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Subterranean Shenanigans

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Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by ISC on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 10:08 am

Subterranean Shenanigans: A Dwarven Mine MOC

First of all I tip my hat to some of the great builders who have inspired me to create this. Sly Owl, Mister oo7, and DNL

They have been instrumental in taking my building from this to what you see before you...















Brickshelf when moderated.
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This was a blast to build, and took me a long time to get the details right, I hope you enjoy.

Thanks for taking the time to look.
Cheers
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Post by Keetong on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 11:08 am

Wow, they more then helped you. Nice use of gears legohappy:

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Re: Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by Darth Legois on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 11:50 am

Nice work, I love the rocky jagged look of the mountains. legosunglasses

Waterfall looks great but maybe slightly less trans-clear in the middle [Just in the middle, The rest is fine.]

I love the production line and just everything! Maybe a cannon of somesort ontop for protection against trolls? But I guess if this is a remote outpost and I dont think a cannon would look to go by itself ontop.

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Post by Redboost on Mon 09 Mar 2009, 2:19 pm

That is awesome stuff. Its great to see we have some decent MOCs down under. Two thumbs up! :D3

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Post by Cpt. PB on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 5:09 am

I am loving your waterfall man!

I can see the inspiration but still I see you all over this. A certain snotty snow comes to mind. legolaugh

That water fall is what I dream of making!

Great work ISC, are you showing/displaying this anywhere?

Regards, Cpt. PB

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Re: Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by ISC on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 7:04 am

Thanks fellow Anzac Lego Fans. As for a structure on top DL, the whole thing is meant to be underground, there was a stage when I was going to stack a baseplate on top with a nice cottage, but that really deserves it own MOC

Cpt. PB wrote:I am loving your waterfall man!

I can see the inspiration but still I see you all over this. A certain snotty snow comes to mind. legolaugh

That water fall is what I dream of making!

Great work ISC, are you showing/displaying this anywhere?

Regards, Cpt. PB

The waterfall was something I had brewing for a while, and was fortunate to look through a PAB bag that a mate from US sent me that had a massive amount of trans clear 1 x 2 plates in it. So from there I just started sticking them together to make bubbly water, and the rest is MOC history LOL. Behing it is just trans dark blue bricks, I think I ordered 100 off BL a while ago, but found I like blue SNOT water more often in my MOCs (this being an exception)

No thoughts of displaying it, though thanks for the praise legohappy:

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Post by Cpt. PB on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 1:36 pm

I made you something legoeyesheart



I made it dark n dusty for you as well as some extra walling in the black

I hope you like it legosweat2

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Re: Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by ISC on Tue 10 Mar 2009, 11:19 pm

Thanks for a nicely edited picture CptPB, you are the man. I try fiddling around with pics but I only use Paint.net at the moment. Time is always limited with two youngens running around. I shall post this pic at EB as well.

Cheers

BTW, this little forum is going well for you guys so far. Keep it up.

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Post by peterab on Sat 04 Apr 2009, 9:32 am

This would make a nice MOC to bring to Brickvention next year (Oz day) if you felt like it. I'd love to see it up close.

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Re: Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by ISC on Sun 05 Apr 2009, 2:02 am

Thanks, Most of my MOCs don't stay built for long though. Always onto something else. Who knows about next year, I may make it down one year. I actually am trying to get over to BrickWorld in Chicago next year.

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Re: Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by Swashbuckler Petrie on Mon 08 Mar 2010, 7:54 am

This looks like a fairly old topic but i coudln't help noticing that this MOC seams to have a few custom peices in it am i correct?

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Post by findmy012 on Fri 15 Oct 2010, 7:32 pm

This would make a nice MOC to bring to Brickvention next year (Oz day) if you felt like it. I'd love to see it up close.

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Re: Subterranean Shenanigans

Post by hewman on Mon 01 Nov 2010, 6:41 am

I love it ISC, I hadn't seen this one of yours before. Really gives a great feel of being underground. Those rollers/crushers really have a strong look about them.
Also the flow of all the rocks works beautifully.

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