The whole scene is nice, of course. And I loved how you used the hands! I never thought they could be used in so many different ways. Nice touch!
How did you make the mirror? I never saw those bricks that reflects o.o
I'm not one to usually give a long comment.. but, for you i'll make an exception.
First off, this is just beautiful. I believe that it captured the hair styles, and clothing for the 1950s' very well. I love the idea you had for the cups. Mind if I use it? xD
I also see you have a jukebox in the corner. May I ask what pieces you used? I'm planning on making a stopmotion animation for Batman, and one of my villain's hideouts is very plain.
Overall I would give this a 10/10. It was very well executed, and I look forward to seeing more of your work. :)
Legohaulic, While I do admit that the similarities are striking, I wish you to know, I never intended to imitate or steal your ideas and this great design.
If I may, let me tell you the main reasoning behind my build:
The main focus was to use the Gangsters suit and Frankenstein's monsters head, The fight was mainly, because a friend told me a vignette had to include some kind of action.
The build was meant to be set in a 1930's speak easy, and was meant to include a stage, that was until I discovered just how small 16 by 16 really was, so I was limited to a bar and some tables. The elements you have described as borrowed,and i can see here, were the taps, which all bars must have, were borrowed from this-http://www.flickr.com/photos/66535891@N00/2989481033/
and the bar stools, which are of a great design but remember from sometime ago.
To tell the truth, I only really saw this creation today, after you pointed it out.
Now you may just ignore this, claiming there excuse's but I would never steal or imitate another's creation, without permission or credit.
I have no wish to appear childish or immature, so I apologize if you don't believe me, of still think I have stolen you ideas.
Yeah, I'm with Blake - staring, staring, staring...Hey, did you know that the more you write "staring", the more it looks like "starring"? Anyway, everything works here, from the minifig positions to the great little details.
I have been staring at this for about 5 minutes, and I am still finding beautiful details. I was going to award a solid 4, until I saw the rubber band on the table, which literally broke the camels back. Score: 5