Etel Enzos recreated scenes from the first half of the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The model begins in The Shire, travels through Old Forest, followed by the Brandiwine river, the village of Bree, Weathertop and finally Rivendell.
Carter Witz's favorite book in the Chronicles of Narnia series is the The Horse and His Boy (book five). The constructed scene of Tashbaan depicts Shasta mistaken for Prince Corin by the Narnians. In addition to the scene the archway and buildings also use great texturing detail.
Eggy Pop returned to building by constructing Castle Pyke from Game of Thrones. The castle sits atop "the fingers" which depict a hand emerging from the sea.
Pieter Dennison distracted himself from work by building a neat dilapidated cottage, home of old man Percy. The construction of the walls and roof are incredible, giving the MOC a Dr. Seuss kind of feel.
A recent MOC by Ben Cossy stands out for its dynamic, mid-collapse pose. The effort in detailing both halves of this doomed lowrise is particularly noteworthy.
Koen's latest project is the infamous Barad-dûr from the Lord of the Rings. The fortress uses 6300 piece and is surrounded by sunken lava (a great effect achieved by transparent orange elements).
SEBASTIAN-Z continued his Game of Thrones builds with a new model titled "Shame! - 2". The scene portrays Cersei's Walk of Atonement in King's Landing.
monstrophonic's created a scene entitled Syndrome's Revenge, from the movie The Incredibles. The MOC features a droid beaming a ray into the middle of a road. Of the course the "Syndrome's Revenge" is blogged for the amazing architecture of the four facades, but the alien makes for a nice touch.
SEBASTIAN-Z built a series of Game of Thrones inspired vignettes. The modules in order are entitled Ned vs Jamie, Castle Black, North of the Wall and No One.
soccersnyderi's version of Rivendell is pretty incredible. The model took a few weeks to complete which is amazing considering the amount of detail in the Lord of the Rings MOC.