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One of the recently released sets from The LEGO Movie 2 is the #70842 LEGO Movie 2 Emmet’s Triple-Decker Couch Mech. Back in the first part of The LEGO Movie, Emmet introduces his iconic invention, the double-decker couch, “so everyone could watch TV together and be buddies”. The double-decker couch appeared in several scenes in […] Original link Original author: admin http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/thebrickblogger/~4/O4wYbP-Quas
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“The sea, she’s like a lady. You dance with her you dance by her lead otherwise she chew ye up and swallow ye whole.” How do you like my grizzled sea captain impersonation? Needs work? Yeah, you’re probably right. I was just channeling Ahab, Nemo, and a bit of Quint from Jaws who, as it turned out, needed a “bigga boat.” This historic LEGO harbor scene by Vaionaut has all the quaint charm of Amity without the danger. Upon further inspection, the cannons, soldiers, pirates, and other details do suggest danger and intrigue–though likely not shark related. Everything from the expertly crafted curved wall, to the granite sailing ship model, to the intricate detailing on the rooftops is a treat to behold. My favorite feature is the hanging sailor-capped albatross totem bearing a close resemblance to Donald Duck. This is like the opening chapter of a great seafaring adventure novel...Historic Harbour Scene
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In the opening scene of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Luke famously chucks his old lightsaber off a cliff like a week-old burrito, and thanks to a not-quite-canon “ deleted scene ” from the Blu-ray, we now know what happened to the weapon after being discovered by the Ahch-To’s most adorable inhabitants, who just might be too innocent for their own good. Of course, every memorable moment in Star Wars deserves to be immortalized in LEGO, and that’s where builder Takamichi Irie comes in, with an excellent recreation utilizing the official life-size LEGO Porg set . The post Curiosity killed the Porg appeared first on The Brothers Brick . Original link Original author: Chris Porg Jedi By Takamichi Irie 640x360
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I have two things to brighten your day. One is a recipe for jelly cookies . The other is this creation by Djokson called Umi the Jelly. Her hobbies include drifting aimlessly and tending to her coral garden which, truth be told, would reduce stress if most of us spent our days doing the same. She seems quite at peace drifting among the colorful reef. Her tendrils, translucent flowing limbs, even the choice of background color all comprise a rather tranquil composition. This jelly creature is totally my jam or um…jelly, as it were. See, I told you this would brighten your day! The post This jelly is totally my jam appeared first on The Brothers Brick . Original link Original author: Lino Umi the Jelly
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Second update: The stickers were doled out by an employee as the little builds were being assembled, so no chance of seeing them turn up elsewhere. Perhaps a member of the AFOL community can drum up... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Original link http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/fbtb/~4/VvG-LPPWYYM
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