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Skalldyr

Skeleton Crab

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Hi all,

Due to demand, here are the instructions for my Halloween Avatar: CrabScales1.png

All parts you need...

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...The base...

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...Just adds some structure...

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...Scissors...

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...Aha...

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...Add the legs, and invert the scissors to form the eyes...

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...Other side....Done

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To compare the size.

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I hope you enjoyed what you saw. :classic:

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Brilliant, you got my vote! :thumbup:

It's especially funny as crabs don't have bone skeletons at all. :grin:

"Darling it's better, down where it's wetter - under the sea"

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Brilliant, you got my vote! :thumbup:

It's especially funny as crabs don't have bone skeletons at all. :grin:

"Darling it's better, down where it's wetter - under the sea"

Thank's, yes I konw they have no bone Skeletons but that makes it funnier, like you said.

:laugh:

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Brilliant, thanks for showing this, now i have to test it :classic: The skeleton crab may be a bit bigger, but it surely looks cool aye?

Once more, thanks

Captain Becker

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Great! It's very nice of you to share the build of your skeleton crab. With or without you sharing this, you really had my vote from the beginning. I hope you win! :wink:

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Nice work Skalldyr, Very nice of you to share your instructions.

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Thankyou Skalldyr for generously giving us building instructions for your Skeleton Crab! :thumbup:

I may have to build one of these myself. It is inventive how you attached the scissors and legs.

Well done. :classic:

~buddy~

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Hello!

A great brick-built creature with an inventive use of minifigure pieces. :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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This is really fun. The use of a few number of pieces to really display something well is really impressive.

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