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Our tears fall dry as moondust . Built for Keith Goldmans 'You Control the Action' competition. The theme is sci-fi horror, this is about as horrific as I could imagine. . An Earth Force Drumfire Dropship hits a Copernicus High School bus as it exits from Copernicus Moonbase. This incident leads to a famous speech by the Dome Administrator and is a major factor in The Moon gaining Independence. The Drumfire, the schoolbuss and the Airlock were all built intact first with the sole aim of destroying them in this collision! ^My favourite shot, it's a bit hard to make out what's going on, but it's dynamic! ^I like this shot a lot too. I think because it's an angle where it's really hard to see the structures that support the MOC and there seem to be mini-figures being throw all over the place. Boom shake tha' room - Ooo! A skeleton. Wreckage in motion. ^Bad hair day... bad head, body and feet day too. "Ack! That doesn't look good." (His visor is invisible, it's only his anti-glare second visor thats up!) ^Burn baby, burn. ^Head shot! ^rear of action... nothing dodgy mind you. ^ The individual ships and the Copernicus Moonbase Airlock.


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