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ALO Round 5: Halhi 141 vs David . . . Edward Vicari had gone missing that night. He had gone out on nights before, but never without telling his wife. Susanne was worried. The police came too late to stop the murder... but they still could capture the one who had done it.... ________________________________________________________________________ Built for the ALO in the category "Acts of Valor." My opponent is David . Behind the scenes. This MOC was designed with one specific angle in mind, so I thought it would be interesting to show a few messy behind the scenes shots. This apartment/condo building was my favorite. It was also tricky to design. Lots of SNOT involved, mainly for the brick texturing at the bottom and the windows. The warehouse building was simpler, but I still think it turned out well. The street lights are lit up with power functions lights! The wires and lights themselves were hidden behind the streetlights, so some careful camera angles can make them at least difficult to see. The rest of the wires are routed beneath the street and sidewalk. Routing for the lights. Some half-finished rockwork, until I realized that this part wouldn't be seen from the intended angle anyway. I'm pleased with how the tree came out. It's simple yet effective. This fence is one of my favorite parts. It's done using several tiles, half of which are one plate behind the other half. Some chains and string completed the look. The police car was the first part that I built. I'm pleased with how it turned out, considering that I'm not really a car builder. The front. The back. The rear window, done with a sideways windshield. This crate technique is new. It's made using six 2x2 tiles wedged into the bottoms of each other. The plant was one of my favorite little details... It's made using six Barraki spines stuck into two tread links. Thanks for visiting!


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