So this is my first official set for Cuusoo which is a recreation of the life sized model of Maleficent which is displayed next to Disneyland's Lego store in Orlando, Florida.
Cuusoo is a Lego site that needs 10,000 supporters on a project to possibly get it approved to become an official Lego set (which sounds impossible I know).
Here Prince Philip battles against Maleficent as seen from the Disney film "Sleeping Beauty".
The dragon also a better version of my first Maleficent from the 2012 MocAthalon. I've always thought it would be really cool if Lego would make a smaller version of their impressive brick built model.
Please help support this so it can become an official set! - Cuusoo
Sheesh, how do I always manage to miss your awesome creations!? Fantastic work. I really like the green-fire, especially how you have it splashing off the warrior's shield. The dragon is, of course, brilliant, as is the rock-work. I really like the color-scheme you choose for the rocks. Very well done!
These pics are an absolute piece of art, everything is fluid like a poem. Great color scheme and love the effect of the fire halted by the shield - epic! The SNOTed floor works nice, too. It's a wonderful creation altogether
I saw this over on Brickshelf the other night and could not wait for it to get uploaded to MOCpages. It is excellent, but I like the landscape the most. Anyways, I hope you succeed in making a good wing technique, and in the mean time, I will be improving my own...
Quoting JS Can
Fantastic build. As for CUUSO, base on what I have read on sites like Brickset, this would have a hard time getting approval even if it gets the 10K votes, but best of luck to you.
Cuusoo is definetly a pain at times, but I don't think this project will be rejected if it does reaches 10K. Lego has a license with Disney so I would be really surprised if this didn't reach Cuusoo's approval.
Very nice! Love it! The colors are absolutely perfect and the base is fantastic. It'd be great to see this become a set! Although, my only concern is the techniques used. Some techniques I think LEGO would want to avoid since not everyone builds on the level some of us here do. But the creation itself is phenomenal! Great job!