|Name of Model: A.B.S. Snorter and his Lego brick sorter|
|Created by: Legohaulic (Tyler)|
|Found at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/legohaulic/5515324610/|
The verse above was written by the builder (who also took the lone photograph of this model). Clearly, someone has been inspired by Dr. Seuss. His unique style of illustrating comes across clearly here, as does the whimsical feel of his children's books. The most obvious special technique here is probably the hands - they're made out of minifig arms, but with the minifig hands attaching them to plates with bars and the shoulder joints facing outward. In the back, we see what appears to be falling bricks but turns out to be completely attached. Things are built out in every direction to get the look just right. I particularly love how the arms coming out of the sides are mounted on white steering wheels, which provide a nifty porthole effect.
Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Posted by Dan at 11:26 PM