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Wampa's cave

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Hi all!

My next creation, but castle not this time :). This time I would like to presten SW MOC - Wampa's Cave.

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Wampa's cave by 'LL', on Flickr

Thank you for your attention,

LL

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I don't know if the cooking stuff is funnier or the droid being upside down too.

Looks great, you really nailed the cave feel like the movie scene.

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WOW I love the way you built your cave. I also love details with iceicles and bones hangging. I would have liked to see Luke's head on the minifig but you probly dont own the Wampa set as I dont see the Wampa either, great job though :thumbup: Much better than my little vig IMO.

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Hilarious! Looks like the Wampa has appetite for metals too eh? :laugh: The rocky texture of the cave is fantastic, very well done! :thumbup:

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Probably the white balancing in the camera is thrown off by artificial light.

Nice take on the Wampa cave scene - like the build with all the details. Should have a Wampa in there for perfection...

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Very nice! The cutaway effect is indeed really cool, so are the probe droid and other details. :thumbup:

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Nice job, very smooth and organic while not losing it's LEGO qualities. Mmmm, tasty droid. Full of iron. :grin:

Is that Tan or yellowed white? or is it just your camera?

A mix of yellowed white and newer white. The giveaway is the skeleton parts which don't exist in tan. Or you could do this, which at least partially fixes it.

Feel free to copy that pic and replace yours if you want. :wink:

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"Is that Tan or yellowed white? or is it just your camera?"

"A mix of yellowed white and newer white. The giveaway is the skeleton parts which don't exist in tan. Or you could do this, which at least partially fixes it."

That is mix of yellowed white and newer white.

"Feel free to copy that pic and replace yours if you want."

Thanks for good intentions and work for me but truly, that effect was intentional light-work :).

Thanks a lot for many of comments! Its olways nice.

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