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MOC Athalon Total Annihilation Entry: Steampunk
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About this creation







First of is the little Steam Ship, which helps maintain the Moving, Floating Rock. Wow, horrible name, right?


Teh' left side.


The back, which is probably the most Steampunk-ish part of the ship.


Detail.


He doesn't look too happy.


And the next, final, and biggest part of the MOC, the Moving, Floating, Rock. Damn, still don't have any other idea of what to call it.


The little imperial dude, looking at, uh, Seagulls?


The Steam-engine.


Back of the engine


Propellers that propel the floating rock.


The little tree.


The root detail.


And as the final picture, a slightly artistic shot.

Thanks for looking!



Comments

  February 22, 2010
It feels a bit disjointed to me. Three points (3). Lee.
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  February 20, 2010
Cool, love the floating rock idea
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  February 19, 2010
very cool!
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  February 19, 2010
The engine design is very good. I consider steampunk fairly difficult to build in so good job working with what appears to be a limited palette.
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  February 19, 2010
Hmmm. Floating rock and flying ship. It's fine. I've seen it done. You did well, but you'll need a little more creativity to get extra points. I award 3 points to this creation.
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  February 19, 2010
Good work! The propellers are a nice touch! 4/5!
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  February 19, 2010
great job here. keep em coming.
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  February 19, 2010
Quoting Yuri Fassio Well done. The idea od installing a propeller on a floating rock is kinda new around here (not outside, though. Clever nontheless), and you made it very well. I like the details on the engine. Yet your flyer looks more futuristic than steampunkish (maube some tan droid arms and a bukier engine would have helped there). Still, this is worth 3 and change.
Yah, the flier was sort of a fail, but the MOC would be sorta' plain and boring without it.
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  February 19, 2010
Well done. The idea od installing a propeller on a floating rock is kinda new around here (not outside, though. Clever nontheless), and you made it very well. I like the details on the engine. Yet your flyer looks more futuristic than steampunkish (maube some tan droid arms and a bukier engine would have helped there). Still, this is worth 3 and change.
 
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