It all begins on the planet Kamino, where the training of clones who have been bred to be perfect soldiers occur. These cadets must first be subjected to intense physical and mental training before heading off to war. Five headstrong clones of Domino squad struggle to complete their training. These cadets -- Hevy, Cutup, Droidbait, Fives and Echo -- seem to be a "bad batch" and are unable to work as a team. They're given a final training run to prove their mettle and the clones finally learn to work together...
I couldn't imagine a better MOTD. Astounding work, mate. And I have to say my favorite part is the green glowing lines on the main structure, I wish I could incorporate that aspect of it into lots of my own MOCs, it's just so cool the way it glows in the center and fades out. Anyway, I'm happy you got MOTD, you deserve it more than a lot of people.
Certainly deserving of two consecutive MOTDs, if that distinction is even worth anything. Great job, AC. Was great to watch you build this from the prototyping of the floor all the way to the finished product.
AWESOME! One thing I noticed in the first pic overviewing the scene is that it looks like it's placed on top of a river land- But it'sleft me speechless! The size exaggeration makes it look 10x better than it was in the episode. How many days/weeks did this take?
Absolutely excellent! So this is based on a Star Wars thing? You`re good dude! As soon as I get my buddy on MOC pages, I`ll give you his user name so you can check him out (he`s good with Star Wars)! Once again, great job!
Great job! The detail that you put into this masterpiece is outstanding! I still can't figure out how you can build things that are this big-do you have a whole warehouse full of legos? Anyway, fantastic job recreating this great scene and please make something else that will blow everyone's minds away!
You excel in excellence. This is certainly something to be proud of. Astounding work, man. The fact that you put all that effort into every little detail just baffles the mind! it's funny how something you'de never think to turn into such a huge MOC, may of just turned one of the best Star Wars MOCs ever!
Though, I have one question if it was not already asked, what happened to Heavy's original Chain Gun design?
I like it
November 14, 2010
Excellent work!!! Words can't say how great it is!! Can you please go on my page and subscribe! Please!! That would be awesome!! The best person at creating Star Wars legos comment on my things!! Please!!
"you soldier off the computer did I authorize this?" "UH no sir right away sir just let me..." I have to say this is a great piece. Its big, finished, and even has a good story without exesive amounts of photos!Thanks for the insperation hope to have your men serve along side mine some day. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/170297 -PT and Rudolf squadron out.
Wow that looks amazing! It is a perfect replica of the one shown in the episode right down to the green stripes on the wall walls. Still amazes me how five clones took on all of those droids... But anyways Great job on this moc, man! ~T Fett
WoW! When I saw this, I thought this was an illusion or I died and went to heaven! For me, it's so unimaginable to think of the amount of time you put in that whole training facility! For me, the only flaws is that Hevy's Z-6 rotary cannon is modefied the way I didn't expect, and most of the droid arms are holding their blasters strangely. Other than that, I'ts an excellent work of art!
I recently read a comment about someone becomming the next AC Pin... Only issue I have is that your untouchable when it comes to the SW scenes. No one will ever replace the fine art you make! GG! ~Thoy
I like it
November 13, 2010
I am lost for words.
I like it
November 13, 2010
I am so happy that you finished it! I was beginning to think you forgot about the project! I love the new cadets. Did you have to use Bricklink?
Really nice! Beautiful job on the architectural aspect of the build. Ironically, I get a Tron sort of feel with the MOC, with it's grid work patterns, black elements, and black background presentation. Anyway, excellent work on this one!