My version of the Tatooine Cantina. Enjoy! (please note, there are a few sculpey heads in here from my childhood days of lego, so bare with me as they fill in for my pathetic lack of starwars lego.)
About this creation
Overhead shot of the Cantina
Overshot of the Vending machine area. Put there for comparison between the two really.
Here we see an informant to the Republic relaying information.
Some clone shooting at...
an assassin droid!
Shot of the machinery.
the outside view of the vending area.
An R2 unit (my first ever, made of random parts, but eh, it works.) and a man purchasing some alien soda.
Now onto the cantina. Here by the door we see two Gomorean guards.
In one corner we have some folks playing a hologram game.
Here we see an alien playing music on a table, and startling a woman, who quickly proceeds to destroy a perfectly good translation droid.
The Bar. I'm proud of my customization job on the arms.
Soda fountain, but notice in the coroner, there is a shelf full of dishes. I'm proud of discovering that technique.
two alien traders.
here we see a serving droid and some others sitting in a coroner.
Now on to the minifigs. I somehow feel obligated to take pictures of them. maybe it's my OCD acting up, but I actually enjoy looking at peoples minifigs, but maybe thats just me. From left to right: beggar, vending keep, customer, and a trash devil. (cleverly hidden)
Informant, officer, assassin droid, and clones. But they're not interesting, so I put them in the background.
junker droid, pit droid, serving droid, and R2 unit.
my vending machines! These were fun to make because of how colorful they are.
2 Gomoreans, a cyborg, and translating droid.
spice salesman, trader, alien, and some human.
Tribal alien, Alien trader, Alien preist, and an alien librarian. (whee, I rhymed...)
generic alien, bounty hunter alien, noble alien, and musician.
Jedi, another familiar jedi, and a tuski.
Finally, my barkeep. Because of the ways his arms fit in on the back, he isn't compatible with normal minfig legs. So I made him a pair tall enough for behind the bar.