This is my entry for the Battle pack contest on iBrick: Endor Assault! It features two sormtroopers, a commander, hidden outpost, and artillery walker. Hope you enjoy! http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/22056 I just posted this and I have no knowledge of linking. I thought this may be of help. If my contest entry isn't submitted because of this insignificant fault, well, let's see who's the biggest group on Mocpages after all! ;)
About this creation
The front of the walker.
Side of the walker.
Here are some extra shells for the artillery gun.
The pilot out of the walker.
The front of the outpost.
The back of the outpost.
The back of the outpost can flip up to allow the stormtrooper to exit.
All in all, this Battle Pack consists of ninety pieces.
Your score: build: 8/10, presentation: 2/3, creativity: 4/5, on topic: 2/2, that gives you a total score of 16/20! Thanks for joining this contest! We hope you'll join the next one too!
~ i Brick contest judges
I would like to thank the judges that have put in their time to judge each creation. It really means a lot to me! Thank you guys for everything! (I'll be sure to join other contests too there David! Don't you fret!)
Creativity: 4.5/5 One of the most creative entries there is! On topic: 2/2 You did more then we asked. Build: 9.5/10 Great!. Presentation: 2/3 Good but could be a little better. Overall: 18/20 Great score!.
Thanks for joining the Star Wars Battle Pack Contest! I hope you consider joining other contests we host! The next contest details are being revealed on the first of February! Here is your total score: 18.5/20. Great entry! Here is how the score is broken down: Creativity: 4.5/5. I must say, this is quite unique! But a walker has been done before (not saying you're supposed to be completely creative from what LEGO has done). Build: 10/10. Superb! I like the look of the walker, and then you have the awesome looking tree/wooden outpost with a moving function! That just did it for me! :D Presentation: 4/5. The front picture could use some centering. The photos had nice lighting. Also, putting another one of those round place-mats behind the other one propped on books would help with the background chairs.