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M.O. Round 3 - George G. vs P. Voranc
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George G. vs P. Voranc in the 2012 MOCOlympics Category:

"Macroscale forced perspective: A forced perspective category but with a little twist. Build a forced perspective scene where the foreground is larger than minifig scale. The background may be any size you want(including minifig scale if you wish)."

What's more exciting than Medieval Jousting, eh? :)
I wanted to create a scene where something as small as a horses hoof was super-large in the foreground, and then make the transition through Miniland scale, Minifigure scale, Microfigure scale, and through various grades of tiny scales, to create an epic scene.

I hadn't really done castle building or landscaping before,so I thought now was a good time to do this, and on a large scale!



Every year, the kingdoms of Bluefield, Yellowland and Greensborough take their strongest knights to the Kingdom of Redshire where they have a mighty jousting tournament! Currently, Redshire's George-ious G-ious is facing Bluefield's P-ious Voranc-ious, who will win?





Notice the horse shoe made from Minifigure arms ;)











In the distance are a marshland farm and a village.



There's also a farmyard, featuring a sheep pen and a field which the horse is ploughing.







Here you can get a better look at the knight's shield, the horses head and the dragon on the helmet (my favourite detail :D).





You couldn't really see the tents in the forced perspective shots, so here they are :)

I hope you enjoyed your day at the joust, and good luck Mr Voranc!



Comments

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  February 2, 2014
:O This is incredible! The best forced perspective i've ever seen!
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  January 31, 2014
Wow, this is amazing. Some of the most incredible forced perspective I have ever seen.
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  January 18, 2013
I especially like the mountains in the background. :)
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  January 11, 2013
Can't believe I didn't comment on this when it first came out. Lovely work George! And on another note, you should have a special FM from me in your inbox over on the Flickrverse!
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  November 21, 2012
I meant to do this when I first saw it, just now got around to it- Blogged! http://lmotd.blogspot.com/2012/11/amazing-forced-perspective-jousting.html
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  November 3, 2012
Now I see your picture, you need a new siggy. :) And perhaps a smile...? ;) Naw just kidding, that's about how I look when I'm building, and even when I'm not. Congrats on making it!
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  October 26, 2012
All the best for R4 George! I trust you have a ton of homework - make sure to take your time with that... may the best bug win :-)
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  October 26, 2012
George, you are a clever little guy (said the little man). Using forced perspective even on the horse and its leg itself is ingenious. Congratulations, a well deserved win.
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  October 25, 2012
Wow! That's some of the most effective and complex forced perspective I've ever seen! Amazing build, details and photos.
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  October 25, 2012
Awesome FP! Great job
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  October 24, 2012
Wow! Excellent FP!
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  October 24, 2012
Congratulations on advancing! I wish you good luck in the next round!
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  October 24, 2012
Well done George! A great build showing technical skill and a good eye for the perspective too. Congrats on advancing, but now a Brit must depart the contest! Good luck to you and Nick in R4.
George G.
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Lucas .
  October 23, 2012
Very nice work! The amount of detail that you put into this is staggering. I am also really impressed by all the techniques that you used to create several of these details, the minifig arms for a horse shoe is just brilliant and that dragon on the knights helmet looks fantastic!
 I like it 
  October 23, 2012
Insanity!
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  October 23, 2012
This is the best entry of round three. The excellent details are effective.
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  October 23, 2012
What an incredible build! The FP is well played.....well played indeed! A very deserving entry and win for the next round! Congrats!
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  October 22, 2012
you have my vote, IMO the best forced perspective of the two builds!
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  October 22, 2012
Simply one of the best FP I've seen. See you next round!
  October 22, 2012
Great forspec build, dude - the horseshoe is a nice touch! - Huss Q.
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  October 22, 2012
Brilliant work, especially with the foreground and the mountainous background! You've got my vote!
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  October 22, 2012
BEST.FP.EVER...At least it is definately tied with Stormbringer's Seven Nation Army MOC.
George G.
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Space Gypsy .
  October 21, 2012
Yet another masterful FP. That horse is flawlessly built and the rest is just astonishing!
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  October 21, 2012
Incredibly brilliant scaling, awesome work! Best of luck!
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  October 21, 2012
Wow! That is just, well, perfect actually.
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  October 21, 2012
Creative, clever and beautifully built. I agree with Elk Guard, the photos showing the whole scene look so distorted and show just how good the FP building and photography is.
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  October 21, 2012
Great, I love the horseshoes, and I like the way 'I' look. :D Funny and clever positioning of legs... And yes, your helmet is wonderfully detailed.
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  October 21, 2012
Awesome work George! :D Great FP. :)
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  October 21, 2012
That's some of the best forced perspective I've seen. Great job on scale too.
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  October 21, 2012
Amazing! The first shot doesn't let on all the work you've put into this, but man, it's a lot! I have to agree with you on my favorite part, though: that dragon is amazing ;D
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  October 21, 2012
Brilliant.
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  October 21, 2012
I think a testiment to how good the perspective is, is how ridiculously out of scale the non-perspective shots look. Brilliant!
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  October 21, 2012
This is top-notch! Well done and good luck:)
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  October 21, 2012
Nicely done!
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  October 21, 2012
Amazing work George! The forced perspective is top-notch! Good luck!
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  October 21, 2012
Nice job, George! Much better than last year's forced perspective for sure. Such great detailing. I love every bit of it.
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  October 21, 2012
Wow... Wow! Awesome work man!
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  October 21, 2012
A fantastic build! GL in the MO!
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  October 21, 2012
What a beauty!
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  October 21, 2012
Turned out great, George! Quite a convincing scene with lots of interesting details throughout. Good luck!
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  October 21, 2012
I love it! the tranzitions from one part of FP to another is excellent! I love the micro figures as FP in the background!
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  October 21, 2012
The complexity of your entry is mind-boggling! I wouldn't even know where to start with a category like this, but you pulled it off! Great job!
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  October 21, 2012
You're Master of perspective
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  October 21, 2012
This is a cathegory that would literally filled my trousers with brown substances, but man, you made it look so easy! The macroscale horse and knight are a masterpiece; a poseable horse is REALLY difficult to make! The microscale figs are a plus detail and the skyline is wonderfull. A fantastic entry, my friend, good luck with your judges.
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  October 21, 2012
The comments below say it all. George this is fantastic work.
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  October 21, 2012
Masterful! Genius design!
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  October 21, 2012
Superb work!
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  October 21, 2012
Superbly done; and loads of neat ideas here.. good luck!
 I like it 
  October 21, 2012
Wow, awesome! Great work!
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  October 21, 2012
This is amazing George! The forced perspective is one of the best that I have seen! Good luck!
 I like it 
  October 21, 2012
Great idea and execution.
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  October 21, 2012
Very cunning idea! The forced perspective is really well done! Best of luck with judges!
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  October 21, 2012
The articulation on the macro-scale horse is amazing. The perspective works perfectly.
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  October 21, 2012
Wonderously magical! I adore the knights' names! Best of luck! :)
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  October 21, 2012
That. Is. Epic!!! One of the most brilliantly done forced- perspectives I've ever seen : ) Mind. Blown.
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  October 21, 2012
This...this is awesome! Good luck in the MO's!
 
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