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  1. Hello everyone at Eurobricks! I just recently got back into LEGO thanks to the Marvel Superheros sets (although I have been fiddling with LDD since a few years ago) and after deciding to collect Iron Man minifigs I realized I would need something to display them in. There are a few excellent minifig display MOCs that can be found on the web, but I wanted something a) I had made myself and b) would look indicative of the Iron Man setting while sitting on my desk. So, without further ado, here is my "small" Hall of Armor display / vignette, made in LDD and rendered in POVRay. I realize a Hall of Armor MOC is essentially an "everyone has done it" MOC, but I'm proud of how it turned it. This is the first MOC I have ever designed, so I'm taking a while convincing myself that it is finished before I decide to buy the pieces. The Hall of Armor "pods" are designed to hold any currently produced Iron Man figure, including War Machine and Iron Patriot with their turrets attached. Additionally, the upcoming Silver Centurion figure will be able to fit as well. Here's approximately what it would look like with the suits inside. I didn't pay a lot of attention to the minute details such as which suit has red or gold hands, for example, because I can't recreate them perfectly in LDD anyways. You can see these photos in 1080p in my Flickr album. Let me know what you think! Criticism is very welcome, as I am determined not to order the pieces to make this set until I am confident that it is display-worthy.