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One Stormy Night in October
aka "Guess the inspiration"
About this creation
After a few final touches, the professor is ready to test the device.
By the next morning, the professor - and the device itself - had vanished.
That was three years ago.


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The device:

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Science: It's all fun and games until somebody crosses the streams.



Comments

 I like it 
  June 23, 2010
Wow...That's beautiful. A sheer work of genius, and such an amazing build.
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  April 13, 2009
It's astounding that you've created two different atmospheres with your ingenious lighting.
Alex Eylar
Heather LEGOgirl
  March 23, 2009
Alex, this completely reminds me of the movie The Prestige. Could you please get more Christian Bale in there for me? Thanks, you're a peach. ;)
 I made it 
  December 30, 2008
Guthrie - Nice job spotting the homage. And, I hate to nitpick, but it's not really a time machine. I never decided upon a use for the machine; I always thought it'd be better left unexplained.
 I like it 
  December 30, 2008
Hmmmm... I see The Time Machine in the last two second and third sentences, but the first one and the dramatic disposition of the minifigure tell me otherwise... either that or I'm just ignorant. Truly a clever MOC - my favorite part being (for some odd reason) the walls, and the Time Machine.
 I like it 
  November 7, 2008
I don't remember sending you pictures of my basement but you did a pretty good job of it. You did forget the wall with all the whips and paddles... opps said to much. ~ Chris.
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  October 29, 2008
Must be a user issue then, because my camera ,Canon S2-IS, is at least as good as that Sony.
 I made it 
  October 29, 2008
Eggplant - I use a Sony DSC-W55 or something. Seems to work fine.
 I like it 
  October 28, 2008
Say, what type of camera do you use? I have trouble taking darker photos and them not coming out grainy. Wonder if it is a camera or user issue.
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  October 28, 2008
I thought you were going to turn over a new leaf, stop shining lights through holes and all that good stuff. I guess going cold turkey didn't work out, huh?
Alex Eylar
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Heather LEGO Girl
  October 27, 2008
Someday, someone will compile a list of the names of the people that have not only changed the way that we build, but also the way that we capture the beauty of the creation that we put out for the world to view. I have money on your name being at the top of that list, Alex. And this MOC just made me feel that I've bet on the right horse. Giddy-up!
Alex Eylar
 I like it 
masterchief 1
  October 27, 2008
Why Lego is a artform...
Alex Eylar
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Dave Shaddix
  October 27, 2008
OF COURSE! Total protonic reversal! Crossing the streams would be 'bad', but there is definitely a slim chance we'll survive.
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  October 27, 2008
WOW, a great build and story! Love the Photos and the 'Machine'! Great concept and creation!
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  October 27, 2008
Now that's awesome. You have some sweet Photography as well as your usual amazing lighting. =)
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  October 27, 2008
wow I love it, reminds me of my childhood, mum ran a picture hall all those old movies fantastic. many thanks.
 I made it 
  October 27, 2008
Topsy - I'm pretty sure this scene would clash with the atmosphere of Heather's dollhouse. "Here's, the kitchen, isn't it lovely? Here's the master bedroom, such fine colors. Here's the basement, where an evil genius dared play God."
 I like it 
  October 27, 2008
Absolutely your best yet, and my personal favorite of yours. Beautiful photography, and that overhead shot of the chains is like poetry to me.
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  October 27, 2008
Your best yet. Fantastic!
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  October 27, 2008
Man,that last pic is awesome,nice job man~LL
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  October 27, 2008
Well, I think I have a new personal fav of yours - this one's terrific, Alex! (LOVE the overhead shots with the chains!) So with all these mad building, lighting, and story-telling skills, when do we get to see some stop-motion lego animation...I mean, it's the next logical step, right? Meanwhile this one's (in his best fashion designer's voice...) just PPHHAAAABULUS!
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  October 27, 2008
Unbelievable. I love the machine's design. Looks like something that could go well in Heather's Doll House. Good day
 I like it 
  October 27, 2008
Er, what she said. I think.
 
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