Barad Dur Bracket. My entry for 2013-14 Middle Earth Lego Olympics against Grant Davis - "The journey doesn't end here. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass.””"
This time we got a great quote from Gandalf. I don't really like the scene when it was said so I decided to build the first thing came into my mind when I read it: the sail to Valinor from Gray Havens on an elven swan ship.
Valinor, also known as The Undying Lands, or Aman the Blessed, was another continent adjacent to Middle-Earth. It was the residence of the Vala, the Maiar, and many Eldar (Elves). It was a land of peace and beauty. In the Second Age Valinor was removed from the circles of the world, and could only be accessed by sailing a specific path, and only by those the Vala allowed (mainly elves, and a few other notable exceptions). Noone really knows what happens there but legends told who reach Valinor become immortal and able will live a happy life.
Well Zoltan here is the deal. You did a great build but one picture makes it really hard to judge your entry very well. This being the case, I am giving my bow to Grant, I think his was a bit better done (though I prefer your idea over his), very likely if you had shown us more detail of your MOC you would have gotten my bow. Good luck with the other judges!
Hi Zoltan, great job! I liked the creative perspective on the build, but I think your opponent's build was not only more challenging, but better constructed. One picture is agony for us judge also. He gets my vote. Good luck with the other judges!
Quoting Graham Gidman
Fantastic work! But no entry from your son for this round?
To be honest I didn't really wanted to explain this quote to him because his age. And when he noticed I'm building a harbor he decided to skip this round because he didn't liked the theme :)