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Hello Kitty and friend
About this creation
I actually built Hello Kitty before the Snoopy and Calvin, but never posted it until now.

It was a nice short project requiring probably about a few hundred pieces each. I used almost all blocks except for a few slope pieces for the ears and feet and plates for the whiskers.




Comments

  December 5, 2012
I love these I wanted to make them myself do you know how many of each color bricks it took and of what bricks I see a lot of standard bricks if you could tell me thanks.
Bernard Obes
Ed A
  August 27, 2010
that is bril
  January 6, 2009
The noses look weird.
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  May 3, 2006
I agree with Dave, good job.
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  May 3, 2006
I really like these small sculptures. The things that stand out to me are: 1. The almost exclusive use of standard bricks. I enjoy seeing smaller models like these that rely on the skillful use of the standard brick. 2. I like the well placed usage of the slopes and the plates. Their small amount of actual variation from the standard brick adds a considerable amount of interest to the model. 3. The two models themselves are essentially the same, but with the variation in color and the placement of the bow (Tie and Hair) a unique effect for each is achieved. This is very good work. I will be showing this to my daughter as she develops her Lego skills. (See her work under the "Children's Models" section of my MOCpages area)
 
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