I just want to start off by saying that it's been a blast to compete here in the Mocolympics. Unfortunately...this last week was very unkind to me. With sickness, work, writing and life...i ran out of time. But I wasn't going to just quit a competition. I didn't feel that would be fair to my opponent or to any others who are working hard to proceed. I threw together what I could in a few hours,(even threw in a LightBrick feature) snapped some pictures and got it on here. After seeing my opponents entry...I am not expecting to make it onto round 5. If, by some miracle, I should proceed then I would happily continue...that just doesn't look possible right now.
Thank you judges for putting in your time to make this fun for everyone. Thank you Moccers for encouraging and giving me new ideas.
Yes, I know my scene doesn't look very accurate. I didn't have enough time to allow me to put in all the details I would've liked to...
Given the number of drop-outs over the contest so far it is commendable to get your entry in despite real life doing it's worst! Unfortunately I think Matt has you beat, but good job nonetheless. Well done.
Considering all your other priorities aforementioned, it was jolly decent of you to still enter! My vote goes to Matt, but you get a virtual pat on the back for not quitting! I appreciate your sporting attitude.
Great job Brickmaster! Sorry you weren't feeling 100% but I am completely grateful and honestly impressed with your effort. Light bricks rock! I appreciate the fact that you respect the games and your fellow competitors to post a competitive moc. It shows a level of reliability, perseverance, and dedication that I hold above all else. I never hold any expectations until the judges pass final judgment. Always hope for the best and good luck to you. I actually like the feel of the piece, good tension and the platform looks properly industrial. Excellent!