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Two-point FP Melting Cityscape . My entry for Round 2 of the 2012 Mocolympics. . EDIT: Title changed from MO:R2 Thoy Bradley vs Blake Baer 14/10/2012 MocOlympics Group here. Link to Blake Baer's Homepage here. Category: "Melt Down" : HELP! It's so hot everything is melting ! The sidewalks, the buildings, the pigeons... This one may be a bit tricky but build us a MOC where everything has melted. So for Round 2 I had, according to 'popular opinion', the hardest category to build in. On top of this I was also pitted against Blake Baer, an absolutely top notch builder. In my opinion, the category was a stroke of luck for me as it levelled the playing field a bit. I knew I had very little in the way of smoothing pieces to create a melting effect, so I decided to go with forced perspective. Rather than do the typical '1-point perspective' I have taken forced Perspective to the next level - '2-point perspective'. Not hard eh? Wrong. With 2-point perspective there are maybe 2 instances where any angle you are working with is 90. I have done countless image searches on Google looking for other attempts at Lego '2-point perspective' and have found none, which leads me to believe this is the first ever on the internet. I don't know if I've done enough to beat Blake, but I do hope I've bought forth a concept which others will endeavour to try themselves in the future. Please take your time and enjoy! ~Thoy The first 8 photos are to show details of my setup. You will see holes in the build all over the place. Shot showing that the corner is not built at a 90 angle. Final shot of set up. These following images are of the final presentation, showing off the 2-point perspective at its best. Final presentation zoomed with no backdrop. Final presentation zoomed with backdrop. Final presentation of entire scene with backdrop.

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