One year making and using more than 30000 bricks, I present my largest creation, a clone base on Teth.I´m only 14 years old!
About this creation
Ladies and gentlemen, friends and fellow builders!
Now I present you my biggest base, which I ever build. After 1 years of building, troubles, problems and so on. However I had very much fun to design the base. As I began to design the first floor, I was a bad Lego builder. With the time I built better and better and the result you see here. So a long way is going to an end, now.Here on Mocpages you can see the processing of the base in the two construction journals: Entry 1
Best base I've ever seen. Now one look at my stuff and you may think if I didn't say what I said I am out of my marblebes, but this is pure KANDOSSI. (kandossi means awesome cool epic etc.)
100000-5 and I love the tree with the ARF trooper in it. Interior is also awesome. Please give me some tips. And I would love it if you exepted a partner request from me.
30000 bricks.... 14 years old.... your parents must have a biiiiig bank account :) but it is very beautiful!
I like it
September 13, 2012
This is epic. I'm not a big fan of the Clone vs. Battle Droid line up, but the interior of this thing is awesome. The hanger for the scout bikes and the reactor room are my favorite parts. What's going on with that clone with an afro? He seemed slightly out of place with that big hair. Imagine what it looks like when he takes his helmet off. Ouch! I am also impressed with how effectively you used lighting in your pictures. Good job. Attack!
0_0 *picks up jaw off floor* Your only 14 and you built this...this... I dont even know what to call it, you built this all by yourself over the course of one year! I can barley stay on a project for more than a few days! Outstanding!
Hey, I didn't know you added this creation to my group (the LEGO Batman, City and Star Wars group)! When I saw it, I became very, very happy.
Of course, I've already seen this Star Wars MOC (I was even the 25th viewer). You, are one of the best LEGO builders and I'm honored that you added this creation to my own group! (THIS CREATION IS ITS COSTS AND ITS TIME WORTH)
WOW! This is amazing! Lots of detail and it is large. I especially like the rock work, very impressive. You also staged all the mini-figs very well. Most of them are doing something and all of them look like they have a reason to be there. I do, however, think you should have covered up the studs on the top landing area thing. Nice work!
This is really cool. The rockwork is amazing, the blue tubes in the medical room is a nice touch and The wires on top running along the ground are awesomely realistic. But how come the clones don't all have the same colored hair? aren't they all clones of the same guy?
The interior alone would of made an awesome moc! But the landscape just makes it even more awesome. The clone dumping the container of radioactive stuff is a good touch.
Were the rocks supposed to look like they had been shaped and eroded by water going down the side of the cliff? If so, you did that very well. If not, you still did it quite well.
Stunning. This is AMAZING! The detailing, the techniques and the patience has truly been expressed fantastically. I congradulate you in such an accomplishment this immense. Lovin the dude with the crazy Afro! Great work!
The cliff face was all I was expecting and that is, to paraphrase Lord Vader himself "impressive". The interior is superb and I particularly like the use of other Lego figures to lighten the mood in the build, rather than be a slave to the Star Wars Lego. It adds depth and much needed variety to the genre. My score: ten R2 unit blleps out of ten!
Wow, this is stunning. The rock work is perfect, I like how you kept the movement of the cliffside very vertical. Really stretches it out and makes it look taller than it really is. The greenery also is very well done. What really makes my head spin is the inside of the base. Beautiful work in there. Excellent greebling. I'm going back for another look.
Dang. That's just crazy...Great interior; nice idea to use the Hazmat Suits! What really takes the cake for me, sheer size aside, would probably have to be the cannon! Excellent work on this, you get my virtual pat-on-the-back! ;-)
The first photo, of the cliff face is very impressive, but then you get to see all of the rooms inside and it's astounding! This MOC is like a whole series of detailed vignettes which have been cleverly blended into a single mega-model. My favourite detail is the clone with the toxic spillage.
This is great work, i'm 14 too, and can see just how much efoort was put into that. It really captures the feel of structures in star wars with the lighting and design. Just one point, where did you get the money from to build this, because as a TFOL my biggest problem is affording the parts.
Lovely build .... First of all its huge. The fact that the rockwork doesnt have that many angles but is rather steep is awesome that staircase is awesome also. Then you reveal the "inside" of the build .... Just lovely. Loads of details and loads of hours putted into this MOC is showned from the first picture ..... You should get a lot of likes on this. Definately a stunning and very thought over MOC ..... Very well done ... LOVE IT !!!!! :)
This is downright amazing. 30,000 pieces, more than 800 hours... It definitely shows. I'd love some more shots of the landscaping out front, but from what I can see, it's flawless. The rock face is also a great addition. The interior looks great. It's clean-cut and fits the Star Wars aesthetic very well. There are too many details to mention, but it all looks fantastic. I really hope for your sake that you get the recognition you deserve for such an ambitious build. Cheers! ^^
Wow! LOVE it! The scale of this beast is mind-blowing, and the level of detail throughout is terrific. When I was a kid, I used to love playsets that were like this - with the man-made elements incorporated into natural settings (Planet of the Apes, Star Wars, the Bat Cave, etc.) This really captures that same feel, and brings out the kid in me again. Great work!