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MO R6 Giovanni Seynhaeve vs Leda Kat.
Leda Kat vs Giovanni Seynhaeve in: Movie Poster: Create a LEGO version of a movie poster! It doesn’t have to be a blockbuster movie, any flick will do. Just try to stay as true as possible to the original. Please include a copy of or at the least, a link to, the original. You can build this as a mosaic, a 3-D model with figs (minifigs or other scales, we're not picky), or however you'd like.
About this creation
From the movies
From the Olympics

First off, I want to say what a blast this contest have been so far. I find myself amazed year after year about the fantastic quality and originality this contest brings out. I'm very gratefull to the viewer and the judges for keeping up with us to this point of the game. Many thanks goes to my son and his bricks, enthousiasm and great inspiration for the builds. And to my ever patient wife for letting me fondle the bricks when there's so much other work to do. I am so lucky, I love you, darling!

Now for this round I had so much favourits it was very hard to choose one. So I made two:
I'll let the pics speak for themselves now.























This is a third attempt on another SF-classic. Due to shortage of slopes and sturdy round bricks, this didn't turn out as it should, so it's no part of the entry. Maybe later with more time and a massive BL order...



Hope you enjoyed it, keep on talking!



Comments

  December 1, 2011
sorry, but I think your oponent has you beet.
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  December 1, 2011
Love your "Forbidden Planet" brick-poster, it looks very striking. :)
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  November 29, 2011
Great choices for subjects, Gio! And like the others, I'd LOVE to see that 2001 completed. Chris asked me to come in this round with a vote (now that I'm settled in from a move). I know the call is already in, but just for the record my vote also goes to Kat. It was the sophistication of her design that really tips it for me. But this was a close one. Brilliant work throughout the competition!
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  November 28, 2011
Gio, your builds have been fabulous to examine to this point, and these here are just as enthralling. But, in the end, I had to toss my vote to Leda thanks to her dramatic abilities. Keep it real, man!
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  November 28, 2011
Nice, finally a use for Belville figs! Great work, especially on the Forbidden Planet one. The robot's head is really fantastic! Good luck in the competition!
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  November 28, 2011
You know the right era to go for really striking movie posters - and which bricks (figs, tyres, pods) to use for really striking builds! Good luck with the judges...
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  November 28, 2011
Gio these are awesome. I wish that 40 ft woman would attack my home town ;). The forbidden planet is my fav, I love how you have made the body and hair (of the damsel in distress) look floppy. Excellent work good luck
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  November 27, 2011
Bummer! The 2001 poster would have been the most awesome. Nonetheless great builds. Forbidden Planet would be my favorite.
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  November 27, 2011
I feel so sorry for the judges this round! There is no way I would be able to decide between the two of you. Every one of these are really well done. I'd love to see the last one finished too. Good luck!
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  November 27, 2011
Thank you everybody for your kind comments!
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  November 27, 2011
The forbidden planet is a fan favorite and does not disappoint! Beautiful work! Ingenious use of the Belville fig!
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  November 27, 2011
Forbidden Planet is signature Gio: spot-on! I'd really love to see you finish up the 2001 MOC someday, you're off to a terrific start. This one may come down to the tie-breaker judge, good luck!~H
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  November 27, 2011
Dude! Robbie the Robot?! 2001?! these are great scenes man, I think you and Lennert should do more :)
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  November 27, 2011
Gio, from your two and a half creations I like the 'Forbidden Planet' best. It's a classic and stays really true to the original movie poster. But in my opinion, Leda beats you in terms of details and presentation, so my vote goes to her.
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  November 26, 2011
Mr. Seynhaeve, his is a very challenging category. You and your opponent took very different approaches that suited your individual strengths. I really appreciate all the work that went into Forbidden Planet (even the small little details of the printed bricks on the back ground. I chose to vote for your opponent, but you really have created beautiful work. Thank you for sharing your take on the category. ~Dave
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  November 26, 2011
Both very nicely done, but for me, the Forbidden Planet one really stands out as perhaps the better of the two– that robot looks great. Best of luck to you in this tough round!
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  November 26, 2011
They're all great, but the Forbidden Planet one is spot-on. Good luck!
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  November 26, 2011
Would have loved to see the 2001 completed! Old Robbie the Robot turned out great! However, I'm not as keen on the backgrounds, and the details therein. Although the posters you chose are more amenable to the larger scale builds you like to do, I feel Leda chose a much more complex poster. So she's got my vote. Good luck with the other judges!
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  November 26, 2011
The 50ft Woman was a great build but your Forbidden Planet stole the show, and my vote! You got it! Good luck with the other judges! ~ Chris.
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  November 26, 2011
Well mate, the diversity of what you build is a constant delight and this round is no exception. Great interpretations, and as with most below i think the Forbidden Planet poster is the standout - instantly recognisable. Well done, and good luck!
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  November 26, 2011
What Dennis means is she's got a great pair. Even I caught myself looking and I'm a girl... Coming back a third time I have to say that all that talk in the lounge about the annoyingness of doing titles was just to humour me wasn't it, because I was finding it tough. You have done both posters titles perfectly. Mimicked the font with ease and the size of both is bang on. I commend you Gio. You underestimate your diverse talent! Good luck buddy, and I promise you, I haven't done a frog.
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  November 25, 2011
Gio, both are great interpretations. Forbidden Fruit ... I mean, Forbidden Planet is extremely well done. I like how you solved the background issues with the planets and so forth, but the female victim is just as eye-catching in your build as in the poster!
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  November 25, 2011
I'd have to agree with everyone else that the Forbidden Planet one is amazing! The techniques used for the robot are brilliant. Good luck!
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  November 25, 2011
Nice use of the classic space logo!
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  November 25, 2011
Excellent work on this Gio! The second one is perfect. Great job and best of luck. :)
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  November 25, 2011
that 2nd one is epic!!!
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  November 25, 2011
The forbidden planet looks excellent especially the lettering. Best of luck!
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  November 25, 2011
Wow, they are superb! I just knew you would do Forbidden Planet, they design of it, its colours, shapes and fun just lends perfectly to your style. Robbie is fantastic. How you managed to build his head is a skill I'll never ever posses! I would love (post MOs) for you to explore in depth some more of that movie. There is delicious sets and environments in that film that I believe you could really have fun exploring. Attack of 50ft Woman is great too, especially since you have given purpose to one of those nasty Belville dolls!
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  November 25, 2011
I think you coulda made a custom lady in the first one. But aside from that, great. :)
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  November 25, 2011
Great job with the forbidden planet poster. :)
  November 25, 2011
I'll be honest, and please know that I'm not worthy, an not able to do bettter, but... I expected something more.. 3 out of 5...
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  November 25, 2011
Wow, excellent job!
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  November 25, 2011
Excellent! Both are great, but the second is my favorite. Good luck!
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  November 25, 2011
Forbidden Planet definitely the best of the lot. Good Luck!
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  November 25, 2011
Much as I like Belville... I like the Forbidden Planet the best. It's one of the classic SF flix with the once Hollywood hunk in his youth turned Comedy King in his grey years... Leslie Nielsen! Your Robby is perfect! Good Luck! :)
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  November 25, 2011
Great stuff Gio! Good luck :)
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  November 25, 2011
Nice work, both of those are great! Nice start to the third, too. Good luck!
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  November 25, 2011
EXCELLENT!!!!!
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  November 25, 2011
Good work. That Bellville girl is a bit creepy.
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  November 25, 2011
Forbidden Planet is my favorite, but they are both great. Nice work!
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  November 25, 2011
that's just awesome!
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  November 25, 2011
I have both those movies in DVD. Forbidden Planet is my absolute favourite movie ever. Great job with Robbie!
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  November 25, 2011
Quoting Baron Von Ben ~ Awesome!! The 'Forbidden Planet' poster is great, what with the details into Robby and the way you built the woman, but the 'Attack of the 50 Foot Woman' poster is just too funny :D What is she from, though? A Barbie doll? Or is she actually Lego?
She's all Lego, Baron! Ever heard of Belville?
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  November 25, 2011
Fantastic work! Just loved the Forbidden Planet-build, the other two are great too but there was something about that one that just made me want to watch the movie again :) Good luck with the judges!
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  November 25, 2011
Man, those are almost spot on! Good luck!
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  November 25, 2011
Awesome!! The 'Forbidden Planet' poster is great, what with the details into Robby and the way you built the woman, but the 'Attack of the 50 Foot Woman' poster is just too funny :D What is she from, though? A Barbie doll? Or is she actually Lego?
 
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