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Hoexbroe

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Hi all,

Today I set out to make a suitable buddy-icon, avatar, sig-fig, -or whatever you call it...

After some thinking and playing around, I came up with this;

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I call it "LEGO²" becuause it is Lego made in... Lego!

The wooden duck was actually one of the first toys made by the Lego company, around the year 1930.

The construction is a little rough, but I thik it looks good in 100x100 pixels... :laugh:

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This is like seeing ancient LEGO! :laugh:

Looks great in your second version and somehow, it reminds me of our Eurobricks Fellow, Etzel. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

*quack quack*

:tongue:

Thanks for sharing with us.

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It's indeed a really nice work! I mean, who doesn't like ducks? :wub:

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:laugh:

I love it!

Too bad it's not the perfect colors, but it's great nonetheless.

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I love this. Taking a Lego toy (made in the wooden era) and make a similar thing out of modern Lego seems like a great idea for a contest!

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Excellent brick-built version of the classic Lego duck Hoexbroe! Truly one of the most unique 'sig-fig' avatars in EB. Now Etzel is happy to have a fellow duck member around. :laugh:

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Amazing Lego work from on of the very first Lego toys!

It all started in 1932 with wooden toys. The name 'Lego' was only be used 2 years later in 1934. From the beginning He (Ole Kirk Christiansen - 'Father' of Lego) alsways payed attention to the quality of his products. Which you can still tell from the Legos we can buy these days.

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I don't think anyone saw this coming! :laugh: A very unique spin on the historical foundations of LEGO.

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This is a great idea for a MOC. :thumbup: Thanks for sharing.

It's indeed a really nice work! I mean, who doesn't like ducks? :wub:

I agree! Ducks are delicious! :devil:

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