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  1. Si-MOCs

    Sci-Fi Month Winners!

    It's been a wonderful month of Sci-Fi month, and there was an astounding 226 contest entries (new EB record?). I want to thank each and everyone one of you for making the first Sci-Fi month such a phenomenally successful one. The quality of the builds was nothing short of stunning, and the true winners are the members of the LEGO community who got to see all these wonderful builds pop up everywhere.... First a little recap: 97 Micro Sci-Fi entries: 64 Forbidden Animal Planet Entries: Due to the unprecedented number entries, we've decided to go from 3 prizes in the two building contests, to SIX prizes EACH + THREE judge prizes! And the winners are..... Forbidden Animal Planet Contest 1st. 37. rEvolution - zane_houston Prize: 70705 Bug Obliterator (provided by TLG) +Trophy + 2nd.5. Duh-Nuh - madLEGOman. Prize: 70704 Vermin Vaporizer+Trophy + 3rd. 22. Pigs VS Cows - Ninja Nin. Prize: 70702 Warp Stinger +Trophy + 4th. 15. Chicken Moonbase - vecchiasignoraceppo. Prize: 4x Alien Buggoid, Olive Green + 5th. 17. Attack of the Fish - cmaddison. Prize: 4x Alien Buggoid, Dark Red + 6th. 40. Dinosaur extinction? - Cecilie Prize: 2x Sci-Fi CMF's + And rounding out the top ten: 7th. 16. Froghead - Yatkuu 8th. 36. The Source of All Ants - Ryclen[/color] 9th. 24. BannanaTank - alex54 10th.52. Ivory Poaching - Ecclesiastes Micro Sci-Fi Contest 1st: 8. Iron Giant - cmaddison. Prize: 70701 Swarm Interceptor + Trophy + 2nd. 65. Planet Express - Oky. Prize: 70700 Space Swarmer +Trophy + 3rd. 5. Freighter over Ice Planet Biodome - Lt. de Martinet. Prize: 2x Sci-Fi CMF + Trophy + 4th .28. Ice Planet - Crystal Station - Siercon and Coral. Prize: 4x Bright Green Robot Sidekick with Armor + 5th. 6. Ice Planet Colony - Dark_Alamez. Prize: 4x Dark Azure Robot Sidekick + 6th.13. Invasion! - 4estFeller. Prize: 2x Sci-Fi CMF + And rounding top ten. 7th. 15. Landing on Xurus - K.Kreations 8th. Dark Shadows Over The Colony - Mr.Brickman T9th. 23. Micro USS Enterprise NCC-1701 Bridge - toutouille T9th. 72.The City of Tomorrow - touthomme Sub Committee Incharge (of) Finding Individuals Hopelessly Overlooked (SCIFI HO) judge awards: Micro Sci-Fi: Best Science: 7. Saturn V launch - Legonardo Prize: 1x of each of 4 GS figs + Best Fiction: 32. Survivors - Teazza. Prize: 2x Sci-Fi CMF + Forbidden Animal Planet: Best use of Big Animal: 52. Ivory Poaching - Ecclesiastes Prize: 1x of each of 4 GS figs + 1st. 4. Kristel. Prize: 1x Sci-Fi CMF + 2nd. 22. Oky - Prize: 1x Sci-Fi CMF + Vote Raffle winners: Using random number generating droids, the voting raffle goes to #35, 120, 43, in the Avatar, MSFC and FAPC voting threads.... each get 1x Sci-Fi CMF: Winners: LFCMessi, Shadows, gedren_y Congratulations to all winners! Winners: please PM me your: Real name Shipping Address For top 3 in FAPC and MSFC - rank your preference for which trophy you will like, and I'll try my best For Sci-Fi CMF (Collectable MiniFig) winners - rank your preferred choice(s) - either Evil Robot or Space Marine (I'll be even be nice and try to fulfill any CMF request you have )
  2. 4estFeller

    MSFC: Invasion!

    Invasion! Main Shot: I used two light-up bricks under the explosion for a "glow" effect. Check out the Light-up function video. Alternate View: The Ship:
  3. Si-MOCs

    Sci-Fi Month Winners!

    97 Micro Sci-Fi entries: 64 Forbidden Animal Planet Entries: Out of 161 entries: 17 prize winners and 3 raffle winners were chosen! Did you win?
  4. Oky

    MSFC: Planet Express

    Good news, everyone! I have finally completed my entry for the Micro Sci-Fi Contest! I couldn't pass up on participating in this great Sci-Fi month, and what's more sci-fi than Futurama! And so, I present to you my microscale recreation of the Planet Express building and ship! Planet Express by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Here you can see the Planet Express ship coming in for a landing, having returned from yet another whacky adventure! Meanwhile, Bender is having a conversation with Calculon in front of the building as a Slurm delivery truck drives by. Planet Express by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr I tried incorporating as many details as I could at this small scale, such as the vents in the back, all the pipes on the sides of the building, and the Angry Dome on top of the hangar (the place where the Professor goes when he is angry). Planet Express by Oky - Space Ranger, on Flickr Click here to see one of the reference images I used. You can see more views in my photostream. Comments and criticisms welcome. I hope you like it, and good luck in the contest everyone! Oh, and bite my shiny plastic @$$!
  5. Here is my entry for the Micro Sci-fi Contest. This is my representation of the central base of operations of the Mars Mission. It is complete with a hangar, science lab, watchtower, defensive center, living quarters and an Energy Crystal Silo. Not to mention a Pump-Vac Power Plant. (Sorry for blurry pics in advance) An Overview A view of the caves underneath being cleared for supports. Here is a view of the Science Labs, Defense Center, and Power Plant at the center, and the Energy Crystal Silo (angular tower) on the right. Unbeknownst to the Astros, a small alien hive has begun to take root beneath the mighty fortress. More pics of the building and pictures of the mini-vehicles (all of official sets, by the way) here on my Brickshelf (once open to public). C&C is always welcome!
  6. The_Creator

    MSFC: City of the future

    Many thought we would have used up all of our natural resources in a few hundred years, turns out we didn't. We kept improving our cities, exploring other planets discovering other life forums, trading with those life forums. Soon we had cities with occupants of many many species living and working together. We used minerals from the Moon and other planets to power those cities. These pictures show a shall portion of one of those cities on Earth. My first Micro MOC! Additional photos, MSFC: City of the future, a set on Flickr: Thanks for viewing, comments and criticism welcome. Also, how do I make it so the pictures can be clicked to open in Flickr?
  7. CheetahBrick

    MSFC: Under new management.

    "When I heard about the war, I thought we were gonna live big, making millions supplying to the government. Little did I stop to consider, we'd also be made a primary target" - Alex Wenér: owner of Wenér Energy inc. :2139 A.D. Well this is my rushed entry into the contest, I'm most likely not gonna win, but who knows, anything is possible. And, another one without mechs; For all other photos check this link:
  8. Masked Builder

    MSFC: Power Generator

    This was originally going to be a waterfall, but it evolved into a dam. Which then evolved into a futuristic power station. I'm really pleased with this. I did change the water when I saw some of Ironsniper's Chronicles work. I went and decided that having the buildings built into the side of the cliff would be more interesting than a flat area. The ship is basically a flying battery. As it is now, the MOC is not eligible as there's a bit of overhang. Sci, I assume the border around the MOC is okay? If it's not I have to fix the moc anyways. Flickr Set Facebook
  9. phuonom

    MSFC Containment Breach

    Containment Breach entry by Phuonom, on Flickr It was all over. With the combined powers of the Terran and Protoss forces, the Zerg were conquered...all except for one. Raynor insisted that they imprison the newly mutated alien queen in an attempt to save her from whose form she took. He was convinced she could be turned back. The Protoss reluctantly agreed and a high security containment chamber was created. Then...this happened. What happens next? Well, that's for another contest boys. After taking some more photos, I decided I still like this one the best, but you can see more on Flickr here.�
  10. Kai NRG

    MSFC: Spaceport on Earth

    Well, here's my first Sci-Fi MOC (plus the first one I've posted this year!); a road/runway with a few bars to indicate limited access, a building in the background, a tall control room and a smaller building something like a toll booth. Plus of course a plane/spaceship and a cargo truck in the background as well. Without the vehicles. I used a lot of Bricks, Modified 1 x 1 with Headlight; 16 at least I think, so that I could attach all the buildings and the two halfs of the vig as well! Feedback is appreciated, I had fun building this and thanks to Si-MOCs for getting me interested in Sci-Fi!
  11. Dufresne

    MSFC: The Cabin in the Woods

    My entry for the Micro Sci-Fi Contest is inspired by my favorite movie of 2012: The Cabin in the Woods. It's a 3-level vignette showing the cabin itself, the army of nightmare creatures held beneath it in a high-tech prison, and the post-carnage elevator lobby beneath that. "This we offer in humility and fear." Here's a link to the full set of photos on Flickr.
  12. Maxim I

    MSFC: Planet Neolivor

    As the resources on planet Earth were almost empty, mankind started colonising other planets. One of those planets full of very needed resources was the planet Neolivor, some weeks travelling from Earth. But as those planets have no Ozon-layer, engineers built big domes over the cities so the colonists could live just like on Earth. In the following 2 pictures, you will see a part of the Capital, a part of the dome and a part of the planet: As you can see, the colonists even could grow trees in their cities!! Also very typical for the colonist cities are the huge "skyscrapers". In the right of the previous picture, you can see a Futuristic Transport Van (FTV) entering the city through a portal, defended by a gigantic solar beam canon! The colonists inside the city can only transport theirself by foot or by the Neolivor Innercity Public Transport (NIPT). Goods and tradeware are transported by the FTV's In next picture you can see a FTV, a NIPT-coach, a battleship and a transport ship: I already built this in the first week of January but I intended to improve it a bit. I didn't really had the time anymore for doing that, so here it is. Also congratulations already to S-M for the big succes of the MSFC!!! There are a lot of really amazing entries C&C ofcoures welcome!
  13. Tereglith

    MSFC: Fire At AtmoTower 15

    It may be 2597, but the fastest way to change a planet's atmosphere to something more breathable is still using plants. That's not to say that plants can't get a little help though; for nearly two centuries the Federation has been using the venerable AtmoTower, a vertical farm filled with greenery genetically engineered to transform carbon dioxide into fresh, clean oxygen with the utmost efficiency. Carbon-saturated atmosphere flows in through the front of the tower, is cycled down and around, and wafts out the back as a breath of fresh air. Sadly, the tower was so ubiquitous and dependable that after a few generations engineers stopped bothering to check their parameters before plunking a few down on any new world that wasn't quite M-class. Such a mistake was made twenty years ago when setting up the new colony on Aranak VII, a barren world with a nasty oxygen deficit, little indigenous life, and, most importantly, slightly higher gravity than your average colony world. The machinery of the AtmoTowers strained against the slightly heavier air. Nobody noticed the operational shortfalls: the towers were all ensconced in a barren industrial park, surrounded by decaying fences and rusted-out machinery. They still worked dependably, but all the while a pocket of volatile pure oxygen too heavy to be lifted to the top vents was growing in the bowels of the tower machinery. All it took was a single spark to set off the conflagration. Fire vehicles from the nearby town were quickly dispatched, but could do little more than hold back the blaze. The next morning all the HyperPapers on the planet bore the headline: "Fire At AtmoTower 15!" MSFC above by Tereglith, on Flickr (Click on any pic to go to Flickr and see way more details) MSFC Front by Tereglith, on Flickr It was lucky that the nearby fire department had recently received a brand-new Elephant-Class Flying Truck able to combat the blaze from above. Its old fleet, merely a bog-standard Hovertruck retrofitted with a tank and an ancient FireTrike from the 2400s, would have been completely overwhelmed on their own. MSFC Light by Tereglith, on Flickr (That's right - this baby has a LIGHT BRICK!) I built this over about 36 hours in a fit of inspiration, after seeing the clear windshield of my Swarm Interceptor next to the smoky windshield of my new A-Wing. Sadly, my improptu photo studio works way worse in the winter than it does in the summer, so please excuse the obvious shadows. I'll try to take better pics before the contest deadline is up. This is one of those MOCs that works way better in person than in photos, where you can't really appreciate the three-dimensionality of it. I would recommend clicking on any of the photos to see the rest of the pics in my photostream, because there's a lot of details I put in that can't be seen here, especially on the backs of the AtmoTowers. Thanks for reading/looking! Any feedback is appreciated!
  14. Cloud - "What's that... ! ?" "A rusty old rocket... Wonder what the'd make something that huge for ?" I had a lot of fun with this build its my first micro so please give me feeback. The reason I picked Rocket town is because I enjoy the Final Fantasy franchise. Final Fantasy VII is my all time pick franchise wise, and Cid is my favorate character because he's in every game! The MOC is made up of 339 pieces. The MOC is made up of 3 main parts, the rocket platform (8x8) and the two lanscape platfoms(6x8). It's a fun table top MOC due to the 360° rotating houses and free frences, So make the landscpe your own. On the rocket platfom the rocket tilts, the support beams rotate 240°, and the arms bend and move. Now off to some fun with Cid's Tiny Bronco! Fly around the rocket and landscape all day.
  15. Wedge09

    MSFC: A frozen world

    Hi everyone, this is my entry for the Micro Sci-Fi Contest; On a frozen world , a civilization takes hold; in the middle of the ice expands and strengthens herself. My gallery on Brickshelf for more pictures (When moderated ) C&C are always welcome and hope you like it Wedge09
  16. Lego Chris

    MSFC Gallifrey

    Here is my entry Gallifrey Microscale Gallifrey 1/3 by Brick Savage, on Flickr MIcroscale Gallifrey 2/3 by Brick Savage, on Flickr Microscale Gallifrey 3/3 by Brick Savage, on Flickr I've added the TARDIS, the red grasses, the silver leaves, the Mountains of Solice and Solitude and the Citadel of the Time Lords. I had originally thought of doing something, Wizard of Oz/ Emerald city thing but decided Doctor Who would work better. I hope you enjoy and good luck to all the contestants.
  17. Joff_Draeven

    MSFC: The TARDIS materialises...

    I'm new to building MOCs and this is my first ever mini MOC; to go along with the MSFC here. I chose one of my favourite sci-fi shows, Doctor Who - the story unfolds as follows: The TARDIS materialises over the rocky cliffs of Ganymede, where the human workers of Mining Outpost 617 are hard at work. A heavy driller trundles off over the surface of Jupiter's moon, hoping to find a rich source of ore. But what has bought the Doctor to this cold, desolate place? What waits for him under the surface of the moon? Only time will tell. Lucky for him, time is something the Doctor is only too familiar with... TARDIS materialising over Ganymede Mining Outpost 617 - with background and flashing blue light by mjfirefly, on Flickr Close up of TARDIS materialising over Ganymede cliffs by mjfirefly, on Flickr Close up side view of Driller by mjfirefly, on Flickr More images here:
  18. MSFC Encounter with Mongoose & Caplets MagLev style monorails run across the mega-metropolis clouded in thick gaseous atmospheric conditions. The capital centre's heavily congested skyline is dominated by two towers, representing the rival corporate empires Mongoose and Caplets. A flying saucer drops in to perform an abduction for good measure! More pics are available in the Flickr set. Fits on a 16x16 plate, absolutely no overhang - but man was it hard work to get the rails to fit!
  19. TenorPenny

    MSFC: Smugglers..!

    smugg by skapunkplaything, on Flickr 100_1239 by skapunkplaything, on Flickr A little Blacktron inspired fun. A barren moon, a small, secret base - and, of course, a deadly looking gunship..! Good luck to all entrants. EDIT: New background, cleaner image.
  20. ridgekitten

    MSFC: Homestead

    This is my first Micro-Space MOC, and I think it turned out better than I expected. What do you guys think? Space Homesteading by Squid Kid Will, on Flickr Space Homesteading 2 by Squid Kid Will, on Flickr Planetary Hopper by Squid Kid Will, on Flickr