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I've seen a few geishas around flickr lately and thought I'd try my hand at one.

Oh, the background image is not mine of course, it was taken from a greeting card.

Aroŋ., Ironsniper, SuperHardcoreDave, and 39 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Aroŋ. 51 months ago | reply

    That's just amazing. The way you made the mouth is also nicely done!

  2. SuperHardcoreDave 51 months ago | reply

    Man , I've probably said it before but I really like your build style - this is fantastic. The bottom of her dress might look better a bit wider but I can't think of a way to do that while keeping the clean lines you have going in this - good background choice as well.

  3. rongYIREN 51 months ago | reply

    Thanks man, I appreciate it! Actually that mouth idea was something I picked up from another flickr LEGO builder, it's a nice little technique.

    Thanks, I am with you on the width of the dress. I debated whether it was too narrow but actually had no good idea to widen it so just stuck with the narrow. The geisha dress style is narrow anyway so I guess it works out well for this MOC.

  4. Bricknave 51 months ago | reply

    Very clever use of the hands! Something like this should be a LEGO Promotion Set for Japanese companies. :-)

  5. Ochre Jelly 51 months ago | reply

    You're skills are complete, young Skywalker! Blogged.

  6. ted @ndes 51 months ago | reply

    Very nice geisha. Great style, and background. I particularly like the wide ends to the sleeves (which I neglected in mine)

  7. rongYIREN 51 months ago | reply

    Hey, thanks a lot! I'm very happy to be blogged on The Living Brick.
    Thanks, using the hands was just a last minute idea I decided to incorporate before photographing.
    Thanks, after seeing a couple LEGO geishas online I stumbled upon yours and it was the one that really spurred me to build this.

  8. Rupert Procter 33 months ago | reply

    Your stuff is too cool!!!

  9. rongYIREN 33 months ago | reply

    Thanks man, I appreciate it!

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