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MOC: The Lego Chinese White Dolphin シナウスイロイルカ

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This is the Chinese White Dolphin (中華白海豚). It is also called Humpbacked Dolphin.

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First of all, I need to have a sketch!

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This is the prototype of the sculpture.

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It could be divided into pieces.

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How could you imagine its final outlook?

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Look! It's cutie! Hug me please!

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It's finally displayed with a metallic stand.

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I love its shadow too.

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Is it better with more of them?

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Oh....the baby is now in "water"!

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It loves the showcase too much!

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Oh...........It's the final showcase!

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Thanks to WWF!

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They're looking at me!

Enjoy!

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That is some seriously awesome shaping. :wub:

I'd hug it, but it's made of pointy LEGO bricks, and past experience *cough*my foot*cough* is telling me not too. :poke:

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Excellent work there! I'll have to remember that technique, I might use it one day.

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I love to make sculpture with this technique because it gives the creation of higher "resolution".

I have the same feeling as yours: I want to hug it just after the assembly of this baby!

I'll do more creations and share with you all in the future! :classic:

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Hello!

That's a great example of how to realise a complex shape with only using plates. Very well done! :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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Another lovely creation. :wub: It's really nice to see progress from the conceptual stage to the final build and display. Great work and I'm excited to see what you'll come up with next. :sweet:

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Schfio, another piece of amazing piece of creative artistic creation. I wish I can hug those dolphins too. It's really very beautifully done. :wub:

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