Posted 10 April 2009 - 04:26 PM
Guss - 2
oo7 - 2
Majek - 1
In both I Scream Clone's and Guss' entry colors were used superbly to create a lively cabin. oo7 had nice details inside, and Majek had plain but good looking interior.
Posted 11 April 2009 - 12:55 AM
I Scream Clone - 3
Patriot720 - 1
What a great contest, with many lovely entries!
Guss's entry gets 3 of my points.
His entry had many lovely details such as the chains keeping the cannons in place, the wonderful bed with colors matching the rest of the entry and the desk.
His piano was another brilliant touch; it's one of the best LEGO pianos that I've seen. What really made his entry stand out to me though was the overall color scheme. The fantastic light blue, brown and tan SNOT floor matched perfectly with the little stripe in the walls, and also with the colors of the bluecoats' uniforms. It made the entry fun to look at.
I Scream Clone's entry gets another 3 of my points.
Certainly one of the most creative entries, it was also full of fun things to look at, and great building techniques. ISC's entry captured the shipwrecked look superbly with the jagged planks, and all of the sea creatures lurking inside like the sea snail and those vicious looking fanged thingies.
Like Guss's piano, ISC's organ was outstanding. I have never actually seen a LEGO organ, and seeing this one has set the standards very high.
Lastly, using Kit Fisto's head for Davy Jones was very smart, and is definitely as accurate as you can get while using official parts. A top-notch entry!
Patriot720's entry gets my final point.
One thing I loved about his entry was the clean, smooth look it had. The 3 different levels made the entry interesting to look at, and it had some nice minifig posing as well.
His SNOT floor was lovely and the little details like the well-built fireplace, the crossed swords and the model ships were great as well.
oo7's entry had some outstanding furniture. I especially loved the wine rack.
Gettobread's entry was a very creative idea, which was well made. The spilled soup and falling plates were beautiful.
Dr. Steve's entry made me laugh. Enough said.
74louloute had the coolest feature with the rotating figure and the pirate going in and out of the barrel.
Finally, many thanks to Eurobricks and Classic-Pirates for the outstanding contest. It was a fantastic event.
Posted 11 April 2009 - 02:33 AM
I Scream Clone - 2 points
Guss - 2 points
Erdbeereis - 3
I would also to say to everyone who entered the contest that you all deserve a round of applause and a pat on the back! Great Job!
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Posted 13 April 2009 - 02:40 AM
Beautiful details all around, looked the most like a "captains cabin" to me.
Posted 18 April 2009 - 01:14 PM
2 ISC (You already got my praise on flickr) ;)
1 Infomaniac (Packed with nice details!)
1 Majek (practical, minimalist, really nice)
The turnout has been awesome, thanks everyone.
Posted 18 April 2009 - 08:06 PM
Blackmoor - 1
74louloute - 1 - Nice to see some "real" action
Neokross - 1 - Love the walls
LegoJoe - 1
Infomaniac - 1
CVSPIS_CELIDVS - 1 - No idea what's going on, but I like it!
ISC, Guss, I would have gone with you to the end, but there's enough others with you
oo7, what let you down in my eyes was the single photo - it looks less like a MOC, more like a "compilation" of various items.
If we'd had a simple poll, the 2nd and 3rd places would be more skewed.
Voting is closed! Look for the winners soon!
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