Ephram's Garden 1

My entry for the Black Fantasy(CSF) and ApocaLEGO(Flickr) Contests. More pics on:

 

Brickshelf (when moderated)

www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=300093

 

MOC Pages for the backstory

www.mocpages.com/moc.php/47644

 

 

  • Andrew Becraft 7y

    The worm in the ground is certainly my favorite detail, but i also love the fact that you used a bit of green in the landscaping.
  • Runner up 7y

    I hate you. Really nice job.
  • Nannan Zhang 7y

    I won't deny it, this one is standing on top in my contest right now, and it probably does in Ry's as well (way to double dip Brian!). I'll attempt to rise up to the challenge in the apoc contest, and I hope for the same from the builders out there for the Black Fantasy one as well.

    This is really well done Brian.
  • Karf Oohlu 7y

    Very very well done, and thanks. The brinklink order I'm waiting on to finish my "tyre" snake entry is looking a little unhappy now, will still do it I guess, just have to make it twice as good as I was going to, just to have a chance.
    The flowers add a neat incongruity to the scene
  • Adrian Drake 7y

    This is really spectacular.
  • Chase Lewis [Vid] 7y

    Unbefeakinglievable. Rly.
  • Brian Kescenovitz 7y

    Thanks for the kind words everyone. It was a fun build and I'm glad people seem to like it.

    nnenn - Actually, I never have seen it, but I know what it's about and see the similarities.

    Dunechaser - I'm pretty happy with how the colors turned out, but I used up almost all my dark green plates! :-(

    Nannan - Well, there have been some great entries so far in both contests and I know there's some big ones yet to come. Like any contest though, win or lose, the real payoff is seeing all the MOCs that might not otherwise have been built. I know that's the case with mine!

    cthulthu - Sorry if I stole a bit of your tire snake thunder. Really though, I'm sure entries will be judged on their own individual merits and not who posted first. Or for that matter who posted last...;-)

    Again, thanks for all the feedback!
  • Karf Oohlu 7y

    No probs Brian, certainly wasn't serious at all, it's all good fun when it comes right down to it. Just your entry was so bloody good, it stunned me a little.
    Slither well and prosper : )
  • Andrew Racle 7y

    I guess the terrible future isn't sooooo bad if it looks so stunning. I look forward to running in vain from the mechanical terrors.
  • inrepose 7y

    Nice and organic. Like it a lot.
  • chrisd999 7y

    The best MOC I have ever seen in my entire life.
  • ScubaCJ 7y

    The little details in this MOC make it all amazing. For instance, the way the ground rises slightly were the worm has broken the surface and other details such as the scarecrow. I love it!!
  • AnonymousFanatic 7y

    This is amazing! I'm speechless...
  • Cade Roster 7y

    I know it's been said already but this is so win.
  • xmoshxlegox 7y

    looks amazing ! :)
  • Joris Blok 6y

    Never knew this was yours, mate. I have a question: Where do you get the tires you used for the 'tail'?
  • Brian Kescenovitz 6y

    ^ They’re the off-road balloon tires from the power racers line turned inside out.
  • Puddleglum- 6y

    This whole thing has a really organic feel, it's great. The mix of browns and greens, plates, slopes, and angles really sells it.
  • ModestLife 6y

    It really is a great biomech mix. Is the title a Lovecraft/ Chthulu reference? This thing erupting out of the cutesy Lego garden is hilarious! So cool.
  • Logan Y. 5y

    these people are in serious need of an exterminator... or a tac-nuke. Either one would suffice
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