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Joe Vig - The Matrix
Trinity vs. Agent as an oblivious Joe ponders the mysteries of "reality" below. . .
About this creation
August 2005

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Last night my friend came online and said he had a suggestion for one of my "Joe Vignette" thingies. He said "How about that scene from Reloaded where Trinity and the Agent are shooting at each other while falling towards the street? Put Joe below them!"

...Okay.

After a quick 8x8 version, I refined it down to a 6x7 base. Figured out a way to do bullettime trails and Matrix code at the base, and it was done. A fast and fun build.






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   This is one tall vig. The tallest yet? I don't know.



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   Trinity vs. the Agent. Guns by the Little Armory.



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   Everytime I pick up the moc I whoosh it past my head making slow-motion shooting sounds. You know you'd do the same.



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   Trinity infinity.



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   "Rabbit... tastes like chicken. Veal... tastes like chicken." Joe is confounded by this mystery.



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   Closeup of the code. This was the last thing I added to the moc. The street just didn't have a strong visual element to compete with the pyrotechnics up on top, but then this idea came to mind.



Comments

 I like it 
  June 8, 2010
This is jaw-dropping. You've got the scene down, and you've even got Joe! (Yes, Joe Vig, me, me me meee!) I love the bullet trail from Trin's gun. Only quibble would have to be, building was all glass (minor) and Trinity needs shades. Beyond that, this is epic. Great MOC!
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  April 24, 2010
Ah, of course. Joe Vig experiences the reality of the Matrix in about 3 seconds. ~Ryan
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  May 13, 2009
Oh yes Thomson vs Trinity then Thomson kills her but thank to Neo he healed her nice MOC
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  December 19, 2008
It looks great!
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  December 14, 2007
I only saw the first Matrix. Awesome slow-mo. The code under the street is an excellent touch.
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  May 24, 2006
How have I missed this? Excellent.
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  November 29, 2005
AMAZING! The effects off the guns and the idea to put the code under the street level are GENIUS! The only thing I would suggest is maybe a broken windo on top??? just wondering if you could pull that off somehow...
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  October 4, 2005
i really like this i might use the idea with the gunfire on one of my creations.
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  September 27, 2005
I love your Joe vigs, especially this one. It's so perfect, I love the way you have Trinity and the Agent fighting, it looks just like the movie.
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  August 19, 2005
Woa! Awesome! I love the Matrix and that part of the movie. I especially like the "Matrix code" beneath the street.
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  August 11, 2005
Well done! Especially the base. I can see the gutter, the lane marking, and my favorite: the crisscrossing 0's and 1's that define this virtual world!
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  August 11, 2005
The Matrix movies are great. You captured the scene well! I made a few of my own Matrix vignettes a few weeks ago too, such as the part a few minutes before your shootout. (Trinity flipping off falling bike) Another was the "Revolutions" Neo vs. Smith fight. Neither was quite as good as yours. Anyway, rock on and keep building! -Josh
 I like it 
  August 11, 2005
This a really awsome and original idea. I agree, i would make slow mostion shooting sounds too, but who wouldnt?
 
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