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CIS Hangar Diorama

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Here is it - CIS HANGAR DIORAMA.

<a href="http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/164494" target="_blank">http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/164494</a>

Dimensions:1.15m x 38 cm x 30 cm

Bricks used:cca. 3000

This diorama is made for Klub Kockice.org first official exhibition that gonna be held next year in Technical Museum in Zagreb,Croatia.

I said that I gonna tile the entire floor - YES I will, BUT it will take quiet some time to get my hand on enought tiles to do so - but not later than 4/2010. So untill than this is final product for now and don`t expect to work on this one anymore.

SO....ENJOY! Write me some feedback and rate it and stay cool! And TNKX for visiting my MOCs pages.

p.s. I had trouble picturing this one, cos its big one as you can see...so...sorry for not-so-massive-photos

HI!

check it out here....

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/157817

W.I.P. work (80-85% complete) . still lot to do. Sorry for BAD pics, mobile phone photos...didn`t have my camera with me...will post proper pictures later...

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size comp. with jedi starfighter....

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"let there be light"....its electrified...for now just base of pilons...

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...enjoy...

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That is amazin! It looks very clean. I can't wait to see the final product :thumbup:

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Hello!

Although not yet finished, this looks very impressive! :classic: I especially like the use of the modified plates with angular extension and tip, a piece that I always wanted to use some day. :wink: I'm looking forward to see the entire and complete scene.

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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great W.I.P! I like the laser its really cool. The wall is really well made I like the circles

Cant wait to see the final product

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Thank you so much! You just truly inspired me! I have to get to work right away!

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That looks really good. Can't wait to see the finished product.

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Very nice! Davor :wub:

Pics could be better but thats ok.

It's looking really good so far! I really like the "let there be light"....its electrified...for now just base of pilons... Thats a really cool idea!, I thought of doing it on a MOC awhile back but decided not doing it, its good to see it actually works! :thumbup:

Great job!

CommanderFox

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If I may suggest something, then it would be to add a layer of bricks or plates to your baseplates.

It adds 'thickness' to the design and looks good in my opnion.

But it's merely a suggestion.

As you can see, I've indexed this as a discussion.

When your MOC is complete, feel free to repost it as a MOC and I'll be more than happy to add it to the MOC Index.

Keep up the good work :thumbup:

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I like the light work in the MOC. It reminds me of the one level in "The force unleased" I can't remember the name but there are cranes and it's in the death star I think.

Either way, It looks great so far, I can't wait to see the final product.

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Looks pretty nice. Make sure to use a better camera for the completed project. :thumbup:

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Very impressive! This should be used for a Lego stop motion film! Quality work!

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I like the light work in the MOC. It reminds me of the one level in "The force unleased" I can't remember the name but there are cranes and it's in the death star I think.

Either way, It looks great so far, I can't wait to see the final product.

The lights do look really cool, and a crane is a good idea too :classic:

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My diorama is almost finshed. Next step will be getting tiles for floor and building inventory like boxes, engine parts, amonition, cargo stuff....you get the point..giving a life to diorama :)

http://www.mocpages.com/folder.php/73368

Main structure is complete.

w. 1.15 m

h. 30cm

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Very cool, I can't wait for the final product.

Are you tiling the entire floor? Bricklink is going to love you!

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Looks Fantastic Davor :wub:

I can't wait to see the tiled floor :wub::cry_happy:

Great job and looking forward to seeing it complete!

CommanderFox

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12577690121_THUMB.jpg

Here is it - CIS HANGAR DIORAMA.

http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/164494

Dimensions:1.15m x 38 cm x 30 cm

Bricks used:cca. 3000

This diorama is made for Klub Kockice.org first official exhibition that gonna be held next year in Technical Museum in Zagreb,Croatia.

I said that I gonna tile the entire floor - YES I will, BUT it will take quiet some time to get my hand on enought tiles to do so - but not later than 4/2010. So untill than this is final product for now and don`t expect to work on this one anymore.

SO....ENJOY! Write me some feedback and rate it and stay cool! And TNKX for visiting my MOCs pages.

p.s. I had trouble picturing this one, cos its big one as you can see...so...sorry for not-so-massive-photos

to admins: can you plz now change topic name into CIS HANGAR DIORAMA or smtng like that.?

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It's wonderfully done, just as the rest of your work. If at all possible though, could you take a few more pics of details? Can't wait to the the tiled version. :classic: Keep us the great work. :thumbup:

-'Skintasee

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