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So many of the people who like the SImpsons are fans of the many nice LEGO sets that were made by the LEGOS to be about the show. But i thought there should be a very big statue of the head of Hommer Simpsen the dad from the Simpsons. So I did the statue in the LDD. It's good old Hommer Simspon and his dognut. Homar has a mouth and just like in the show it is full of many food. He is gluttonous but love able. His tounge moves too and there is food in his mouth. Here is the Homer eat the donut. Hommer have many adventures with his wife Marg and his children Magey, Lysol, and Bert. They live in town of Springtown and have adventures with Mr. Barnes and Smather, Kirsten the Cloun, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Ralf and Chef Wiggem, Hand Malloman, and even Bender the Robot. I will make all of them to have adventures soon. I uploaded the Hommer so you all can look on it with you're computer and change it to be green if you really like. HOMMER SIMPSEN.lxf I hope you like the lego building I made
I've had a bunch of licence-related MOCs on the go for ages, but this time last week, inspiration struck - and I've quickly pulled together this MOC of 'The Homer'. This is the car from The Simpsons episode Oh Brother Where Art Thou? where Homer designs a terrible, terrible car for his long-lost brother's car company. In the show, the results are disastrous... But for me, this has been a lot of fun. I built it across three evenings, and used the recent Hot Wheels version of The Homer (only £1.75 in supermarkets here in the UK!) for reference on the proportions. I avoided looking at the one or two other MOCs of this out there. DSC_0263 by MOChael, on Flickr That's the main image and the gallery has more shots, including some comparisons for size with Wetwired's excellent LEGO Ideas ECTO-1 from this summer. Most pleasing part of the build has been using part #12708 - this is one half of the Christmas Baubles you can by from LEGO S@H and the retail stores. I've wanted to use one in a build for ages (and have a bunch of ideas in my head but not had any time to implement them until now). Here, I think the contours inside the dome (which usually hold a dish when actually used as a christmas bauble) suit the windscreen really well. It's obviously an unorthodox piece, but I do consider it a true LEGO piece - the whole on the tab at the top of the dome is stud-sized! That's how I was able to make something with a Technic peg/pin that created a structure to hold the horn and also helped hold the dome in place. I build it with a bunch of PAB wall pieces - that lime green colour is rife at the moment, and spot on here - plus four Mixels packs and some of my spares.