Our quote, from the Two Towers, for this round was: “Shall I describe it to you? Or would like me to find you a box?”
I’m not going to lie, this quote had me stumped for quite a while. At one time or another this week I had planned out a) a grandfatherly story time, b) a giant grim reaper and c) a trip to Kentucky Fried Chicken. Thanks for making it challenging!
For a long time, I have been a fan of the ‘What if...?’ books from Marvel Comics. I’ve often found the alternate storyline more interesting than the regular continuing story arcs. As such, I took our quote and wondered... what if Gimli, having been offered the box, had said “sure”?
My thought was that Gimli and Legolas, though passionate and worthy of the battle, might want a bit of a break.
Scenes from the battle itself.
A note to Zoltan: I had hoped to have my daughter create her own version of this scene to honour what you have been doing with your son (which is awesome), but she's been under the weather recently and I didn't want to bother her about it.
Quoting Ian Spacek Haha, fantastic interpretation. My vote goes to Zoltan.
Thanks for the great challenge judges! I must say, you made it a tough one this year, and I was glad to have participated. I guess I just didn’t have the magic this year. Hopefully we’ll meet again next year!
Haha, fantastic interpretation of the category! Love it! However, your opponent's entry is still relevant to the category and I think he slightly out did you in terms of build. My vote goes to Zoltan, but well played nonetheless Adam! Thanks for participating this year! And I hope to see you back again next year. :)
Hi Dodge! I particularly liked the presentation aspects of your build. The photography cast a great mood, and accents the category beautifully. Unfortunately, your build felt shallow in light of your opponent's meatier MOC. My vote goes to him.