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Jungle Recon Mission

Post by C. Stone on Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:10 pm

My entry in the CCC Training Challenge







Commander Streak is ordered to recon an area near a new sep base on a jungle planet. Meanwhile, the rest of the squad uses an old abandoned tunnel to move in undetected.

"As they moved though the ancient tunnel, the tiles cracked and crumbled under their feet, revealing dirt and weeds."

More photos at my Gallery.
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Iceman792 on Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:46 pm

Simpy excellent, I love the foliage, the dual level feel and the excellent minifigures! I would watch out on the tile border though, because someone is going to cry fowl about the rules and get you disqualified if you don't watch it.
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by MilitaMoose on Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:51 pm

I've always been a fan of multi-leveled vignettes, and that tree is pretty cool.
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by C.J.Cutrone9 on Tue Feb 08, 2011 8:36 pm

This looks excelent. Keep up the great building. I also am a fan of the multi level thing too. Smile
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Troopa Daisy on Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:30 am

I like how from the side we can see kind of a cross section of the ground, like the grass and the soil and the top of the tunnel. I don't see much use for the edging though I don't think that's really necessary. Wink Smile
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Kir Kanos Kalinka on Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:40 am

Your custom clones aren't that bad! Well done. I feel you could make the top very lush with foliage though.
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by C. Stone on Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:51 am

Iceman792 wrote:Simpy excellent, I love the foliage, the dual level feel and the excellent minifigures! I would watch out on the tile border though, because someone is going to cry fowl about the rules and get you disqualified if you don't watch it.
Ya I know, but I've carefully studied the rules regarding this and I think it's fine.
MilitaMoose wrote:I've always been a fan of multi-leveled vignettes, and that tree is pretty cool.
cjcutrone9 wrote:This looks excelent. Keep up the great building. I also am a fan of the multi level thing too.
Thanks, I've always thought single floored vigs tend to be to bland.
Troopa Daisy wrote:I like how from the side we can see kind of a cross section of the ground, like the grass and the soil and the top of the tunnel. I don't see much use for the edging though I don't think that's really necessary.
Makes it look nicer!
Kir Kanos Kalinka wrote:Your custom clones aren't that bad! Well done. I feel you could make the top very lush with foliage though.
Aren't that bad? What's that mean? Laughing
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Wickedskillz on Wed Feb 09, 2011 9:21 am

Well, I have to say this is quite a nice little vignette. The foliage could be a bit thicker, but doesn't neccesarily need to be, depending on the look your going for. I think it would look cooler looking more overgrown, but this is still a great build.
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Legion Dude on Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:03 pm

It's really nice. A bit like my kind of MOC. Small, but detailed. Oh and for the airborne troopers: just carefully erase the ''nose'' in the visor and make the ''mouth'' like a BARC trooper. That's what I do. And then of course make those cool \\ things on his helmet. Thumbs up Wow this thing looks
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by C. Stone on Sat Feb 12, 2011 1:27 am

Thanks everyone.

253d legion guy wrote: Oh and for the airborne troopers: just carefully erase the ''nose'' in the visor and make the ''mouth'' like a BARC trooper. That's what I do. And then of course make those cool \\ things on his helmet. Thumbs up Wow this thing looks
Mhmm? I'm not so sure what you mean, these airborne troopers are made using label decals, not sharpie or paint if that's what you thought. Anyways, these are my old airborne trooper, my new one's look a lot better. Wink
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Legion Dude on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:43 am

No, I use the same decals, but in blue. And I do the markings on the helmet with a marker (waterproof), because they ain't sellin' those sharpies in the NETHERLANDS!!!!! And man, how much do I hate that fact.
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Re: Jungle Recon

Post by CC Stark on Sat Feb 12, 2011 11:51 pm

253d legion guy wrote:No, I use the same decals, but in blue. And I do the markings on the helmet with a marker (waterproof), because they ain't sellin' those sharpies in the NETHERLANDS!!!!! And man, how much do I hate that fact.


Ouch... looks like sharpie be hatin on you. But C. Stone nice figs and by the way I don't have that many tiles.
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by DarthVadar on Sat Feb 19, 2011 1:16 am

Very nice!
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Legion Dude on Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:24 pm

Finally! My flickr is on, so you can watch the photo's of my airborne's I was talking about. Hmm...
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Re: Jungle Recon Mission

Post by Rook on Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:36 pm

Maybe post this in your "Hello Thread". Not in someone's MOC thread. Thumbs up
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