- Exellent use of these!! How did you attach them?? - legomocs.
- Wow. This is genius. - Captain Redstorm
- Genius cornfield and scarecrow - waferthinninja
- Great detail. - Mdrn~Mrvls
- Really great technique and I am also wondering how did you do it? - Gusalagupagoo
- I agree! - Gusalagupagoo
- Good sloping technique. - Gusalagupagoo
- Nice use of the arms... - brickapolis
- Hehe, I love this! - Dr. X.
- EPIC. - Dr. X.
- Verah Naahce. - Dr. X.
- This curved slope is the ONLY thing I don't like... - Dr. X.
- Go on-spill it. It'll make you even more famous in the Lego world. BTW great MOC! - Zimzø
- Genius! - Zimzø
- The bottom layer of flippers is clipped onto an exo-force trans bendy-thing, and the upper layers of flippers each have a 1x1 plate/stud/brick attached, and just balance on top. There's a core made of different sized wheels which keep the shape and distance between the flipper and centre regular...
- ...It's pretty fragile, but some combination of elastic bands or other bendy stuff and more clips (I completely ran out) would make it strongerer.
- Lolz, now we all know...and I'm sure we all want pics as well...(sorry ;D)Lolz, you said "strongerer"! - Zimzø
- Petit Filous.
- what is this supposed 2 b? - the holy moly212
- Hay wagon ;-)
- o, ok. - the holy moly212
We have no time to stand and stare
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