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Slums - MOC
Published 6 months ago
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Hello there! Here's my MOC for Star Wars day - a section of slums in the backwater area of some planet in the Star Wars galaxy.

This is my first time using this type of terrain (wrap-around SNOT), so that's not looking too good. XD

I'm still really proud of how this build came out, though.

I hope you like it as well!

~Operator011
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MrBrick
6 months ago
It looks great! The round studs on the sides of the terrain stick out a bit, but otherwise it’s really cool!
SnapStudio
6 months ago
This is super impressive looking, dude!

The back of the model is quite bare though.
Operator011
6 months ago
MB: Yeah, I realize that now.
Thanks!

Outlawious: Thank you!

Snap: It is indeed.
The reason for that is this: I only just remembered that SW day was coming up on the 2nd, so I didn't want to make something too big. I planned out the base, but I realized that there just wasn't enough room for the 3 buildings. So I shortened it to 2, and added a vaporator-type thing in place of the third one. The black on the ends of the buildings is where they would continue on. If I had the time, I would continue them much farther back, but I don't. I barely made it as it is.
Twiggy9997
6 months ago
This looks really Awesome Op!
Lax_Swag5
6 months ago
Woah!
Looks super cool, Op!
Operator011
6 months ago
Twiggy: Thank you!

Lax: Thanks very much!
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
This is amazing and front-page worthy!!
I’m not sure what you mean by the SNOT on the side, it’s good!!

(trust me, I know a lot about SNOT, and not just the LEGO kind...)
Graeca
6 months ago
I love it!
Greenflame24
6 months ago
...anyways... awesome build, better that what my granny once tried to make, couldn't be better, etc etc... everything I'm supposed to say about how AWESOME THIS THING IS!!!
sara3
6 months ago
Great job
Operator011
6 months ago
Thanks, everyone! And an extra-big "Thank you very much!" to whoever featured this!
Dragon_Rider06
6 months ago
Very well made!
The writer in me wants to know what the story behind this is
Operator011
6 months ago
D_R: Thank you! Well, I guess I should write something. Hm, that gives me an idea . . .
Prider
6 months ago
I love the render! (Can you show me how to do the sky???) I just made a brender- It took me *Cough* an hour *cough*.
Operator011
6 months ago
SlimBrick1: Thank you!

Lego_Tron: Thanks! I rendered it without any background and added the background from stock footage in a photo editor (I used Pixlr E). If you don't want to do that, there's an option to change the background from a solid color to an image, so it'll render with that already there.


LegoMaster707: Thanks! I don't know about that.
TheGecko7
6 months ago
Houston, we have a problem! Operator's builds are getting too good!
MrBrick
6 months ago
Nice renders Op!
Operator011
6 months ago
Gecko:
Thanks! Actually, the funny thing is, 2 of my featured models were actually just builds that I made for minifigures. They weren't even supposed to be MOCs.


MrBrick: Thanks! Well, I had to post something on Flickr. XD
Prider
6 months ago
Oh- Okay! (I've never tried using Pixlr to do an edit- I'll try!)
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