Alright so it was 1 and a half weeks into the second round of the MOCOlympics and I still didn't have a clue what to build. I was flipping through the channels on TV and came across the opening theme song to a cartoon named chowder. The book got me thinking. So with blood, sweat and a lot of mountain dew I accomplished a strange feat...Microscale within macroscale! I'll take my award now, and yah, the book was my secret weapon, eat that Phipson! More commentary coming later, but at this time I have four minutes to post. Wooot procrastination!
The judges are screwed here. It's definitely going to be close between you and Phipson. I love the detail of this MOC and I think I get most of what's going on, but I can't wait to read your commentary on it. Lots of cool SNOT work here. Good luck!
Well Ian, I know it's too little too late, but I give you my vote. I was really impressed with your idea, although I would have liked to see another page or two in the pop up book or maybe a few more details on the page you had. It was a great build anyway. Good job!
This is a brilliant concept and a strong execution Ian, but I gave the win to Chris. This is a great build, no doubt about it, but a few areas and details seem a bit underdone. I think with a little more time to refine it and flesh it out, you certainly could have pulled off the victory, but for now, Iíll just have to say congrats on an awesome effort.
Whoa... the pop-up book idea was really clever, and I like the battle machines. The right hand page seems to be a few buildings short of a full city, but the rich detail of the buildings that are there makes up for it. Awesome work.
Disqualified! The moc's not finished without the commentary! And and and... you posted it 30 seconds late... and and and... yep, I got nothing. (kidding on all that of course.) This is some brilliant work Ian. The concept is very original and the build itself is top notch! Good luck! ~ Chris.