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Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (2008)


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#1 Plutofish08

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Posted 04 October 2008 - 01:39 AM

Ah, the miracle of LEGO. Lets you make whatever you want.



So anyway, after seeing Journey To The Centre Of The Earth with my brothers, I decided to make some minifigs of the characters from that movie:
Sorry for the blurry pics:


Hannah (Dibs on the mountain guide :tongue: )And thats the only blonde long hairpiece I have
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Without backpack:
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Later in the movie:
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Sean: (I think his hair is black)
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Without backpack:
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And finally, Trevor:
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Without backpack:
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Later in the movie:
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So there you have it. And I know, I used the same Brendan Fraser head design as everyone else out there, but I swear I came up with it on my own. Later on, I will be posting some scenes (or vignettes, as you would call them) later on down the track. Please post comments, critisism and suggestions on how I could improve these figs.Coming soon: Trevor (Professor) and Mike (in the opening scene)


Check 'em out on Brickshelf
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View PostPlutofish08, on Oct 4 2008, 11:39 AM, said:

Ah, the miracle of LEGO. Lets you make whatever you want.

View PostPlutofish08, on Oct 4 2008, 04:08 PM, said:

Just keep building, just keep building, just keep building, building, building, what do we do we build, build, build.....
Yeah, I quoted myself in my own signature

Journey To The Centre Of The Earth minifigs
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#2 Zorro

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Posted 04 October 2008 - 02:28 AM

They look nice, as far as I can see, because of the blurry pics.

If you take a pic of a Lego minifig with a backpack, try to take it from the side or back...and use a white background (or at least an "even" one).

But anyway, they look realistic and quite good at first sight. :thumbup:

#3 Millacol88

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Posted 04 October 2008 - 03:14 AM

Good Figs. Does your camera have a macro function? If so, you should use it, I find it helps capture the minor nuances of very small/detailed subjects (I.E. minifigures).

I haven't seen this movie, I have, however, read the book and quite enjoyed it.

Keep up the good work. :thumbup:

#4 Plutofish08

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Posted 04 October 2008 - 06:25 AM

I finally got the camera to work properly for me, so I posted new "Plutofigs :tongue: " in a different topic in this forum.

And once I get an EPIII Obi-Wan head, I will make Max Anderson (same movie)and post it here for you all to see
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View PostPlutofish08, on Oct 4 2008, 11:39 AM, said:

Ah, the miracle of LEGO. Lets you make whatever you want.

View PostPlutofish08, on Oct 4 2008, 04:08 PM, said:

Just keep building, just keep building, just keep building, building, building, what do we do we build, build, build.....
Yeah, I quoted myself in my own signature

Journey To The Centre Of The Earth minifigs
Plutofigs 04/10/2008


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Brickshelf

#5 Lego12

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Posted 05 October 2008 - 08:06 PM

That looks pretty good, although they aren't the best minifigs.....it looks pretty good, though. :classic:

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