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Micro Fire Station
This is my entry for The First Official Moccer Cup 2012. I am in the begginer category. Thing we need to build: Prove That you are the best Beginner Builder. For your category you can make anything! Show the Judges how good you are and that you deserve to be in Round 2. Make sure you have read the rules (Above). You can start building Now...
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The required link: http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/20567



Comments

  August 23, 2012
I need you to vote in my Mafia, AGAIN.
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  July 1, 2012
Creativity: 6/10 Imagination: 6/10 Build: 20/50 Photography: 2/10 Personal Opinion: 5/20
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  July 1, 2012
Even the microfigs need some help for fire!!!
  June 25, 2012
Creativity: 7/10; Imagination: 8/10; Build: 35/50; Photography: 3/10; P.O.: 11/20 - KP
wJake1 .
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Paddy !
  June 24, 2012
Creativity: 7/10 Imagination: 6/10 Build: 20/50 Photography: 3/10 Personal Opinion: 9/20
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  June 24, 2012
Quoting Halhi 141 I like the use of plates for the sky, sun and cloud. The photography could use some work, though; try putting the MOC on a white piece of paper and use another piece of paper as the background behind the MOC. Also, the fire station has several gaps in it. These windows do not look much like windows due to the studs showing. And finally, I think that the Background would look better if the studded side was visible as the bottom of a plate looks somewhat strange... For small scale buildings, it's best to use plenty of tiles and SNOT as these make the creation more detailed and smoother. I do like the overall shape, and the bell tower is well made. Good luck in the contest!
I had to rush to build and post this, so, ya, thanks for the advice!
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  June 24, 2012
Interesting use of plates for the sky. I've never seen that before. Creativity: 8/10 Imagination: 6/10 Build: 37/50 Photography: 4/10 Personal Opinion: 13/20 Total: 68/100
  June 23, 2012
I like the use of plates for the sky, sun and cloud. The photography could use some work, though; try putting the MOC on a white piece of paper and use another piece of paper as the background behind the MOC. Also, the fire station has several gaps in it. These windows do not look much like windows due to the studs showing. And finally, I think that the Background would look better if the studded side was visible as the bottom of a plate looks somewhat strange... For small scale buildings, it's best to use plenty of tiles and SNOT as these make the creation more detailed and smoother. I do like the overall shape, and the bell tower is well made. Good luck in the contest!
 
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