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Amon Hen
About this creation
Dear MOCpages,

Due to both of our unique interests in Lord of the Rings and our supreme passion for the LEGO brick, we decided to combine them into a creation for Brickfair 2011. Because this was our first time for a collaborative display, we were both stretched and we had to overcome lots of difficulties together. Because of our unique building styles, we complemented each other well and our skills were well accented. Amon Hen was a ton of fun and you can definitely expect more from us in the future.

Signed,
Blake Baer and Jack Bittner






Stats about Amon Hen

-Consisting of 12(13) 32x32 baseplates
-Dimensions of 4' x 3'
-Approximating 75 pounds in total
-23 hours of build time
-More than 20,000+ pieces involving 1 Bricklink order, 1 LEGO order, 2 PaB canisters full of grass and 3 leaf pieces, large amounts of patience, and an excess of profanity was involved in the creation of this MOC.

Amon Hen

Amon Hen







































































The scene with Frodo and Sam. Note: Blake Baer had absolutely nothing to do with these swan boats. Please do not yell at him for being inconsistent with the movie. Thank you.

















Because the theme for Brickfair this year was NASA (kinda ironic), Jack and I decided to include a little easter egg in the shape of this guy here.







We tried to have 7-8 main sections of the MOC. This part of the ruins was probably my favorite of the ruin sections. This was a collaborative in every regard. 2 minds and 4 hands helped to build this part.







The sand green swamp was a space filler because we had that dried creek bed coming down, but then we ran out of pieces to continue the slate on the sides. A sand green marsh was our way out. It turned out pretty well I think and really flows with the rest of the creation.






Modularity

One of the first things Jack and I decided on, was that we were going to make setting up at Brickfair, as painless as possible. Because this was the biggest MOC either of us had built, we were a little stumped at the implications of something this size. We decided to make it modular (simply speaking, it fits together like a puzzle : ) which would allow us to pack it in smaller boxes instead of one huge refrigerator box. Amon Hen consists of 6, 32x64 segments. See images below*










Here you can see all 6 sections laid out.



This shot gives a small impression of the underneath of this. Tons of suspensions and other supports. My technic supply was exhausted in this project.

Well gents, there you have it! I really hope you guys liked it, and I would love to hear some feedback (criticism/suggestions/praise/other) from you!


Credits:
Jack Bittnerfor building this with me!
Stuartt Clark for your encouragement and contribution of bricks!
Sean and Steph Mayofor your support and donations!

Soli Deo Gloria!
~Blake Baer


One last picture...
Amon Hen



Comments

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  July 19, 2014
Wow...just...WOW!!!
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  June 25, 2014
Once again, I'm speechless at your and Jack's skill!
  March 16, 2014
wow nice building! I'am a starterbuilder. And a have a quistion for you,where do you buy al the bricks, do you have a adrress for me?
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  March 14, 2014
Awesome. This is truly amazing I love every bit. The way it comes apart is awesome too. Overall great build.
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  November 27, 2013
260 likes?! It deserves 10 times more!!! :)
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  November 24, 2013
Fantastic techniques and overall build.
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  October 12, 2013
Incredible! The detailed cliffs and vegetation are amazing! I love how you did the waterfall and the ruins too! Keep up the incredible work!
  October 8, 2013
Cool model, just like the part from the movie, love all your techniques and the detail.
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  July 24, 2013
I've looked at this like five times yet I have never commented? UNACCEPTABLE!!!! Anyway this is such an AWESOME build, tenfold! You've inspired me to use that water technique you've used, once I get my bricklink order, if I am allowed to order it.
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  June 9, 2013
Hah, I see you won the LOTR building contest over at LEGO.com. Very smart, I was completely surprised to see that happen. I would suspect that LEGO would not accept entries which were this good, beating the rest by FAR. Incredible work!
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  April 16, 2013
I saw this MOC in issue 19 (I think it was 19) of the BrickJournal! Great Job and congrats!
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  February 10, 2013
It's the best!
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  January 28, 2013
So super cool!!!!
  December 27, 2012
Wow... I am unable to comprehend the amount of blood, sweat, and tears that must have gone into this masterpiece. I salute you, good sir.
  December 13, 2012
Great job guys!!!! keep up the good work:how much did this cost to make?!?!
  August 28, 2012
One of the most beautiful and technically well executed models I have ever had the pleasure of gazing upon.
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  August 28, 2012
(Drops into a dead faint) Speechless...
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  August 7, 2012
All of those pieces... It's just not fair... ...Just not fair...
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  July 31, 2012
How did you make the river and waterfall?
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  June 22, 2012
the very best!
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  June 22, 2012
the very best!
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  June 22, 2012
the very best!
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  June 21, 2012
This moc is simply amazing!!! I'm a huge LotR fan and this thing blows me away! The sheer size of it is amazing! And the detail is glorious! I'm attempting my first decent size moc and I'm going to use this as a guide.
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  June 10, 2012
That is AWESOME!!!!!
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  June 8, 2012
Again, thank you all for the support! It means a ton to me.
Quoting Justin Lo Dang dude. Possibly the best moc i have ever seen. Must have been a pain building this. Tell me, how did you start? Also have you got the new Lotr lego sets yet?
First of all, I haven't purchased any LEGO LOTR sets yet. I am quite excited to do so though! Secondly, I started by thinking of a setting and a scene. Once that was decided, I set the size and everything else. Then I simply built until I ended up with what you see here. Simple!
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  June 6, 2012
Dang dude. Possibly the best moc i have ever seen. Must have been a pain building this. Tell me, how did you start? Also have you got the new Lotr lego sets yet?
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  May 26, 2012
Amazing! I love how you did the waterfall! You are amazing at building LOTR! Your creations are always HUGE! I am starting to build LOTR, (I already built and posted one) but right now, I am in a NERF stage! YOU HAVE SO MANY PLANTS! I love how you did the trees, I always find those a bit tricky. Keep up the good work!
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  May 25, 2012
Wow, thank you all! 200!
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  May 24, 2012
WOW, I give this creation a 50/5. I like the fact that it is built in several different pieces and can come apart easily.
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  May 12, 2012
This is awesome i especially love the waterfall and the tree.
Blake Baer
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Dr. Pepper
  April 28, 2012
Everything in this is AWESOME
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  April 24, 2012
Wow....I STILL drool when I see this!
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  April 10, 2012
Hey Blake Bear. Could you please check out my stuff. I want you to because I have almost no views. Thanks a lot.
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  April 10, 2012
Hey Blake Bear. Could you please check out my stuff. I want you to because I have almost no views. Thanks a lot.
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  March 17, 2012
Nice waterfall
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  March 15, 2012
This is gorgeous! I love your work with the water. Your work is very impressive. As a relatively new builder on MOC, would you mind taking a look at my work and offering any advise or ideas? http://www.mocpages.com/home.php/79504 Particularly on my castle since that is your specialty. http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/311588
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  March 13, 2012
WOW!!!!! I don't think any words can describe your artistic ability and the total awesomness of the set!!!!! I can't say everything that's awesome about this, because it would take up the entire page! To sum it up, 100000/10
  March 11, 2012
How can people not like this? Seriously! 190 likes for 11000 views for something this awesome? I am surprised!
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  February 29, 2012
awesome job
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  February 29, 2012
awesome job
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  February 22, 2012
Quoting Christopher Baldacci :). No I am not being racist. Nor am I trying to put down yellow heads. What I meant was that whenever LEGO turns movies into bricks (i.e. Prince of Persia, Harry Potter, STARWARS, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean) they use flesh colored faces to give the illusion of accuracy and realism. So I prefer when LOTR builders use flesh to keep a more movie accurate feel in accordance with all LEGO's other movie-to-bricks transformations. However, in other models (like in your Bull's Run for instance) I don't mind (I actualy prefer) yellow heads. They keep the classic LEGO feel in classic LEGO dioramas. But wether or not you used yellow, fleshie, or bright pink heads, this diorama rocks! Again, great job!
I know mate! I was joking. ;)
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  February 21, 2012
Cool but if your going to be in my group you better build like this.
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  February 17, 2012
Insanity! I'm so happy that my favorite scene ever has finally been done justice!!! Well done!
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  February 2, 2012
Gob. Smacked!
Blake Baer
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Nathan Englehart
  January 28, 2012
EPPICC!!!!!
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  January 24, 2012
I just recently became a LoTR fan (thanks to Mudskipper) and now I can't get enough of it! But yeah very cool build, so much eye candy! (O_O)
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  January 2, 2012
I love that waterfall, and the overall landscaping. Absolutely amazing!
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  December 25, 2011
ah! I can just see all of the movie scenes playing in my head! Incredibly fantastic job, both of you! I only wish I could see Borimir, Pippin, and merry better. I couldn't see their faces!
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  December 5, 2011
no one should ever talk smack about this model EVER and i agree need bigger LIKE button!!!!! Just one question where do you get the rescources to get all those bricks to create such an stunning model? please inform me so i can stock up my lego collection !!!!
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  November 7, 2011
They need bigger rating..... cannot close my mouth..... *gasp*.....*uh* Totally awesome!!!! This is by far the best Amen-Hen I've seen so far!!!
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  October 17, 2011
I agree, the waterfall and leaning tree are Amazing!
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  September 27, 2011
Ahhhhh! Now all I need is my popcorn! This is incredible, and I mean I N C R E D I B L E! Wow! Just like in the movie! Your guys patients definitely payed off! Extremely well done!
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  September 27, 2011
This thing here, maid me both hate you and love you man... Hate you because I can probably never reach the level yout building on, and love you because it is simply amazing in every way. I know you didn't build it by yourself but still, awesome...
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  September 26, 2011
this is the coolest thing i have ever seen!
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  September 25, 2011
Very good but, Benjamin McLovin that shouldn't b a moc. Only people who are rude or don't have the planes in it should do that
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  September 24, 2011
Cool 100000/5
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  September 23, 2011
amazing! excellent detail and build quality! 5/5
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  September 23, 2011
Waterfall is fabulous. Tree roots sticking out of the rocks are nice touch.
Blake Baer
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Novak Djokovic
  September 12, 2011
your cool:D
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  September 12, 2011
You should build the world trade centers on 9/11. Like a plane crashing into it and stuff.
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  September 12, 2011
ok. uh. wow. So I have a few questions. One is where do you get all those pieces & how do you design it? Another question is are the rock formations just reandom pieces thrown togather or do you plan it? Thanks (and please answer)
  September 6, 2011
:). No I am not being racist. Nor am I trying to put down yellow heads. What I meant was that whenever LEGO turns movies into bricks (i.e. Prince of Persia, Harry Potter, STARWARS, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean) they use flesh colored faces to give the illusion of accuracy and realism. So I prefer when LOTR builders use flesh to keep a more movie accurate feel in accordance with all LEGO's other movie-to-bricks transformations. However, in other models (like in your Bull's Run for instance) I don't mind (I actualy prefer) yellow heads. They keep the classic LEGO feel in classic LEGO dioramas. But wether or not you used yellow, fleshie, or bright pink heads, this diorama rocks! Again, great job!
  September 6, 2011
Dude, that's GREAT!! I would like to see more of the minifigures, though.
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  September 6, 2011
Thank you so much for using yellow! This is truly stunning! I wish you had closer pictures of the minifigs though.
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  September 6, 2011
Wow!! great build, love the detail
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  September 5, 2011
This is amazing Blake! I'm amazed you liked my Olympics entry when it looks like baby work compared to your builds!
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  September 5, 2011
Because this is a LOTR moc, could you make a moc of the first Uruk Hai creation.
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  September 5, 2011
Very, VERY nice! This is simply PHENOMENAL!! Oh my gosh is this cool. Everything speaks volumes about your skill as well as artistic ability. The whole 'ruins' sections is awesome, as well as the watchtower and waterfall. I agree the beach could have been worked on a little more but it is made up by the awesome (although movie inaccurate) swan boats. The figs are really great as far as hobbits go, but I would have liked a different look for Legolas. The elf ear Series 3 hairpiece is too cliche, (everybody uses it) And just looks too short. And perhaps skin color for the fellowship? I hope you don't feel like I'm picking on the figs, Its only because I can't find anything else wrong with this stunning diorama. I always try to give constructive criticizm. I really wish (a) I had as many bricks as you and (b) could build like this. WOW is this fantastic! 1000001/5
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  September 5, 2011
Just magnificients, with tons of details! Congratulations!
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  September 5, 2011
This is so fantastic! All those little details, which made the ruins just look like in the film! So much green, excellent building techniques (water!)...wow!
  September 5, 2011
as I have said major spoilers for the movie and book so read on at your own discression.http://www.buzzfeed.com/kerrysejimili/perfect-radiance-42jb
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  September 4, 2011
The sheer expense of building this is fearsome. It also goes without saying that the details are perfect and meticulous and impressive beyond belief. Well done!
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  September 4, 2011
Awesome! Like the trees!
Blake Baer
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Riley Anderson
  September 3, 2011
I trying to plan a project like this, but I don't now where to begin or how to continue. Could you help. Respond here.http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/285807
Blake Baer
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Jared Johnson
  September 3, 2011
spectacular!! You guys did an excellent job at recreating this scene from an awesome movie (who doesn't like Lord of the Rings?). Props to you guys for making this masterpiece!!
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  September 3, 2011
This looks great! Amazing job!
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  September 3, 2011
Very well done.
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  September 3, 2011
All I can say is WOW!
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  September 3, 2011
All i can say is, WOW!
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  September 2, 2011
holy crap this is awsome. can you do a turoial on how to do setups like this?
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  September 2, 2011
75 pounds! (*_*)!
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  September 1, 2011
Love the landscape, beautifully laid out! Well done!
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  September 1, 2011
This is incredible!!!!! Easily one of the best lord of the rings creations I've seen!
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  September 1, 2011
If Lego where to make lord of the rings, this scene would probably comprise of a green baseplate with a few hills, a simple watchtower and a paltry amount of orcs fighting Aragon and possibly Legolas. Great Idea to make it modular-style though.
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  September 1, 2011
Quoting Mark Kelso Beautiful job throughout the MOC, but that waterfall - being as enamoured with waterfalls as I am - is simply stunning! Terrific work, guys!!!
This comment means a lot coming from you because much of the waterfall and rocks was inspired by your amazing creations. Thanks Mark!
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  August 31, 2011
*drool* awqetsrdfgkhj (wiping drool from keyboard) Amazing work! Beautiful landscaping! Much better than I could do! As a huge LOTR fan, I really appreciate mocs like this. Brilliant work on the waterfall! If only I had all that trans- clear! I'm gonna need another towel. *drool*
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  August 31, 2011
OHMYGOSH!!!EPIC!!!Well done.
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  August 31, 2011
sooooo awesome!
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  August 31, 2011
Incredible...
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  August 31, 2011
I really love the whole thing and have always wanted to do something like this, but I just don't have the parts... But this MOC has really inspired me to try, and to buy more legos...
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  August 31, 2011
I love the waterfall. Great stuff.
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  August 31, 2011
Outstanding. Hard to pick a favourite part.
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  August 31, 2011
Whoa...
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  August 31, 2011
Simply awesome. I love the details on the forest and of course the cascading water.
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  August 31, 2011
WHOAH
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  August 31, 2011
I take off my hat to the both of you. And I hereby invite you to join my group, http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/18161 :-) Fantastic MOC!
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  August 30, 2011
WOW! That must have taken at least 1 year to built. Any way great job looks very realistic love it. :D
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  August 29, 2011
Simply breathtaking! You can stare at this for hours and still not see every bit of detail. Amazing job on this moc you guys!
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  August 28, 2011
Beautiful and stunning work with an incredible waterfall.
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  August 27, 2011
That was the GREATEST moc I, personally, have ever seen. I doubt, even if I had the pieces, I could build anything within a fraction of 100 of that. you guys are the best MOC'ARS EVAR! thumbs up if you agree.
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  August 27, 2011
How wonderful! So many ingenious techniques have been used here to create this masterpiece. My favourite thing has to be the waterfall, followed by the dried up riverbed. Well done!
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  August 27, 2011
Blake lego weekly voted you the Best moc of the week i need to interview you and have your permision to use ur photo
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  August 27, 2011
Alright you got yourself a new fan!
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  August 27, 2011
Incredible job. I love the arched ruins and the waterfall. Though i would have made Amon Hen itself a bit larger but i assume it was due to lack of pieces which is understandable. Keep up the great work!
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  August 26, 2011
It's an impressive build! I haven't seen the movie, but it looks nice. The waterfall and the ruins were also great.
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  August 26, 2011
as long as it is ok with you i am nominating you for moc of the week in the new mocmagazine Lego Weekly
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  August 26, 2011
1,2,3,4, oh sorry I was just counting the ideas I could pinch. LOL, get build, just goes to show what you can create with skill and a lot of pieces.
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  August 26, 2011
Beautiful job throughout the MOC, but that waterfall - being as enamoured with waterfalls as I am - is simply stunning! Terrific work, guys!!!
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  August 26, 2011
My goodness, I stared at this masterpiece for so long, there are so many beautiful details, I'm still not done. Jaw-dropping work from both of you, this is the type of diorama everyone wishes they could make.
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  August 26, 2011
Incredible scale and techniques in this build. The waterfall, particularly, is a wonderfully realistic piece of sculpture. Well done to both of you!
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  August 26, 2011
Thank you all for your comments! Definitely appreciated!
Quoting Mudskipper 4 Next: the ruins look - below par. For the build, and the builders. Now, ruins are hard. I know, I've done some. The trick is not to build ruins, the trick is to build ruined buildings. Aged buildings, buildings that have decayed over decades. When you just build ruins, they tend to look like ruins - of bricks. Not buildings. So, I think you're ruins could use some real improvement.
Normally I might agree with you on the method of building ruins, but in effort to make the ruins as true to the movie as possible, we designed them in our own fashion. In the movie there were major clumpings of ruins, and then there were tons of random statues/bricks/rubble. We tried our best to copy that and as you can see, we did.
Blake Baer
White Knight
  August 25, 2011
Very nicely done...its all incredible, the trees, the rock face with its `grain`,the stoney walkway is so good and especially the beautiful waterfall !!.....lush and green
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  August 25, 2011
I think all the trees, grass, and flowers were laid out expertly. The figs look great, and basically everything else. Keep it up!
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  August 25, 2011
Absolutely breath-taking. Such a large project for such an awesome scene. I tip my hat to the builders, you sirs have my respect.
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  August 25, 2011
Fantastic. I can tell that you guys put a lot of time and thought into this. I like that. Kudos for your hard work; it does look really nice. Now - (you asked...) the criticism. I think your landscaping is a little broken up. It just doesn't flow naturally. Check some of Majita's or Kelso's stuff to see what I'm talking about. Next: the ruins look - below par. For the build, and the builders. Now, ruins are hard. I know, I've done some. The trick is not to build ruins, the trick is to build ruined buildings. Aged buildings, buildings that have decayed over decades. When you just build ruins, they tend to look like ruins - of bricks. Not buildings. So, I think you're ruins could use some real improvement. But otherwise, nice job. I did enjoy it.
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  August 25, 2011
Beautiful as usual, Blake. I'm always very critical when favorite scenes of that film are built from the brick, but you and Jack Bittner's Amon Hen is as gorgeous as any fan could ask. Nice work, Lads!
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  August 25, 2011
Incredible! There's alot of details to go around. I can just see hundreds of orcs pouring over the ruins. You have also made the waterfall, perfect! It makes me feel like I'm actually there. You've captured such a perfect image of Amon Hen. It's a masterpiece.
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  August 25, 2011
Oh yea one thing I forgot. I LOVE how you made almost every tree a differnet design! I will definatly at least use one of those tree designs!
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  August 25, 2011
this is beautiful, i have one suggestion, i would try to make the uruk hais, more cosistant looking
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  August 25, 2011
Blake, I'm glad to see that you still post here on this fantastic social LEGO® website (no rivalry). A MOC of captivating size, but that's not the only impressive thing about it. The landscape looks really, really natural and most of all, diversified.
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  August 25, 2011
Great job! I like the waterfall and the ruins. The details in this MOC are incredible! Nice work!
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  August 25, 2011
Very impressive! Great details and accuracy to the scene. I really like the way the different colors go through the rock formation. Awesome!
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  August 25, 2011
Wow, very, very nice. The level of detail is incredible and quite exquisite. You guys really nailed the look of this scene. Bravo.
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  August 25, 2011
awsome guys!
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  August 25, 2011
This is awesome! Everything about it is incredible! I especially love the waterfall and the tree. Great work all around! :)
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  August 25, 2011
I love the brown pine tree.
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  August 25, 2011
Looks amazing! Love the waterfall and action poses. Destroy!
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  August 25, 2011
you, sirrah, are unfairly insane amounts of epic. You and your associates never cease to amaze me with the complexity and sheer beauty of your designs, and this is by no means an exception! I cannot tell you the truly excellent levels of inspiration this has given me for a project I have been working on! Godspeed gentlemen, and may the brick be with you!
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  August 25, 2011
Awesome work!
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  August 25, 2011
Wow! This must have been a pain to build, but the end result is spectacular! That waterfall is brilliant!
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  August 25, 2011
wow that is great mind looking at this http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/284338
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  August 25, 2011
Wow, incredible job! Even with an MOC of that size, you still had all the details just right. Definitely one of the best Lord of the Rings MOCs I've seen.
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  August 25, 2011
This is great guys. Love LOTR and this scene in particular and the feel in this MOC really captures it. It has been said already, but the waterfall is stunning!
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  August 25, 2011
Wow, excellent work.
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  August 25, 2011
Spectacular work, this is a beautiful scene that you have constructed, and I think that I can tell you without any exaggeration whatsoever that that is easily the best waterfall I've ever seen. It's really amazing that this whole thing was modular as well. This is getting bookmarked.
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  August 25, 2011
Best Amon Hen ever! This is one my favorite scenes of the first movie! I wish I would have so many bricks...
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  August 25, 2011
Superb creation! Well done guys! I love that tree on the edge of the cliff and the waterfall, so very realistic. I've just made my first tree, i wonder if you could please take a look and let me know what you think?
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  August 25, 2011
Wow! What a feast for the eyes!
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  August 25, 2011
JESUS! This is just so epic! WOW
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  August 25, 2011
This is good. Very good. Woah.
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  August 25, 2011
Fantastic work!
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  August 25, 2011
Fantastic build!
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  August 25, 2011
Simply amazing. period. I would have to say the the waterfall is my favorite.
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  August 25, 2011
This is one of the BEST Moc ever built, IMHO
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  August 25, 2011
AMAZING!
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  August 24, 2011
Too much good stuff here for one comment, but that waterfall took the cake for me. Excellent, well done.
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  August 24, 2011
Blake you are the man. There are so many magnificent details in here I can't possible address them all but the waterfall is really awesome!!
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  August 24, 2011
Fantastic collaboration, crammed with eye-candy. Truly a joy to view.~H
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  August 24, 2011
And that one part of the ruins that curves. Brilliant!
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  August 24, 2011
I knew this was you right when I saw the picture. You really did well a scene that I have loved in both the movie and the book. I wish the waterfall was- I can't believe I'm saying this- BIGGER, heh, but that would be just for the sake of my imagination. VERY SWEET! Another great creation.
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  August 24, 2011
I forgot to mention the waterfall, definitly one of the best I've seen.
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  August 24, 2011
Ok this has to be one of the best LOTR creations I have ever seen! SO MUCH DETAIL! I love how you guys made the ruins (I myself love doing stuff like that) I noticed some familiar ruin pieces that were in the movie. You guys did a GREAT job on capturing the moment! I hope to see more wonderful creations such as this.
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  August 24, 2011
amazing! can you check out my creations?
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  August 24, 2011
Absolutly stunning! The amount of detail in this is incredible. My favorite part has to be all of the cool tree designs, they will be used. Well done to say the least!
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  August 24, 2011
Great landscaping, AND it's modular? Wow... truly a terrific build...
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  August 24, 2011
Incredible job on this! Breathtaking scenery just like the films! I love how you did the gnarled roots of the tree at the edge of the cliff!
 
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