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MIT Round 5 Raphael Heusser vs Popcorn
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. The title must also be represented in the build.
About this creation
THE LINK's:
2011 MIT
Popcorn's Page

The movie poster from "V for Vendetta" (2006)


some overall pics:







V:




Evey Hammond:




Title:




Me with the poster for a size comparison (the poster is 57x37cm)






...and a picture of the original poster.



I hope you like it :-)
Thanks for ratings and comments!

GOOD LUCK TO POPCORN!



Comments

  December 10, 2011
Hey, Raphy, congrats on winning! Now you just have to win this thing for me ( which I have no doubt that you won't). And for the next category you should do the Fox and the grapes or better known as "Sour Grapes". That story sort of represents my attitude last round. Thanks!;)
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  December 10, 2011
Absolutely gorgeous! I believe I am adding this to my bookmarks list of personal favorites. The way you did the face and the mask are just incredible. Excellent work!
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  December 9, 2011
Wow, beautiful rendition! You have my vote!
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  December 9, 2011
Hans summed up my thoughts perfectly, you have my vote.
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  December 9, 2011
This is definitely one of the closest match-ups yet. Both builds are excellent and yet completely different, making for a VERY difficult decision. In the end I have to go with the one that was the more instantly recognizable of the two and that would be yours. Congrats you get my vote.~H
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  December 9, 2011
Both of you are amazing builders, this is a really tough one to judge! You were able to capture the details of the movie poster so well through your creation, I think your work on her face was exceptionally well done. The mask (sorry I don't know the movie) at the top of the poster was phenomenal, the fact that it was 3D really helped to make an impact. You get my vote :)
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  December 8, 2011
Both of you brought your A-game and your MOCs are outstanding. All things considered, it comes down to finesse IMO. Your MOC depicted the poster closer than Popcorn's. You have my vote.
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  December 8, 2011
Very impressive! You're on a roll!
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  December 8, 2011
Ok, now THAT is just all kinds of cool! ~ Chris.
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  December 7, 2011
O.O Win.
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  December 7, 2011
Raphael, well done mate. You are really becoming an outstanding builder.
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  December 7, 2011
I love the different levels in your creation. My reaction went from: "oh, that's cool" to "ooh it's 3d" to "oh wow! look at those sculpted knives." This is one of those creations that show more and more detail the more you look at it. Great job.
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  December 7, 2011
Impressive. This entry, as well as the last one, are top notch. Not many people could begin to build something to rival them. Good luck!
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  December 7, 2011
This is just excellent!!!!
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  December 7, 2011
Wow! Excellent work! It looks almost exactly like the real poster. Great job and good luck. :)
  December 7, 2011
I plan to post it later tonight. Maybe 30 mins before closing like last time. lol!
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  December 7, 2011
Quoting Popcorn . Wow! that's plain incredible! I love how fantastically accurate it is to the poster. Good luck in the next round! JK. I'm not going down this easily. Let's just hope that the judges take into account that I don't have half as much pieces as you. lol. Great job and best of luck!
lol! well best of luck to you too. when are you going to post your entry?
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  December 7, 2011
Wow! that's plain incredible! I love how fantastically accurate it is to the poster. Good luck in the next round! JK. I'm not going down this easily. Let's just hope that the judges take into account that I don't have half as much pieces as you. lol. Great job and best of luck!
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  December 7, 2011
Amazing! I love that film! And this dose it justice!
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  December 7, 2011
This is INGENIOUS! Your presentation with your mask is wonderful! Very Best of Luck!
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  December 7, 2011
Most impressive! At first I thought it was the actual movie poster, only after seeing it enlarged did I realize it's lego! Great work, and I don't think you need any luck for this round!
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  December 7, 2011
Wow! I definitely agree with Magma!
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  December 7, 2011
A gorgeous MOC of a fabulous movie! I hope you do well in the contest!
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  December 7, 2011
Wow! You should have made it to MO! This is incredible!
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  December 7, 2011
In my opinion, it's better than both entries in MOColympics.
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  December 7, 2011
Wow! I could never pull off something as cool and massive as this! Good luck :)
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  December 7, 2011
This is awesome! The faces are pefrect, although the buildings in the background and people aren't clear without the reference picture.
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  December 7, 2011
This is awesome! Nice work! You should keep this together for a long time.
 
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