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Darth Yogi

Commander Bly

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MOODSWIM's tutorial inspired me to make this creation, and so much credit goes to him. Also credit to Brickdocter for the arms on the helmet.

Here it is.

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Commander Bly on Flickr

Thanks for looking. Please C&C.

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An AWESOME Mood-style figure 'Darth Yogi', great detailing and nice blaster rifle too ! :grin:

Mood-build On 'Darth Yogi' ! :grin:

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I just commented on this on Flickr and this guy turned out great! :thumbup: The color scheme is very accurate and that blaster rifle is awesome! :sweet:

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Nice MoodLand fig! Good use of those minifig arms for the helmet. :thumbup:

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Excellent work. As others have said, the rifle is lovely. :wub: Is the kama made of official LEGO cloth, or is it custom? It reminds me of a Belville element.

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Thanks for all the comments, and I'm glad you like it, and that the rifle was so popular.

Nice MoodLand fig! Good use of those minifig arms for the helmet. :thumbup:

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Thanks so much for the blog. The arms were actually from MOODSWIM, which I believe he said was Brickdocter's idea when he posted Rex and Cody. I forgot to give credit for that but I'll add it :blush:

Excellent work. As others have said, the rifle is lovely. :wub: Is the kama made of official LEGO cloth, or is it custom? It reminds me of a Belville element.

Thanks. The kama is custom made, so not from Belville :thumbup:

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Oh yeah, I forgot. :blush: Still, nice work.

By the way, I like your pauldron a little better than Moodswim's. It may look less "smooth", but it also looks less bulky. :thumbup:

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Oh yeah, I forgot. :blush: Still, nice work.

By the way, I like your pauldron a little better than Moodswim's. It may look less "smooth", but it also looks less bulky. :thumbup:

Thanks, but I think MOODSWIM's looks better for CW which Rex is from, and the "Revenge of the Sith" Clones pauldrons are smaller, so fits Bly.

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Thanks so much for the blog. The arms were actually from MOODSWIM, which I believe he said was Brickdocter's idea when he posted Rex and Cody. I forgot to give credit for that but I'll add it :blush:

Yep, from my UCS Alpha-3.

You can sort of see it in this picture.

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Thanks, but I think MOODSWIM's looks better for CW which Rex is from, and the "Revenge of the Sith" Clones pauldrons are smaller, so fits Bly.

I think one of things that's really great about other builders making figs in this scale is that they (like you, Yogi) can make little changes/adjustments that maybe I wouldn't have thought of, like the pauldron. :wink:

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I wanted to comment on Bly himself (who is amasing) however all I could see was the perfect Mood-land scale DC-15 rifle :blush:. Really good job Darth Yogi :thumbup:. This scale is really good I might have to have a go some time.

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Excellent work! A very slick look, in combination with an awesome rifle and a neat designed head is just amazing. Keep up the good work!

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This scale just presents so many great opportunities, I can't wait to see what you might be able to come up with next.

Just a question, how poseable are these? I can see plenty of hinges, but didn't know how much the extra pieces could restrict movement.

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This scale just presents so many great opportunities, I can't wait to see what you might be able to come up with next.

Just a question, how poseable are these? I can see plenty of hinges, but didn't know how much the extra pieces could restrict movement.

If you check out my "How-to" post, these figs are EXTREMELY poseable, which is one of the best things about the design. :thumbup:

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