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Gungan Scout . How does he get down? . Originally intended for The Great Star Wars Contest, which I was not able to post this entry on time, but here it is: Ah, the noble Gungan scout, the one entitled to signal the Gungan army for the start of the Battle of Grassy Plains. In the actual movie, the Gungan is on the sacred stone head blowing some kind of horn that was too complicated to convert into Legos, so I had my guy holding an Atlatl(Yes, more Wookieepedia reference) The actual MOC, however, is about the stone head, but I needed a Gungan on top of it so I wouldn't have to name my MOC "Giant Stone Face". Compared to the heads in the movie(pictured below, and yes, MORE Wookieepedia reference), personally I think I did a terrible job, but I think I made mine have a more ancient feel, despite how I could not find a technique to make the head appear moss-covered. From this picture, you can see the gap behind the head. It looks weird. The back of the head, not as detailed as the front, though. Without the Gungan Scout. The face's expression looks proud and gruff, which partially reminds me of what a caveman looks like. The Gungan...standing on the head...again. In this picture, you can see that the head is actually detachable. no attention to that red brick in the corner. Without the base plate. Its Jar Jar! (I had to include that pic :P) Would it trouble you if I asked you to please rate and/or comment on this MOC? Thanks, guys(and gals)!

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