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Team Juvenile delinquents MOC Athalon entry to the Apocalypse Category
About this creation
These photos are extras, the view of the Lamp and and the Telephone pole. I really liked the Lamp, because I don't think its ever been used before.

Different Views, so you can see the different building angles.

Top view, the round thing is a gas station top, its my favorite part of the build because I think its a brand new technique.

View of the Mini figs all set out

View without any figs

OK, guys, here is the commentary. This Build is based of the Movie, Book of Eli. Its supposed to be a section of the town Eli walks into about 30 minutes into the film. Eli is pretty accurate I think for a mini-fig. The guy all dressed up is Carnegie, and his main thug from the movie. The snipers are also accurate from the movie. Eli takes them out later in the movie :). This is set about 30-35 years after the Nuclear fallout, as Eli put it, "Some of us were just lucky to be underground when it happened". All of America is a desert wasteland. Like Mad Max. ;). But this Mad max is brutal. he carries a Long machete, a pistol, and his precious book. Here he is making his entrance. And for those who didn't see the film. He was bald. And so was the main henchman. If any of the judges have questions about the movie or anything else, don't hesitate to ask. And I still haven't found my better Camerae judges :(

Oh, and the movie was great, although it was a little depressing...


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  March 7, 2010
Fantastic! Very real looking, I like the gray tiles along the ground, it is a very nice touch. The thing that stuck out (I never got the name) were those t-shaped things on the right side of the MOC, for some reason I really like them...
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  March 7, 2010
Very interesting...
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  February 27, 2010
I can't really say anything that my fellow judges aready didn't... 2 points.
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  February 25, 2010
Don't be afraid to reshoot if the pictures don't turn out well. Steady the camera on a pile of books to help with focus. This is worth 2 points without the picture issues.
  February 25, 2010
Well, it certainly looks like you put some effort into the build with some nice techniques. The pictures are poor at best, but at least the moc is viewable, but please work on taking nice pics, and making sure they are in focus. Two (2) points - nice build, but nothing here really jumps out at me. Lee.
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