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Nannan

MOC: Echo of Silence

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Here's my latest offbeat creation to complete my Metamorphosis of the Mind project. This will be my last major surrealist work for a while to come since I don't have anything else planned. The descriptions are on Flickr.

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Nice one Nannan :thumbup:! You do have your own style & design that you´ve work out really well! Thanks for showing it and I´ll be awaiting new stuff eagerly :classic:!

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That is interesting idea. New level of inspiration foe MOCs.

And very nice transformation from idea to MOC.

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Hello Nannan!

That's really outstanding! Very very smooth looking, no studs visible. Almost like a mirror. Also the symmetry makes this an eye catcher. My favourite pices used here are the old octagonal submarine pieces, which I also used recently for something completely different. :classic:

All the best,

~ Christopher

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Thanks! I'm glad you guys like the style or find it interesting. When photographing something this smooth, there are times when the surfaces reflect light much like a mirror, so I had to find the right angle for light to not be reflected.

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Thanks! I'm glad you guys like the style or find it interesting. When photographing something this smooth, there are times when the surfaces reflect light much like a mirror, so I had to find the right angle for light to not be reflected.

I have the same problem when taking pictures, I like to use tiles and then some surfaces gets too much light, others are too dark, and picture look bad.

Using many and so bright lights can solve this in a good way.

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I allways enjoy your MOCs sooo much. You deffinately have your own style. I love how you SNOT everything. I can't wait to see what you come up with next.

Bart

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