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M.O. Round 5: Ian Spacek vs. Magma!
About this creation
Bracket 4, Category: Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice: Build a scene or story from the filmography of the American director/producer/artist Tim Burton.

My Opponent

2014 MocOlympics



Up and out!




Mr. Willy Wonka, as portrayed by Johnny Depp





Charlie and Grandpa Joe

Thanks for stopping by and Soli Deo Gloria!



Comments

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  March 9, 2018
This is fantastic! I loved the book!
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  March 9, 2018
Amazing work!
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  May 2, 2016
Just watched this version of the movie for what I believe to be the first time, today. I immediately thought back to these figs while watching. These are so incredibly accurate! Nice work. =)
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  November 25, 2014
This is brilliant. The work on the characters is stunning as it is so realistic. The elevator is very cool, too.
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  November 20, 2014
Didn't I comment on this yet? Perfect rendition of the subject matter. I just finished reading my son "Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator" - I'd like to see what Tim Burton would make of that! Well done on another fine win.
  November 16, 2014
That is just amazing
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  November 16, 2014
That is absolutely perfect. Beautiful work.
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  November 15, 2014
great building
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  November 15, 2014
Instantly recognisable characters, plus a neat bit of spaceship type building on the roof of the elevator. I like how smoothly built the figures are.
  November 14, 2014
My bad. Silly me... Good luck anyhow! :P
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  November 14, 2014
Wow! It's amazing! The technique of eyes is fantastic!!!
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  November 13, 2014
Great build! I like how you even included the lit elevator button.
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  November 13, 2014
Top-notch work right there, kudos on the top 4! Wish I had the time to leave a longer comment, but I think I just spent it all admiring this build. ;)
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  November 13, 2014
Wow! Those are some of the best brick-built figures I've ever seen! The elevator is great as well. I love the use of the clear baseplates for the buttons. You get my vote, too! Congrats on advancing!
  November 13, 2014
Congrats on moving on! It looks like we may verse each other in R 6 since I'm in the 3rd bracket. Again, amazing work!
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  November 13, 2014
The characters are spot on, love W.W. and Charlie! And the elevator isn't bad either! ;-) I was gonna say good luck, but congrats! And good luck in the semifinals...
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  November 13, 2014
Great work, you get my vote.
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  November 11, 2014
very stellar creation n each character is spot on!
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  November 11, 2014
Perfection! :)
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  November 11, 2014
Excellent work there, Dude!
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  November 11, 2014
Thanks for sharing your thoughts everybody!
Quoting Professor B. Well done Ian and good luck in Round 6!
While I appreciate your well wishes, the outcome isn't decided yet. We've still got 3 judges to go!
Quoting Magma ! I also just realised how genius it was to use the transparent baseplate for the elvator walls. Because it has studs - buttons!
*exultation* Another person noticed! Score!
Quoting Chris Phipson You got my vote!
Thank you, Chris.
Quoting matt rowntRee You get my vote.
Thank you, Matt.
Quoting Nannan Z. Great semblance on the characters
Thank you Nannan, and thanks again for the lend too! Can you guess which plates are yours? ;)
Quoting Jared . He was so creepy as Mr. Wonka...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trkoj933Mfg
Quoting Caleb Lang ...but man you went with some less than stellar Tim Burton films. XD
I don't know! I quite enjoyed Charlie & The Chocolate Factory! Granted I'm not a huge Burton fan, so I haven't seen much of his work. I just knew the glass elevator would be a fun build, so build trumped content I guess!
Quoting Magma ! Extremely well done! Although Charlie's got something weird between his legs... Good luck!
Hah, thanks Magma! Yeah...on hindsight that isn't the most flattering angle. I might have to do some touch-up editing after the round. ;)
Quoting Matthew Oh Ian-scale figs
Hey! Maybe that will stick! Or minIANland scale, haha.
Quoting David Alexander Smith I might be borrowing some of those wonderful nose techniques.
Be my guest! I don't think I can take full credit for any of them though. I'm sure they've been used somewhere before. The clip eyes on the other hand... ;)
Quoting Finn tegotash I love the clips as eyes!
Thanks Finn! I was happy with that discovery.
Quoting Tim C I especially like your forming of Willie's outfit...Your utilization of the available parts to recreate the glass elevator is also a highlight.
Thank you Tim! For me, Willy is the crown jewel of the build, so I'm thrilled that you like him! The other characters were fairly speed built (especially Grandpa Joe—I whipped him up on Sunday afternoon), so I'm not completely satisfied with them. Also the elevator was fairly tricky (given the limited nature of trans-clear parts), so thank you for going out of your way to share that encouraging word too!
Quoting Vladimir van Hoek ...there are so many clever things going on, like the eyes and the shoes...
I was particularly satisfied with those two techniques (especially the clip eyes), so I'm very glad you liked them!
Quoting Nick Barrett Some of the best built figures I've ever seen. You have my vote. Good luck with the other judges.
Thank you, Nick. I appreciate it.
Quoting Quinn Beeson This one has to win.
Well I certainly won't complain if it does! Thanks for your vote of confidence.
Quoting Marin Stipkovic Using trans baseplates for the numbers tops it off!
Kudos for recognizing that detail! I wasn't sure if people would pick up on it.
Quoting David . These might just be the best midiscale (miniscale?) figs you've ever done!
I devised my own scale for this entry. It has several distinct features that I look forward to further experimenting with.
 I like it 
  November 11, 2014
Some excellent figures there. Well done Ian and good luck in Round 6!
  November 11, 2014
I also just realised how genius it was to use the transparent baseplate for the elvator walls. Because it has studs - buttons!
Ian Spacek
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matt rowntRee
  November 10, 2014
Willy's expression and Charlie's pants. Two little details that put you just barely over a fantastically built Cheshire Cat. I considered this a very close race and had Magma included a bit more tree, he may have pulled it off. You get my vote.
Ian Spacek
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Graeme Straughn
  November 10, 2014
Wow! Amazing 'figs and cool elevator! Good luck, Ian!!!
Ian Spacek
Quinn Beeson
  November 10, 2014
This one has to win.
Ian Spacek
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Black Smith
  November 10, 2014
Amazing figures, so nicely detailed, well done !
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  November 10, 2014
Amazing figures! And a lovely scene you chose. This is one of my most favourite MOCs in this competition - simple, precise and full of quality!
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  November 10, 2014
Those figs are just TOO perfect! You got my vote! ~ Chris.
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  November 10, 2014
Incredible creation! Those brick built figures are so well done! Good luck with the judges!
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  November 10, 2014
Great semblance on the characters
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  November 10, 2014
WoW just wow...
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  November 10, 2014
Very nice! This build is very movie-accurate.
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  November 10, 2014
Instantly recognizable! Excellent work!
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  November 10, 2014
Fantastic! Great figs!
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  November 10, 2014
Man! You make the best macros ever!
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  November 10, 2014
Amazing job with the figures! I like the inverted tire for part of the hat.
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  November 10, 2014
Hi there, Very nice build. The figures are great! And the elevator fits in perfectly! Good luck, Elio
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  November 10, 2014
Wonderful job Ian! The array of techniques on display for the meticulously crafted figures is really quite splendid. Good luck with the judges!
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  November 10, 2014
That's a very nice one! The detailling and accuraccy of it is just stupendous! 5/5 and good luck!
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  November 10, 2014
Lovely figs Ian, full of character and interesting techniques. The faces are magnificent. Well done, good luck with your judges!
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  November 10, 2014
He was so creepy as Mr. Wonka... nonetheless, a brilliant creation, well done!!
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  November 10, 2014
Amazing job recreating the characters and that cool elevator thingy. Super cool.
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  November 10, 2014
Both yours and Magma's entries are stellar, but man you went with some less than stellar Tim Burton films. XD
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  November 10, 2014
Extremely well done! Although Charlie's got something weird between his legs... Good luck!
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  November 10, 2014
Excellent job Ian! I love the brick built figures! Good luck!
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  November 10, 2014
Another set of incredible brick built figures Ian. Great work!
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  November 10, 2014
Fantastic Ian, everything is spot-on perfect! Your Ian-scale figs are excellent; wonderful techniques, they look amazing. :) Well done sir.
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  November 10, 2014
I might be borrowing some of those wonderful nose techniques. Great, great figures Ian.
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  November 10, 2014
Wow! That's incredible! The characters are brilliant! Willy Wonka looks fantastic! The likeness is uncanny. Love the hair. Charlie and Grandpa Joe both look fantastic as well. Stunning work on the glass elevator!
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  November 10, 2014
Fantastic figures! I love the clips as eyes!
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  November 10, 2014
Well, Ian. I totally love this piece. The figures are surprisingly accurate. I especially like your forming of Willie's outfit and Charlie's face. Your utilization of the available parts to recreate the glass elevator is also a highlight. Really nice work, good sir.
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  November 10, 2014
That's a fantastic use of those Mosaic Baseplates. I never knew exactly what time period we were in, but once we were in the factory, I really enjoyed the movie. That elevator was crazy, it went all sorts-a-ways.
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  November 10, 2014
fantastic
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  November 10, 2014
Fantastic work, good luck!
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  November 10, 2014
Excellent, there are so many clever things going on, like the eyes and the shoes and Joe's nose... Well done!
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  November 10, 2014
Some of the best built figures I've ever seen. You have my vote. Good luck with the other judges.
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  November 10, 2014
You are the Master of Figure Building. Incredibly well done.
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  November 10, 2014
Using trans baseplates for the numbers tops it off!
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  November 10, 2014
The elevator is great, but the figures are brilliant! I love the way that all three are built differently. Especially love Charlie's arms! --Blast--
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  November 10, 2014
very impressive sculpting!
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  November 10, 2014
Wow Ian wonderful build :D I love the details on Wonka and the glass elevator :D whole build is fantastic :) Good Luck to you and Magma :D
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  November 9, 2014
Impressive!
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  November 9, 2014
The scale is perfect, and the level of detail in the figures is why. Well done, Ian.
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  November 9, 2014
I never really liked the new Willy Wonka, (He acts like a girl :P ) I prefer the old one any day. That doesn't prevent me from liking this awesome build though. ;) These might just be the best midiscale (miniscale?) figs you've ever done! Good luck ol' boy!
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  November 9, 2014
Absolutely fantastic figs, good luck!
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  November 9, 2014
Excellent build Ian, I instantly recognized it. :) Good luck in round 5.
 
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