Hellbelly

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    Star Wars LEGO Photography

    I finally got round to photographing the Dewback (a good 18 months after I bought him...) https://flic.kr/p/Lwx18d'>Dewback Patrol by Matt Birdsall, on Flickr
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    LEGO Ideas Doctor Who

    It's his hair style from the 50th Anniversary special.
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    Star Wars LEGO Photography

    Cheers! All done with LensFX on the iPhone.
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    Star Wars LEGO Photography

    Any landing you can walk away from... by Matt Birdsall, on Flickr
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    LEGO Ideas Doctor Who

    Capaldi's hair may not be unique to him, it could be from another set from another Autumn/Winter wave release.
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    Lego Licensed Photography Thread

    Necrocraft by Hellbelly, on Flickr
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    Lego Licensed Photography Thread

    It's shot "on location" at Kirstall Abbey in Leeds. A bit of contrast adjustment, soft focus and "colour grading" in Aperture (using Colour Efex Pro) and then the staff glow was added with LensFX on the iPhone.
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    UK Sales

    Not in mine (Halifax). Unless it was priced at full price but scanned through cheaper of course.
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    Review: 75083 AT-DP

    It's a different helmet. Ezra's is an Imperial Cadet Helmet (the same one he wears in "Breaking Ranks).
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    Single Pane LEGO Licensed Theme Funnies

    Nova Corp by Hellbelly, on Flickr Seems that cops are the same the universe over :)
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    Lego Licensed Photography Thread

    Nova Corp by Hellbelly, on Flickr Seems that cops are the same the universe over :)
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    Star Wars LEGO Photography

    I don't have a lot of SW Lego, but here are a couple. Biker Scout by Hellbelly, on Flickr Horsey Scout by Hellbelly, on Flickr
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    Lego Licensed Photography Thread

    Gandalf enters Dol Guldur by Hellbelly, on Flickr
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    Super Heroes 2014 Rumors & Discussion

    It's the "Batman of Zur-En-Arrh" costume, originally from a story from 1958, but resurrected recently by Grant Morrison and in the "Brave and the Bold" animated series. Originally it was worn by the Batman of another planet, but when Morrison used it it was a "backup personality" Bruce Wayne had set up in case his own personality was even compromised (talk about being prepared for every eventuality. Wether or not we'll ever see it in a set is anyones guess.