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Cole [The Burn]

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This is too fragile to transport and therefore will be represented only by a print.

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Mates, sorry for deleting the first photo (and with it the comments and favs), but I found a better one.

Thunder-blade, DarthNick, and 134 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. JayDuck 64 months ago | reply

    Holy cow, that's awesome! Well done indeed.

  2. Bart Willen 64 months ago | reply

    I thought this was real fire from the tumbnail!

  3. ptroll 64 months ago | reply

    shit yeah.

  4. ElNickre 64 months ago | reply

    You've really taken this to the next level.

  5. [Dablackcat] 64 months ago | reply

    Whoa, the details of this are amazing! When you look at it through blurred vision it looks quite realistic. Now all you need is some dramatic lighting....

  6. ElementalRahaga 64 months ago | reply

    By far your best in the series. I love that E! The shape is amazing.

  7. YourCure 64 months ago | reply

    Wow, simply amazing!

  8. legovaughan 64 months ago | reply

    Now you're cooking with gas!

  9. lights 64 months ago | reply

    You're not human.

  10. StoryWriter 64 months ago | reply

    You're building skills are like dipped in liquid awesomeness.

  11. Cole Blaq 64 months ago | reply

    WOW!
    ...such a response! I am overwhelmed.

    IRL the complexity of the flames and the clear colour graduation becomes more evident. Nevertheless I am happy that you could appreciate it merely from this one photo.

    Regarding the lighting a direct downlight works well, let's it kinda glow from the inside and all the trans-coloured bricks unfold their quailties. I'll make some other photos from different agles and another lighting situation.

    Tyler, Every time I'm doing something more sculptural I think of your green tower.

    Ken, on one hand it is that improvement becomes a burden but on the other hand I think that's it with working on yourself. No improvement without hardship and this one was nearly 3 weeks of constant work.

    Jovian & Lichtblau, one of my leading themes is trying to melt the basically 'square' character of the bicks into a fluid and 'round' form. That's one of the contrasts I like most which can be created with lego. But I don't mean a pixel work, that's more oldschool, I tend to gain in direction newschool.

    Aaron, I didn't know about that one...can I join too;-P Ta mate!

    Sly420, these are some serios word, thanks a lot!

    Chief, well, if you say so :-)

    Lights, when I look into the mirror, that's exactly what I feel sometimes. Aliens are real;-)

    Now I'm off to Munich and will hopefully manage to make some decent photos with my crappy cam.
    See y'all next week.
    All'f'y'er, 'ave a fortunate building time.

  12. Zeessi 64 months ago | reply

    This is beautimus, you're really outdone yourself on this one Cole. Very, very nice.

  13. Mt.Dew Monkey 63 months ago | reply

    Ohh! I love the color transitions! You've mastered that well.

  14. Stylo_ 63 months ago | reply

    Beautiful! Great work!

  15. SJ Commander - SPW / J-Tac / TPI 62 months ago | reply

    This is now officially my background. I love what you did here.

  16. MicVash 62 months ago | reply

    Hey i found your creation on break.com!

    www.break.com/pictures/lego-fire1692624.html

  17. Cole Blaq 62 months ago | reply

    Zeesi, thanks a lot.

    Mt. Dew, ta mate.
    The transition turned out more effective as I would have thought and the transcoloured flames nicely blur the borders of the colours.

    Cpt. Lawrence, thanks.

    SJ, well, that's nice. I hope it keeps you warm in the cold season and lightens your imagination;-)

    MicVash, thanks for the info. I don't know this site but it's nice seeing my stuff making the round and promoting the potential of the bricks.

  18. Alpha Brick 60 months ago | reply

    I like that you made with the LEGOS it is really cool!

  19. Pierre E Fieschi 55 months ago | reply

    That is seriously impressive! A great representation of your combined lego and graffiti skills!

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