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M.O. Round 2: matt rowntRee vs. Green Ghost - Forbidden Planet
Sci-fi before the 70s. Star Wars and the slew of films/TV series that followed changed the way we thought of Sci-Fi. Return to a more innocent age, where saucers and Flash Gordon rocket ships ruled. In other words build a sci-fi MOC based on a sci-fi film or tv series that aired prior to 1970.
About this creation
Here’s the link to my opponent Green Ghost
And here’s a link to the MocOlympics
AND, here’s a link to the movie trailer . (It’s pretty poor quality and the Krell lab only shows up for a few seconds, but you get the idea.)
AAAAND, for your listening pleasure, a comical observation from my favorite musician Frank Zappa

In the age of punch cards and transistors, slide rules and logarithms, Benny Goodman and Ike, the world was introduced to Forbidden Planet, a revolutionary step forward in special effects and futuristic vision. At the time of its release in 1956, we were just getting a taste of Rock & Roll, TV was in glorious black and white, and we were 13 years away from putting a man on the moon. This last fact did not deter movie makers from speculating about what we would find and what life would be like “out there”.

So, let’s climb aboard the United Planet Cruiser C-57D with Commander J. J. Adams, crank up the Louis and Bebe Barron electronic music, and head to Altair 4, home of the now extinct for “2000 centuries”, super intelligent, extremely industrious Krell. By the way, it would be best to leave the “Monsters of the Id” at home or at least stowed in the overhead compartment.

Enjoy your flight.



Deep inside the Krell laboratory. Harsh dramatic lighting for harsh drama.









Oooooooh, spacy.









Da lab sans figs.





Space is very, very big; therefore, you need a very, very big door with a very, very big lock. Inconceivable!





It's sooooo complex!





Obligatory gravity defying space desk.





Plunger O' Death. Go ahead and watch the original Alien and not envision this. ;)





Don't ask what it does! Just know that it's doing it as it should. Jeeeesh.





Oooooh, aaaaaah. Clap, clap, clap.





More gauges! We need more gauges!!!





Long before he "just came in to wish you good luck, we're all counting on you", Leslie Nielson was a serious actor. Strapping!





Anne. So adorable in a tiny white dress with blonde curls. Nice gams!





Promo shot: I'll protect you with my manly man-ness. And a ray gun. pew-pew (literally)





ROBBIE !!!!!





I'm ready for my close up Mr. DeVille. Whoops, wrong movie.





Ominous? Not really. He's a sweety.






Hey, check me out guys! I'm a star!





I'm HUGE! R2-D who?


Fourth wall: As a true fanatic of classic movies, this category proved oddly difficult. With such a rich supply of source material, which one to pick was a problematic decision. Forbidden Planet was always one of my all-time favorites and was abundant in imagery to pull from. The story and plot of the movie is very simplistic, but it works here, after all Star Wars is just a Western. This movie is as well. It also touched on the idea that sci-fi doesn’t have to be merely about lasers, spaceships, and robots. It grappled with the notion of thought being a physical reality, where the mind is capable of manifesting “monsters” straight out of the subconscious. Whoa, deep. Well, for 1956, it was. Remember the culture this was born from: Post WW2 and Korea, baby boomers, conservative abundance, conspicuous consumption, the Cold War, and I Love Lucy. The age when doctors smoked and 4 out of 5 dentists didn’t care which gum you chewed. Sputnik wasn’t even a twinkle in the sky yet.

All this innocence changed after 1968. 2001: A Space Odyssey wiped the planet free of the classic sci-fi film as we knew it. No more rubber space suits, green painted human “aliens”, corrugated fiberglass interior walls with a porthole where you see the Earth for the first time, tiny little dresses on the space girls, drunken comic relief cooks, space wrenches that fit nothing, and life insurance policies for navigators or anyone with a “red shirt”. Yes, they were now downgraded to “B” movies. Oh well. I’ll still watch them before I watch Avatar again.

Thank you to the judges for a truly fantastic category and good luck to Green Ghost.



Comments

 I made it 
  January 21, 2014
Quoting Digital Dreams I was watching this movie recently so this MOC was instantly recognisable. The doorway, and particularly Robbie, are just great.
Thank you Digital! Glad you got to watch the movie, I was able to watch it again when making this and it's still one of my favorites.
 I like it 
  January 21, 2014
I was watching this movie recently so this MOC was instantly recognisable. The doorway, and particularly Robbie, are just great.
 I made it 
  December 29, 2013
Quoting Hans Dendauw NPD I'm starting to think that you're really a closet Avatar fanatic and all this criticism is just classic misdirection; it's such a fine line between love and ha...well, you know. One has to love the choice of attire for past female space travelers, definitely a lost art. Another beautiful piece, both in content and execution.~H
Thank you Hans! And, curses! You figured me out. Now I'll have to get that Smurf tattoo removed from my posterior to keep up appearances. In fact there might be an ounce or two of Unobtainium down there as well that will have to be discarded. XD
 I like it 
  December 29, 2013
I'm starting to think that you're really a closet Avatar fanatic and all this criticism is just classic misdirection; it's such a fine line between love and ha...well, you know. One has to love the choice of attire for past female space travelers, definitely a lost art. Another beautiful piece, both in content and execution.~H
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  October 21, 2013
Quoting Stephan N very very nice the 50 style is here exactly
Thank you Stephan. That's exactly what I was going for. =]
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  October 21, 2013
very very nice the 50 style is here exactly
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  October 11, 2013
Quoting Alex Rode 50 right here!! I can't get over how well built this creation is.
HA! That elusive 50. Thank you Alex. Milestones are always worthy of achieving.
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  October 11, 2013
50 right here!! I can't get over how well built this creation is.
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  October 4, 2013
Quoting Andrew the Jedi Ninja Congratulations! Nice MOC btw! I like the brick bending plate floor!
Thank you Andrew. The floor was pretty tricky but kinda fun. Loved your mad scientist, tough call on that but I think it's something you should be quite proud of. Great job there.
 I like it 
  October 4, 2013
Congratulations! Nice MOC btw! I like the brick bending plate floor!
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  October 2, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Congrats on the win, Boss! This is a Cuuosoo worthy build, I'd say. But after the MO...
Thank you Barto. Interesting notion there. Possibly. I'd have to see what's involved with that, Robbie's not very playable.
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  October 2, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Congrats brother! Can't wait to see your next build!
Thank you Brother. Can't wait myself. ;)
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  October 2, 2013
Congrats on the win, Boss! This is a Cuuosoo worthy build, I'd say. But after the MO...
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  October 2, 2013
Congrats brother! Can't wait to see your next build!
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  October 2, 2013
Quoting Stuart Lucas Ahh, I knew this was going to be great. Awesome lab from the floor up, and the style of the figures seems oddly appropriate to the comic book-ish theme, especially Robbie! Well done for progressing in style, even if it was unopposed!
Thank you Stuart. I always say if you're going to do anything, do it with style. ;) Congratulations yourself for a well fought battle with Shifu. Close one there buddy. Kudos!
 I like it 
  October 2, 2013
Ahh, I knew this was going to be great. Awesome lab from the floor up, and the style of the figures seems oddly appropriate to the comic book-ish theme, especially Robbie! Well done for progressing in style, even if it was unopposed!
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  October 2, 2013
Quoting David Alexander Smith Now the judging is over, I can leave a comment. This is amazing! I set this category, and you pulled out just the kind of build I hoped to see. And in turn your Robbie inspired me to build my little wind-up bots.
Ha! I had a feeling this category was your hand at work. Massively awesome idea! I loved every bit of it. The shame about my opponent not posting is that I would have loved to see more ideas generated by this. Inspiration is the reason I think that we are ALL here. I don't often, if ever, say this about my creations, but I'm actually proud of this. The fact that it inspired you pleases me infinitely more than I can express. Thank you for everything David! And please don't allow any of my adulation influence any future judging. Clean slates every time. Period. That is of course if I make it any farther. ;)
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  October 2, 2013
Quoting Annie Corder This is a wonderful build, Congrats on advancing!
Thank you Annie!
 I like it 
  October 2, 2013
Now the judging is over, I can leave a comment. This is amazing! I set this category, and you pulled out just the kind of build I hoped to see. And in turn your Robbie inspired me to build my little wind-up bots.
 I like it 
  October 1, 2013
This is a wonderful build, Congrats on advancing!
 I made it 
  October 1, 2013
Quoting Chris Phipson Yeah... no-shows are no fun. But it's a frackin awesome build! Welcome to round 3! ~ Chris.
Thank you Chris. Much appreciated.
 I like it 
  September 30, 2013
Yeah... no-shows are no fun. But it's a frackin awesome build! Welcome to round 3! ~ Chris.
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  September 30, 2013
Quoting Ian Spacek Well, you'll be moving on by default, but this is such an excellent build I dare say you would've stood a good chance anyway!
I have to admit that I am bitterly disappointed in my opponent's no show. I am not a fan of default. But I thank you nonetheless Ian for advancing and a beautifully wonderful category. I couldn't have asked for anything more challenging and pleasurable.
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  September 30, 2013
Quoting Tom Remy Simply perfect!! And so is the text - by the way, I always thought too that they needed more gauges... (Inter)stellar build about a movie that I love!
Thank you very much Tom. I wish more people enjoyed these classics like you and I do. And definitely more gauges. ;)
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  September 30, 2013
Quoting El Barto ! Impressive set here, Chief! And I agree with Leda, best Robbie I've seen. Good luck!
Thank you Barto. I'm kinda proud of how he turned out.
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  September 30, 2013
Quoting David the Fire Ninja Jedi Fabulous detailing! Awesome robot :D
Thank you David.
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  September 30, 2013
Quoting Alphonsus Liguori Looks great! I especially like Robbie's dome design!
Thank you Alphonsus. I built the legs first and stumbled on the dome. I got inspired.
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  September 30, 2013
Well, you'll be moving on by default, but this is such an excellent build I dare say you would've stood a good chance anyway!
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  September 30, 2013
Simply perfect!! And so is the text - by the way, I always thought too that they needed more gauges... (Inter)stellar build about a movie that I love!
 I like it 
  September 30, 2013
Impressive set here, Chief! And I agree with Leda, best Robbie I've seen. Good luck!
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  September 30, 2013
Fabulous detailing! Awesome robot :D
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  September 30, 2013
Looks great! I especially like Robbie's dome design!
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  September 29, 2013
Quoting Elk Guard Instantly recognisable, great looking set that fits perfectly, well done!
Thank you Elk.
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  September 29, 2013
Quoting Master Shifu Leo J It's been awhile since I've seen the movie, but it's definitely recognizable especially the wall inside the lab. Right on!
Thank you Shifu. All the gauges in the lab were just as recognizable as Robbie. The set designers really wanted a distinct look and they got it.
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  September 29, 2013
Quoting Mark McPeek Haha! This is Awesome, like all your MOCs. Robbie is absolutely fantastic to the thousandth degree!!! Defiantly my favorite part. Good luck!
Thank you Mark. Yeah, Robbie has to be my fav too. ;)
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  September 29, 2013
Quoting sam the first WHOOPS, forgot to wish you good luck. good luck. ;P. p.s. i'm getting more popular ;D three of my mocs have featured on the homepage!
Ha! Thanks Sam. That's great to hear! Congratulations! Remember that the popularity will come, just keep building for your own satisfaction and not anyone else's. ;)
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  September 29, 2013
Instantly recognisable, great looking set that fits perfectly, well done!
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  September 29, 2013
It's been awhile since I've seen the movie, but it's definitely recognizable especially the wall inside the lab. Right on!
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  September 28, 2013
Haha! This is Awesome, like all your MOCs. Robbie is absolutely fantastic to the thousandth degree!!! Defiantly my favorite part. Good luck!
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  September 28, 2013
WHOOPS, forgot to wish you good luck. good luck. ;P. p.s. i'm getting more popular ;D three of my mocs have featured on the homepage!
 I made it 
  September 28, 2013
Quoting Leda Kat =^..^= Will you be at BW next year? You should put Robbie into the charity auction. I'd bid quite a considerable amount for him.
I will definitely be there, I'm already excited about it. I sure could put him in the auction. I also don't mind at all giving building instructions.
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  September 28, 2013
Will you be at BW next year? You should put Robbie into the charity auction. I'd bid quite a considerable amount for him.
matt rowntRee
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Dr. Monster
  September 27, 2013
Super MOC from a classic film! Very well done. I really like Robbie the Robot, great use of the magnifying glass(es).
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti I know yesterday my first two comments where 5/5 and both had yellow boxes so what happens after midnight that changes it . I tried to change it and it says I rated it 5/5 . Anyway sorry brother I know not what happened
You tell me man, I only work here. ;) Not anything to ever worry about. MP quirk I guess.
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Achintya Prasad Oh yes! The floor is brilliant! As well as the rest of the MOC..... So true about the evolution of Sci Fi. Star Trek, 200: A Space Odyssey, and even Doctor Who would forever change it, from tin trash can robots, to, well, Data :-)
Thank you Achintya. Well said, the progression is truly astounding and the process to get there is even more phenomenal. I love the innocence of this age of movies because it only speculated loosely on the future and allowed imagination to rule rather than scientific fact and reality.
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Alex Rode Who knew Lego bricks could be made to look like that! Wow, this is beyond epic. It's a phenomenal build, to say the least. Well done! Wow!
Thank you Alex. I try to make Lego not look like Lego. The scale helps, plus it's fun to build this size. ;)
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  September 27, 2013
I know yesterday my first two comments where 5/5 and both had yellow boxes so what happens after midnight that changes it . I tried to change it and it says I rated it 5/5 . Anyway sorry brother I know not what happened
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  September 27, 2013
Oh yes! The floor is brilliant! As well as the rest of the MOC..... So true about the evolution of Sci Fi. Star Trek, 200: A Space Odyssey, and even Doctor Who would forever change it, from tin trash can robots, to, well, Data :-)
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  September 27, 2013
Who knew Lego bricks could be made to look like that! Wow, this is beyond epic. It's a phenomenal build, to say the least. Well done! Wow!
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting sam the first amazingly complex... nice build!
Thank you Sam.
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 I have this movie, I love it, since I was born after the serious roles of nielson, I knew him for comedy, and, watching his serious roles, I always have the feeling that he s about to pull a great joke, lol, like the naked gun, as for your scene, it s fabulous! the spheres and shapes, colors, it s just right, and Robbie, well, everybody loves Robbie, lol, watching the documentary, I was shocked to hear the bill of his construction for the time, it s still the most recognized robot of all time yet, and you did fantastic work on him, I was amazed at how accurate you realized him, the characters are very recognizable too, it s a very impressive piece! congrats Matt!
Thank you Cyberfrank. I have the movie as well and took the opportunity to watch it again. It really was actually a good flick, in comparison to War of the Worlds which I considered first and, of course, Avatar. (Stu body blow. XD) I think the movie was two years in production with a massive budget to boot. At least back then they could produce quality. (Stu falters!) Robbie is definitive and quintessential, easily recognizable and absolutely necessary. I'm startled myself as to how well he turned out. Thanks again and sorry for the Stu insults, running joke. XD
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  September 27, 2013
amazingly complex... nice build!
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Dr. Monster Super MOC from a classic film! Very well done. I really like Robbie the Robot, great use of the magnifying glass(es).
Thank you Dr. Robbie was one of those builds that you can't stop laughing at how clever it worked out to be. ;)
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Nick Barrett Straight from the Golden Age of SF. Robbie is instantly recognizable - he could not be better. The whole set-up is very evocative and I love all the styling touches in the lab. Figs rock too, of course, and tiny dresses never hurt anyone :-)
Thank you Nick. It really was a Golden Age where whimsy met science, obliquely perhaps. And I couldn't agree more, there is a definite lack of tiny dresses nowadays. BTW just saw your moc. WOW!
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  September 27, 2013
I have this movie, I love it, since I was born after the serious roles of nielson, I knew him for comedy, and, watching his serious roles, I always have the feeling that he s about to pull a great joke, lol, like the naked gun, as for your scene, it s fabulous! the spheres and shapes, colors, it s just right, and Robbie, well, everybody loves Robbie, lol, watching the documentary, I was shocked to hear the bill of his construction for the time, it s still the most recognized robot of all time yet, and you did fantastic work on him, I was amazed at how accurate you realized him, the characters are very recognizable too, it s a very impressive piece! congrats Matt!
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  September 27, 2013
Straight from the Golden Age of SF. Robbie is instantly recognizable - he could not be better. The whole set-up is very evocative and I love all the styling touches in the lab. Figs rock too, of course, and tiny dresses never hurt anyone :-)
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Wow this is brilliant. Love Robbie, the gauges and the girl. The floor looks great, I know how frustrating that technique is but it is worth it in the end. I think I said it in your last MO entry but I will say it again. Your skills and style are perfect for this contest. I forsee a bright future ahead
Wow! Thank you MortalSwordsman. I'm honored by high praise from an impressive talent such as yourself. And I hope you're right about my future. I certainly feel that I have the right attitude for the MO and I find that I'm actually more comfortable outside my comfort zone (weird). If I get knocked out, it won't be for a lack of effort. I've been an artist my whole life and have never really been proud of my work until I started these fully realized creations in Lego. Thank you again.
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Jared . Dat Robbie <3
Awwww yeaaaah! Thank you Jared.
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Delatron 3000 You had to bait me with an Avatar dig didn't you ;) Lovely build mate, big but well proportioned, nothing wasted or frivolous. The figs are brill and Robbie looks just great. Excellent job and good luck!
Thank you Delatron. Of course, I'm going to get in as many Avatar jabs as robotically possible; it's my moral imperative. ;) The tricky part of this build was actually holding back on what to build next. There's SOOO much stuff in the Lab. And, I don't think that even Robbie could have helped Avatar. (uppercut. XD)
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting David Roberts The first thing that catches your is the sheer scale of this build (again!), with its impressive circular floor. I like the wall of guages, the table which appears almost to be floating and the big greeble in the middle. Then your eye notices the figures. The two humans are very nicely done, especially the curvy spacegirl: are those her stocking tops showing? ;) For me, the star of the build is Robbie the Robot. I think that you've done a brilliant job of building this sci-fi icon and he would stand as a great build in his own right. I like the tyre legs, the double canopies to make his glass dome and the magnifying glasses as antenna. Brilliant building and so quickly done too.
Wow! Thank you Dave. THAT'S what it is, a giant greeble! I should have picked up on that in my description. Excellent. I built this like they build sets: As a central star themselves. Since most of the acting was as cardboard as the structure, they knew if the actors were in the "now", it would elevate the realness. I'm really quite proud of how Robbie turned out, shocked even. I think I'll keep him around. As for the speed, I didn't realize how fast I did it. I'm sorta pitbull-ish when I have a specific vision. As for the stockings, yes they are the tops. The thing I don't quite get is that she wore stockings yet no shoes in the entire movie. Weird. Thanks Dave.
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Justin Knelsen Very nice! I love the circular structure of the build! Good luck in round two!
Thank you Justin. Round is kinda tricky in Lego, thought I'd give it a go. ;)
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  September 27, 2013
Quoting Leda Kat =^..^= YES! Oh sweet! Perfect. Love this classic, you've captured the style and feel of the flick, expertly taking us back in time when sci fi was completly out of the imagination and lacking any potential connection to a possible future reality at all. Old movies are my favourtie because I love to try put myself into the mindspace of the people that watched them when they were new releases and how they must have been wowed beyond reason, just the way we are now with our flawless special effects... then I imagine the special effects of the future and put myself in the mind of a person watching a contemporay film of today with the same reminisent feeling of being wowed... Also, Robbie is mint.
Leda, that has to be the most perfect compliment ever! Thank you. I think that you and I are of like minds, I watch movies in the same light. I adore old movies for that very reason and apply the cultural framework to each one. The progression is what amazes me the most and it's milestones like this that keep me coming back, in every genre. It's why movies like Avatar are so disappointing. (Stu jab! XD) Thank you again Leda.
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  September 27, 2013
Wow this is brilliant. Love Robbie, the gauges and the girl. The floor looks great, I know how frustrating that technique is but it is worth it in the end. I think I said it in your last MO entry but I will say it again. Your skills and style are perfect for this contest. I forsee a bright future ahead
  September 27, 2013
Dat Robbie <3
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  September 27, 2013
You had to bait me with an Avatar dig didn't you ;) Lovely build mate, big but well proportioned, nothing wasted or frivolous. The figs are brill and Robbie looks just great. Excellent job and good luck!
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  September 27, 2013
The first thing that catches your is the sheer scale of this build (again!), with its impressive circular floor. I like the wall of guages, the table which appears almost to be floating and the big greeble in the middle. Then your eye notices the figures. The two humans are very nicely done, especially the curvy spacegirl: are those her stocking tops showing? ;) For me, the star of the build is Robbie the Robot. I think that you've done a brilliant job of building this sci-fi icon and he would stand as a great build in his own right. I like the tyre legs, the double canopies to make his glass dome and the magnifying glasses as antenna. Brilliant building and so quickly done too.
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  September 27, 2013
Very nice! I love the circular structure of the build! Good luck in round two!
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  September 26, 2013
YES! Oh sweet! Perfect. Love this classic, you've captured the style and feel of the flick, expertly taking us back in time when sci fi was completly out of the imagination and lacking any potential connection to a possible future reality at all. Old movies are my favourtie because I love to try put myself into the mindspace of the people that watched them when they were new releases and how they must have been wowed beyond reason, just the way we are now with our flawless special effects... then I imagine the special effects of the future and put myself in the mind of a person watching a contemporay film of today with the same reminisent feeling of being wowed... Also, Robbie is mint.
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  September 26, 2013
Quoting Nick White Cool! I like the round platform!
Thank you Nick. The floor was brutally tricky, I'm glad you like it.
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  September 26, 2013
Quoting Topsy Creatori (StoveTopCreator!) I think I'm actually watching the movie! Everything is so true to it! Best of Luck! :)
I followed the movie stills as accurately as possible. I did take some liberties in the floor. It's painted in curves and spacy arches. Really futuristic! But I think I got the feel well enough. Thank you Topsy.
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  September 26, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Also that thingy in the middle of the room looks cool too!
Yup. It's a thingy alright. I wonder if the builders on the set were told to build "something" or if they were told "here's a boatload of money, whatever". ;)
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  September 26, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Brother! You got mad skills! The floor alone is mind blowing, incrediable . The room looks straight out of the movie. The figures are spot on love the curls in her hair . Last but not least that is the best Robby the robot I have ever seen in Lego bar none and all the others there ever will be. Excellent attention to detail . I love every detail the legs and feet are perfect, the clear dome of his head this is pure brilliance. the magnifying glass, The way you made his chest. I am truly humbled .
Thank you Brother. Some praiseful notes there. I have to say that Robbie sorta stunned me with how well he turned out. I did him first to get the scale for everything else, he had to be identifiable. The floor was maddening. It's not perfect by any stretch but I think I'd like to attempt something like it again. The math eludes me. Thank you again Brother.
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  September 26, 2013
Cool! I like the round platform!
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  September 26, 2013
I think I'm actually watching the movie! Everything is so true to it! Best of Luck! :)
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  September 26, 2013
Also that thingy in the middle of the room looks cool too!
  September 26, 2013
Brother! You got mad skills! The floor alone is mind blowing, incrediable . The room looks straight out of the movie. The figures are spot on love the curls in her hair . Last but not least that is the best Robby the robot I have ever seen in Lego bar none and all the others there ever will be. Excellent attention to detail . I love every detail the legs and feet are perfect, the clear dome of his head this is pure brilliance. the magnifying glass, The way you made his chest. I am truly humbled .
 
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