Bird o' Prey Redux

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I upload for your consideration, an edited image of my bird o' prey.

WilltheMasshole, Tøxicbricks, and 25 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. ~Ara~ 61 months ago | reply

    Wow. Great presentation. Clever use of those chairs.

  2. Shadow Viking 61 months ago | reply

    Eagle is a little mechanical looking, but still brilliant. The chair water is pure genius.

  3. Lino M 61 months ago | reply

    the wings, the rippling water, the fish...all of it just brilliant!

  4. Crimson Wolf 61 months ago | reply

    The wings seems a bit small for the length and relative ... chubbyness of the body. Other than that, really well done.

  5. Bart Willen 61 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Lego zoo, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. Blυe Star 61 months ago | reply

    This is damn cool.

  7. Dunechaser 61 months ago | reply

    The bird is certainly cool, but that water is brilliant. Well done.

  8. Larry Lars 61 months ago | reply

    Water, jumping fish, bird. All the different parts of this vig are really well done.

  9. Zarlighttusk 61 months ago | reply

    Nice job with the water! And you also caught the "Bigness" of the Eagles wings pretty well. It's funny your bird and mine both got Blogged on the same site.

  10. Mr. Mandalorian 60 months ago | reply

    Those are...chairs. Wow. Astounding piece use.

  11. ASneary 60 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm a member of a group called LEGO Techniques, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  12. eldeeem 60 months ago | reply

    Ah; now that the contest's over, I can comment! I agree about the chunkyness, but the wings and lower body construction are genius. I can't help but think I've seen that chairs-as-water technique before, though.

  13. AfroEngineer 60 months ago | reply

    I've only seen the chairs as wall technique before which is where I got some inspiration.

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