This is my older project never publicated on mocpages.
It is classic space base with hangars, base facilities, defense systems, etc :)
High resolution pics on my flickr
Well :Cold Moon was before Inferno :)
But it was a bit to complicated for mobile expositions. That was the one of reasons it was rebuilded into Inferno. Second reason was that initially i wanted to place it within lava environment. Currently i have different plans but it will be announced in proper time :).
Currently Inferno and Indiana Jones are displayed in Krakow, but in next 4 weeks they will be moved to Zakopane and Ko│obrzeg.
My Avatar diorama is currently displayed in Swarzewo (zbudujmy.to) after that it will be moved to Warszawa (lugpol) and later next cities.
And I working on new great project :)
Quoting Vaclav Mesaros
Hi Michal, so you upgraded your Inferno base right? Excellent job! btw where was the exposition of the Inferno held?
Awesome Moon-Base! Most I like the multiple landing platforms, and the classic coloursheme!
The fighter inside the Hangar is an eyecatcher, too. Now I know, what to do with my cs-yellow windscreens...
This is the best Space layout I have ever seen in my life. The lever of detail, use of parts and odd angles makes it 500000 stars worth:-) I really hope to see this in display someday. Are You member of any LUG? Hope to see You in Skaerbaek in Denmark in september:-9
Holy cow! I don't really play with any of my sets (just a few test swooshes once they are built) but I would get down on the ground and play with this set for hours with my son. Just amazing level of detail. Extremely jealous of your collection to be able to do all of that. Congratulations on your build. Again, just amazing detail and finished look of the set.
Unreal. The size, the detail... Wow. Most importantly the "it makes me feel like a giddy little kid again" factor. Plus the atmosphere it creates is right up there with watching Aliens or SW. It is this type of creation that begs for a back-story or an entire book to be written so that this can fit in somewhere in the mind's eye. Don't ask me what that last part meant, just know that it is a compliment. Excuse me, I'm headed over to flikr. - Matt
Can't get enough of this Base. For this MOC to be so 'authentic' in architecture, and use so much vintage System is a testament to your vision and ultimately, your skill as well. (unexpectedly; here's a little compliment to your Photoshop work with the Lighting filter as well. =P) Gloomy, and full of depth-of-field trickery, I can't help but get a little Ridley-Scott-and-the-late-Geiger-ish vibe from it all. Throw in a Xenomorph somewhere, and you have a full-fledge MOVIE Diorama on your hands. Lotsa love, man. Keep these coming! =) ~Cheers
what an amazingly detailed over the top MOC this is. the few pictures don;t do the greatness of this justice, like the glimpse of the walker we get int he last pic, and the glimpses of the many rooms inside the base that we can see in a couple of the shots. incredible. I especially like the blue spaceship that has the cement mixer parts as the main part of the fuselage. great designs all around
A very impressive build, and expertly presented! The build itself is highly developed, showing a style that is both consistent and very unique. The use of color and shape is really pleasing to the eye. But your photography, especially your use of shadow really augments a mood of "spooky driven purpose." I don't know what they do out there at that isolated facility... but I don't think I want to be caught loitering on their door step. Again, great presentation. Attack!