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minifig books # 1: A Christmas Carol

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Scrooge and Marley meet again. As to why Scrooge has a head in a jar, I don't really know.

  1. teejayhanton 101 months ago | reply

    genius! as usual.

  2. Roo Reynolds 101 months ago | reply

    Vignette Brinks linked to Steve Bishop's take on this Festive scene. I must say I think I prefer the detail in yours though minifig.

  3. minifig 101 months ago | reply

    that's very kind of you. i think simplicity helps tell the story. and i'd made a bookshelf already and wanted to use it.

  4. QwirkSilver 99 months ago | reply

    love the head in the jar ting :)

  5. ·Will· 92 months ago | reply

    I've got a head in a jar, somewhere around here... Good job. Scrooge looks frightened.

  6. Manga-Ka 91 months ago | reply

    Wow thats cool!

  7. Cate Partridge Photography 90 months ago | reply

    Okay two of my absolutly favorite things here (legos and a christmas carol) Where are the rest of the scenes?

  8. minifig 90 months ago | reply

    OK, which scene would you like me to do? I'll do it before this Christmas. Promise.

  9. Victuallers 89 months ago | reply

    Got to be the arrival of Christmas present (nice pun) or the visit to Tiny Tim's house.... oh "head in a jar" ... isn't that a reference to all the ghosts going past the window ..

  10. ceisaunders 89 months ago | reply

    that was a film wastant it it was good!!

  11. Bart Willen 77 months ago | reply

    I'd change the gosts hands with light grey hands in stead of dark grey.

  12. minifig 77 months ago | reply

    It's a fair point. I'm not sure if I had any light grey hands when I made this though...

  13. deth eater 41 months ago | reply

    nice u should make the reast of the ghosts

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