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Legopard

[MOC] Legonardo da Vinci

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Hey!

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For the MocOlympics i build Legonardos workshop.

Enjoy all the details and buildingtechniques on MOCpages.

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With this entry i reached Round 3.

Feel free to post your feedback!

Jonas

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Great MOC! lots of things that capture the eye, especially that window, great use of FP.

~Legonardo

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Why have I never see that before?! Really this is brilliant. Thanx for the link, because I think your chair really needs a clap, well done. Let us know if you progress in the contest.

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I love it! :wink: This room looks so classic and all the furnishings look excellent.

Edited by Ferrik

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AWESOME period MOC 'Legopard', wonderful detailing and neat building tricks in it as well.......Brick On 'Legopard' ! :classic:

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Wonderful. I like the chair and the shelf. Everything is perfectly done.

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Love it. It just spells out 'eccentric inventor', I'm seriously impressed by all the mini model details, especially the chair. :grin_wub:

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Beautiful scene! The workshop is superb and the curved walls look great :thumbup:

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So many details on a small build, very good work

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This is extremely stunning! :wub_drool: Maybe even more because it reminds me of Da Vinci's workshop from Assassins Creed! Was that maybe an inspiration?

There are a lot of excellent things to mention, but I definitely like the the use of the rods the most! :thumbup:

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Brilliant build! I especially like the "wings" hanging from the ceiling. :thumbup:

Edited by Mikel Kalores

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The photography really makes this MOC stand out. What f-stop were you shooting at (1.8-2.8) because you've done an incredible job making the background blend in. The build itself is also fantastic, but it's the photo that really keeps me interested here. Nice job.

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Fantastic work, full of detail :thumbup: :thumbup:

I love this Legonardos workshop. :wub: :wub:

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Woah. Where can I even start to begin describing how amazing this MOC is? First of all, the overall design : top-notch. :thumbup: I love the window and the bookshelf. The wings hanging from the ceiling are fantastic. And it's all the little details that just make it! :sweet: The spilled paint, the telescope, the easel...Beautiful, beautiful, work. :wub:

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Very different (And well done) idea, hats off to you sir.

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brilliant work as always!

love the concept and details, especially the telescope mirco build

and the fact that i cant find more than 10 studs showing up in the whole thing!

hats off to you

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Great MOC! My favourite is the tall rounded black window design!

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Brilliant. One word to describe it.

The spilled paint is very clever though. The little details really add up to something grand in a smaller scale. Keep up the good work!

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Thanks for the kind words and all these comments!

Yes, i orient myself on AC2.

Thanks "blueandwith" for the compliment, but i'm unknowing about Photographic.

At flickr you can see more informations about the calibration.

Jonas

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That is beautiful! You really do deserve to go on. You've combined so many different excellent techniques together, I can't think of anything you could do to make it better. :thumbup:

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