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This is me, Ian. Now you may be thinking: "Wait a minute, didn't you already post a Sig-fig?" The truth is yes I did, but upon looki...
This 8x8 vignette is my entry for "the great ouch contest". It depicts the literal "downsides" of cliff diving...like missing the water entir...
A Christmas Carol
This is a Lego tower displaying five 12x8 vignettes. Each level depicts a key moment in one of Charles Dickens most beloved works: "...
A Walking Contradiction
This is just a fun little min-figure I designed. Special thanks to Paul Vermeesch (check out his page) for showing me this tec...
This is my first Lord of the Rings post, and I hope there will be many more. I am a huge fan. The Lord of the Rings, are some of my favorite ...
My 50th MOC! Technically it's actually my 51st though, because I deleted a MOC way back. This entire vignette was built around the ...
Bard slays Smaug
So I decided to open this one with the artistic shot. Here we have Bard the Bowman slaying the dragon Smaug (with the black arrow) o...
Barrels out of Bond
Barrels out of Bond. This is my entry for Aidan Moon's 8x8 Hobbit Contest. My creation depicts the scene in which Bilbo Baggins h...
Blacksmith Shop Duel
Pirates of the Caribbean Lego! This is my entry for Lee Muzzy's 18x12 (or smaller) "Famous light-saber/sword duel contest"; a t...
Boromir of Gondor
Here is yet another Lord of the Rings post. This mini-fig of Boromir I created more based off of the movie interpretation of him. T...
This is a mini-fig of Bruce Wayne, (a.k.a Batman), in his League of Shadows attire from the movie: "Batman Begins". Enjoy!
Captains Quarters. Here is another "Pirates of the Caribbean" MOC, displaying Captain Barbossa! I didn't base the build off the mov...
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I built a little Christmas Tree to celebrate the occasion. The tree design is not originally mine...
Here is my long awaited entry for the "Out of your Comfort Zone" contest. I was given the theme: City/Cityscape. And I admit it was rather ...
Here is a mini-fig of Cobb, one of the main characters from the thrilling movie: Inception. Enjoy!
Eagle of the Ninth
"The Eagle of the Ninth" (by Rosemary Sutcliff) is one of my favorite books (if you have not read it yet, I highly recommend it). T...
Edmund & Tumnus
First I would just like to say that this was almost 100% inspired by Paul Vermeesch's: "The Lamppost". The fawn was not originally my...
Far from home
Somewhere in the snow-swept wilderness of Siberia, an exhausted wanderer waits for the next train. This vignette was actually partly ins...
FOTR Contest Winners
Here is the "MOC of Honor", announcing the winners of the Fellowship of the Ring: "LOTR Trilogy Contests". Before we go on, I wo...
Gandalf & Frodo
Here are two more Lego Lord of the Rings mini-figs: Gandalf the Grey and Frodo Baggins. (So far all my mini-figs are totally Lego pur...
This is my Lego representation of Gimli (the dwarf), a character from the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, written by professor J.R.R. Tolkien. (An...
This vignette depicts a gladiatorial duel, in which on of the combatants is getting snared in the others' net--a common weapon in the anci...
High King Peter of Narnia
This is my simple Lego representation of Peter from C.S.Lewis' brilliant work: "The Chronicles of Narnia". Sorry about the p...
It was time to do an old western. Here we see jail bird Nimrod Roya (the best name I could think of), who happens to be the fiercest outlaw ...
Legolas, (literally; "Lego"las), was a great elven warrior, and one of the nine companions who formed "The fellowship of the Ring" in the "Lor...
A character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, for his Sherlock Holmes short stories; Lestrade is an inspector of the Scotland Yard police/d...
MIT Round 1. Ian vs Timinater!
Echo Bracket Category: "You Must Be This Tall..." The objective was to build an amusement park ride, so I unimaginativ...
MIT Round 2. Ian vs Heath
Echo Bracket Category/Quote: "Show me the money!" This is my entry for Round2 of the MIT. I went with the classic wealthy mo...
MocOlympics Round 1: Spring
It's incredible what can be found in rabbit holes, especially after a long, cold winter! Our biologist friend here is disc...
I decided I wanted to design a Sig-Fig of myself, end of story. Oh, and any one who knows me on here, would tell you that my hair is a lit...
It's a Ninja in a Dojo! This is my second entry (#2) for the flexible fig contest. I was somewhat unsatisfied with my first one (Parkour), so I ...
Here is another Lord of the Rings Post. What I've done here is redesigned, to one extent or another, my Aragorn, Legolas, and Gimli mini-...
This is my first entry (#1) for the flexible mini-figs contest. Here we have a free-runner doing a back-flip off a wall (parkour). This was a...
Perpetua was a christian martyr of the third century, who was executed in the Roman Coliseum. The story of her death is remarkable. None of ...
One of the nine; this is my Lego Ring-wraith design (a.k.a Nazgul or Black Rider) from the "Lord of the Rings". Please feel free to comm...
This is a mini-fig of Marshall Cogburn, with his two guns 'a-blazin', from the 2010 film: "True Grit". Enjoy!
ROTK Contest Winners
Hello folks! And welcome to the final "LOTR Trilogy Contests" MOC of Honor; for the Return of the King winners! This is your host...
A sailor in the Royal Navy of England (1700's). ... ...
Storming of the Bastille
Category: France. This is my entry for the "Lego World Contest", it depicts the storming of the Bastille (as obviously indic...
I got the idea for this vignette pretty early on in my MOCpages "career", but have only recently got around to actually building it. Her...
This is my third (#3) and final entry for LWC guys flexible fig contest. It is on a 6x6 base and depicts a Ninja balancing on a stem of ...
The Lincoln Memorial
To begin, I incorporate Lego into my education whenever I can. The assignment was to research an important (American) National M...
The Monk's Cell
This vignette depicts medieval era monk in his cell, hence its name: "The Monk's Cell". Please comment and rate.
And people say Rapunzel had it rough? This creation is pretty much a random table-scrap that's been sitting on my shelf for over a month (fi...
From The Lord of the Rings. King Theoden of Rohan. ... ...
This is a mini-figure of the mythological Scandinavian god of thunder: Thor. He is often referred to in Viking lore. Enjoy!
Two Towers contest Winners
Hello everyone! And welcome to Orthanc! This is your host Ian Spacek. Seeing as we have just finished "LOTR Trilogy Contes...
This vignette depicts William Tyndale, in a small stone room, translating the Bible into English. As some may already know, Tyndale is credit...
Ugly & Charming
I am not a huge Shreck fan, but as soon as I put the princes Leia hair on the clone trooper head (The Clone Wars clone heads are so u...
Why is the rum gone?
"But why is the rum gone!?!?" Poor Jack! This is just a fun little Pirates of the Caribbean vignette I made. Hope you enjoy, and...
Okay, first off I did not originally build this for MOCpages. I had a presentation on a research paper I had written and created this for my...
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