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#51 Superkalle

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Posted 24 July 2010 - 07:56 PM

View Postzeeronemo, on 24 July 2010 - 06:21 PM, said:

@ superkalle (I can't PM yet, I think.):

Just back from holidays I noticed that my entry wasn't showing up in this voting topic.
I posted two entries in the same post:
Oh no, I didn't notice that until now. I'm truly sorry about this :blush:  Don't know what to do. I Don't think there is much point in adding it now to the voting topic, since voting is allready running. Let me know if you are not OK with this :blush:

But I think you're LDD+RealBrick entry was the best anyway, so let's hope it does well :classic:

Once again, very sorry about this.
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#52 Anders Nolberger

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Posted 24 July 2010 - 10:28 PM

146 Circus Arena by Bojan Pavsic - 2 points

110 Pirate Island Port by mrblue - 1 point

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 05:06 AM

2 Points
Designer: Bojan Pavsic
EntryID: 146 Name: Circus Arena
Very nice use of angles and space(difficult in LDD). And the colors are nicely proportioned around the red.

1 Point
Designer: Carbohydrates
EntryID: 105 Name: Wild West doctor's office
The color struck me first but I like the execution of concept in the compact design (I voted for this because i would buy this if it were production)

WOW! So many other great entries, there are certainly a lot of very Talented designers!

#54 Belchher

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 05:12 AM

2 points to Jan for a new take on the whole modular concept
1 point to Bojan Pavsic for his Circus

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 04:54 PM

3 points to:

Designer: Bojan Pavsic
EntryID: 146 Name: Circus Arena

Great round creation in LDD! Nice colours and great action going on!

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#56 anna

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Posted 25 July 2010 - 05:08 PM

Theme: Other
Designer: Bojan Pavsic
EntryID: 146 Name: Circus Arena 2points

Theme: Sci-Fi
Designer: Bricknave
EntryID: 117 Name: Temple of Omega 1 point

#57 zeeronemo

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Posted 26 July 2010 - 12:12 AM

View PostSuperkalle, on 24 July 2010 - 07:56 PM, said:

Oh no, I didn't notice that until now. I'm truly sorry about this :blush:  Don't know what to do. I Don't think there is much point in adding it now to the voting topic, since voting is allready running. Let me know if you are not OK with this :blush:

Unless the voting is almost over I'd still like you to add it to the voting topic.
I don't care that much about winning (for me contests are a good way to finally finish something), but I like some attention given to my mocs and I'm curious about feed-back. Which builder over here doesn't?  :wink:  
And people could still edit their post about giving points if they want to. That's fair enough for me. So that's another point in adding it.

(Glad you like my other entry.)

#58 Superkalle

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Posted 26 July 2010 - 10:06 AM

View Postzeeronemo, on 26 July 2010 - 12:12 AM, said:

Unless the voting is almost over I'd still like you to add it to the voting topic.
I don't care that much about winning (for me contests are a good way to finally finish something), but I like some attention given to my mocs and I'm curious about feed-back. Which builder over here doesn't?  :wink:  
And people could still edit their post about giving points if they want to. That's fair enough for me. So that's another point in adding it.

(Glad you like my other entry.)

Hi, I have added it. Once again, sorry for the mistake.

As compensation, I hereby as contest organizer award you three points because of my mistake.
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#59 Alasdair Ryan

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Posted 27 July 2010 - 01:02 PM

Theme: Town
Designer: Jan
EntryID: 131 Name: Apartment Building           2 points

Theme: Town
Designer: Johnnhiszippy3
EntryID: 125 Name: Brick Row Houses             1 point
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#60 Catanas

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Posted 27 July 2010 - 02:29 PM

Some excellent entries, and all are very creative!
My points go to

Bojan Pavsic - Circus Arena (ID: 146) - 2 Points

This caught my eye as soon as it was posted, a delightful, colourful piece of work.

Sunnyx - Battlecruiser from Starcraft II (ID: 149) - 1 Point

I've always had a soft spot for Starcraft and this is an excellent creation.

#61 Commander Red Hat

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Posted 01 August 2010 - 12:24 PM

3 points for Captain Blockbeard, simply looks like the coolest design to me.

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 04:04 PM

2 points for
Designer: Bossk
Name: UCS Scaled Anakin's Starfighter

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1 point for
Designer: L-DI-EGO
Name: INCOM T-65 X-WING STARFIGHTER
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Posted 02 August 2010 - 08:28 PM

1 point - Solidbrick: Farm House
Excellent, truly excellent, building techniques. And a great aesthetic overall too.

2 points - Saracen: Irish Troubles
I love how daring you were to attempt a) this period and b) a realistic MOC you wouldn't expect to see in LDD. The layout of vehicles and people is great too; good job on making the people with a relatively limited parts palette (in comparison to decals, custom parts etc)

As with the other category, I was blown away by the high level of competition, which, truth be told, I hadn't expected. I'm sure others would agree that LDD probably needs a shift in the AFOL mindset to its capabilities!

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Posted 03 August 2010 - 08:33 PM

One point each to

Designer: Captain Blockbeard
EntryID: 108
Name: Golden Gander SteamPunk Airship

This was the first one that intrigued me enough to download the file. Believe you me, this one will help inspire me as I venture into SteamPunk builds - good job, Capt. Blockbeard!

Designer: Bossk
EntryID: 102
Name: UCS Scaled Anakin's Starfighter

The scale of this build is pretty intense, and the shaping is spot-on. I have to admit, I didn't give this one a fair shake at first, but after downloading and inspecting the file this one won me over, especially how the S-foils fold down and fit perfectly into the wings. My only gripe (and the only reason this one didn't get all three of my points, I have to add) is that it feels unfinished - it needs a cockpit canopy. I understand that there are no proper solid LEGO canopy pieces that would fit this scale, but even an open-air canopy made of bars like on the UCS MF would have made this a much more finished piece.

Designer: Odyssey
EntryID: 120
Name: H.M.S. Endeavour

The interior details on this one are what set it apart from other builds. After downloading and taking the side off, seeing how the different compartments all are designed to suit different roles is very cool. It also looks like what real spaceships will look like in the future.



Honorable Mention goes to

Designer: greenskull139
EntryID: 121
Name: Troop Transport

This one was only slightly edged out by the others. I don't really know why, I think it was due to the fact that I pictured the front engines setting the back engines on fire when it went into full-on forward thrust mode.

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 10:38 AM

It's a hard decision, but i've made my mind up.
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1 point for ADHO15
101 Hogwarts boathouse.
I like it because of the awsome details and size.
I also liked how he made the figs with LDD parts.



1 point for L-DI-EGO
103 INCOM T-65 X-WING FIGHTER.
Now this is awsome. :wub: Awsome techniques and details
and I also like the cockpit.



1 point for private_lego
138  Belgian NMBS.
Look at the details on this!
I mean, it really should be a real set!
Clever how he did the front :wub:

Ok there's my votes. It was a really tough decision though.
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Posted 07 August 2010 - 03:04 PM

My vote is:

3 Points:  Captain Becker's HMS Princess Mary
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Posted 07 August 2010 - 04:03 PM

My 3 points all go to Saracen for his amazing Irsish Troubles MOC.
I loved all of the vehicles and buildings and the details you put into them.

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 04:41 PM

Golden Gander SteamPunk Airship by Captain Blockbeard 3 points
such great steampunk, I love the the balloon design

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Posted 07 August 2010 - 07:39 PM

One point each for:

Designer: SolidBrick
EntryID: 104 Name: Farm House

Designer: SalvoBrick
EntryID: 133 Name: Esso Service Station

Designer: Bojan Pavsic
EntryID: 146 Name: Circus Arena


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Posted 08 August 2010 - 03:24 PM

1 point (I would like to give more but i have to share my points with 2 others)for

Theme: Historic Themes Designer: SolidBrick EntryID: 104 Name: Farm House

1 point for
Theme: Town Designer: Jan EntryID: 131 Name: Apartment Building

1 point for

Theme: Other Designer: Bojan Pavsic EntryID: 146 Name: Circus Arena

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Posted 08 August 2010 - 11:54 PM

Two points to Bojan Pavsiv - 146 - Circus Arena
One point to CorneliusMurdock - 124 - Diner


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Posted 09 August 2010 - 07:23 PM

3 points to Designer: mrblue
EntryID: 110 Name: Pirate Island Port

It looks like something I would want to buy as a set.

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#73 Bojan Pavsic

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Posted 11 August 2010 - 11:45 AM

Here are my points (why only 3... i needed like 20 at least :cry_sad: ):

Designer: Saracen
EntryID: 144 Name: Irish Troubles
All i can say is: WOW, i mean all the details, it's like the MOC is alive!

Designer: Odyssey
EntryID: 120 Name: H.M.S. Endeavour
A bit overlooked MOC, i think you should have included pictures from the insides or photoshop them into your main pic corners. People, download the MOC, use the premade groups to hide the walls and you'll see the whole ship has insides made too.

Designer: sunnyx
EntryID: 149 Name: BattleCruiser from StarCraft II
As a Blizzard fan, i couldn't pass this creation. Very nice detailing.

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And to mention some others MOCs that i really liked (i know thats like 70% of all that made it into the finals, but hey, they're all good):

Bossk - UCS Scaled Anakin's Starfighter -> awesome work, i like the color combo.
L-DI-EGO - INCOM T-65 X-WING STARFIGHTER -> another awesome MOC.
SolidBrick - Farm House -> I love the roof and the "wood" wall details.
Carbohydrates - Wild West doctor's office -> Already have an image of John Wayne in my head.
lisqr - Dante's guns Ebony and Ivory -> Great job, but i had to ask google from where they actually were.
Captain Blockbeard - Golden Gander SteamPunk Airship -> The way you joined everything to get the "zeppelin" look, amazing.
mrblue - Pirate Island Port -> Great pirate theme, very nice.
The Lanterne Rouge - HAGA DEFENDER -> another WOW, jaw-dropping moc, all the curves on the MOC, just awesome.
LegoLindberg - The Space Widow -> another overlooked MOC, very nice details
zeeronemo - Star (Justice) Base Dock -> great and massive creation, too bad you can't really send it into space.. on the other hand, minifigs don't need air either.
187-J4CK4L - Modern Main Street -> very nice detailing, awesome inside decoration /bow.
SalvoBrick - Esso Service Station -> oldstyle, maybe a bit too duo color (white/red), but it's very nice.
and last but not least
Set Sprinter - White Star Bridge -> nice design, could be "lego architecture" theme.
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Posted 11 August 2010 - 03:38 PM

3 Points to Sunnyx for his Battlecruiser, ID 149. LONG LIVE STARCRAFT2!!! That thing is EPIC!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

Edited by CarrollFilms, 11 August 2010 - 03:39 PM.


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Posted 11 August 2010 - 04:11 PM

1 point each to:

Designer: Jan
EntryID: 131
Name: Apartment Building

Designer: SolidBrick
EntryID: 105
Name: Farm House

Designer: Captain Blockbeard
EntryID: 108
Name: Golden Gander SteamPunk Airship

Like everyone else, this was really difficult and hard to choose only three.  I have a bias towards castle and city themes, though, and I think the SteamPunk models are are just incredibly creative.  The ships were fantastic.

The apartment building seems very Howard Roarke-ish; simple and practical and for a city scene there simply needs to be a place for people to live... not everybody can have a nice house or even townhouse, so I really like the idea.

I like how SolidBrick did the roof on the farm house, and I like the airship "balloons."




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