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Several Random Apocalyptic Scenes
4 scenes for the price of one!
About this creation
Every time people look at my stuff, they say things like "Wow, Mike! You are the best builder ever and you smell really good, like frying bacon! Do you ever build anything that you don't post because it doesn't makes sense/has too few pictures/just plain sucks?" The answer is yes. But, due to the sheer quantity of mediocre post-apoc legos I've built, I can mash them all into a presentable format and show it to the public. So, I give you Several Random Apocalyptic Scenes!
Pile of Bones

This one is called "Pile of Bones" . It depicts a ruined house filled with the bones of it's occupants. The reason this never made it to prime time is because my camera was messing around and decided not to take proper photos. So after much swearing and anger, I finally took a halfway decent pic. And that is what you see today.

Guts

This one is labled "Guts", and is pretty self explanatory. When zombies loose their legs, the crawl around with their hands and drag along a grisly caboose of intestines.

Zombike

Here's the Zombike scene, a diorama depicting the living dead chasing their prey using dirtbikes. I was inspired by the evil dudes on dirt bikes in the Resident Evil 5 trailer viewable here.

The hero, hair blown back from the wind, speeds down the busted road on a sleek black motorcycle. Can he get away, or will he become dinner for the dead?

You say zombie's can't drive bikes? Oh yeah? Ya every seen a zombie, bub? Cause I have, and when I did they were having a motocross rally.

The Grove

I built this after I was killing time at The Grove, a massive strip mall in Los Angeles. Me and my brother were discussing (we always do this) how the place would fare during a zombie attack. So later, I came home and built a small, lame diorama of The Grove after many years of zombie infestation.

The dead palm tree is pretty cool, but the rest of the vig kinda sucks. Uh huhuhuh huh. Check out the zombie sporting a tux.

This is supposed to be a posh clothing shop, will maniquinns boasting overpriced clothing. This vig might be a good one to revisit and improve sometime. But not today.



Comments

  April 21, 2009
Not to say anything bad but the guy who's getting chased by the motorcycle, his face expression just says Sh**! Not loudly, just just kinda like if someone cut themselves with a knife on accident.
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  July 28, 2008
Hey, send me some more dirty pictures, you pervert!
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  July 28, 2008
Yeah! Were you at the rally too? cuz I didn't see antoher alive person. however, they appeared to accept George Bush amongst them as a living person... hmmm...
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  July 28, 2008
Nice job! I like the motorcycle one, funny, WELL DONE!
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  July 28, 2008
Nice gang of mocs. A little bit of everything to look at. Snakes as guts is a good use of that part, after all how many snake scenes can one make. Putting a bunch of small things together in one post is much more considerate than making a seperate page for each. Thanks for that. Some other users here could take a lesson from your example. See ya around the pages. garth
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  July 28, 2008
r the mannequins goin 2 come 2 life like in condemned: criminal origins
 
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