Here is my entry for MocOlympics round 1, my competitor is Dave Shaddix He will be posting his creation shortley, I wish him good luck as well as all other competitors. The title of this is "The story of a burger bar", this is because I don't wan to give too much away.
Well there you go, I still don't get the moral my self but I guess the Welsh do.
If any judges would like a bribe, I have a special present for them. Wink Wink.
This took a few days to build but the real hard part is the story.
Ok, I got a chance to check it out from my home computer this morning. That was funny. I think it was great that both of you did fast food mocs with an animal twist. Congrats on the win and welcome to round two. ~ Chris.
Congrats at the win! Well, if I win mine, than it means I go up against you. Good luck, man, and good job with this one.
I like it
September 16, 2008
I love zombie sheep. Especially when they eat people and there's lots of trans-red 1x1 plate blood. Awesome work here. I almost fell out of my chair laughing and the guy in the next office over probably thinks I'm nuts now.
Sorry, but I think Shadix gets this one, but I am not a judge, so... You did good, though. I just think the commentary was a bit dry. Maby a few America jokes, some cracks at Burger King, stuff like that would help. But, then again, this is probably better than what I would have done so who am I to criticize? Good job, man.
I like it
September 15, 2008
We are ONE vote away from a decision. I LOVE your story and your build. As soon as I saw it, I knew I was in for a fight. I think it is awesome that we both made fast food MOCs. Again man, GREAT work here. The big 'POP' shot cracked me up. Again, good luck! -dave
Glad to see Brian gave this one his nod. I went with Shaddix, but this story is not only hilarious, but really unique, and definitely deserves to win if the final vote goes your way! While both stories were ludicrously entertaining, and in my book about even in that regard, I felt Dave's was a superior build due to it's complexity and visual impact. Still a great job...glad I wasn't against either of you guys in this category. Both were smokin' good entries!