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CCCX - Wake up and smell the roses

Postby andhe » Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:10 pm

This is my entry for the Medieval Life category.

When I think of 'Medieval Life' I mainly think of people living in their own filth and throwing their waste into the streets. Like this poor old soul is about to discover... I guess this could have also been his 'Ill advised journey'... But will it be his 'Daring escape?'... :D

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Re: CCCX - Wake up and smell the roses

Postby Justin M » Tue Nov 27, 2012 4:19 pm

Outstanding job! Some clever techniques used.
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Re: CCCX - Wake up and smell the roses

Postby pyro guy » Fri Nov 30, 2012 5:48 am

Justin M wrote:Outstanding job! Some clever techniques used.

I concur! Great little MOC. I just wish the ground was a bit dirtier.
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Re: CCCX - Wake up and smell the roses

Postby Crazycrownieguy » Fri Nov 30, 2012 7:05 am

This made me laugh, and I agree with justin and pyro, those are some good techniques.
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Re: CCCX - Wake up and smell the roses

Postby andhe » Fri Nov 30, 2012 10:15 am

Thanks guys, it's amazing how many techniques you pick up from other peoples MOCs. In terms of how brick can fit together (rather than stealing ideas wholesale).

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Justin M wrote:Outstanding job! Some clever techniques used.

I concur! Great little MOC. I just wish the ground was a bit dirtier.


Agreed. On reflection I should have put more thought into that part of the build, I was too focussed on getting the bucket and 'slop' to balance!
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