. If you look through the character's eyes, EVERYTHING has melted (as opposed to yours which is only partially melted :P). At this point, I just did a much more bold and daring approach to the category, but one that doesn't compromise the rules or stretch the imagination of the judges.
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  October 10, 2012
Quoting Cody G Wow, this is the hardest judging decision I've had to make so far! Both entries are valiant builds, and both deserve to make it to the next round. Alas, I can't vote for both of you, so my vote goes to your opponent. His take on the category was slightly less to-the-letter, which I appreciate. Good luck with the other judges!
I cant say I agree with your reasoning, there is a fine line between taking liberty with the category and fitting the category. This category was clearly about showing something looking like its shape was deformed due to an increase in heat. However, You are the judge I will have to sit tight and take it how its handed to me. Thanks for the compliments :)
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  October 9, 2012
Wow, this is the hardest judging decision I've had to make so far! Both entries are valiant builds, and both deserve to make it to the next round. Alas, I can't vote for both of you, so my vote goes to your opponent. His take on the category was slightly less to-the-letter, which I appreciate. Good luck with the other judges!
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  October 9, 2012
Brilliant! Just about the best brickbuilding on this pages. I must say, I'll give your opponent exactly the same comment.
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting George G. Brilliant job Thoy! I'm rooting for you - because then if you make it to the semis and so do I, it'll mean that we can have a re-match :D Great job once again!
Hahaha, that was a good joke George ;) After last year I might be the last person you want to re-match hehe, you know, getting back up and taking the castle? In all honesty it would be a fantastic re-match and one that I would produce a 'gold quality' build for. Thanks mate. ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Brilliant job Thoy! I'm rooting for you - because then if you make it to the semis and so do I, it'll mean that we can have a re-match :D Great job once again!
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Parrington Levens OMG! I'd hate to have to judge this showdown! Amazing Thoy, wow!
Haha cheers! I think your words resonate throughout a lot of peoples minds. ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Daniel Brilliant That is the coolest perspective effect I've seen yet. I love the look of this one. It looks a lot like summer here in Phoenix!
Thanks, and Phoenix must look amazing! ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Paul Romano This is good...no, scratch that, this is insanely good! FP is very hard to pull of in a large scale creation, but I gotta say, I think you aced it! What a fabulous entry!
Thanks Paul! Hopefully it gets me another vote :) ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Heath 'kik36' Flor Thoy, this is simply stunning! The details are subtle at first, but the forced perspective and expert photography really highlight your skills as a builder. Excellent job all the way around, and don't be surprised if you end up in round 3! :P
Thanks a lot for this Heath, the vote of confidence really boosted me. Why couldn't you be a judge? ;) Again, thank you. ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Flare . OK, now this is REALLY mind-blowing. Its just so incredible I will have to try out my hand at two-point forced perspective!
Go for it Flare, I think you'd be great at it! Thanks. ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Kayne _ Great build Thoy! I am glad you gave us some shots from back a ways so we could see just what went into the build here. The opening shot does such a good job of showing the perspective that it would be easy to think that really is just a corner shot. Of course, having photographed Lego, one knows that the photo doesn't always turn out the way the build looks in person. With the shots showing the build, and in particular the slope of the city scape and the corner building that is not 90 degrees, it explains how you made the shot look effortless, even though the build most certainly was not! That is a lot of thought and planning to get the result that looks very realistic and artistic at the same time
Thanks mate, if it weren't for the fact I built it, those presentation shots would still be fooling me - I'm stunned at how well it all turned out too, seeing as it was a bit of an experiment. I think the 2p fp really adds a lot more depth rather than the standard oblique perspective. Thanks for paying such good attention to the write-up :) ~Thoy
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  October 9, 2012
Quoting Chris Roach the geometry and forced perspective sold me you have my vote in this cat, it was a hard one for me to call though, good luck with the other judges! chris
Thanks Chris. I bet your glad to not be one of the competitors in another close-call match. Thanks to you last year I have a bit of practise at it now :)
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  October 9, 2012
OMG! I'd hate to have to judge this showdown! Amazing Thoy, wow!
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  October 9, 2012
That is the coolest perspective effect I've seen yet. I love the look of this one. It looks a lot like summer here in Phoenix!
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  October 8, 2012
This is good...no, scratch that, this is insanely good! FP is very hard to pull of in a large scale creation, but I gotta say, I think you aced it! What a fabulous entry!
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  October 8, 2012
Thoy, this is simply stunning! The details are subtle at first, but the forced perspective and expert photography really highlight your skills as a builder. Excellent job all the way around, and don't be surprised if you end up in round 3! :P
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  October 8, 2012
Simply wonderful! The judges are going to be hard-pressed to find a winner here.
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  October 8, 2012
OK, now this is REALLY mind-blowing. Its just so incredible I will have to try out my hand at two-point forced perspective!
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  October 8, 2012
Great build Thoy! I am glad you gave us some shots from back a ways so we could see just what went into the build here. The opening shot does such a good job of showing the perspective that it would be easy to think that really is just a corner shot. Of course, having photographed Lego, one knows that the photo doesn't always turn out the way the build looks in person. With the shots showing the build, and in particular the slope of the city scape and the corner building that is not 90 degrees, it explains how you made the shot look effortless, even though the build most certainly was not! That is a lot of thought and planning to get the result that looks very realistic and artistic at the same time
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  October 8, 2012
the geometry and forced perspective sold me you have my vote in this cat, it was a hard one for me to call though, good luck with the other judges! chris
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Stuart Lucas Like... wow. Both you and Blake have produced a technical tour de force in this most challenging of categories, I'm gald I don't have to judge between them!
Besides, its more fun being a contestant right Stuart? I look forward to seeing more gold from you all going well. Thanks!
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist And I thought my FP was a challenge to pull off... Incredible work! The angles are just mind-boggling, those offsets must have been a real pain. It's that underground that really stands out for me though, it looks like it actually goes on for miles under the city. Amazing entry, you'll definitely give Blake a run for his money!
Thanks Luke, it was my aim to step it up and give Blake a fair game :)
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Paul Vermeesch So yeah, maybe it's a little rough around the edges. Yeah, maybe it's not entire buildings collapsing into goo... but TWO POINT FORCED PERSPECTIVE?!?! Wow! This will indeed be the matchup of the century. I can't wait.
I'm not exactly sure what your saying here. Keep in mind, I have thought very hard about how to present this build, it would be safe to assume I have presented it exactly how I wanted it to look. Rough around the edges can actually be intentional :) I could imagine a scene of everything melting to have some sense of mess and chaos to it. So yeah, I'm not sure how to read between the lines of your comment, but this is my explanation. Thanks Paul :)
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Giovanni & Lennaert Seynhaeve I look forward to a long run with you in this contest. O, I pitty them judges!
Thanks Gio, I only hope I can continue to be a part of the contest. Hot competition.
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Dan Church A very unique take on the theme! And an excellent execution of the forced perspective! This kind of detail takes a lot of planning, or at least it would for me. Excellent work!
This was a lot of planning.I spent the best part of 6 days brainstorming my strategy and around 35hrs executing it. Thanks Dan :)
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Ian Spacek Thoy, this is incredible! Blake may finally have met his match, we'll see. Best of luck to both of you!
This match is truly turning into a stunner. Thanks Ian!
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Nick Barrett Wow. A masterclass in forced perspective - good luck!
Thanks Nick!
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Steve The Squid WOW, that perspective is AMAZING! I do hope you pass with this amazing entry!
Thanks, so do I :)
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting James Mckinnon That's quite an amazing build for such a tough category, good luck against Blake Baer. I love how you;ve done the forced perspective for this, I think maybe I'll try it, and give credit where credit is due, if you don't mind that is.
Thanks, don't worry about credit, 2-point perspective has been around for much longer than I have been. I just appear to be the first to try it in Lego :)
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Chris Phipson Looking forward to seeing what Blake posts as I know this will be THE showdown of round one! Good luck! ~ Chris.
I've seen Blake's build and this statement cannot be emphasized enough. Thanks Chris!
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Andre Benjamin This is just ridiculous! The cover pic had me floored, and then when I saw the subterranean detail... Well, yeah, I just have no words for the awesomeness before me. It looks like a world made out of ice cream. :D
This comment made me smile, Ice cream is the only reference I had for melting. Thanks!
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Stormbringer . I always thought things were going to heat up with this Moc-off. Totally wicked, man! This was an excellent idea and well executed.
Thanks dude :)
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Sebeus I This is precisely what I wanted to see when I made up this category, I'm not judging in brackets 3 and 4 so my opinion does not matter here for now. anyway, this is incredible, your opponent is capable of some incredible MOCing as well so this round should be exciting :)
Ah so your who I blame for my last four sleepless nights? ;) It was a very hard category, but it was not impossible - and that makes it a worthy challenge :) Thanks!
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  October 8, 2012
Quoting Elk Guard That final shot is pretty special!
Thanks Mate.
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  October 8, 2012
Like... wow. Both you and Blake have produced a technical tour de force in this most challenging of categories, I'm gald I don't have to judge between them!
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  October 7, 2012
This is all kinds of insanity. Brilliant!
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  October 7, 2012
And I thought my FP was a challenge to pull off... Incredible work! The angles are just mind-boggling, those offsets must have been a real pain. It's that underground that really stands out for me though, it looks like it actually goes on for miles under the city. Amazing entry, you'll definitely give Blake a run for his money!
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  October 7, 2012
So yeah, maybe it's a little rough around the edges. Yeah, maybe it's not entire buildings collapsing into goo... but TWO POINT FORCED PERSPECTIVE?!?! Wow! This will indeed be the matchup of the century. I can't wait.
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  October 7, 2012
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  October 7, 2012
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  October 7, 2012
This is brilliant Thoy! Best of luck:)
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  October 7, 2012
This is one hot build Thoy. Seriously, this is awesome, epic, amazing...all the big words fall short for what you've made here; a true masterpiece and still, I get the feeling you haven't played all your tricks here... I look forward to a long run with you in this contest. O, I pitty them judges!
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  October 7, 2012
Wow, amazing build! Love the road design, very smart!
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  October 7, 2012
A very unique take on the theme! And an excellent execution of the forced perspective! This kind of detail takes a lot of planning, or at least it would for me. Excellent work!
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  October 7, 2012
Epic work! The sloping is perfect and the FP is a nice touch. ;)
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  October 7, 2012
Thoy, this is incredible! Blake may finally have met his match, we'll see. Best of luck to both of you!
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  October 7, 2012
AMAZING!I love the idea, really well executed, great design! love the slopes, angles, and meltiness :D
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  October 7, 2012
AMAZING!I love the idea, really well executed, great design! love the slopes, angles, and meltiness :D
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  October 7, 2012
AMAZING!I love the idea, really well executed, great design! love the slopes, angles, and meltiness :D
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  October 7, 2012
This category was clearly the toughest one, but you pulled it off perfectly. Nice job with the melting effects, and interesting idea for the two-point perspective.
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  October 7, 2012
This category was clearly the toughest one, but you pulled it off perfectly. Nice job with the melting effects, and interesting idea for the two-point perspective.
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  October 7, 2012
Wow. Just, wow. Immense angle work going on there.
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  October 7, 2012
Wow. A masterclass in forced perspective - good luck!
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  October 7, 2012
So impressive. A daring build, pulled off to perfection.
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  October 7, 2012
Yep. You did it. I knew you would. Well done mate.
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  October 7, 2012
This is awesome the more you look the more you find, outstanding! Good luck with your judges.
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  October 7, 2012
This is quite a build! the forced perspective is brilliantly executed, and the detail is amazing! Best of luck! :)
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  October 7, 2012
WOW, that perspective is AMAZING! I do hope you pass with this amazing entry!
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  October 7, 2012
That's quite an amazing build for such a tough category, good luck against Blake Baer. I love how you;ve done the forced perspective for this, I think maybe I'll try it, and give credit where credit is due, if you don't mind that is.
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  October 7, 2012
This will be featured in "Great Lessons in Bricking--A History of Perspective"! Awesome! Very Best of Luck! :)
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  October 7, 2012
This is an amaing build and i love where the road was melted!
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  October 7, 2012
This, Thoy, is amazing. You rock dude. :O Unfortunately, since I just found out my opponent is not posting an entry, it seem I am up against you or Blake next round. This could get ugly for me. :P
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  October 7, 2012
I'm not a judge for your bracket so I'm free to comment here and can I just say... WOW! You're right that this is (also in my opinion) the hardest category in this round and you did not disappoint! Looking forward to seeing what Blake posts as I know this will be THE showdown of round one! Good luck! ~ Chris.
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  October 7, 2012
This is going to be interesting. I'll be posting later tonight, so there's no real point for you to be refreshing MOCpages every 10 minutes. Awesome job Thoy! Best of luck with the judges! :)
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  October 7, 2012
Impressive! The 2 point fp works really well, must have been a challenge, but well worth it. Good luck!
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  October 7, 2012
Awesome! I love the set up, and all the details
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  October 7, 2012
This is just ridiculous! The cover pic had me floored, and then when I saw the subterranean detail... Well, yeah, I just have no words for the awesomeness before me. It looks like a world made out of ice cream. :D
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  October 7, 2012
I always thought things were going to heat up with this Moc-off. Totally wicked, man! This was an excellent idea and well executed.
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  October 7, 2012
Regrettably agree with Deus. Amazing build and the good news is that castles don't melt, so Blake will be in trouble, but I guess we will see the ring melting with Gollum, right? I kid, I kid.
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  October 7, 2012
Stupendous Thoy! The detail in this Moc is awesome! Good luck!
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  October 7, 2012
This is precisely what I wanted to see when I made up this category, I'm not judging in brackets 3 and 4 so my opinion does not matter here for now. anyway, this is incredible, your opponent is capable of some incredible MOCing as well so this round should be exciting :)
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  October 7, 2012
Wow, that's amazing! The melting details are great and the forced persective is perfect! Great job! :-)) Good luck with the judges...
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  October 7, 2012
That final shot is pretty special!
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  October 7, 2012
Thoy compliments. Your category was really difficult, more, Blake is a feared rival, like you, anyway. That said, I do my best compliments to you, you did a great way to create a diorama. The prospect that you used is really genius .... I really like this job ... My best wishes with the judges!
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  October 7, 2012
Quoting Deus Otiosus It would work best if the final picture was the first...
Perhaps you are right, I might change it as it has not been added to group yet. Cheers
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  October 7, 2012
It would work best if the final picture was the first...
 
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