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LEGO IDEAS- Winnie the Pooh

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On 3/2/2020 at 8:53 PM, Gomek said:

1 and 2 being reasons to buy, and 3 and 4 being reasons not to buy.

Yeah I agree on that. Although I will still pick up the set in a case 3 or 4 scenario as a display piece if we ever get the figures in a cmf series.

I think the sesame street set might give us a pretty good idea of what we can expect, as that one is in a pretty similar situation.

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On 3/2/2020 at 2:53 PM, Gomek said:

I agree this is a pretty interesting idea as it makes a lot more sense (scale-wise) with a Christopher Robin figure.

I guess my preference would be  1) figures with molded heads,  2) animal molds  >>>  3) Brick built (which I don't think will capture the likenesses)  >>>  4) printed on regular figures (which would look awful)

1 and 2 being reasons to buy, and 3 and 4 being reasons not to buy.

 

Reason 4 reminds me of that LEGO Ideas The Flintstones set.

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3 hours ago, MatthewRC said:

Reason 4 reminds me of that LEGO Ideas The Flintstones set.

The way I've felt about it is this...

For most human charters a normal printed head is fine. The problem is it seems to be becoming a 'rule' for all human characters whether they are animated or not.

When these characters are cartoons but NOT highly stylized, like the Scooby Doo gang, Peter Pan or even Aladdin, it looks fine. When the charters are highly stylized, like Woody, Buzz, Mr. Incredible or the Flintstones, you just completely loose the resemblance to the characters and the figures just look cheap.

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As @Harkonen mentioned in the Monkey Kid topic, they might use the newly leaked pig chef mold for piglet. Although I still hope for new molds, it will at least look better than the pig mask or spider-ham. It's only a little bit too fat and the ears are in the wrong place but at least shaped the right way.

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