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1 hour ago, Childe_Roland said:

Yep, that's the hair she has in my DA display. Not a perfect fit, but leaps and bounds better than her given hairpiece from the burrow.

Cool. I might pick one up through B+P next time I make an order. :)

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3 hours ago, BacktoBricks said:

Cool. I might pick one up through B+P next time I make an order. :)

For other ideas, I've got a Tonks ready except for a hairpiece using the Wanda Maximoff minifig from AoU. I think this will make a good Tonks, not movie accurate but something she would probably wear to a Weird Sisters concert or something :)

 

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6346792 flesh Head  is available from B&P and would make a great Mundungus Fletcher if you have not made one yet, pair it with the Torso from Hogsmeade and some medium legs and you got a really good likeness!

Here are some of my personal custom figures made mostly from parts from B&P:

 

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Thanks for the heads up on the Mundungus head @Bugbot20082. Just picked that up - so much cheaper than on BrickLink where it seems that you have to buy the whole figure.  Also picked up the Honeydukes torso. I was looking at Harry from Home Alone's torso as a base for Mundungus Fletcher too. But again too expensive on BL and doesn't appear on B&P just yet.

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After reading the previews on the products of next summer :wub: and hoping that LEGO will give us a lot of satisfaction this year :moar:, I present to you some of my custom minifigures (having some spare time, many other could follow :wink:)

51899235538_a484cb59eb_c.jpgThicknesse; Scrimgeour; Yaxley by Brick Matit, su Flickr

Yaxley: a possible character in the 76403_Ministry of Magic June set if this set is based, as it could be, on the Deathly Hallows. Particular pieces I used for him are 4594432 hairpiece (2010 Malfoy); 3626cpb2067 face (Viktor Krum); 973pb1184c01 torso.

Thicknesse: if the Ministry of Magic set would be DH based, well, Thicknesse could easily be the misterious character. For him I used 6310419 hairpiece (HP Centaur); 6310419 face; 973pb3230c01 torso (Mr Borgin).

Scrimgeour: a character that I fear we will hardly see produced by LEGO (unless we would have a third Harry Potter minifigures collection series), because he appears only in very few scenes in DH movie. By the way, for him I used 4568934 hairpiece (Mr Borgin); 3626cpb2067 face (Viktor Krum); 973pb0899c01 torso.

Enjoy!

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Ok, while waiting LEGO to give us Gringotts, Leaky Cauldron or other parts from Diagon and Knockturn Alley (will they :laugh:?) I share with you some custom characters:

51947510708_7ab922f6db_c.jpgGringotts' Goblins by Brick Matit, su Flickr

Griphook: taken from last year Advent Calendar... ok, ok he's not custom :snicker: but I can't avoid to put him in the photo!

Gringott: the owner of the namesake bank. I used 68498pb01 hairpiece (Griphook), 3626cpb0904 face (The Mandarin) and 973pb3230c01 torso (Mr Borgin).

Bogrod: for this bank employee we see in DH movie I used 68498pb01 hairpiece (Griphook); 3626bpb0485 face (2010 Dumbledore); and 973pb4036c01 torso (Griphook and the wizard in Wizarding World Pack).

51948042715_328bc18a1e_c.jpgTom the Innkeeper by Brick Matit, su Flickr

Tom Usual, I presume?, the Leaky Cauldron Innkeeper: I used 21268 hair, 3626bpb0588 head (2011 Ollivander) and 973pb4094c01 torso (Bob Cratchit).

51948043485_ace952c1f0_c.jpgKnockturn Alley Witch by Brick Matit, su Flickr

Knockturn Alley Witch: for this lovely witch from the most welcoming alley in all Britain I used the simple 6131 black wizard hat,  3626cpb2163 head (Minerva McGonagall in 2018 Great Hall) and 973pb3620c01 torso (Death Eater).

Enjoy :wink:

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