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My entry for Round 3 of the Middle Earth LEGO Olympics over on MOCpages. My category this time was Amon Hen. My opponent’s homepage. I really enjoyed this build, and it was fun to do a decent sized landscape again. I was a little apprehensive about having to build so many trees, but they ended up going quite quickly. In total the build took 8 days to complete. A huge thank-you to Graham and Michael for all their support and critiques along the way, I know it wouldn’t have turned out as well without them! Lots more pictures on Brickbuilt. Thanks for looking, C&C welcome
Hi Everyone Just showing off one of my newly finished MOCs, part of an ongoing personal project to complete my own lord of the rings collection. Originally a LDD project, now brought to life this is a £50ish value unofficial set 'Attack at Amon Hen' The set includes the five minifigures, Aragorn, Boromir, Frodo, Lurtz, and one Uruk-hai The first feature of the set is activated when you slide the knob on the back of the structure.. Frodo puts on the ring and the eye of Sauron is revealed! The eye of Sauron is a custom painted dish, and is mounted on a very small miniature of the top of the dark tower. On the other side the wall opens to reveal a hiding space where Frodo can escape Boromir, it is just big enough to fit a hobbit snugly inside. The 'chair' on the top was difficult to construct, in the end 3x3 plates and ratcheting hinges enabled me to build something the right size and close to the movie. The first of the two sphinxes out the front of the main structure launches two flick-fire missies when it is pushed forwards. The second sphinx opens up to reveal Lurtz's sward, which he uses in his fight against Aragorn after ditching his bow. Thanks for viewing!
I'm glad to present you my entry for round 2 of Middle Earth Lego Olympics on Mocpages. The category was "Breaking of the fellowship" and the first scene I thought about was Boromir trying to take the ring at Amon Hen. Thanks for looking!