Winning MOC

The Final Round of the Top MOC Competition is over: Round 12 - December Final Rankings!. The prize for this round was €150 worth of LEGO.

Congratulations to Raskolnikov for his entry: MOC-6006 - Plus-Size AT_AT.

Top MOC Competition

That's a wrap for the Top MOC Competition. We had 12 months worth of great entries and awarded over €1000 worth of LEGO prizes! A huge thank you to LEGO for their support by funding the prizes for this competition.

There will be more competitions in the future, I'm not sure what form they will take yet. It's been a while since we did Alternate Build related stuff so I'm thinking about something along those lines. Stay tuned :)


  • 1 month, 1 week ago Jackson (8)
    that's really cool!
  • 3 months, 3 weeks ago Umbra-Manis (3369) MOC Designer
    Hallelujah! It's not technic! (Nothing against Technic MOCs, just 11/12 is ridiculous)
    • 3 months, 3 weeks ago LvdH (1929)
      I guess people like MOCs that do something. Like a "simple" creator house is likely doing less that a technic supercar. I think it's much more impressive to have something like a working gearbox, suspension, advanced geometry, etc.
      • 3 months, 3 weeks ago Legolijntje (22683) Set Manager ADMIN
        That's part of the reason for sure, but I think the bigger reason is the fact that the 'instruction-scene' for Technic MOCs is a lot more active than other themes.

        The reason for that, is that (I think) Technic is a lot more 'restricted' in terms of colors and parts than other themes. There are a bazillion of bricks and colors, but in Technic there's a relatively small number of colors and parts. That means that when you have let's say 10 Technic sets, you'll have a much higher percentage of parts for Technic mocs than when you buy 10 brick-based sets and you're looking to build a brick-based moc.

        If that makes sense... :P
    • 2 weeks, 3 days ago TeagueO (15268) MOC Designer
      Good point, but I love Technic models :)
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