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Forresto

Dianoga

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Sorry for the blurry pictures :blush:

The Dianoga is a large mollusk that is found anywhere in the galaxy where there is warm water,and lots of food which typically turns out to be in large amounts of garbage. Usually very deadly if you're attacked alone and espescially common in larger industrial cities.

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I was'nt really impressed by TLC's Dianoga so I decided to make my own.

I hope you enjoyed and comments and constructive criticisms are welcome :classic:

Edited by KimT

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Only thing I would say is the colours, other then that its perfect! :thumbup:

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That looks good! :classic: Do the legs move?

Yes they do but not very well. I should say that they move very well and can go down all the way but it's very awkward looking with the back leg.

Only thing I would say is the colours, other then that its perfect!

Thank you and I know and I will work on that :classic:

Edited by Forresto

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Can you show it in a different pose? It looks too much like a dog standing up straight, but it still very good. :thumbup:

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Very good design there 'Forresto' - colours are very hard to match in Lego as we all know.

Like the eye stem - very good !

I'm a conformist! ! :sweet:

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Thank you and I know and I will work on that :classic:

Do you have a Pit-Droid minifigure? I would use a brown arm from that for the eye stalk. :wink:

Nice little creation though. :classic:

EDIT: Corrected 'orm' to 'arm'. :wacko:

Edited by Jammiedodger714

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That is really spot on. I mean those tenticle pieces really look like they were made for this exact application.

Awesome job man!

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