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M.O. Round 2: Tyler Halliwell vs Alex Fojtik . My entry to the MocOlympics Round 2 in the category "Surrealism." . Le Group My worthy opponent's entry. Alex Fojtik vs Tyler Halliwell in: Surrealism - Create a Lego work in the style of the surrealist movement that features some element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions or non sequitur. I was stumped by this category. I was originally going to come up with my own surrealist image, as my opponent did, but then I realized that it would be more fun and more of a challenge to myself to remake a picture. As this was something I had never done before, not being a mosaic person and whatnot, I didn't know how to go about doing this. I finally selected an image and got to work. This is the result. I am not sure what this picture would be classified as. It is part mosaic and part sculpture. The picture I chose is titled "Fashionable Bridge" and is a bridge made of high heeled shoes. *Note: I chose this picture because I liked the concept. Not for other reasons. And away we go! Here is the full picture (Or at least most of it.) Quadrant 1. Quadrant 2 Quadrant 3 Quadrant 4 Artsy black and white shot. "Ooooo" "Ahhhhhh" Me with the picture. It is 25" by 40" or approximately 2' by 3'. The reference, by Vladimir Kush. Before I end, I have a list of people to thank: Most importantly, my Aunt, who went to the Lego store to get me two PAB cups of trans clear slopes for the reflection. These were then delivered by (see next) My Grandparents when they came to my sister's game. My girlfriend for giving me advice and encouragement during the whole building process. Anyway, good luck to all of the rest of the contestants and especially my opponent.


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