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MELO Round 1 - Gate to Moria
Entry For Melo Round one /delay has happend by internet problems ( But with Java upload was now possible)
About this creation

What happend before this scene:

...Boromir, glancing back with a shudder at dark water...He stooped and picking up a large stone he cast it far into the dark water...Right after Gandalf found the right opening word: MELLON!, The star shone out briefly and faded again...Slowly it divided in the middle and swung outwards...He strode forward and set his foot on the lowest step. But at that moment several things happend...Bill the pony gave a wild neigh of fear, and turned tail and dashed away along the lakeside...Out from the water a long sinuous tentacle had crawled...it was palegreen and luminous and wet.Its fingered end had hold of Frodo's foot, and dragging him into the water. Sam on his knees was now slashing at it with a knife...'Into the gateway! Up the stairs! Quick!'


The following pics showes, what i struggled to built out of my limited real bricks...( You may regonize that i sacrified my Yavin-Moon as tree-basements...)

Also i am sorry i didn't get the Minifigs of the party, for an good price, so no Minifigs here, sorry!











Gate to Moria



Comments

 I like it 
  October 17, 2013
Neat! I like the lighting behind the gate to Moria.
 I made it 
  January 13, 2013
Quoting Builder Allan Cool scene! I like the use of those planet parts too, very unusual idea :-)
Thank's! The use of the planet-spheres is mostly caused by my lack of brown bricks for the trees; but i was amazed by the first look of it, too.
 I made it 
  January 13, 2013
Quoting Garry King What a difference from the LDD Stephan. Nicely done and presented. Great element use and lighting. Is that Lego inspired lighting?????. Super real Lego build.Keep up the great work.
Thanks for the nice comment. The lightning is not from an Lego-Lightbrick, because I hadn't found an white one. I used the LED's of an bicycle-lamp.
 I like it 
  January 11, 2013
What a difference from the LDD Stephan. Nicely done and presented. Great element use and lighting. Is that Lego inspired lighting?????. Super real Lego build.Keep up the great work.
 I like it 
  January 11, 2013
Cool scene! I like the use of those planet parts too, very unusual idea :-)
 I made it 
  January 10, 2013
Quoting Ian Spacek A unique build! The use of those planet spheres is brilliant. I also really like the light-up function and the sea monster. Clever use of those moon base-plates too. I'm sorry it was to late to be entered. :(
Thank's for the nice feedback, well next time I will not wait until the last day for entering. I hope the moc-admin's will repair the uploader.
 I made it 
  January 10, 2013
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Very cool Watcher design, and the use of the planet sections for the plants looks great. I also like the door, awesome work!
I already improoved the watcher-creature, but lately the upload of pictures nearly never works right. I will step by step transform the diorama in an clean ( studless) form. I just hope, that sometimes the upload will be possible again. Thank's for the vote, and comment!
 I like it 
  January 8, 2013
Very cool Watcher design, and the use of the planet sections for the plants looks great. I also like the door, awesome work!
 I like it 
  January 7, 2013
A unique build! The use of those planet spheres is brilliant. I also really like the light-up function and the sea monster. Clever use of those moon base-plates too. I'm sorry it was to late to be entered. :(
 I like it 
  January 7, 2013
Awesome!
 
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