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Note to self -- no more trying to build and photograph large constructions until I have a lighting system that can accommodate them. A build table that can fit the entire thing on it with no overhang would help too.




So mister-constantly-changes-his-user-name-but-it-always-has-something-to-do-with-eggs says the hollow studs of BURPs and LURPs should be covered, and generally I have to agree. Here I covered some and left some exposed because... it adds a bit of different texture. Yeah, we'll go with that. Definitely not because I'm too lazy to do them all.




"All right, 28 millidemisemiquavers. Enter it in the pad."
*Sigh...* "Why?"
"What do you mean why? Because it's your job."
"For one, it's always 28, it never changes. For another, if it ever did change, the computer would record it automatically. For yet another, even assuming this was necessary, how in the world is this a two man job?"




I keep thinking of this as a monorail, despite the fact that it clearly has two rails.




"I don't know what it is, but every time I have to go outside, I just get this feeling that something terrible is going to happen to me."
"Oh, that's ridiculous. You're being paranoid, red shirt."
"Quit calling me that! I have a name, you know!"
"I don't want to know it. I can't get too attached, in case --"
"In case WHAT?!"
"Nothing, never mind..."




The near-vacuum outside makes for a perfect natural refrigerator. As Dave prepares to wheel in yet another 50-gallon drum of ranch dressing, he wonders how the boss manages to stay so thin at the rate he consumes the stuff. "He dips his bacon in it, for god's sake!"




Sam, a fierce individualist who prefers to rock the Futuron style, never quite fit in at this pseudo-classic base. Having decided to see how far he can push it before getting fired, he figures parking on the boss's private landing pad is guaranteed to blow his co-workers' weak little buttoned-down conformist minds.




However, his employee access code doesn't work at the boss's door. Sam can only shake his head in rueful admiration. "Bastard! He may be a pompous blowhard, but he's always thinking two moves ahead!"




"Do you think we can get the boss to eat a vegetable every now and then? I mean, we have to pump out the septic system on a weekly basis! The guy's killing us!"
"I'll dance on his grave. He's a heart attack waiting to happen. Over-under in the office pool is two years -- I took the under."




In a rare move of planning ahead, I build the "refrigerator" ceiling with trans-clear bricks, to let in more light for picture-taking. And it was still a bitch getting decent shots in here.




When he gets to really hating his boring desk job, Fred has to remind himself that working outdoors involves wearing a stuffy spacesuit -- and that his embarrassing gastrointestinal disorder makes that a pretty unsavory proposition.




"Uh-oh, looks like we got another native going all Tiananmen Square on us."
"Native? That's a Martian. We're not on Mars."
"Whatever, these aliens all look the same to me."
"Technically on this planet, we're the aliens."
"Oh, for Christ's sake -- I think someone's watched Avatar a few too many times. I'm calling in the Space Police to crack some non-human skull!"




"What's your problem, anyway? We're faux-classic space -- you know, the guys who are into peaceful exploration and living in harmony with the native population."
"Ha! Classic Space never had to deal with a native population! I guess it's pretty easy to live in harmony with hypothetical beings... Serve some time with the Mars Mission like I did, hippie. Then you'd know these things for the filthy animals they are."
"Um, that's a Life on Mars Martians, not a Mars Mission Martian..."
"Quiet, hippie! The Space Police aren't above whomping alien-lovers too!"




May the legend live on forever.




"Hmm, Substation A is registering 27.99989 millidemisemiquavers. Make a note of that."
"Oh you better believe I will! Hot damn! This is the most exciting thing we've seen all week!"
"Knock it off. In this economy, just be glad you still have a job."




The only reason the diorama was built was so I'd have a backdrop for the MGS mk II. Yes, really.




The original MGS lacked a bit in the style department, so the crew got an upgrade.




Gotta have room for a Speedy unit.




Because of course, Speedy needs no upgrade. It was a perfect design from the get-go.




A fourth man was added so that on those long missions away from the base, the crew could at least play a proper game of Hearts.




"There has to be a toilet in one of these cupboards..."




Time to build the rover -- two or three days.
Time to build the diorama -- five or six weeks.




For some reason I started documenting what music I listened to during construction. Eschewing personal mixes, I went with original albums to provide the soundtrack for this build. I'm a persnickety old man who glares with suspicion at you kids and your newfangled gadgets with digital playlist whatsits -- I spent thousands of dollars over the years amassing my CD library, and by gum and by gosh I'm going to play those discs! So as you enjoy some random detail shots, I present, in chronological order, the soundtrack to the creation of Skunk Base N:




The Who - Who's Next
Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland
Jethro Tull - Aqualung
Yes - The Yes Album
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Dr. Dre - The Chronic




Beatles - Abbey Road
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St.
The Doors
Jimi Hendrix - Axis: Bold as Love
AC/DC - High Voltage
Deep Purple - Machine Head




Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
Rush - Caress of Steel
Traffic - The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys
Black Sabbath
Big Brother & the Holding Company - Cheap Thrills
Sublime - 40 oz. to Freedom




Santana - Abraxas
Scorpions - Animal Magnetism
Beethoven - 5th and 6th Symphonies
Led Zeppelin - IV
Bob Marley - Rastaman Vibration
Metallica - Master of Puppets
James Brown - JB40: 40th Anniversary Collection




Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Grateful Dead - Workingman's Dead
Boston
Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers




Lynyrd Skynyrd - Second Helping
Bach - Brandenburg Concertos 1-6
Nirvana - Unplugged in New York
The Doors - L.A. Woman
Cream - Disraeli Gears
Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow




Beatles - White Album
Van Halen - II
Stevie Ray Vaughan - The Sky is Crying
Depeche Mode - Violator
Montrose
Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic
The Guess Who - American Woman




Steve Miller - Fly Like an Eagle
Heart - Dreamboat Annie
Thoth - Maiden Flight
ZZ Top - Fandango!
Fugees - The Score
AC/DC - Highway to Hell




I really wanted to do a cutaway with some sort of interior hangar scene behind those bay doors. It was not a lack of parts that kept me from doing that, though I'm sure that would eventually have become an issue. No, the reason is because the dio as it is now already takes up my entire build table -- about 2 x 4 feet.




For some reason, red shirt feels no vindication whatsoever when his gut feeling is proven correct...





Comments

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  July 3, 2014
Beautiful work and excellent modelling!
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  February 16, 2014
wooooow this is amazing ..I am really impressed !!!!!
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  February 8, 2014
This is just perfect! And frankly, it's not AT ALL that noticeable that you used BURPs anyway ;) and your taste in music is good as well, all "golden oldies" - I even own vinyls of most of those!
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  August 14, 2013
Wow, fantastic MOC with a lot of nice details.
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  August 24, 2012
Oh, a whole world of neo-classic-space! Blush and smile ...
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  July 14, 2012
Can I come over and play?
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  June 21, 2012
omg! Im making one kinda like this with my new baseplates. This is inspirational. 5/5! Any tips on cliff building?
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  June 16, 2012
love the details and the comentary with all the space references. I rank this beautiful build, LMAO to the commentary.
  March 24, 2012
Stunning! Rocks and mountainous terrain is difficult to get right - you've done extremely well there. The vehicles are nicely styled, as are the buildings. The details are fantastic and it looks great! It's interesting to know what music you were listening to at the time of the build. I can remember what I was listening to during my builds and I immediately think of the build when I hear the song. You have great musical tastes as well as aesthetic Lego tastes! I'm becoming more of a space fan every day and this creation is certainly having effects! ;-)
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  March 24, 2012
Now this a base! Nice build!
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  March 24, 2012
Ahhh, classic space. Where everyone is happy. Awesome build and congratulations.
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  March 24, 2012
Congrats on MOTD!
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  March 24, 2012
Wow this is awesome!!!One question,why is it called Skunk Base??
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  March 24, 2012
speechless.
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  March 24, 2012
wow, that's one epic place. nice trawler to.
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  March 24, 2012
Wow! wonderful build! And yes I do use those new listening devices.
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  March 24, 2012
...Even if the Red shirt's final gut feeling was a lot of sharp, stabbing pains...
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  March 24, 2012
This MOC is what the joy of LEGO is all about. So glad it got recycled as MOTD.
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  March 24, 2012
O M G this brought back so many memories. Excellent update.
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  March 24, 2012
Great classic build! Happy MOTD, this certainly deserves it!
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  March 24, 2012
old school awesomeness! A+++++
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  March 24, 2012
I have no words to describe this wonderfull old school lego construction!only awesome!i love classic space!
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  March 24, 2012
Fantastic! Awesome dio, and the ships and ground craft are excelent too!
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  December 11, 2011
Didn't see that coming!
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  November 17, 2011
impressive by its size and details!
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  November 9, 2011
This MOC fills me with joy and inner peace. Awesome job!
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  August 22, 2011
Awesome!
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  July 12, 2011
I listen to the same exact bands u do. i <3 dark side of the moon.
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  June 14, 2011
Ohh... I wish I have it in my home. Totally awesome.
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  March 26, 2011
this is quite possibly the BEST THING I HAVE EVER SEEN ONE MOCpages!!!!! its detailed and looks just like a real classic space,exept yours is not so tacky or rubbish and i find thins one of the funniest and amusing MOCs too!! i would pay megabucks for this!! 200000 out of 10 i would also be most honured is you would chech out some of my MOCs too please. well done you have worked your magic again and brought a massive chunk of brick heaven down to our crummy earth
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  March 25, 2011
Wow! One of the best creations I have seen!
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  February 18, 2011
Good ol' Lego Space. Brilliant work as always mate :)
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  February 14, 2011
That barrel-of-ranch-dressing bit still cracks me up...
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  February 9, 2011
awesome!!! and very funny dialogues :D
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  December 11, 2010
It kinda reminds me of the MoonBase from Lego Universe
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  December 8, 2010
Sweet! This thing is MASSIVE!
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  October 18, 2010
Wow this looks awesome alot of detail on this keep on the good work
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  September 4, 2010
wow
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  August 19, 2010
yay caress of steel :)
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  June 29, 2010
So I'm looking at this and my son's looking over my shoulder. He's 5 and he says to me "Dad, that's blowin my mind!" I guess I have to rate that a 5 outta 5... Keep up the great CS work.
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  June 11, 2010
Awesome build! Love the commentary and the references to other Space themes. I enjoyed looking through the pictures and reading through it.
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  May 18, 2010
Eclectic musical taste aside, there are some major Laygoes skills going on here. And, I love that writing.
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  May 13, 2010
WOW thats a lot of burps!
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  May 8, 2010
I love it! I am hoping to do some classic space themed stuff soon too! Its what got me into Lego when I was a kid!
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  May 8, 2010
the star trek red shirt reference was hilarious. great moc.
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  May 7, 2010
Interesting. Mother nature deplores a void it has been said, and that which was created by KG leaving, just seems to have been filled. As for the fridge idea - it would only work as long as there is no sun shining in that area. Otherwise it would be incredibly hot. Of course that would depend on the distance of said base from the sun to begin with. And for the build? I like it. Lee. PS: smokin' soundtrack!
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  May 7, 2010
incredible!
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  May 7, 2010
I love it when a plan comes together...As always: a truly enjoyable MOC, great presentation and a great sense of humor! And then there's your style of music, man, you are a wild one!
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  May 7, 2010
This is a jaw-droppingly huge build. Great presentation by the way. ~ Ghostman :)
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  May 7, 2010
Incredible Job! I loved the comentary!
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  May 6, 2010
Consider the large communications array idea stolen!!!! With your permission of course.
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  May 6, 2010
thats amazing. very well done. probably one of the best sci-fi mocs ive ever seen
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  May 6, 2010
In one word fantastic. And your taste of music is not bad too !!
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  May 6, 2010
Too funny. And bacon dipped in ranch dressing sounds great!
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  May 5, 2010
It is so very awesome ... yeah space police is somehow racist ... you have a good taste of music^^
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  May 5, 2010
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  May 5, 2010
completely awsome
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  May 5, 2010
Great diorama, awsome taste of music
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  May 5, 2010
I like that, very detailed. Great work ! Keep on brikin' ...
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  May 5, 2010
Great work as always. The diorama is stunning. Besides the excellent main vehicle, the dialogue and song choices are also amazing. -Sam
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  May 4, 2010
as always, a great build with great writing
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  May 3, 2010
AWESOME!!!!!
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  May 2, 2010
Dang dirty hippie with your stoner rock! Anyway, yet again, the detail you put into your builds makes my head hurt and makes my eyes glaze over. Love the classic use of classic space!
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  May 2, 2010
Even his bacon? What's next, his corndogs? Fantastic and hilarious build.
  May 1, 2010
Simply incredible. I can not yet fathom a work of this magnitude. Six weeks well spent! Thank you.
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  May 1, 2010
Hahaha, Red-shirts be stoopid. Pretty rad playlist you had, but where's the Vanilla Ice? Milli Vanilli? Hansen? Flock of Seagulls? Air Supply?! Fantabulously Classicy, Spacey, awesomey goodness.~H
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  May 1, 2010
I have to say, one detail sticks out to me is the sense of movement you get from the redshirt and the yellow guy. In fact, the main pic and the first pic, where you can just see those two in the bottom right, something about them appears the most realistic interaction of legomen movement and their environment I have seen so far. This is an amazing build.
Shannon Young
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Blake Von-Bül
  April 30, 2010
Very...big. Good music. That's what my dad likes, and what he trained me to like.
  April 30, 2010
So much detail! And not to mention anything classic space is awesome :) love the picture captions also and you got some good taste in music ;)
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  April 30, 2010
That landing pad is awesome.
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  April 30, 2010
From one crusty old fart to another, this diorama took me back to the early 70's when I just a little snot and I got my first Lego set. It was a small dump truck that used tiny metal bars as axles for the wheels. Even more amazing is that I still have these pieces despite all the others I've lost or broken over the years. Thanks for making me remember something good from that long ago.
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  April 30, 2010
When I see things like this, I want to buy many more 1x2 trans yellow bricks, and old light grey. Finding building hard to get back into after all the animating coursework. Great job, keep it up, Classic Space need more builders!
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  April 30, 2010
Wow! Just too cool! Great job! I love the diorama and all the talk! :D Skunkriffic! Oh yeah, N stands for Ni! XD
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  April 30, 2010
This is just lovely, no doubts about it. Could you post this on Research & Design, it would be wonderful to for everyone to learn from this on detail, layout, space and relation, doing scenescapes...
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  April 30, 2010
very cool! realistic and awsome! nice mix of old and new. keep it up.
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  April 30, 2010
Amazingly Beautiful with all the Rock Structures and buildings! Great job with the nnenn cameo (RIP nnenn), and the last picture was really funny! ~Ryan
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  April 30, 2010
AWESOME with Caps Lock on... I like the reference to nnenn. It made me sad, because I only heard of him until after he passed away. Sorry, this is a comment on your creation, not nnenn... I am sorry, but I can't rate it higher than 5...
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  April 30, 2010
Superb build. Chock full of very cool details, and nothing but the dio providing the backdrop. Loads of good humour and great presentation, and a man who can go from Hendrix to Dre in just a few CDs - sounds like the mixture of discs in my car. Thanks, this is great.
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  April 29, 2010
Gee, where's the OMG.AWHZUM 100000 button?
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  April 29, 2010
I hate the fact that I cannot rate it more than 5...
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  April 29, 2010
Fantastic! Fascinating! Wonderful! Amazing! Astounding! This is a terrific diorama, rover, monorail thing, classic space Build! The best classic space I've ever seen!
  April 29, 2010
Man, that is just epic and spacey. I gotta say, I am a bit jealous of all those rock pieces. After buying a bunch to expand my collection, I've got about ten.
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  April 29, 2010
Haha, I love the Tiananmen Square part, it is classic. The backdrop is simply amazing, how do you find the time? Like really... ~Waff
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  April 29, 2010
exellent work. great music, but you got me at the end with no hanger scene boo hoo, great work would have liked 1 photo of the entire moc, I love things on this scale.
  April 29, 2010
I don't really want to tell you how I feel about this, because so many hours of work went into it...but then, you don't really care anyway :D I don't like the limited colour palette. Basically there's just grey and blue. How boring. OK, probably my critique could be narrowed down to "Why, just why did you build classic space?" or something...perhaps I'm not old enough to see the awesomeness...
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  April 29, 2010
You know you live in Washington when anything that goes on a track above ground level is automatically called a monorail.
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  April 29, 2010
The level of detail, sheer excellence in the overall build, painstaking time this must have taken, and the fact that we have a lot of the same CD’s just wowed me on this build. This has to be one of the greatest base builds I have ever seen. Bravo Sir, bravo.
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  April 29, 2010
I look at this and wish to weep, this is classic space heaven, thankyou...
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  April 29, 2010
I think this is my new favorite in the diorama category. And you've got great taste in music too... even if there's not, sadly, a Starship Trooper in this scene ;-)
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  April 29, 2010
This is amazing!
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  April 29, 2010
While my work is frequently more mixed media than just Lego, and rarely purist, I still find something really special about seeing large scale, straight up classic feeling creations like this beauty here. It's a strange analogy, but kind of like being in the city for months, and then waking up one morning to step off of the porch of a cabin on Lake Quinault...crisp, clean, refreshing, and the way the universe intended things to be! Brilliant work, Shannon!
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  April 29, 2010
There is just far too much awesomeness to list, but I'll try. The Rover is of course top notch, and I also love the monorail. The stark contrast from the base to the gray rock is nice too. ~T
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  April 29, 2010
By the love of Zeus, this is amazing! It's complete and lively, and of course Red Shirt jokes are always funny :)
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  April 29, 2010
WOW! That is a pretty amazing scene, especially the MGS mk2 and the "monorail". Those music choices are amazing considering you just named the better part of what is on my Ipod right down to the album! 5/5.
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  April 29, 2010
So much detail! its to much to take in! *unconscious* man i love this, and the tribute you put in ^_^
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  April 29, 2010
The best detail IMO are the vents (2/3 of the parts hidden in the rocks). I like the "monorail" and the MGS too.
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  April 29, 2010
Those first two album choices are the best, like EVER! Sorry my love for The Who and Jimi are getting in the way of loving the MOC. You really built all this just to show off a new version of the rover? Genius.
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  April 29, 2010
Speedy dinged the total awesomeness of this diorama. So instead, it's "just" almost totally awesome. I keep going back to its picture and it seems it does not belong. Is it the red slope? the studs on top? I can't quite figure it out. Oh well ... And thanks for reminding us once more the legend that is Nnenn. Peace!
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  April 29, 2010
See, that wasn't so hard now was it? Seriously cool diorama man. A great idea to have it walled in, providing it's own backdrop and as Goldman says, nothing but bricks in the photo. The upgraded MGS does have style, although the original had a sort of rugged, utilitarian charm.
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  April 29, 2010
This is the first thing I see today and I now want it to be the last and only thing. It's great!
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  April 29, 2010
Truly, quite impressive. Some it is a bit simple and repetitive, but it seems to fit the Neo Classic Space theme quite well. Nice job all around. Good day
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  April 29, 2010
Stick it to the man, Sam!
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  April 29, 2010
You have a lot of grey. I'd wonder where you got it from, but I probably already know the answer.
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  April 28, 2010
Fantastic work, Shannon. Amongst the action, I loved the "monorail," rocks, and the circular pipe. Great work all around. -Dylan
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  April 28, 2010
Funny, with great details. Love the fridge area; wouldn't mind being able store food outside like that. The album list is indeed impressive; I'd listen to most of those albums myself.
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  April 28, 2010
Super awesome Shannon... SUPER AWESOME.
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  April 28, 2010
Am I the only dork who picked out a Red Dwarf reference? Yeah, probably... Really nice dio here ShannY! Only got yourself a 2x4 foot table huh? Yeap, that's about what I've got. Not that I have the talent to fill up that much room to begin with, but at least I HAVE to keep my workspace clear. Thanks for all the giggles! ~ Chris.
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  April 28, 2010
Very impressive! It's quite the build for your said tiny building space. I also found your music list quite entertaining...can't say I've ever seen Nirvana and Bach right next to each other though. That's not a common playlist mixture. (Oh, and I might mention that reading that amount of 70's and 80's bands nearly killed me. Just sayin'.)
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  April 28, 2010
Well worth the wait! Takes me back, except the black spaceman, never had one of those, yet... My relocation package is coming thru next week, and a bricklinking I shall go! Gotta' get back in the game. Gotta' get access to the bricks too, been living in a hotel for 6 weeks, and have 6 more weeks to go before my new place will be ready. But enough about my tale of woe! The "bus", as my 2 year old calls it, is sweet, beefy looking like an interplanetary equivalent of an H2.
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  April 28, 2010
Commander, I love speedy, ubt only know like six of those musicians ya listed, sir.
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  April 28, 2010
A truly sensational build. Great job sir. ZZTop FTW!!!
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  April 28, 2010
This MOC was made with love, because it was made to Metallica and Van Halen.
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  April 28, 2010
This is quite simply a jewel. Love the use of the fences as shelves for the containers and the quarter curved panels for the giant tube. Lots of subtle touches and a great story. Fantastic!
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  April 28, 2010
I may have some trouble on my hands if there's another MOs this year....
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  April 28, 2010
I nearly pished myself when I read the "Going all Tiananmen square on us" part. The humor of this was so funny, and the build is so excellent.
  April 28, 2010
I find it somewhat humorous that the 'MGS' depicted in this diorama looks very little like the original one. Heh. Another thing I found humorous, was the fact that I knew only two music pieces in that whole list… (Beethoven’s symphonies)... Anyway - neat build, Shannon!
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  April 28, 2010
Awesome looking diorama, with plenty of details all around! Also, thats a pretty extensive playlist =)
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  April 28, 2010
Wow. That is awesome. Really. Goldmanesque dio. Great vehicle. Incomplete sentences. Oh wait, that's just my review. Great build and humorous write up.
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  April 28, 2010
Ladies and gentle men, he's back!
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  April 28, 2010
Sometimes I find myself feeling a bit like ole Red Shirt here... Peace ~ Packie
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  April 28, 2010
I love the combination of newer and older styles. And i'm sure the lego community will appreciate the nnenn reference. Great MOC.
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  April 28, 2010
Good ol' classic space. Nice job on the tribute.
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  April 28, 2010
Very nice, good job, I always love your creations, I was sooooo happy when I got an inbox message saying a new one from you was out!
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  April 28, 2010
Very cool and humorous diorama. Neo Classic Space done right!
 
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