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  1. This is my Echo base Moc done without any part of the official lego sets of the echo base. I tried to capture the essence of the scene with the small details that can be seen in the movie. I hope you like it :) Figures i have used: -sw460 Carlist rieekan -sw726 Toryn farr -sw728 Major derlin -sw734 hoth rebel trooper -sw725 K-3PO -sw113 Princess leia -sw708 Hoth rebel trooper The closet in detail I don't know what machine is this, can't do it better whit lego pieces XD Toryn farr shooting up the ion canon. The cables and the snow in the floor: Featuring my Hamster Lando as a Wampa attacking the base
  2. Hey guys, so I really enjoyed making my first micro landscape MOC (Jakku) so I decided to make a really iconic scene from the original trilogy and decided to make a Battle of Hoth MOC on a 16x16 plate. I tried to get all the iconic parts from the film into the MOC. Inspiration from a few various sources and a few twists of my own! The one thing I am aware of is that the snow speeder is completely out of proportion with the scene however I tried to make smaller models and they just didnt look right. Therefore I have tried to give the illusion that the speeder is flying high up above the battle. Im really pleased with how this MOC has turned out and would be great to hear any feedback or advice you guys might have. ps if anyone wants instructions for any of the elements I am more than happy to send across what I have.
  3. Hey everyone, so while I am waiting for a big order from Bricklink to start my next large scale MOC I thought I would kill the time by building a little micro landscape of Jakku, specifically Niima Outpost. Its a very simple little MOC, only 16x16 and its actually based on the loading screens from Lego: The Force Awakens on the PS4 (for those of you who have played it you might recognise it?) I really enjoyed making this little model and I am quite tempted to do similar scenes for all the famous locations of the entire sage (any suggestions welcome!) Anyway as always be great to know your thoughts!
  4. gavralcraw

    Rock'em Sock'em Moc'em

    Using those pesky soccer stands I tried to make a little thumb wrestler style Boxing MOC. I always bet on the red guy and I win. This was a work Kris Kringle with a $10 budget for a guy who does boxercise religiously. Budget constraints stopped me from going blue vs red... Mini MOC Rock Em Sock Em Moc Em by Gav*, on Flickr I'm also testing that new tutorial ... works a treat! Mini Moc Boxer by Gav*, on Flickr