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VLUG's Wizard of Oz and Emerald City Balloon Depature
My section of the Wizard of Oz collaborative built by VirtuaLUG for Brickworld Chicago 2013
About this creation
By now, you've most likely seen or heard about VirtuaLUG's Wizard of Oz Collaborative for Brickworld Chicago 2013... But you haven't heard my version yet, so kind reader, please enjoy!

This would be VirtuaLUG's third epic collaborative. Chris Phipson served as our leader/organizer for Lord of the Rings in 2011 and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland in 2012. Chris decided it was time for him to step back and wanted someone else to take charge in 2013. My LUGmates decided that being a nursery/kindergarten teacher, I had the prerequisite skills necessary to organize our unique group of builders. I humbly accepted the responsibility with only private trepidation.

Through vigorous discussion, we decided that our subject would be the 1939 classic film The Wizard of Oz (note fair reader, NOT the book). We whittled down the film into 12 important scenes. I asked each builder to make proposals for the various sections they were interested in and then did my best to give every builder either their first or second choice.

For this collaborative, we wanted to focus on our strength, which we felt was story-telling. We would build a narrative as in years before, but this time, it would look like one cohesive build... no gaps in-between. Each builder would have to coordinate with the builders on the other sides. This would prove particularly difficult with the yellow brick road which ran through several sections.

So let's take a look at my build and process, and then I'll show you how the entire project came together.


I really wanted the challenge of building the final section of the collaborative - the Wizard's Balloon departure from the Emerald City. I planned to base by design of a Lowell Sphere and using the Bram Sphere Generator software, I built this top section of the balloon (September 2nd). You can also see the early draft of Devon Wilkop's life-sized Ruby Slippers that she chose as her contribution. This draft was decided to be too blocky, and another strategy was attempted (see the fantastic final version here)



On January 8th, I finally got some free time to return to the project and my Bricklink orders came in. It was a bit challenging to transition between colors, but I was making it work.



First try at adding letting. I mapped out the words on graph paper and adjusted for the curve as I build. You can also see the slots I left to include the words. Went with the lavender plates. Many people asked why it said "Obama"



Another picture of the words going in place.



The tapering was one of the biggest challenges, especially the scalloped edge between orange and dark red.



The leaf shapes were also tricky, but by February 27th, I was ready to try the basket.



You can see that there was actually very little on the interior holding the balloon together. It was crucial to keep it light if it was going to stand independently.



And here we have the final version of the balloon itself. Originally the technic frame was outside the basket, but Devon suggested (correctly) that it would look better hidden on the inside.



Much of the frame is hidden by the "ropes" used for detail.



Detail of the plant blades.



Detail of the matched curve of the lettering and the sphere



Here's a comparison shot of the balloon and the scene from the film.



Now onto the Emerald City exterior...



Over Spring Break, I got some significant time to build, and with help (and a few part trades from Daniel Calleri and his sons) I achieved a good level of progress. I chose a few important features of the city I saw in the film and focused on them, the rest came from a combination of my imagination and influence from the 2013 Oz the Great and Powerful film.



This is the final version of my build, though when it was displayed at Brickworld it had more than twice as many Emerald Citizens.



Many remember the "horse of a different color" from the classic film. I'm not the best vehicle builder, but received the carriage set from the new Lone Ranger sets as a gift. One Saturday, one of my Lego students and I modified the set into this color scheme. It helped fill out the city and give it more character.



These we actually the first object I built to place in the city itself. I saw them in the image of the balloon I was looking at (go ahead, scroll back up and take a look). I really like the way they turned out, and just like in the reference image, I built four of them.



I was starting to fill up the city, but I knew I needed interesting elements. This fountain (reminiscent of Chicago's Buckingham Fountain), helped make the build seem like a living space.



Two of these gates found their way onto the build. They went through MANY revisions to get them just right, but I was pretty pleased at the mix of green and gold.



Here you can see more of how green and gold were combined to create my look for Emerald City. I went for a very curved and natural look to the walls and towers. It's fun to see that much gold in one build and have it work.



So, Emerald City, that's it... wait, what's that, the builder who was supposed to build the Wild Forest where they meet the Cowardly Lion backed out? Okay, I guess I'll build that too!



This picture was taken on May 29th, about two weeks before Brickworld. I had started this build about a week earlier. This section required more coordination as I was going to be adjacent to Tyler Halliwell's Tin Woodsman's forest and Lee Jones' Poppy Field. Tyler and I also decided that we would raise the elevation as we approached the poppy field. Everyone had agreed to build two bricks and one plate high. We felt raising up the builds about baseplate would give the collaboative a little "umph" and also allow for more interesting techniques for the yellow brick road.



I added tons of vegetation and underbrush trying to make this forest as "wild" as possible. I needed some massive tress for this section, so I used Paul Toxopeus' Realistic Tree technique. Here most of the branches have yet to be attached.



When the branches finally were attached, most the the detail work I had done was now hidden. We adjusted the branches onsite for the final display so that viewer could get a good look at Dorothy, the Scarecrow and the Tinman meeting the Lion.



Okay, now let's see how this all came together...




This is day one progress of setup. El Barto had yet to arrive and reassemble the tornado, and Heath Flor was still recovering from a canceled flight and night in the airport. Most of all, we were waiting for Adam Reed Tucker to arrive with the Emerald City build that he graciously agreed to take over from Dave & Stacy Sterling when they were unable to complete it.



This was the back end of the build where Chris Phipson's Witch's Castle was placed atop Mark Kelso's rock work. You can also see Tyler Halliwell's Four Companion figures and Devon's final version of the Ruby Slippers.



Dennis Price had the wonderful idea of building a theater where all the VirtuaLUG sigfigs could be waiting in line to watch the film. See if you can pick anyone out of the crowd!



Despite other internet sources, we estimate that the build was over 22 feet long!




Shall we take a closer look at some details?




The story begins at the Gale Farmstead, rendered in sepia tone by Heath Flor. Heath paid very close attention to the original film and coordinated quite well with Bart to hide the battery box for the tornado in the barn. You can also see Professor Marvel's camp where Dorothy runs away to after Toto is threatened. Though Master Shifu Leo J couldn't be at Brickworld in person, his build was excellently packed and diagrammed for reconstruction.



I don't know if I can do justice to El Barto1's Tornado, but he was the first builder done with his section, and then done a second time when he realized it needed to be on a higher base. I was very inspired by his work to try my hardest on my builds. It was so great to have him and his family in attendance at Brickworld.



Do I really need to tell you about how clutch Chris Phipson is? Chris initally was to build the Witch's Castle... then he took the Cornfield (picture right) when it was dropped, THEN he took Munchkinland when it was dropped. I should note that we did include a very wonderfully designed flower by Leda Kat, and you can also see the Munchkins provided by Hans Dendauw. Hans also provided figures for the Emerald City, and designed Dorothy and Toto. The Gale family house you see on this build is actually a "technicolor" version of the house in the sepiatone section, that's right, Heath built two of the same house!



While it may not have been the most showy section, Tyler Halliwell incorporated some excellent techniques in the Tin Woodsman's cottage and landscape.



With the help of a team of builders onsite, Lee Jones took on the lovely Poppy Field. Lee also provided most of the figures for the collaborative including the Scarecrow, Tinman, Winkie Guards, Flying Monkies and many Emerald Citizens. You can also see A little bit of the Emerald City by Adam. I should note that Bryan Bonahoom actually built a wonderful wall for this section of the city and was to combine it with Dave & Stacy's build, but something "happened" to that wall. None the less, we really appreciate both Adam and Bryan's contributions to the group.



Lee Jones also built this Dark Forest pretty much onsite. It's amazing the way the good doctor has the idea in his head and then can pull it all together and make it work without really ever having tried it in practice.



Chris Phipson and Mark Kelso build ANOTHER amazing castle together. This is an example of a collaboration within the collaboration.



And finally, here's what my build looked like at the event with more figures and such. Notice the black boarder around the entire build, this wouldn't have happened without the help of Adam Stasiek.




So, that's the LONG version of my story. We received three nominations at Brickworld 2013, Bart and I both for best aircraft and the group for best collaborative.

I am so incredibly proud of my LUGmates, and thank them for putting up with me as leader. I am very much looking forward to next year!

Cheers!




Comments

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  November 22, 2013
amazing group MOC! I have a hard time getting my own components to mesh and you guys pulled this off with miles between you! How did you do it logistically? I would love to be part of something like this, but I'm an 8 Rubbermaid cabinet kinda' guy, and you're obviously a 32+ drawers kinda' guy. Awesome, inspiring work, especially how you got that GINORMOUS balloon to stay together and supported on those 4 tiny little technic pieces inside the basket. Incredible!
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  October 26, 2013
Superb!! 5/5
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  September 8, 2013
Amazing build and collaboration!
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  September 8, 2013
Wow this is incredibly awesome . Lots of great detail love the hot air balloon
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  September 5, 2013
Colors, build techniques, presentation, exhibit.... everything here is just amazing.
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  July 27, 2013
Incredible work
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  July 26, 2013
This is absolutely spectacular! You and your team members are artists and LEGOS are your medium. I am not a builder but my son and grandsons are (Daniel Calleri, Loren Calleri and Ellis Calleri). They have taught me an appreciation for everything Lego and I am blown away by your Wizard of Oz creation!
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  July 26, 2013
ravishingly beautiful!
Dave Kaleta
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Thoy Bradley
  July 11, 2013
Dave, really excellent write up here! I enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed looking at all those beautiful details. Thank you very much for sharing, it is always great to get in-depth commentary from the group co-ordinator. The balloon and tornado are both amazing, a very hard decision had to be made there, congrats. Well done to VLUG for another impressive display of sheer awesomeness. ~Thoy
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  July 11, 2013
Hail the HMFIC! As much of a masterpiece as that balloon is (and it is), the rest of that Emerald City scene is quite spectacular all on it's own. You guys really brought it and set the bar even higher for next year. Challenge accepted!~H
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  July 7, 2013
As always, this is fantastic. We are sitting around the screen looking at all the fantastic detail and imagination. Everything about the group build is excellent - from the black and white to color transition and the wondrous treatment for all the important parts of the story. I only wish we had been there!
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  July 6, 2013
I wish I was this good!!!
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  July 6, 2013
Mad skillz!
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  July 6, 2013
Thank you for the really interesting inside look and making-of. Your balloon seems to defy gravity indeed.
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  July 5, 2013
Quoting Ryan Link The shaping on the balloon is fantastic, and the lettering is really well done, especially on a curved surface. Awesome!
Thanks Ryan! It wasn't TOO hard once I actually tried it, but it was intimidating in theory. ~DK
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  July 5, 2013
Quoting Kiwi Brix Holy hand grenade that's mighty fine!!!!!
Thanks Kiwi! We had so much fun making it and displaying it to the public. ~DK
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  July 5, 2013
The shaping on the balloon is fantastic, and the lettering is really well done, especially on a curved surface. Awesome!
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  July 4, 2013
Holy hand grenade that's mighty fine!!!!!
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  July 3, 2013
Hi again. Sorry that my last comment was a little funny. I was very excited and wrote too quickly. Once again, that balloon is AMAZING! The sheer accuracy and size are mind blowing. A well deserved winner. VLUG continues to wow me year after year. Thank you all for building such masterpieces.
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  July 3, 2013
Quoting christophe corthay O-O
Thanks Christophe! I really loved the project as well. ~Dave
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  July 3, 2013
Quoting Mark McPeek WOW.....Oh Wow! I can't describe this at all. I'm at a complete loss for words. You guys are absolutely incredible! This has got to be one of the Best MOCs ever! I still like your Middle-Earth collab better, but this is really, really close! Awesome, Awesome!!! Your balloon is absolutely AMAZING! I don't think I've seen a better Lego Balloon! You guys rock!
Thanks Mark! I did some research and couldn't find a billon of the same scale using the sphere technique. It's very parts intensive, but the effect was awesome. ~DK
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  July 3, 2013
O-O
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  July 2, 2013
WOW.....Oh Wow! I can't describe this at all. I'm at a complete loss for words. You guys are absolutely incredible! This has got to be one of the Best MOCs ever! I still like your Middle-Earth collab better, but this is really, really close! Awesome, Awesome!!! Your balloon is absolutely AMAZING! I don't think I've seen a better Lego Balloon! You guys rock!
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  July 2, 2013
Mind-blowing work Dave. That balloon.... O.O that balloon... Btw, may I be so bold as to ask for an opinion on one of my builds? I'd really like to hear your thoughts. It doesn't have to have a like unless you want to give it one, I'd just like a good, honest opinion from one MOCcer to another. Here's a link: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/363885
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  July 2, 2013
Quoting Larry Chay Great build! I love the great contrast between the green and gold elements. By the way, I saw you at Brickworld! Larry
Thanks Larry! Make sure you say hello next time, okay? ~DK
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  July 2, 2013
Quoting --R.K. Blast-- Brilliant work, all of you. The whole build is truly spectacular. Great work. --Blast--
Thanks Blast! I couldn't have done it without the support of my peers. ~DK
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  July 2, 2013
Quoting JS Can Thanks for sharing the story behind the story. It was great to see the display and meet you.
Thanks Jason! I'm really glad you got to see it in person. ~DK
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  July 2, 2013
Quoting LukeClarenceVan The Revanchist Phenomenal work, that balloon... Wow. The shaping and colour blocking is incredible, and the way you managed to incorporate sand bags into the basket is sheer genius. A great city section as well, you managed the green/gold colour scheme perfectly. Congratulations on pulling together such a massive collaboration, well deserving of the Brickworld prize.
Thanks LCV! The sandbags were a great little detail that worked out well. ~DK
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  July 2, 2013
Quoting Kevin J. Walter Dave, you did an fantastic job as HMFIC! This years collab was indeed one of the highlight in VLUG's history and I'm proud to be part of this noble and fine group of builders! Can't get enough of this pictures and different stories, telling how all came together. I'm excited to meet you again next year my friend! - K.
Thanks Kevin! Sorry I dropped the ball on the engraved bricks - as you can see, I was pretty busy building my tuchus off. Aren't you excited to take over the responsibility this year? Just be prepared to build twice as much as you commit to. ~DK
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  July 2, 2013
Great build! I love the great contrast between the green and gold elements. By the way, I saw you at Brickworld! Larry
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  July 2, 2013
Great build! I love the great contrast between the green and gold elements. By the way, I saw you at Brickworld! Larry
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  July 2, 2013
Brilliant work, all of you. The whole build is truly spectacular. Great work. --Blast--
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  July 1, 2013
Thanks for sharing the story behind the story. It was great to see the display and meet you.
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  July 1, 2013
Phenomenal work, that balloon... Wow. The shaping and colour blocking is incredible, and the way you managed to incorporate sand bags into the basket is sheer genius. A great city section as well, you managed the green/gold colour scheme perfectly. Congratulations on pulling together such a massive collaboration, well deserving of the Brickworld prize.
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  July 1, 2013
Dave, you did an fantastic job as HMFIC! This years collab was indeed one of the highlight in VLUG's history and I'm proud to be part of this noble and fine group of builders! Can't get enough of this pictures and different stories, telling how all came together. I'm excited to meet you again next year my friend! - K.
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Sam M Absolutely amazing!
Thanks Sam! It was really fun to build! ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Well this certainly has the wow factor. Incredible stuff
Thanks Joe! That's what we were going for. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting David Wayne HOLY CRUD!!!!!
Thanks David! Glad you enjoyed it. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Justin M Wow, every year y'all at VLUG always find a way to raise the bar. You've shown us this year after year. Well done! :)
Thanks Justin! But now we've got to TOP this for next year! ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting David the Fire Ninja Jedi Absolutely amazing!
Thanks David! I'm glad you enjoyed the work. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Paul Vermeesch Absolutely stunning job, Dave and all! This post was an awesome in-depth look at the process from start to finish. It was breathtaking to see it in person (especially that hot-air balloon).
Thanks Paul! Can't believe you read all of that. As you can see, I had my hands full, but I still managed to pull off our little collaborative! ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting andros tempest jaw droppingly good!
Thanks Andros! I appreciate you taking the time to comment. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Absolutely amazing!
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  July 1, 2013
Well this certainly has the wow factor. Incredible stuff
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  July 1, 2013
HOLY CRUD!!!!!
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  July 1, 2013
Wow, every year y'all at VLUG always find a way to raise the bar. You've shown us this year after year. Well done! :)
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  July 1, 2013
Absolutely amazing!
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  July 1, 2013
Absolutely stunning job, Dave and all! This post was an awesome in-depth look at the process from start to finish. It was breathtaking to see it in person (especially that hot-air balloon).
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  July 1, 2013
jaw droppingly good!
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Elk Guard Wonderful!
Thanks EG! I appreciate you taking a look and your complement. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Henrik Hoexbroe Just fantastic! I can never get enough of the details of this marvellous project!
Thanks Henrik! We certainly had fun making it, so it's nice to have it be appreciated. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Stuart Lucas The whole display was fantastic, especially El Barto's tornado, but I have to say that your section stood out in terms of colour and detail, especially that amazing balloon. Great to see it close up, and the structural details! Brilliant!
Thanks Stuart! I think they were all pretty brilliant. I hope every builder will get up pictures of their builds and talk about them so that readers can understand all the wonderful details that went into each creation. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Aidan Bryant Utterly fantastic layout. Builds like these are why I need to get to a convo some time!
Thanks Aidan! Events are something that helps bring out the community aspect of the avocation; I highly recommend it. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting LukeSC Overlord 22 feet long?!?! That's quite a display. The attention to detail is phenomenal, all the more incredible because it is carried out across the entire collab by multiple people. One of my favorite bits is the rocks meeting the walls of the Emerald City. This definitely deserved the Best Collaboration award, congratulations.
Thanks Luke! You actually read all that! There was some rockwork behind the walls that I did to coordinate with Kelso, but it kind of got lost in the massive scale. That's the problem with this, there are so many wonderful little details that only the builders themselves really know about. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Pieter Vanden Meersschaut Just speachless... Unbelievable!!
Thanks Pieter! I'm glad you enjoyed seeing it as much as we did making it. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Nick Pascale I absolutely loved this whole exhibit
Thanks Nick! ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Chris Phipson I can't say it enough but Thank You for stepping up and making this all come together! I know from personal experience how frustrating and stressful it can be to try to get everything together and really, you my friend, pulled off THE best collab we've done yet! All hail the HMFIC! Now let's get movin' on next year! ~ Chris.
Thanks Chris! I really appreciate all the help and guidance you gave me along the way. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Ian . It looks really good!
Thanks Ian! I appreciate your complement. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Congrats to our Fearless Leader, aka HMFIC! Great too see all of these pics of your progress, and ultimate victory. We had such an awesome time at BW, and glad we got a chance to spend time with you and Devon!
THANK YOU Bart! I really couldn't have pulled this off without having at least one builder pushing everyone else to be just as awesome. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting michael k. Amazing, even more amazing yall all worked separately.
Thanks Michael! We do make a pretty good team. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting daevster ! Such inspiring work! Fantastic job to all those involved and congratulations to you Dave for organizing this amazing work! Great idea to coordinate amongst yourselves in regards to creating the flow between each scene! Totally worked!
Thanks daevster! The coordination of builds actually touching each other was something new, and I think we learned a lot from it. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting Leda Kat =^..^= It overwhelms me how amazing this collab turned out and your Emerald City/balloon section is quite simply an inspiration. The mix of gold and green and those beautiful curves and spikes just pops. Its a masterpiece.
Thanks Millie! It was hard to figure out how to build a crowd scene, so the spikes gave me a starting point. We (and particularly Devon and I) missed having you in Chicago; we'll have a place for you to crash anytime you want to visit. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Wow this is incredibly awesome . Lots of great detail love the hot air balloon
Thanks Clayton! The balloon was an instant draw for me too. ~DK
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  July 1, 2013
Wonderful!
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  July 1, 2013
Just fantastic! I can never get enough of the details of this marvellous project!
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  July 1, 2013
The whole display was fantastic, especially El Barto's tornado, but I have to say that your section stood out in terms of colour and detail, especially that amazing balloon. Great to see it close up, and the structural details! Brilliant!
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  July 1, 2013
Utterly fantastic layout. Builds like these are why I need to get to a convo some time!
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  July 1, 2013
22 feet long?!?! That's quite a display. The attention to detail is phenomenal, all the more incredible because it is carried out across the entire collab by multiple people. One of my favorite bits is the rocks meeting the walls of the Emerald City. This definitely deserved the Best Collaboration award, congratulations.
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  June 30, 2013
Just speachless... Unbelievable!!
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  June 30, 2013
I absolutely loved this whole exhibit and as I wrote to Chris I am positively jealous not of your work but jealous I wasn't a part of this fantastic labor of both artistic creativity and love...and the comradery you all had. I live off Social Security and Teachers Retirement Disability, I wish I had the money to have as many parts as you and some others have here! But I studied art for 6 years and was taught to make with whatever I had! I do! I would be honored if you took the time to see my 34 vignettes on the WIZARD of OZ. Before I do an undertaking I do plenty of research and until yours and your AFOL there wasn't a decent WIZARD done in LEGO! So I did mine it took over 3 1/2 months and tons of my spare money, no movies, no eating out - to bet the LEGO and dealing with ebay vendors! And shipping costs! I am now working on the ROMAN GODS you can see them on MOCpages and many SUPERHEROES and their Secret Identities (so far I think I am the first to do this)! I am working hard! I have bilateral osteoarthritis and IRONICALLY my physical therapist suggested I work in LEGO to keep my fingers nimble! Oh well have a great Fourth of JULY! I hope you can take a peek at my HUMBLE version of the WIZARD of OZ!
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  June 30, 2013
I can't say it enough but Thank You for stepping up and making this all come together! I know from personal experience how frustrating and stressful it can be to try to get everything together and really, you my friend, pulled off THE best collab we've done yet! All hail the HMFIC! Now let's get movin' on next year! ~ Chris.
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  June 30, 2013
It looks really good!
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  June 30, 2013
Congrats to our Fearless Leader, aka HMFIC! Great too see all of these pics of your progress, and ultimate victory. We had such an awesome time at BW, and glad we got a chance to spend time with you and Devon!
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  June 30, 2013
Amazing, even more amazing yall all worked separately.
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  June 30, 2013
Such inspiring work! Fantastic job to all those involved and congratulations to you Dave for organizing this amazing work! Great idea to coordinate amongst yourselves in regards to creating the flow between each scene! Totally worked!
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  June 30, 2013
It overwhelms me how amazing this collab turned out and your Emerald City/balloon section is quite simply an inspiration. The mix of gold and green and those beautiful curves and spikes just pops. Its a masterpiece.
 
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