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Indy's Fight Vignette + Christmas Scene


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#1 ForceMaster

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Posted 18 February 2009 - 07:12 PM

This is my first shared in Internet MOC. I've beenn planning a small vingette based on Idy theme. The X-mas was coming, so I decided to put some holiday atmosphere in. And I finished this!)

First Plan :

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It is possible to see vegetation, a relief, and also two heroes :

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Temple of Doom's Indy :

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Original from film :

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Thugge. I can't buy one torso... Only custom threads.  :look:

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No mini-figures :

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What's this? Secret door?

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Surprice! Slave-boy celebrated X-mas!)  :sweet:

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Look at the tree :

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Without figure :

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General plan :

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All mini-figures :

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All photos in my BrickShelf gallery)

I accept constructive criticism. For future. Because I have already disassembled it...  :cry_sad:
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#2 Zorro

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Posted 18 February 2009 - 07:17 PM

Looks great especcialy the tullband or whatever its callled in English.
I love the tower and guy beneath. Hehe...just looks like its Christmas.
A big  :thumbup: from me.

#3 ForceMaster

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Posted 22 February 2009 - 12:38 PM

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Thanks! If it is X-mas, it would be necessary to put snows there. But this slave very happy, and he celebrates and deliverance, and Christmas at the same time.  :laugh:

Anybody else?)  :wink:
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#4 Skipper 24

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Posted 22 February 2009 - 06:47 PM

The red thread you used looks great against the black, I was trying to figure out why you built is so tall until I saw the surprise! Great work :thumbup: , I look forward to see some more MOC's from you in the future.
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#5 Bricks

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Posted 22 February 2009 - 07:34 PM

You have done a well job :thumbup:

A nice movie scene and the best is the little joke with the slave boy!
Your custom Indy is amazing, nice idea with the nazi soldier torso.
So all in all is your first moc one of funniest Indiana Jones vignettes I've ever seen.

Greetings 'Bricks'

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#6 ForceMaster

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Posted 28 February 2009 - 10:38 AM

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My thread looks gret? Really? I think it's ugly custom.... Thanks!)  :blush:
Of course, I get ready bulit more MOC's and MOD's. Waiting.  :wink:

Bricks
Really? Thanks, comrade (I hope)! :sweet:
But no, it's not nazies torso. Satipo's torso in 7623 :

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And this is nazie torso :

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I found this torso idea in pretty SirNadroj vig


Thanks for the comments, fellows! Anybody else?)  :classic:

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#7 CommanderCody77

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Posted 08 March 2009 - 02:15 PM

Looks great :thumbup: But the red thread on the head looks quite out of place, I suggest you take it out
I am also a big fan of Liverpool FC, Chelsea, QPR (Queens Park Rangers) , and West Bromwich Albion

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