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  1. gipmetro 38 months ago | reply

    I thought for sure you were molding kits now. Outstanding work!

  2. olivgrau 38 months ago | reply

    All ... ter ... SCHWEDE!!!* Man, I just sat here a while, mouth wide open! At first glance, I didn't realize that the 'plastic' holding the turtle parts are LEGO too! BRILL!

    (* something like holy cow, just in german)

  3. Bricksbeard 38 months ago | reply

    this is brilliant!!!

  4. .Tromas 38 months ago | reply

    Well if this isn't one of the most creative things that I have seen in a long time. Absolutely awesome :-D

  5. bricktrix 38 months ago | reply

    Just wicked mate :)

  6. megzter1 38 months ago | reply

    Awesome Pete!

    great idea! space turtles for all :)

  7. Loov'i Lukywalker 37 months ago | reply

    Excellent concept!

  8. MasterMinifig 37 months ago | reply

    For a second, I thought that you bought it. Then I saw everything was lego.

  9. Finward 36 months ago | reply

    Ack! This is plain brilliant D:

  10. ZEO CMF 36 months ago | reply

    impressive.

  11. LukeClarenceVan 35 months ago | reply

    That's... incredible.

  12. stueyh69 35 months ago | reply

    Hi Peter,it was really great meeting you both at the weekend, loved seeing all your work, and the Turtle Factory was my absolutly my favorite of the whole show, hope you had a great weekend too !

  13. metalicmisfit 35 months ago | reply

    This is Genius!

  14. Brick Productions 16 months ago | reply

    Where can I buy one? Hopefully they're not as expensive as "LEGO" sets;)

  15. Brick_Ninja! 14 months ago | reply

    Hah! Looks like some kind of plastic model kit. Very nice.

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