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For many years historians have studied the cultures of many ancient civilizations and have found that each culture has had many gods. The sun god, the tiki god, the sock god, etc. Well I ask, where is our lego god? In order to investigate this we are traveling by helicopter to find the god. For those embarking on the journey, there will be no giving of cigarettes, alcoholic beverages, and physicals to anyone. (I had to put that one in because I know Lee Jones is going to try to give someone one.)
Here we go.
Deep in South America we closed in on the worshipping temple by ariel travel.
As we grew closer we say people gathered around in holy prayer to the temple, urging the master to come out. People from all over MOCpages.
Some ignorant MOCiers tried to overthrow the Lego god by declaring themselves as king. The royal, witty moderators were quick to action though. At least afterward this man show here, Shannon Young, hosted a small contest in which I'm submitting these pics.
Finally the lego master walked out of the building with style. The fans were very surprised at his rather smaller size. His wooden staff, made entirely of legos controlled his two moderators.
The crowd bowed in worship to the Lego god of our times, offering a word of respect. The lego god watched over the people of MOCpages, commenting only on those whom pay him the most respect.
Afterwards that Shannon guy threw a tomato, so instead of showing you what the guy with the wrench did to him, here are some more shots...
That concludes our trip, hope you have enjoyed it. Good night folks.
Love the scenery and design of the temple. I wish though you had some more photos of the pond and what I believe to be a stone statue. One thought though (not meant to start a large debate over religion), isn't the cross mainly a Christian/Catholic (or others I'm not totally sure on) symbol?
Well, I forfeit the contest; this (and many other creations) destroys any hope I have of victory. On to the MOC! Great work on the church and the fountain and pool; just terrific work. The humor was down right hilarious! Best of luck in the contest and Merry Christmocs! - Bones
Very nice job Dylan. Loving the rocks around the pond, the fountain (you've got your technique for those now haven't you?)the balconies. I could go on, but instead i'll also say congrats on being blogged on TBB and good luck for the contest. I expect some heavy hitters will unveil impressive dioramas and clever vigs as we approach the deadline but this has to stand a chance.
god dylan....its just miraculous....1, how long did it take to make? 2, how did u make the steps?, and 3, the fountain is so intriquite, i love how you make the water splash simulation...great job 15/10~
I like it
December 12, 2009
To Tomash: Im an Atheist and this doesn't offend me. Im sure no religious people are offended either. The cross was used by other cultures before Christianity.
I like it
December 12, 2009
I was just wondering where did you get the transluscent chef hat? If you could answer Thanx!
For those that aren't getting it... it's called humor. And Dylan here has a firm grasp of the concept. Lay off him. Moving on... Dylan, this is AMAZING! There are just way to many details to mention individually, but I would like to point out those columns on the upper level. So simple a technique but I don't think I've seen it anywhere else before. Just a stunning piece of work! His Royal Shortness would be pleased. HAHAHA ~ Chris.
The castle and landscape are beautifully constructed. I especailly like the water effects. Your best work so far. Portraying our grand leader as stubby, won't get you his rare sought after comments however.
To clear things up, our lego master is the one and only Sean Kenney. I had made a comment a few months ago about him being "the lego god of our times" and it's just like me to carry it out. That is, if he doesn't kill me first for bringing out the short pants on his sig-fig. -Dylan
I finally understand your comment back then :P OH...yeah, this is a great MOC. In some areas it looks like you were running out of bricks, but the presentation is really nice and only the nitpicky wouldn't like that diorama. I especially like that pond, the colour of the water really stands out. Good luck in the contest, and I hope for some more competitors of your calibre :) (if that phrase makes any sense in english? :P)
Funny silly story to go along with the really nice building. I like your fountain, the rocks by the pool and the way the wings of the building come out the front and enclose the stairs. Great work, man. see ya. garth
Dylan, your best one yet!!! Absolutely love the architectural work, especially those slightly curving 1 x 2 bricks that protrude at intervals from the walls - brilliant!. And the lateral, studs-out technique for the rocks (gee, where have I seen THAT before?) works beautifully here. Of course, casting Phipson and I as Sean's thumb-breakers...priceless. And after Eggy's comment below, maybe it's time to introduce him to that pipe wrench! (I'll have you know, Eggster, that as an artist I have very foreboding thumb and forefinger! And Phipson KNOWS what I can do with it!)
At first I thought that you had built me a temple. But then short stuff came out.
Nice build BTW! Too many details to comment on, and suprisingly no fancy photoshop? you might pick some beefier bodyguards next time. The only chance Kelso would have at stopping a storm trooper is if he took off his shoes and threw his dirty socks at them.