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TimBurdon

MOC: The Big Guy - Large Minifig Sculpture

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Microfig? Nah. Minifig? Nah. Miniland? Nah. Try 1.6 meters tall and 90cm wide. Makes for an amazing wall hanging. I have been toying with making overly large displays etc. So I started off just making the head and then worked down from there. The bollards and shovel were added on later, as I though it needed something in front of it to make it look a bit more 'lifelike'

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Overview off all the parts of the sculpture

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How tall is it?

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The Shovel

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The Bollards

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You've built an impressive mosaic and the shovel and bollards are a nice touch! Is there any particular reason you chose to do the mosaic of a constuction worker minifigure?

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You've built an impressive mosaic and the shovel and bollards are a nice touch! Is there any particular reason you chose to do the mosaic of a constuction worker minifigure?

No particular reason. Just started playing with ideas and thought he works well with the colours I had laying around.

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I'd say that it is very well done! Thanks for sharing!

One detail I loved is the small minifigs on the shovel. Hehehe, reminds of a Twilight Zone episode I just watched: "The Little People".

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That is awesome! Brilliant mosaic. It looks very lifelike. Keep up the good work.

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