Version 3.5 isn't meant to be the whole thing. I'm just documenting the updates - Just a quick update - all of today I've added bits. Here we have a ladder going to the surface, with a removable back so you can see inside. And a higher cliff, I scraped together all my old gray bricks, and now all my black and old gray normal bricks are used up.
Oh yeah - I'm sorry about the photo quality, it was quite bright, and the green didn't look good in the photos.
About this creation
Quoting Lt. Colonel Ghostman: "P.S. I'm going to catch your lego frog soon.;) ~ Ghostman :)"
Oh No! Hop froggy Hop! He wasn't joking - He's here!!!
Soon after these photos were taken, I dropped froggy on the floor, so he's in a pile of Lego somewhere, I can't find it yet. The police want to take Lt. Colonel Ghostman in for questioning, but they can't catch him.
See, I warned you I would come and get that little froggy. The good thing was that I didn't get caught by the French police;) Now to the moc. I really like that you only paid attention to only the bunker and made it into a seperate moc. Well presented(really love the last part). The ladder is really neat. And another funny part was the flamerthrower trying to fry that Nazi. ~ Ghostman :)
That's a really neat diagram you've made there. I particularly liked the offset pillbox, the rocky texture of the cliffs, and how the whole thing opens up. It's very cool how you can open it up to see the interior of the pillbox. Great work.