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Doom Anvil of Suffering
So, basically I needed to think up of something western that is painful and amusing. Unfortunatly, some politically correct environmentallists might not have the same views about 'amusing pain', so getting shot or cut open 5 times may not be valid. So, I went cartoon and came up with this. Presenting... Anvil Suffering.
About this creation
My entry for the Great OUCH! Contest #2 by Hunter Russ. This is my first competition I have joined so far, as I missed the Mocathon. Darnit! :(

Also my entry for the 8x8 Vignette contest.



So, a Cowboy/Ranger/Delinquent Hippie has decided to drop an Anvil on a resting outlaw. Why exactly he lugged it all the way up there is beyond me.



A better image, in case you were too stubborn to capture the concept. Mind you, I don't actually blame you for that.



Front view.



Side view.



Another side view.



Back view. Nothing here.



Top view. A rock accelerates at about 10 metres per second if met by no air resistance, so a chunk of reinforced metal shooting straight down can cause some pain.



Bottom view. Completly 8x8, with no overhang. A complete cut-away too.



The sand technique. A mixuture of Biege and yellow, with lots of rock on top caused by wind erosion and all that.



The rock technique. Basically, studs, cheese slopes and tiles make up the floor.



The outlaw.



Our Gallant and morbidible Hero.



The outlaw's view of the situation.



The Hero's View of the situation.



How the anvil was kept in midair. An Exo-force tube cut into 4' long.



The vig without figs or anvil. Violence and hotchpotch aside, a fairly nice desert scenery.



The sand.



The rock face.



The ledge.



The minifigs. Finally, you can actually see the expression on the outlaw's face.



Oh, the anvil can come too.



The anvil. Simple design, not very complex.



A sneak peek at my next creation. NOW the outlaw has something to be scared about. I'll be uploading this soon, just have to get on top of all my creations where i've taken pics but haven't uploaded them.

And thats that. This will probably be my only entry to this contest, so I would like to thank Hunter Russ for running this competetion. Thanks also the the judges for having to waste their time to see this, and good luck to the rest of the competition. We are a bit low on numbers, and so if anyone wants to join or make sure that I don't get 1st place, you are more than welcome. The link is above. ^

Be sure to Check out my other creations, and please rate and comment!



Comments

 I made it 
  July 12, 2011
Quoting Mortalswordsman . This is excellent. 100 times better than my entry. I love the scenery and the anvil and the expression on his face. If I was a judge I would give it 10/10. I will check out your other mocs shortly.
Heh, you just beat me. Who saw that one coming? :P
 I like it 
  June 10, 2011
For the Vignette Contest: Nice work! Good concept and creative idea. As for the figs, they are a bit basic. The bodies are...'eh', but get the message across. A little more detail on the outlaw would go a long way. Maybe a shoulder bag or the bullet-vest torso of a Jake Raines would help too. So 1/3 for the figs. The scenery is nice, and the blend of color for the sand is really creative, as well as the upside down rocks. A little colorful, but nice. 4/5. Concept is genius! Sweet idea and I love hte anvil and 'hanging' techniques. 2/2! FINAL SCORE: 7/10!
 I made it 
  May 27, 2011
Sweet. Thanks guys!
Andrew Evans
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Mitchell Andre
  May 26, 2011
I love the "drop an anvil on his head" idea; it is very remenicent of Road Runner and the Cyotye. As grill said far too colorful to be a desert, but that being said I know what it's like not having enough of the right colored pieces. Also, the figgs are to basic and post of the pieces used in them are from the Orient Expedition. 7/10
 I like it 
  May 26, 2011
Very nice! I agree with the other judges, if there was not so much gray in the cliff it would have a more desert type look. But i really think you nailed that detail on the sand, its very nice! 8/10
 I made it 
  May 25, 2011
Quoting Sergeant Gril Good job! This Has so much action in just one small space. There is one thing that I do find a little off. That would be the cliff. I don't want to sound harsh or anything, but it looks REALLY busy with all those colors. Yes, I know that it's in the desert. But it still looks odd. Anyway I wonder were all the other judges are. Here goes my judging. 7/10 (the cliff could have been a little better. And the outlaw figure didn't look that evil). Great job though!;)
Thanks! I was quite low on pieces, but I could have done better. I'll keep that in mind.
 I like it 
  May 22, 2011
Good job! This Has so much action in just one small space. There is one thing that I do find a little off. That would be the cliff. I don't want to sound harsh or anything, but it looks REALLY busy with all those colors. Yes, I know that it's in the desert. But it still looks odd. Anyway I wonder were all the other judges are. Here goes my judging. 7/10 (the cliff could have been a little better. And the outlaw figure didn't look that evil). Great job though!;)
 I made it 
  May 22, 2011
Quoting Quad ????? I don't know why it's so funny to think of someone tossing an anvil onto an outlaw...but it is. Though too many pictures for such a simple creation.
Hmm... it is a contest entry, but I guess you're right. I'll keep that in mind.
 I like it 
  May 19, 2011
I don't know why it's so funny to think of someone tossing an anvil onto an outlaw...but it is. Though too many pictures for such a simple creation.
Andrew Evans
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Mitchell Andre
  May 18, 2011
Nice job! The idea is lots of fun, and I think you executed it nicely!
 I like it 
  April 17, 2011
Lol, nice work!
 I like it 
  April 1, 2011
AAHHHH! CHRUNCH!
Andrew Evans
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Hunter Russ
  March 31, 2011
I would give it on a scale of one to ten 9
 I made it 
  March 31, 2011
Quoting Mortalswordsman . This is excellent. 100 times better than my entry. I love the scenery and the anvil and the expression on his face. If I was a judge I would give it 10/10. I will check out your other mocs shortly.
Well, you're an AFOL, and Lego isn't a big part of life. It probably isn't going to be mine either soon...
 I like it 
  March 31, 2011
This is excellent. 100 times better than my entry. I love the scenery and the anvil and the expression on his face. If I was a judge I would give it 10/10. I will check out your other mocs shortly.
 
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