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R.O. Round 1: Mount Olympus!
Behold, the mighty Mount OLYMPUS!
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Reading Olympics - http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/22848

http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/odyssey/section3.rhtml - Paraphrased notes on books 5-6 that pertain to the scene depicted in LEGO form.
















This is the Mount Olympus from Homer's Iliad, how the story goes is that this guy, crashed his ship on the rocks, and then was trialed at mount Olympus by Zeus, and this is my perception of the mythical Mount Olympus in micro form. Also, the figures that are a clamp piece and a 1x1 square plate are satyrs.















Comments

 I made it 
  August 28, 2013
Quoting The Beetle Accusing the judges of giving you a low score because the judges themselves are depressed and their depression is effecting their judging on your MOC is unfair to the judges and is not how you should approach that. Asking the judges more in depth reasonings as to why their scores where what they were would be the way to handle this. Not accusing them of having a personal crisis that effects their judging.
Then let me reply accordingly, Was my creation so bad? What would be a way to get a better score? Also, I added that I was deeply concerned about how they were replying, almost in a negative connotation, and that's why I asked. As an example, 0 is nothing, not good or bad, yet we take 0 as the worst, or in a negative connotation. Why is that? Because nothing, 0, is taught to be negative! And if some problem were to arise from this statement, I'd illiterate more clearly and apologize for the misinterpretation I caused by saying what I said. With that, I do feel as that you are right, and that the best way to get that across is as previously stated. I thank you for that proper correction and I'm happy to correct it. - Zproductions
  August 28, 2013
Accusing the judges of giving you a low score because the judges themselves are depressed and their depression is effecting their judging on your MOC is unfair to the judges and is not how you should approach that. Asking the judges more in depth reasonings as to why their scores where what they were would be the way to handle this. Not accusing them of having a personal crisis that effects their judging.
 I like it 
  August 24, 2013
Great Work Z!
 I made it 
  August 22, 2013
I'm going to ask you guys, with sincere remorse, is there something going on in your guys' life that's making you guys give us low scores? I understand that my build isn't the greatest, nor am I disagreeing with the judges,but if something, not so good in your life is affecting how you guys are judging, then I'm sorry for you, and I can bet that I know how it feels to go through what your going through... I'm sorry if this comes across the wrong way, and if it does, just tell me and I'll try to further elaborate my discussion. -Zproductions
  August 22, 2013
Some clever ideas here, but the execution could be better. The different elements are a little on the chaotic side and don't really fit together, though there are some good techniques (i.e. the sail and the floating Mt. Olympus). Score=2
 I like it 
  August 22, 2013
I like the idea, unfortunately the build doesn't really mesh. 1 point.
 I like it 
  August 22, 2013
1 from me too.
  August 22, 2013
Score = 1
 I made it 
  August 21, 2013
D: I'll be right on it! Sorry for the delay!
  August 21, 2013
You need a link to the group and a link to the Summary of the Iliad before we can judge
 
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