Bingo Little

An Easter MoC

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(Hopefully this fits in the historic forum, as, regardless of your religious views, it takes place in a historical setting)

This year I decided to challenge myself to make an Easter Garden out of Lego. As I built it, it became a series of Easter tableaus, showing different parts of the story (with slight adjustments made for each day):

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The last supper.

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Herod.

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Pilate.

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Judas betraying Jesus.

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The Crucifixion

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The... Saturday in which nothing much happens, I suppose.

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The Resurrection

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Wideshot.

Full album, if anyone wants to see more.

Thanks for looking :sweet:

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FANTASTIC this MOC is brilliant.(I love the sleeping guard in the Resurrection picture). :thumbup:

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FANTASTIC this MOC is brilliant.(I love the sleeping guard in the Resurrection picture). :thumbup:

It took me long enough to get my hands on a roman, I almost gave up any hope of ever finding a sleeping kid - luckily I got them both at the same time.

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FANTASTIC this MOC is brilliant.(I love the sleeping guard in the Resurrection picture). :thumbup:

That's my favorite picture too. That last picture is quite a surprise. The size of the MOC is impressive, as is the whole build. You depicted the story very well here. :thumbup:

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That's my favorite picture too. That last picture is quite a surprise. The size of the MOC is impressive, as is the whole build. You depicted the story very well here. :thumbup:

The scenes such as the last supper, etc, are all built into the other sides of the MoC. Thanks!

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am I right that the last supper images etc are taken on the "reverse" side of the hill and that the entire MOC for the Easter story is thus 5 sides (4 faces and the top) of the baseplate ? - awesome concept ! well done.

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am I right that the last supper images etc are taken on the "reverse" side of the hill and that the entire MOC for the Easter story is thus 5 sides (4 faces and the top) of the baseplate ? - awesome concept ! well done.

You are indeed correct - it's more interesting than blank white wall faces!

Here are some pictures to show the concept better:

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Love the flamming angel wings! :thumbup:

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Wow! That's all put together.

Interesting way of depicting the last supper -> Christ's death -> Resurrection

It's really creative and well done.

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This is really great. The whole thing is cool but I especially like that you used a fisherman at the last supper. And the angel is fantastic! (So cool you didn't use a stereotypical white feathery one)

What a neat idea. Building something like that would be a great way to share the Easter story with kids.

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This is really great. The whole thing is cool but I especially like that you used a fisherman at the last supper. And the angel is fantastic! (So cool you didn't use a stereotypical white feathery one)

What a neat idea. Building something like that would be a great way to share the Easter story with kids.

Yes, the fisherman holding the meat looks like Peter, to me - although being strictly accurate, that torso uses buttons 1600 years too early!

As for the angel, I don't have the pieces to do it feathery, so I decided to look at some different depictions of angels... glad I did.

I'd love to share it with kids, but as I'm 18, I think that's probably a few years down the line rather than right now... :tongue:

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Yes, the fisherman holding the meat looks like Peter, to me - although being strictly accurate, that torso uses buttons 1600 years too early!

As for the angel, I don't have the pieces to do it feathery, so I decided to look at some different depictions of angels... glad I did.

I'd love to share it with kids, but as I'm 18, I think that's probably a few years down the line rather than right now... :tongue:

Well, my husband taught sunday School in college :tongue: this would be great for a class. The jr hi class I teach would think this is awesome. Actually this is a great idea. Thanks for the inspiration, as my moc skills improve I might try something like this w/ jr highers.

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Great MOC!

I love how you combined all the scenes in one moc, also figures are good :thumbup:

here's something I did some time ago that suits what you have built.

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(if it should be posted somewhere else pm me)

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Bingo Little,

Thank you so much for sharing your great MOC with us; it is very inspirational and tells the Easter story so succinctly. Well done. :thumbup:

My favourite photo is the one of Pilate washing his hands; very powerful.

Keep up the good work.

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Very nice! Also great minifig you given Jesus!

Only by the resurrection I am not really sure about the minifig with the flames, but then again, it's a really great minifig! I love the flames looking like wings :thumbup:

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