Cole [The Burn]

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.

  • JayDuck 6y

    Holy cow, that's awesome! Well done indeed.
  • Bart Willen 6y

    I thought this was real fire from the tumbnail!
  • Shannon Sproule 6y

    Hot hot hot!
  • ptroll 6y

    shit yeah.
  • ElNickre 6y

    You've really taken this to the next level.
  • [Dablackcat] 6y

    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....
  • Colin 6y

    By far your best in the series. I love that E! The shape is amazing.
  • Josh 6y

    Wow, simply amazing!
  • legovaughan 6y

    Now you're cooking with gas!
  • Chief / Ryan Wood 6y

    You're not human.
  • Alex W 6y

    You're building skills are like dipped in liquid awesomeness.
  • Cole Blaq 6y

    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.
  • Zeessi 6y

    This is beautimus, you're really outdone yourself on this one Cole. Very, very nice.
  • Billy McGill 6y

    Ohh! I love the color transitions! You've mastered that well.
  • Stylo_ 6y

    Beautiful! Great work!
  • SJ Commander - SPW / J-Tac / TPI 5y

    This is now officially my background. I love what you did here.
  • MicVash 5y

    Hey i found your creation on break.com!

    www.break.com/pictures/lego-fire1692624.html
  • Cole Blaq 5y

    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.
  • Alpha Brick 5y

    I like that you made with the LEGOS it is really cool!
  • Pierre E Fieschi 5y

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