I started playing around with minfig pieces again, trying out new faces and hairpieces, this is what a I came out with!
About this creation
A man of the sea.
A strange human-esque being from the beautifully foliaged desert planet of Malesope.
I new there had to be more uses for that Huttlet creature, so that's one.
Don't let his ponytail fool you...he can rip your arms off faster than Chewbacca can!
I never really had an idea of what Spinter was, I just wanted to make a fig with that hairpiece. Maybe she's some kind of superhero or villain?
My history class has been studying the events like The Boston Tea Party, the Stamp Acts and such for a while now, most of which all including British redcoats, I couldn't help but make one myself. This was a nice use for the "Ringmaster's" torso piece.
A use of the Count Dooku/Madame Hooch hairpiece.
I got the Harry Potter "Burrow" set for my birthday a little ways back, and I immediately found this perfect use for Bellatrix's hair. This is Elaine Benes from the TV sitcom Seinfeld.
Some sort of demon?
Hands are a ton of fun to use for what they were meant for. I made this shield a ways ago with a dumbbell weight and some hands, but John Moffat beat me to posting it.
A shot of the whole group. Nine little sets in all.
The right half..
And the left half.
I spent a heck of a lot of time on photoshop for these, which were all fun to make, especially the bases. I'm not sure when or what my next creation will be, but I hope it's good.
These are really cool. Yesterday i found the ringmaster at borders and was stumped on how to use the torso. Luckily, you just gave me a good use. My favorite has to be the oddly unclothed barbarian. nice job on all of these.