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Talz Encounter

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The Jedi search for the inhabitants of the planet Orto Plutonia

ends at an icy cavern where they're led to meet the leader of the Talz.

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Posted:Jan 8, 2012

Cavern entrance

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As usual, click the pics for more details...

AC

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Looks like you made good use of your white pieces.... Scene looks cool, very well done..IMO I really like the lighting with the shadows. :thumbup: :thumbup:

One question for me since i'm kinda new.. What does WIP mean?

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Please don't quote the first post please...

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Looks like you made good use of your white pieces.... Scene looks cool, very well done..IMO I really like the lighting with the shadows. :thumbup: :thumbup:

One question for me since i'm kinda new.. What does WIP mean?

WIP means work in progress.

Looking good,AC,do you know build clone wars stuff?

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I love the narglatch ACPin. Where did you get the Obi-Wan torso? It fits the show appearance well. :thumbup:

Also, exactly how many Freeco Speeder sets do you have? :look:

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It's looking great so far.

My only complaint would be that the ground is a bit too even, but it might work nonetheless.

Though I must ask, are they holding torches or are they on fire? :laugh:

~ General Magma

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AWESOME so far from again from the master of Lego Star Wars 'ACPin', I look forward to seeing more updates of this CW creation. :classic:

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Lookin good, so far! Ever since you did your scenes from the CW with the clones in training, I wondered if you'd ever attempt an interpretation of the "tresspass" story. Can't wait for more! :sweet:

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I see the build is of your usual quality, ACPin. :thumbup: Rather than repeat what others have said, I'll just leave a quick note that this WIP has been...

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WIP means work in progress.

Looking good,AC,do you know build clone wars stuff?

He's made quite a few. :wink:

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Not much to add either.. it's just great work!

I see the build is of your usual quality, ACPin. :thumbup: Rather than repeat what others have said, I'll just leave a quick note that this WIP has been...

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You're making good use of your blogger status angel. Great to see how you're fully using your ability to share MOC's, news and other lego SW stuff with us.

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Thanks all for your comments and you can now view the completed MOC. :sweet:

AC

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Thanks all for your comments and you can now view the completed MOC. :sweet:

AC

VERY NICE, I love Senator Chuchi whom got her appearence in this episode, I am making a custom HER.

Your MOC is very cool.

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VERY cool! I love that icey mountain thing. Is this finished or are you adding more details (and pics)? :sweet:

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Nice diorama ACPin :thumbup:

And the rest of you, make sure to click the images for the full gallery.

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Thanks all for your comments and you can now view the completed MOC. :sweet:

AC

Annnnnnd it got big :grin:.

That rock face is fantastic ACPin :wub:. Can we expect any more CW MOC's from you in future now?

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Very nice. I really like the Narglatch, and I LOVE the profile view of the wall of the cavern and the way it wraps over the top.

Excellent MOC!

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Nice updated version, ACPin! I think the top of the cavern is fantastically textured!

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Great Works, i love this episode of clone wars..have a question..

How did you made ​​the torsos of talz warriors, have sawn the crest? How did you manage to remove the crest of Thi-Sen?

Congratulations..

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VERY NICE, I love Senator Chuchi whom got her appearence in this episode, I am making a custom HER.

Your MOC is very cool.

Be sure to post it when you're done.

VERY cool! I love that icey mountain thing. Is this finished or are you adding more details (and pics)? :sweet:

This scene is completed though I'm planning on doing another scene while all the white bricks are still out! :laugh:

Nice diorama ACPin :thumbup:

And the rest of you, make sure to click the images for the full gallery.

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Yes, believe me that the first beast was a tablescrap. Though I've made three variants from the first one which are shown in this scene. Thanks for the blog!

Annnnnnd it got big :grin:.

That rock face is fantastic ACPin :wub:. Can we expect any more CW MOC's from you in future now?

I've done some before and will likely do more...

Very nice. I really like the Narglatch, and I LOVE the profile view of the wall of the cavern and the way it wraps over the top.

Excellent MOC!

I've wanted to make the top overhang more over the center but it was too heavy as it kept falling in. So I had to cut it off as you can see.

Nice updated version, ACPin! I think the top of the cavern is fantastically textured!

:sweet:

Great Works, i love this episode of clone wars..have a question..

How did you made ​​the torsos of talz warriors, have sawn the crest? How did you manage to remove the crest of Thi-Sen?

Congratulations..

Very sharp pair of pliers and props to you for being the first to spot those!

AC

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Wow great looking ice cliff build, where you get those white bricks with the blue printing, really fits in well

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