Our 2014 LEGO Microbuild Tournament - The Simpsons Contest is now officially over. Thank you to everyone that entered or voted. There are lots of great entries so do check them all out. Without further ado, here are the winners!
In second place, we have StClair's First Church of Springfield. Prize awarded: 71005 The Simpsons LEGO Series Minifigures (complete set of all 16 minifigures!)
And in first place, we have moofer's Micro Springfield Elementary School. Prizes awarded: 71006 The Simpsons House and 71005 The Simpsons LEGO Series Minifigures (complete set of all 16 minifigures!)
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I would also like to extend a special Honorable Mention to agrahmann for kicking the contest off with such a strong entry. The Kwik-E-Mart build was not only superbly constructed but created so kwikly that it took nearly another month before anyone else dared enter. Hats off to you!
I agree with Vynsane's comment. As soon as I saw the amazing KwikiMart I decided not to enter the contest, but who can resist The Simpsons? I told my husband that my goal was to get one vote so thank you iccarus for that vote!
A big thank you to Toys N Bricks for having this fun contest. I've never won a Lego building contest before (this is my second try) and it was a subject that frankly I could not resist.
I thought the models were outstanding with at least 5 very strong contenders for a grand prize win, and StClair's model could not be improved upon - truly an exceptional entry in detail and execution. Congratulations StClair!
A wonderful experience through and through.
A sincerley appreciative AFOL,
Thank you moofer for your kind words and congratulations to you as well! You did a remarkable job recreating the Elementary School. I was particularly impressed by the vertical purple parts on either side of the entrance. Great solution. I also liked the techniques used for the entrance door and rounded window above the entrance. Binoculars on the roof was a great choice as well
Vynsane and SEK527 are right. When I saw agrahmann's Kwik-E-Mart I was at the brainstorming phase and almost didn't continue with my build. Very impressive.
Thank you also Toys N Bricks for the opportunity and the time spent moderating and facilitating the competition.
Thank you to ALL who entered, it was really fun to see so many great entries...you all are a very creative bunch and do not disappoint!
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