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Moc Off - David Vs. Mark Murphy
Finally here, though finished a couple days ago...
About this creation

So, Built for a Moc off between me and Mark.

Link to my opponents page.

To make the judges lives easier.

(And Reynolds especially, before you deduct point for dust on the bricks, I want to let you know I used a paintbrush to clean them off this time. :) (And for those who couldn't decipher, the sign in the title pic says "Harvest") :D




The whole scene. As you can see the hobbits are here, and even Gandalf has paid a visit to make the occasion more festive.











The party, seating/eating/drinking area where hobbits are showing up. I like the banner. :)









Gandalf, who is semi custom, smoking his pipe.











His half snot stool. :L











The dude on the left is having troubles with his chicken, and the dude on the right is really gulping it down. >:O











The refreshments, fruits, meat, and ale. :d











My custom barrel. Thanks to Blake Baer for the hand nozzle technique!











The stage with the podium.











Without the banner.











An old farmers cart.










I like this fig the most. :) Notice his striped shirt. :D











This cart is similar to my last one. This is different.....











I've got the same slant technique.












The wheels are basically the same. :)










But I did redesign the whole front of the thing and this harness. I like this harness better.











The party tree.











A young hobbit jumps from the ledge.











A little girl in the pile of leaves, with some in her hair.











The tree. Thank goodness for drafts!









How some are tilted.











More branches. Trust me, had I gotten my hands on more olive branches, this would be more filled out. :)











More leaves...











The tower technique for the base. I think I'll always remember building this because my family was watching "War Horse" whilst I chose to build this. I could hear it perfectly, and enjoyed it all the more because I noticed it had both the actors who play Loki, and Sherlock Holmes. (From the new BBC tv show)











Looks like every batch has a trouble maker. ;)











It looks like this young Hobbit has shot off a mushroom rocket of Gandalfs'... It was meant for the last day of harvest... I guess a smoke ring will just have to suffice.











Inside the tent. (Sorry it's so barren, It is hard to work in a tent)











The trail of spilled hay from the wagon.











Now, for my favorite part of the whole thing, the hobbit hole! I enjoyed building this so much I will most probably do it some other time. :D (Might even add another burrow to make it two!)











The yard. With a solitary chicken. Now the reasons for the grass not being all the same color are, 1. All the green plates you see is all the green plates I have, aside from a hinge and a slant, and 2. It's fall, so the grass is dying.











His garden, with SNOT dirt, cabbages, carrots, and tomatoes!











My custom pump. Thanks to Freeling ++ who gave me some inspiration for the pump.











The stone road to his hole.











The side and a root.











Some of the top.











Bats flying away... ('Tis Halloween, No?)











The other side. I personally like this side better.











His circular window.











The hobbit hole interior.











The old hobbit greets the trick-or-treaters.













The candy bowl. Oohh, look! The last red one!











His door.











The door can open and close.











A picture of his beautiful wife. A'fore she passed on.











His writing chair. Sorry blake, I ruthlessly STOLE this technique from you... Hope it's okay!











His quill and a le'er he finished mos' recen'.
(Sorry about the dark pic... I had to block out eh light so it wasn't so overexposed)









The door closed.











The trick-or-Treaters. Please note the hood bag. :) (My own technique)











Close up for proof of a hood.











The old hobbit.











The figs.











Well now, if you've finally had the temperance and patience to get through all the pictures, I congratulate and commend you. :) *pats on back* Thanks judges, and good luck Mark!

Hope You Enjoyed! Thanks For Looking!
Please, Rate and Comment!
God Bless ~ David.





Comments

 I like it 
  December 22, 2013
Awesome!
David  .
Takanuva 77
  January 10, 2013
Amazing, keep your eyes open for some dwarf stuff from me in the future
 I like it 
  December 11, 2012
Nice job! Total score: 17.7 ----- Creativity: 8/10. I like the busyness of the scene and how filled it is along with the variety of everything. ----- Bricks/building techniques: 5/5 Great job with the hobbit hole, tree, marketplace type thing, and the little details. All these make it complete! ----- Visual elements, brick colors, and photography skills: 3.7/4 Great job with the colors. But with the dying grass and pile of leaves, I'd have to say this. Dying grass does so in patches, not lines. In the front of the hobbit hole it's good, but the side yard, the grass should have been more in patches if it was dying, not so much lines. And the leaves. The leaves don't match the leaves of the tree. The leaves on the tree look more dead than the leaves on the ground. ----- On topic: 1/1.
 I like it 
  November 10, 2012
Creativity: 8/10; I love the ideas here, great job. I liked all of the ideas that you made here. Bricks/Building Techniques: 4/5: Great techniques as well David, there were all sorts of techniques that I haven't seen yet. But the wall around the tree I somehow can't like for some reason. I just think that the bricks stick out on the side. I'm also not sure about that sign as well; I couldn't understand it from the moment that I saw it, and I still can't understand it, even though you said it said "Harvest". It's probably those circular 1x1s. But they're still great! Visual elements, brick colors, and photography skills: 3/4; The colors were pretty good, except for the lime green which ruined the landscape. :B I like all the photos that are there, but I agree with Halhi that you should cut the amount of photos just a bit. The photos were clear and crisp. On topic: 1/1. Total: 16
 I like it 
  November 5, 2012
Creativity: 9/10 Great ideas, nice job coming up with plenty of things to fill up the whole area; a hard thing to do with these large mocs. Still, I wish it had something to stand out, like an orc that isn't a costume, or somethinng of that sort. Bricks/Building Techniques: 5/5. Excellent techniques, Gandalf's pipe in particular stood out to me. The stonework around the tree looks excellent. Photos/Brick Colors: 2.5/4. I would prefer a few less photos, though they look great. The use of the lime green makes it seem somewhat messy; I'd like the see a different solution, such as putting something else in that area, like a path or a patch of dirt. Also, I think that on the path, the transition from light to dark tan could have been better. 1/1 for being on topic; total of 18.5/20. Excellent job!
 I like it 
  November 5, 2012
Well done David, I like your Hobbit Hole (Though I like mine more) Regardless I think it will be a close match.
 I like it 
  November 5, 2012
Nice! I love your improved Gandalf design! He looks much better than the official one! Also nice idea to use Nute Gunray's hat for a chair!
 I made it 
  November 3, 2012
Quoting Justin M The hobbit hole was extremely well done. Good luck, David! :D
Thanks Justin!
 I like it 
  November 3, 2012
The hobbit hole was extremely well done. Good luck, David! :D
 I made it 
  November 3, 2012
Quoting Marcin Micha³ Perfect:-), You have really big imagination!
Thanks!
 I made it 
  November 3, 2012
Quoting Boarder Ryan What a cool moc. I love the stonework around the tree. Gandalf's pipe was a great addition; I see a screwdriver and half of a lever but how did you make the smoke? I expected there to be some streamers around the party tree, though. The mushroom rocket was a great idea.
Thanks! The smoke is just an up-side down Ice cream piece. :D I was worried about the streamers... I knew I should have put some... Oh well. :/
 I like it 
  November 3, 2012
Perfect:-), You have really big imagination!
 I like it 
  November 3, 2012
What a cool moc. I love the stonework around the tree. Gandalf's pipe was a great addition; I see a screwdriver and half of a lever but how did you make the smoke? I expected there to be some streamers around the party tree, though. The mushroom rocket was a great idea.
 I made it 
  November 2, 2012
Quoting Link . Great work David! I love the hobbit hole!
Thanks Link!
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Great work David! I love the hobbit hole!
 I made it 
  November 2, 2012
Thanks so much guys! A.N.C., I went to a place where they had a parts draft of the werewolf monster fighters set. :) Luckily for me, they split the leaves in two, so when the lady who got to pick before me picked the the first container of leaves, I got the other container!
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Overflowing with charm.
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Cool build and i love the hood technique!!
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Nifty build! That well is a great mix of parts!
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Outstanding! Lots of cool techniques used in here.
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
This is really awesome!
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Wow that is a great moc! you've included a lot of different techniques, and i especially love the tree and the hobbit hole. how did you get so many olive leaves? Good luck with the judges.
 I like it 
  November 2, 2012
Wow, outstanding! I love the well, and minifigs
 
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