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Luke VS the Rancor

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Wow! This is just amazing! I love everything about this. The limbs and mouth are especially well done. :thumbup: You should check out ACPin's Rancor MOC. It's very different from this.

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Nice job, Mood. You've done well capturing the hunched, stocky feel of the Rancor. I'm not quite sure about the face; the placement of the nostrils makes them look like the eyes on first glance; and the forearms also look a little too round compared to the rest of the MOC. Nevertheless, it's very good.

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the back detail is amazing. I think the rancor face should be a smidge longer and protrude out more.

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That's a really great Rancor.

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I'm so happy you decided to join and share your work with us :classic:

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Excellent. I do like this quite a lot. You have got the Rancor just the right size and scale to the minifigure.

Thanks for Sharing :thumbup:

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An excellent Rancor 'M<0><0<DSWIM', I just wonder if the large bone from the new Ninjago sets might be better for Luke to wedge in the Rancor's mouth ! :wink:

Fantastic job to make it look evil and hungry too ! :devil:

Keep up the cool designs and may the brick be with you ! :yoda:

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Another quality creation Mood, I love your brickbuilt Rancor, very different from ACPin's yet looks great as well. The spikes at the back are very nice details. Excellent job once again! :thumbup:

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Great job on the overall scale of the Rancor and the design of the hands and the back detailing. I do think as has been already stated the face needs a little work from the jaws up, if I remember right the Rancor's eyes are more like a birds in there positioning on its head, meaning they face more to the side then the front. Great job.

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Don't remember this one...... Just the same, it's a great looking MOC. I would say that you should update this with some of the new bone parts. :classic:

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That is fantastic, the proportions are just prefect, LEGO should buy the rights from you and make a set out of this, seriously I think it's that good.

It's also my new phone wallpaper.

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Wow this is simply great, I got to give it to ya. Very creative.

I hope Lego designers take a look at this if they ever decide to put out a set like this, because I could see them copping out with a one-piece rancor action figure that has nothing but a moveable jaw.

I've got to ask, about how long did this take you?

And was it a ton of trial and error before you got it right???

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Wow this is simply great, I got to give it to ya. Very creative.

I hope Lego designers take a look at this if they ever decide to put out a set like this, because I could see them copping out with a one-piece rancor action figure that has nothing but a moveable jaw.

I've got to ask, about how long did this take you?

And was it a ton of trial and error before you got it right???

Thanks! This took me about 2 weeks to finish and YES: a ton of trial and error (and several Bricklink orders)! The biggest challenges were the head and the hands.

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Great Rancor - as others have said the face could possibly use a little improvement but everything else is :thumbup:

I also like all the little extras you've 'randomly' scattered around the base, bones, rocks and stuff.

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