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M.O. Round 2: Halhi 141 vs Nick V . . 2012 MocOlympics Group Home Halhi 141's Entry Category: Life size LEGO object - Why should minifigs have all the cool stuff? Pick a LEGO “hand held” item (anything from a gun to a broom to a briefcase or a screwdriver, anything made for minifig hands) and build it in real life scale. You must show a picture of someone holding the item (to show proper scale) and also include a picture of the item next to the minifig sized version of the piece that inspired it. (No brickarms or aftermarket stuff for this category. Choose a LEGO brand item) For my entry I decided to make the Alien Conquest ADU pistol at life-size scale. The proportions are warped a bit especially around the handle area, so that it fits more comfortably into a human hand. I tried to imagine what details a sci-fi pistol would have at this larger scale, since the original piece was limited by its need for simplicity at its small size and the use of lightsaber-bar connection points, which were no longer applicable to a life-size version. The gun by itself. Back of the guns Side of the guns


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