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Jabba's favourite decoration (a scene from RotJ)

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Hello everybody!

We probably all remember Jabba's quote in Return of the Jedi: "I will not give up my favorite decoration. I like Captain Solo where he is." The following images show this scene from the movie where Leia - masked as bounty hunter Boushh - frees Han from his carbonite prison. I had much fun using that old-styled minifigure torso. It was perfect for Han in the carbonite block. :classic:

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That's my scene for today. :classic:

Enjoy the week-end and see you soon!

~ Christopher

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Hans face in the second to last pic is spot on!

That last pic of leia is such brilliant imagination =D The whole thing just screams Star Wars, and to achieve that with no themed pieces is brilliant!

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Another great work. My minor gripe would be that Carbonite would be better in dark grey, wouldn't it? Of course, if you only had that torso in black, I get it. I think you captured Boushh perfectly.

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An awesome scene and you’ve pulled it off nicely! The bounty hunter helmet is really cool! Great work again Legostein! :wub:

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Very creative on this whole series. The Han in Carbonite looks better than Legos IMO since I like that classic feel, and Boussh looks great too.

Great job :thumbup:

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Hello, and thank you for all your constructive comments! :classic: It's great to see there are so many people who appreciate the challenge of this series. :sweet:

Thank you, and see you around!

Christopher

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Awsome job creating this sceen. Anther great moc without licence elements. I would agree that Han in carbonite would look better but as always usually restricted by parts. You just keep out doing your self Legosteine.

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Thanks for the comments everyone! :classic:

I'm not sure what will be next, but I will continue with the series.

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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It's very cool and unique to see what people use as replacements for the Official licensed Minifigures. Great job and I hope you make more like this.

Edited by Super General Koopa

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I thought your MOC is really great! Capturing the scene nicely!

However, if i remember correctly, Han's carbonite (is that the right term for that coffin-like thing?) was upright when he was rescued. Nonetheless your use of non-Star Wars parts for a Star Wars scene is just :thumbup: !

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I love the way you make these scenes. While I think actual Star Wars pieces look better (Duh!), the whole challenge and enjoyment of these scenes is that you do them without officially licensed parts.

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