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Through the Lens of Time . This is for the 2011 MOCathlon contest category "Forced Perspective", from the group "Just Another MOCathlon Group". . 2011 MOCathlon Yes...that's right. Just lean forward and look for your bus. Enjoy your wait now, because in just a minute, you won't have to wait any more...How ironic that you are wearing an emergency responder's uniform. It doesn't suit you. (Dialogue above pictures) I remember clearly when it all started...My dad and I were on a walk, just him and his teenage son...and you pulled him into the alley and shot him then and there, just to take his wallet. I fled, yelling for someone to come help... ...but I couldn't just leave my father there. I ran back to check on him but it was too late. You had dropped your Colt revolver, and fled the scene. I grabbed the revolver and sprinted after you... ...but the police finally arrived, and caught ME with the smoking gun instead of YOU... ...and I spent more than ten years of my life behind bars for something I didn't do. I swore to have my revenge... ...and so it will be. Enjoy these last few precious seconds. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Background stuff: I found this challenge to be quite fun. At first, all I was going to have was the view through the scope, but then I wanted to create a story to go with it. The main picture was easily the hardest one to get right. If I held the camera too close to the "scope", the camera would severely darken the picture, making it hard to make out what's going on. Too far, and you can see outside of the scope. I had to hold it half a foot away or so and zoom in to around 150% to get it to work. As for the behind the scenes stuff, here is the overall layout: It's kind of like video games. If people can't venture there, why design that side of the level? Anyways, here is the street side concessions man: ...and his cart: Here is my dozing man and the unfortunate minifig (on the bench with wanted ads printed on it): And finally, a further view of the "scope". Thanks for looking!


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