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Igor Impulse set

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On Lowlug.nl the annual LZHHM contest (Laat Zien Hoe Het Moet or Show How It Should Be Done) has started. This time with two categories; Impulse set and Architecture.

This is my entry for the Impulse set category.

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Discworld Impulse set, 4467 by L-space, on Flickr

Igor is ready in his small workshop to lend a hand. With his tools of the trade he can handle his master's every wish.

Don't forget to keep his suitcase at hand in case the angry mob shows up.

An Igor with the tools of the trade, always willing to lend an extra hand. :laugh:

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While I like the figure itself, the table really makes it. It looks like a mad scientist's table.

Nice job. :sweet:

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LOL, this looks great! :thumbup:

Good luck in the contest! :thumbup:

Thanks.

While I like the figure itself, the table really makes it. It looks like a mad scientist's table.

Nice job. :sweet:

Glad I got that idea across, the Igors usually work for a mad scientist. That's where the idea came from.

Very nice impulse set! I would buy two of them. :classic:

Sorry: only 1 available and I'm keeping it. :laugh:

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Neat little design 'L-space' and I didn't know that Igor played tennis ! :laugh:

Brick On ! :grin:

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Nowing Igors it probably is something like an internal organ leaking set or something.

BTW I forgot the description:

Igor is ready in his small workshop to lend a hand. With his tools of the trade he can handle his master's every wish.

Don't forget to keep his suitcase at hand in case the angry mob shows up.

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That's a nice little set! I think this little piece would be a great addition, in case you're still looking to improve it. :)

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That's a nice little set! I think this little piece would be a great addition, in case you're still looking to improve it. :)

Indeed, thanks for the tip. :thumbup:

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