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MocOlympics Round #4 - JD Luse vs. Mark Legorski . Category: Halo. . Halo. Haha, I KNOW, right? Yeesh... The scene I built is from this video in Halo Wars. No, I didn't play the game to find out about it, it came from a friend. I created the initial stand-off between the Spartans and the Elites when the creatures were first spotted. It's not much, but it's all I could whip up due to BrickCon being in five days. Five days! *faints* I have heard from several respected builders to never apologize for a creation, but right now I'm gonna apologize for the poor quality photos. I have many reasons they turned out not so great, but I'm just gonna leave it at "sorry". But the build. O the build! I actually laughed aloud at the fact that I was stinkin' trying to be a Halo kiddie? Oh MAN! I even made a Master Chief for kicks and giggles. Chris, what have you done to me!? =) My opponent's homepage Well folks, that's it. Be on the lookout for my summer project post in the near future! -------------------------------------------- EDIT: There has been some comments outside the realm of MOCpages concerning the use of Justin Stebbin's Elite leg technique without credit. Now, beside it being merely a modified version of such, I want to point whoever may say anything of the sort to THIS conversation. In the words of Yupa-sama, "Nobody owns a technique. Credit is polite, but not necessary." Yes, Justin inspired what you see here, but I don't exactly know what that has to do with my being a turd by not giving him credit, or even using in the first place! I will close my comment with a quote from Andrew Becraft, which says, "I say embrace the open source mentality and let people build without worrying about attribution for how two LEGO elements were put together in a creation!" I couldn't agree more.


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