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MocAthalon 2016: Multiple Entries
Team Heimlich Maneuvers! #24 Mapped out, #17 Coat of Arms, #14 Mythological Figure, #30 Mystery Bag, #5 The New Yorker, #26 Night at the Opera
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24) Mapped Out:
Build us a map (3D or 2D) of a real or imaginary setting, From New York to Narnia, any scale with as much detail as possible.



City of the Gods: Kobol, original Homeworld of Mankind. Info from Battlestar Wiki.
Reference Pic





"The seat of power of Kobol resided in the City of the Gods in the northern hemisphere, itself dominated by the Forum, Temple and Opera House (Kobol's Last Gleaming, Part I), structures which were duplicated on Caprica in the city of Delphi."







"It is said that humans lived there in harmony with the Lords of Kobol, and that Atlas supported Kobol on his shoulders."
Opera House







Stadium: C-Bucks Rule!











17) Coat of Arms:
Build a family heirloom following the rules of heraldry including a family motto.


For those who don't already know, I'm a dentist. My father and grandfather were, too. But I took French in high school, so please forgive the Latin. Sounded good, though, I thought.















14) Brick-Built Mythological Figure:
Greek gods, Norse deities, biblical figures, anything NON minifig scale; go BIG.



Okay, I went with the Bible. Lot's Wife, no other name given. Fleeing destruction, she turned back to look at the burning cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, and turned into a Pillar of Salt.







No particular reason behind this build, just wanted to try a monochrome sculpture.











30) Mystery Bag:
Choose from “bags” of five elements from one of the six judges. Use those elements visibly and logically in any MOC. A 5 is only possible if all the pieces are utilized. You can use them in any color as often as you like, but they must ALL be used.



Chris' Bag! Hook hand, 2x2 brick hinge joints (both), 1x2x2 slope, and that plate with the bar thingy. They're all there.


Not sure what to call this... WWII Desert Walker? Used against the Nazi's in North Africa. Could maneuver quickly in any direction, like a crab on the beach.




Field Marshall Sir T. "Hooker" Halliwell, Fifth Earl of Casterly Rock. He enjoyed the high vantage point in his Desert Walker. Better able to observe not only his troops but the enemy as well. "Tally Ho!"









5) The New Yorker:
Create a political comic in Lego that satirizes the current political landscape. Scathing is perfectly acceptable and there is more than ample material to choose from.


"Hillary's Wall"
You've heard all about Trump's wall to control the southern border. Well, here's Hillary's. Classified emails, unsecure servers, Benghazi coverups, Clinton Family Foundation shenanigans, I could go on all day. I'm sure she would give this pic a big cackle.












26) Night At The Opera:
Create a MOC inspired by an Opera. It can be based on a song, set design, opera singer etc.




Tosca: Read all about it here. My parents used to be into Opera. So I bought them tickets for a Saturday matinee at the Met back in the late 90s. Turns out they got to see Pavarotti perform. What a thrill, even for my dad! So here's a scene.



















Reverence pic:










4th Wall:
Thanks to all the judges for doing the work that goes into running a big contest like this!
Thanks to all the other competitors, it's been fun seeing everybody's take on these categories!
And thanks to my teammates in the Heimlich Maneuvers!



For the Judges to cut and paste:

Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score=
Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score=
Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score=
Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score=
Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score=
Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score=





Comments

 I made it 
  May 30, 2016
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 wow, that contest was quite tough, but I think you pulled it trough, you really amaze me on how diverse your talents are, maybe you could add the micro cities in your galactica stories, to put the story in context, as in st ng, when the crew gets on a planet, also, I d see the salt statue as decoration in some of it s scenes, just ideas, all those pieces are beautiful, congrats!
Thanks for the kind words, Frank!
 I like it 
  May 30, 2016
wow, that contest was quite tough, but I think you pulled it trough, you really amaze me on how diverse your talents are, maybe you could add the micro cities in your galactica stories, to put the story in context, as in st ng, when the crew gets on a planet, also, I d see the salt statue as decoration in some of it s scenes, just ideas, all those pieces are beautiful, congrats!
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  April 30, 2016
Quoting Jacob M. So many great builds! I think my favourite is Hillary's wall.
Thanks!
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  April 30, 2016
So many great builds! I think my favourite is Hillary's wall.
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  April 28, 2016
Quoting Topsy Creatori Once again builds on MOCpages have made be smile, question, make convoluted connections, and explore. This time it was yours! #1 I learned that one of my favorite operatic duet is Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman singing Canto della Terra! #2 I learned that L D Caulk, Dentsply, has come out with a new classI/II light-cured composite with great depth of cure! #3 I confirmed my love of brick mappings, having done a simple one myself for DA2 in LLD and now seeing yours! #4 Your Lot's wife recalled some interesting geological info I had heard about in that area and that I need to go back and research that out! #5 Walls are barriers that hide the truth! ;) #6 The British and Aussies really could have used a few of those mechas during the north African campaign in WWII, better yet, perhaps the Aussies could have used them at Gallipoli against the Ottoman Empire during World War I (since your fig looks a tad steam punkish?) Anyway, your builds are certainly provocative and fired up all my neurons! Congrats on the good scores so far! :)
Why thank you Topsy! I've been enjoying the Dentsply Surefill Flow bulk fill composite. Lego maps are the new architecture. Yes, Hooker Halliwell is a bit more steampunk than diesel punk, but I went with what I had. When you Google Lot's wife or Pillar of Salt, there is a geological feature there in Israel that supposedly resembles the woman in the story. I went with a more literal figure, with a little Tornado mixed in, if you notice the spiral to the studs. Anywho, thanks again for the great comment! It was a lot of fun coming up with these builds!
 I made it 
  April 28, 2016
Quoting Kevin J. Walter Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score = 5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score = 4 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score = 5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score = 3 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score = 4 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score = 5
Danke, herr Kevin!
 I like it 
  April 27, 2016
Once again builds on MOCpages have made be smile, question, make convoluted connections, and explore. This time it was yours! #1 I learned that one of my favorite operatic duet is Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman singing Canto della Terra! #2 I learned that L D Caulk, Dentsply, has come out with a new classI/II light-cured composite with great depth of cure! #3 I confirmed my love of brick mappings, having done a simple one myself for DA2 in LLD and now seeing yours! #4 Your Lot's wife recalled some interesting geological info I had heard about in that area and that I need to go back and research that out! #5 Walls are barriers that hide the truth! ;) #6 The British and Aussies really could have used a few of those mechas during the north African campaign in WWII, better yet, perhaps the Aussies could have used them at Gallipoli against the Ottoman Empire during World War I (since your fig looks a tad steam punkish?) Anyway, your builds are certainly provocative and fired up all my neurons! Congrats on the good scores so far! :)
  April 25, 2016
Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score = 5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score = 4 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score = 5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score = 3 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score = 4 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score = 5
 I made it 
  April 21, 2016
Quoting David Alexander Smith Oh man how busy!!!!] Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score=5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score=5 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score=5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score=5 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score=4 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score=5
Very generous, David-Thanks!
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  April 21, 2016
Quoting Chris Phipson Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score= 5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score= 5 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score= 5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score= 3 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score= 5 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score= 5. ~Chris.
Thanks, Boss!
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  April 21, 2016
Oh man how busy!!!!] Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score=5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score=5 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score=5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score=5 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score=4 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score=5
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  April 21, 2016
Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score= 5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score= 5 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score= 5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score= 3 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score= 5 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score= 5. ~Chris.
 I made it 
  April 20, 2016
Quoting Oran Cruzen Sorry judges, but this non-judge says 10/5 on all of them! LOL I thought my one brick entry for "Most Creative Use of 1 Brick" should be rated the highest of all the other categories but since there was not a category for that and I did not make an entry for that anyway then I guess this is just a bunch of commenting for commenting sake, or something like that. Hey El Barto, these are all great IMHO from an VOAFOL!
Thanks, Oran! Thanks for the enthusiastic comment! I hope you took some Advil before you went to bed ; )
 I like it 
  April 20, 2016
Sorry judges, but this non-judge says 10/5 on all of them! LOL I thought my one brick entry for "Most Creative Use of 1 Brick" should be rated the highest of all the other categories but since there was not a category for that and I did not make an entry for that anyway then I guess this is just a bunch of commenting for commenting sake, or something like that. Hey El Barto, these are all great IMHO from an VOAFOL!
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  April 20, 2016
Quoting Tyler Halliwell Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score=5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score=3 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score=5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score=3 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score=4 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score=5 Love the wife and the Pavarotti, great work Barto.
Thanks, Stretch!
 I like it 
  April 19, 2016
Cat 24 Mapped Out(Kobol): Score=5 Cat 17 Coat of Arms(Toothus): Score=3 Cat 14 Mythological Figure (Lot's Wife): Score=5 Cat 30 Mystery Bag (Desert Walker): Score=3 Cat 5 New Yorker (Hillary's Wall): Score=4 Cat 26 Night at the Opera (Tosca): Score=5 Love the wife and the Pavarotti, great work Barto.
 I made it 
  April 19, 2016
Quoting Lego Jim ..... Awesome entries. My favorite is your Microcity map. It's AMAZING! With the mountains at the corners, it makes it look really big. I totally wish I was really really tiny so I could explore it on foot. Just fantastic work. Two thumbs up, more, if I had more thumbs. : )
Thanks, Jim! Two thumbs are appreciated! More would be X-Filesish : )
 I like it 
  April 19, 2016
Awesome entries. My favorite is your Microcity map. It's AMAZING! With the mountains at the corners, it makes it look really big. I totally wish I was really really tiny so I could explore it on foot. Just fantastic work. Two thumbs up, more, if I had more thumbs. : )
 I made it 
  April 19, 2016
Quoting matt rowntRee You toaster brain! I was being sarcastic when I said you could post all your entries in one page. XP GFB is gonna skin you for this. Actually, I may hang out with a beer and watch that. Anyways, I won't bother with critiques here and just give scores. Grrrr. Mapped Out (cat. 24) = 5. Coat of Arms (cat. 17) = 3. Mythological Figure (cat. 14) = 5. Mystery Bag (cat. 30) = 3. New Yorker (cat. 5) = 4. Opera (cat. 26) = 5. I'll deliver punches at BW from her. ;)
Fair enough. Thanks, Matt! See, that wasn't so difficult, was it?
 I made it 
  April 19, 2016
Quoting VAkkron ™ Fantastic, I've loved seeing these accumulate on Flickr. You have my admiration for such excellent builds, but I think Lot's wife is really the next level. AMAZING!
Quoting D H Awesome and varied work! Love that map especially, just beautiful micro work!
Quoting Nick Barrett So much skill here, I see a bunch of fives! Good luck.
Quoting Oliver Becker Multiple likes for these fine MOCs! The Pavarotti- scene has a wonderful atmosphere, I like this most here... Kudos!
Thanks, guys! Glad you liked them!
 I made it 
  April 19, 2016
Quoting Stuart Lucas Of course in some sense I can... very hard to pick a favourite but I think Lot's wife does it for me. The rough edges of a brick sculpture really evoke the idea of a person turned to salt.
Quoting Stuart Lucas Wow, 6 excellent MOCs in just 4 weeks! I'm extremely impressed by the variety on display here, I wish I could give it multiple Likes!
Thanks for the enthusiasm, Stuart!
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  April 19, 2016
Quoting Ben King Excellent job on all the categories, Barto! I really like the WWII sand tripod walker thing :) When I saw the thumbnail I mistook it Rush's "Moving Pictures" for the album category! Anyways nice work as usual. Best of luck with the judges!
Quoting adam thelegofan rutland awesome!:D
Quoting Ruud Hoogmoed What a diversity! Looks like the master has been busy for a while :-). Great creations. A pleasure to watch, thanks for sharing.
Quoting Elk Guard Multiple awesomes!
Thanks for the great comments, guys!
 I made it 
  April 19, 2016
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Wow dude, they are all awesome! That pillar of salt sculpture is really outstanding, love it, as well as the Kobol prop. Hehe. Pavarotti is a good one, too. No need to look him up! Best of luck! ~Cheers
Thanks, Doc!
 I made it 
  April 19, 2016
Quoting P. Andrei Excellent, Pavarotti (didn't even need to read who it was to recognize it, and I'm not even much of a fan) and the sculpture steal the show. Nice job on throwing them all at once on the judges' heads.
Thanks, Chief! I asked Matt a while back, and he said fine, so I'm sticking with the one post. I left something for them to cut and paste, should be easy enough, even for Phipson ; )
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  April 19, 2016
Quoting LegoPredator ! All entries are awesome, I like the most the map and coat of arms.
Thanks!
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  April 19, 2016
Quoting Clayton Marchetti Brilliant entries El Barto! Love the detailing of the micro city. Your brick built figures are amazing. Love sir Hiliary's wall. Bit high though :-) I was expecting a moving conveyer like in the airport ha ha ha. Magnificent work!
Yeah, maybe someone handing out Dem voter registration cards? Thanks, Clayton!
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  April 19, 2016
Quoting Tom Simon That is great stuff, down the line. Great capture of human figures, and you know I have a fondness for your nano city-scapes.
Good to hear from you, Tom, old pal!
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  April 19, 2016
Quoting Elio Salsano Hi there, The map is fantastic. And so is the sculpture in white. Really good! Greetz, Elio
Thanks, Dude!
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  April 19, 2016
Quoting David Roberts Some super models. I especially like the use of the 1x2 grilles to make the tiered seating in the stadium. The giant goddess is nicely sculpted too.
Thanks, David! The city was a fun build.
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  April 18, 2016
Epicness! How much salt can those racks hold? Wait...
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  April 18, 2016
Brilliant builds all around! Well done, and good luck!
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  April 18, 2016
As far as I could, I have followed the whole on Flickr. Excellent work all together.
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  April 18, 2016
Fantastic stuff Barto, the Kobol map and Desert Walker really stand out to me. Great job
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  April 17, 2016
hahah, great idea uploading all at once! Kobol! Just glorious. What a shock you did that. Funny I almost did Caprica. The pillar of salt is neat as is your mixed bag entry, very cool use of parts and cool walker. And the wall against truth, brilliant!
  April 17, 2016
You toaster brain! I was being sarcastic when I said you could post all your entries in one page. XP GFB is gonna skin you for this. Actually, I may hang out with a beer and watch that. Anyways, I won't bother with critiques here and just give scores. Grrrr. Mapped Out (cat. 24) = 5. Coat of Arms (cat. 17) = 3. Mythological Figure (cat. 14) = 5. Mystery Bag (cat. 30) = 3. New Yorker (cat. 5) = 4. Opera (cat. 26) = 5. I'll deliver punches at BW from her. ;)
 I like it 
  April 17, 2016
Multiple likes for these fine MOCs! The Pavarotti- scene has a wonderful atmosphere, I like this most here... Kudos!
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  April 17, 2016
So much skill here, I see a bunch of fives! Good luck.
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  April 17, 2016
Awesome and varied work! Love that map especially, just beautiful micro work!
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  April 17, 2016
Fantastic, I've loved seeing these accumulate on Flickr. You have my admiration for such excellent builds, but I think Lot's wife is really the next level. AMAZING!
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  April 17, 2016
Of course in some sense I can... very hard to pick a favourite but I think Lot's wife does it for me. The rough edges of a brick sculpture really evoke the idea of a person turned to salt.
 I like it 
  April 17, 2016
Wow, 6 excellent MOCs in just 4 weeks! I'm extremely impressed by the variety on display here, I wish I could give it multiple Likes!
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  April 17, 2016
Multiple awesomes!
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  April 17, 2016
What a diversity! Looks like the master has been busy for a while :-). Great creations. A pleasure to watch, thanks for sharing.
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  April 17, 2016
awesome!:D
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  April 17, 2016
Excellent job on all the categories, Barto! I really like the WWII sand tripod walker thing :) When I saw the thumbnail I mistook it Rush's "Moving Pictures" for the album category! Anyways nice work as usual. Best of luck with the judges!
 I like it 
  April 17, 2016
Wow dude, they are all awesome! That pillar of salt sculpture is really outstanding, love it, as well as the Kobol prop. Hehe. Pavarotti is a good one, too. No need to look him up! Best of luck! ~Cheers
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  April 17, 2016
Excellent, Pavarotti (didn't even need to read who it was to recognize it, and I'm not even much of a fan) and the sculpture steal the show. Nice job on throwing them all at once on the judges' heads.
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  April 17, 2016
All entries are awesome, I like the most the map and coat of arms.
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  April 17, 2016
Brilliant entries El Barto! Love the detailing of the micro city. Your brick built figures are amazing. Love sir Hiliary's wall. Bit high though :-) I was expecting a moving conveyer like in the airport ha ha ha. Magnificent work!
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  April 17, 2016
That is great stuff, down the line. Great capture of human figures, and you know I have a fondness for your nano city-scapes.
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  April 17, 2016
Hi there, The map is fantastic. And so is the sculpture in white. Really good! Greetz, Elio
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  April 17, 2016
Some super models. I especially like the use of the 1x2 grilles to make the tiered seating in the stadium. The giant goddess is nicely sculpted too.
 
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