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MOC's at Star Wars Event Legoland Germany 2011

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Like last year we (The Dutch Moonbase team) were asked by Hein-Jan Kemperman from The Little Arms Shop to help in building new MOC's for the Star Wars Event in june 2011 in Legoland Germany.

This year was a particular challange because we had to build all new MOC's as last years MOC'S were taken down.

Sky4walker (Mike van Leeuwen) started on a large scale build of Tatooine where several scenes from the 6 movies were depicted. After 4 months of hardcore building he ended up with a 7 x 1.8 meter layout.

I started on a build that started as a joke. On Legoworld 2010 in Zwolle (NL) I was challenged by Mike and Hein-Jan to build a 10 meter long trench from the film A New Hope. Well, I accepted ...

It took me 3 month of building to complete a 6 x 1.2 meter trench including X-wing's, Tie fighters and Y-wings. All build to a 2/3 minifig scale. Tricky but it worked.

It wasn't 10 meters long but I was out of parts, baseplates and space in my hobby-room.

Other MOC"s were the enormous and highly detailed Droid Factory by a German builder, a hangar with ships from Mike's son Mitchel and a scene by Hein-Jan with the Millenium Falcon.

The event stared sad as Hein-Jan's father pasted away the first day the guys were in Gunzburg. Hein-Jan returned to Holland and Mike started alone with setting up the tent with the help of some young ladies from the park.

The event was a great succes. Just have a look at the pictures and our WEBSITE as pictures talk louder than words.

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These look absolutely stunning :wub:

minor point:

two stormtroopers in the death star scene have AT-AT helmets.

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Simply an outstanding collaborative display! The sheer size of the builds and the highly-detailed nature of each are extremely impressive. My hats off to all of you who had a hand on these creations (and thanks for sharing this legopapa). :thumbup:

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OMG! The Tatooine is huge! Looking at Luke's home, u can see the thickness (i.e. number) of bricks used to create the diferent levels!

The walls of the Death Star is just as amazing!

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Again that word appears.....AWESOME !

Thanks 'legopapa' for sharing these images, great MF on the Death Star and Tatooine is just WOW and it appears episodes 1 and 4 are covered.....a huge :thumbup: !

May the brick be with you 'legopapa' ! :grin:

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What an absolute incredible MOC! :wub:

Wonderful!

P l e a s e tell me it's still on display in G├╝nzburg. I'm going to visit the Legoland later in August.

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@Holodoc ... sorry, but these MOC's were only on display for the duration of the Star Wars Event.

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:oh: Not one, but two ginormous dioramas! :wub: The Midi-scale Y-wings are my favorites. Classic LEGO look created from modern techniques.

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That is absolutely the nicest SW Tatooine scene that I have ever seen in my life!!!

I would really like to see some more of these.

Top work :thumbup:

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:cry_happy: Wow you just made my day :wub: I absolutely love both of them, and would love more pictures.

Great job :thumbup:

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Are you the same group who did that killer Clone vs Droid city battle one last year?

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Wow that is one heck of an awesome scene! Too cool for adequate words... They did a fantastic job building this, thumbs up as I am doing it as hard as I can! :thumbup: Great job :classic:

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OMG! Absolutely amazing! There's a lot of great stuff on EB, but sometimes you see MOCs, like these, that just blow you away.

Note to self: buy a lot more tan bricks. A helluva lot more...

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Oh my god! Not only are those wonderful layouts absolutely enormous, but must have cost a fortune in bricks. Not to mention the time (I'd imagine that doing that desert got pretty tedious)- but what a result!

Love the Death Star scene.

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Wow! I really like the amount of detail in the Death Star trench, and the Tatooine landscape is amazing! The builders really did a great job of working in different scales! :sweet:

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WOW, they are absolutely amazing, I especially love the Tatooine scene.

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WOW, they are absolutely amazing, I especially love the Tatooine scene.

now we know where all those tan bricks have gone to! :laugh:

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makes you wonder why you started mocing in the first place. :tongue:

Unbelievable. I'll leave it at that.

CF

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