Hey guys! After seeing the new movie, The Last Airbender, I was inspired to make this MOC. Even though I didn't think the movie was all that great... It was cool and all but they left out a lot and it seemed rushed. I guess nothing will beat the Nickelodeon show! :D
Aang and a random Earthbender are fighting the Fire Nation at some random Fire Nation building or temple. (I didn't think about the backstory very much, lol)
Here you can see all the action. Aang is hitting a Fire Nation soldier with a burst of air. The Firebender is shooting flames at the Earthbender but the Earthbender blocks them with a wall of dirt.
Here's the temple building. Most of it is from an old Johnny Thunder set so if it looks familiar, that's why. lol.
A random lamp post.
The Earthbender and his dirt wall.
The Firebender firebending.
Aang is hitting the Fire Nation soldier with a burst of air.
The whole thing again.
The whole thing without all the minifigures. I think the stairs up to the temple look pretty cool. :)
Here's one side of the steps. You can see the tiles on the temple floor better here.
Here's the Firebender and two Fire Nation soldiers. I made them dark-skinned like they were in the movie. Originally all the minifigures were going to be yellow but then I remembered that the Aang from the original Lego sets was a fleshy.
Here's the Aang minifigure from the original Lego sets and an Earthbender I made from the Castle peasant minifigure. It made me sad to have to convert a minifigure from yellow to fleshy but I'm gonna change him back soon! :D
Ok, that's it! Thanks for visiting! Any comments are appreciated!!
LOVE it i just got back from watching the movie and it was a little disappointing especially since there going to make a sequel i hoped that they would do it all in one movie i guess nothing beets the cartoon,anyway nice job!!!!!
no matter how many fire effects I've seen or done, I'll always love them, and you pulled it off pretty well. the figs look pretty good too. I have some of those old Orient Expedition things too, nice use of them!