The second entry out of the three I must complete for the Flexible Figs contest. As I suggested, I made this entry Matrix-themed.
About this creation
As I suggested I would, I made this entry of a scene from the Matrix, specifically, the lobby scene. If you've seen the movie, you'll know what I'm talking about.
I'm not as proud of this vignette as I am of my last one, but my pride and joy on this entry is the minifig, which took hours and hours to figure out. I had to think outside the box to make his pose.
The idea for the offset of these battered plates was given to me by Titolian's "Frankenstein's Lab" . The reason the plates are scratched is because old gray is...well, old.
And here is "Neo". I had to use a horizontal 1/3 hinge attached to his torso by a hand wedged into his backbone. I used the rubber band to fill some gaps.
I apologize for the non-upload of my new Vic Viper that I promised last week. My parents got divorced a while back, and recently my mom bought and moved into a new house. She also took the computer that had the VV photos on it. Luckily, I upload most of my material on to my Flickr account befor5e it goes onto MOCpages, so you can find pictures of the "Kelma" HERE , they should be on the fourth page.
Thank you for taking the time to check this out, now I can get to work on my third entry.
Wow! Brilliantly done! All my hopes for winning this contest have officially been flushed away! Awesome work! And great use of that hinge piece! Say, I'm truly sorry to hear that about your parents, I'll be praying for you man. You're an awesome "MOCer"!!!
I'm sorry to hear that about your parents.
Using that hinge piece for the legs was brilliant! And the crumbling building is very well done also. (Never seen Matrix, so I've no idea how accurate it is, But all in all a very nice vig.)