FilmGirl27, on Mar 28 2010, 02:14 PM, said:
Woah, great figures!
Keep it up!
Thank you, my lady! )
Burman, on Mar 28 2010, 03:37 PM, said:
The newest set of figures is fabulous.
The Star Wars Hoth Trooper face is perfect for Quirell.
I can't wait to see some more great Harry Potter minifigures.
Thanks, though the new part is unlikely to come soon, still stay tuned! )
indianajones, on Mar 28 2010, 08:45 PM, said:
Great Minifigs, even if they are only slightly changed. Proffesor Sprout's torso looks too clean IMO...
I'd like to see an Umbridge, Lego's head looked weird.
Thanks. Really? I consider LEGO Umbridge to be pretty well done. )
Severus, on Mar 29 2010, 06:01 AM, said:
Actually, I've seen figs on Brickshelf by him of the Hogwarts Ghosts, Rita Skeeter, Cornelius Fudge, Flitwhick and Uncle Vernon on the second or third page under "harry potter".
professor flitwick, on Mar 29 2010, 08:57 PM, said:
Wow Penguin, I didn't know that you did Harry Potter figures! They're great!
I love your Slughorn, the face does look like Jim Broadbent (or whoever played him).
I never new the one at the end of the Philosopher Stone was Madame Prince, (for reasons unbeknownst to me right now) I always thought she was Professor Aurora (or whoever the Astronomy teacher was. I was always sad that she and her classroom went undiscribed).
Your Poppy is brilliant, looks like the perfect Lego nurse!
Your Flitwick is good, but why did you make me look so old!
You should also make a third-movie Flickwick!
Your Vernon is perfect, especially his podginess!
Rita is great, both her and her outfit are beyond stunning!
All of your ghosts are perfect, I love the blood on the Baron's clothes!
Your Fudge is good, somewhat like mine I made (but didn't post)
Your Fred and George look good, but (no offence meant) nothing jumps of as spectacular.
Your sport is good, with the body looking better on her than it did on aunt may (no perverted undertones meant!
Your pink skin-afied teachers all look good!
Thanks a lot! )
it's always a pleasure to get feedback from HP fans! )
Any suggestions for future figs?
BlueBard, on Mar 30 2010, 05:19 AM, said:
Wonderful job, as usual The Penguin!
I especially like your choices for the heads, Trelawney's one for example was a really clever choice
Thanks a lot! )
I'm glad you liked those! )
JeagerEX, on Mar 30 2010, 11:21 PM, said:
That's really nice!! Especially Quirrel, Lockheart, and Spout they put them from video games to real-life minifigs.
So the redesigned version of Quirrel and Lockheart in flesh tone are just appeared in the video games.
The crazy one, on Apr 1 2010, 01:49 PM, said:
Wow, every set gets better and better! Stunning again. You really have mastered the tecniques perfectly.
Thank you very much. )
???theriddler???, on Apr 1 2010, 11:42 PM, said:
It's a good part, not one of the best, just good!
Where is Harry Potter?
Indeed so. Anyway i hope you liked it. )
In the next part! )
Burman, on Apr 2 2010, 01:56 AM, said:
Very nice. I like the new set just as much as like the last couple.
One thing I might suggest is that the sleeves on Dumbledore could be built up more so they covered the arm and draped.
Keep on customising, they have been brilliant so far.
A very useful suggestion, thanks! )
I should definitely give it a try! )
Admiral Croissant, on Apr 2 2010, 02:36 AM, said:
Good job! I like the way you made 'dad Dursley' fat and cut off their necks.
The other minifigs turned out very well too, but I like the Dursleys the most, it would be great if Lego also made a 'fat torso'.
Keep it up
Thank you, my Admiral
indianajones, on Apr 2 2010, 03:02 AM, said:
I like all of them except Moaning Myrtle seems odd to me.
I've never heard of Proffesor Binns before. Can you try Dudley with a neck? Vernon matches the look because of his belly, but Dudley has none.
Yep, I agree about Myrtle. I'll need to change her a bit, perhaps. )
Dudley has no big belly by the end of the book, does he?
Good day, ladies and gentlemen! )