Simply awesome. I thought I was alone in thinking everyone IS everyone! Now that my convictions have been substantiated with a tall, solid, awesomely-built town-style MOC, I guess I don't have to worry anymore!
First off, it's NOT a delusion. Everyone is the same person and they're all out to get me! After I convince Elvis here of that, I'll be able to devote more time to proving that mole men are plotting to take over Guam. So this is what you've been working on while playing silent observer. I was wondering and I must say, I'm impressed. If this is what you're gonna be turning out, be silent more often! (kidding of course)~ Chris.
I like it
January 5, 2009
Simply awesome, Alex. You certainly have a knack for 'town style' build as evidenced here. Nice work on the cobblestone effect on the sloped streets. Also, congrats on the BB mention.
I like it
Heather LEGO Girl
January 5, 2009
If I tell you that that was the movie I was going to guess, can I at least have a small walk-on roll in your next build? I'd be lying of course, but a girl's gotta try. ;)
"They're after me Leopoldo, those two theaterfolk are everywhere, they are in the faces of all of them, that old man, that little girl, that handsome lad... no, not you too.."
Great diorama with amazing colors. Even without your great lighting skills, your MOCs still retain undaunted quality. I am already envisioning a storyline for the creation, as I have not seen the film...
Holy *#&@!, Alex I actually know the movie you're referencing here (don't even need to check the link)! Got to be one of my all-time favorite animated films!!!! When she goes to the river with the ol' school grenades, a stool, and and umbrella for a frog dinner...I swear to God I thought I was going to DIE laughin! For anyone who's doesn't mind "odd" films...this one's an absolute gem! FANTASTIC choice for a MOC, my friend...fantastic!
Ah, a wonderful source of inspiration. I watched the film repeatedly several years ago, but I almost forgot about it. To the point, I love the creation, especially the combination of old and new brown on the building. Marvelous idea!
I was trying to guess what film it is but nothing was coming. Looking in the wrong genre. It's all very noir looking. It's really cool. That's one steep street. Nice car. Lots of nice stuff. see ya. garth
You're not even trying for mood lighting and yet it's still more artfully presented than anything I've ever done. That's disheartening. Can't say I know the movie, but with streets that steep going down to the water, it's gotta be set in San Francisco. Possibly Seattle, which is San Francisco Jr., but somehow I doubt it.