My Creations For Charity key-chain arrived today, so I was inspired to make a little Holiday dio to showcase it...
About this creation
It would have been great to take the time and try to make tracks, but I have too many other things distracting me and wanted to make sure that this got done.
With the last details of Hard Knocks being finalized and figs put together, I want to focus my concentration there, so as to post in time for New Years Eve.
I have long wanted to attempt a mini-train using the LEGO launcher, it just looked like one to me. Now I've finally gotten around to it and am quite pleased with the result. In case you are wondering, all the pieces are connected, quite well actually, but it does not roll=P
I would catch hell from the guys if I didn't include this shot...
Yet another angle...
Elf ears, elf ears, cute and pointy elf ears...
You have to love to fisherman's beard! It makes for a much better Santa then the classic wizard's beard.
Is it just me or does Frosty's grin seem to have a psychotic undertone?
The guys initialed the back.
Fourth Dimension Commentary: I think it's great that the team over at Creations For Charity give these as a small thank you for taking part in their event, albeit unnecessary. It was a joy to be a part of and I look forward to participating again next year. Also, thanks again to Patrick Leung for his purchase of my creation. Merry Christmas to him, to CFC and to all of you!~H
Amazing! A very nice Chrismass MOC, but I really love the train! That is the most amazing mini trains I have ever seen (and is probaly pretty high up on the list of best LEGO trains period).
And yes, frosty does look like a schyco path, a mistaked that head for a Joker head at first glance.
the train is great! a launcher? wow! if i ever get one, i ll try a few things since mark kelso also have done something interesting with one! the scene is also very elegant and charming! great work han!
Choo-Choo shaarp and new.
You did a great job!
I love the use of the Mini figures parts from series 2 & 3.
I got an extra fisherman for the beard as well.
I love your snowman.
I may co-opt it!
Keep up the great work!
Hey I got one of those too! Congrats on being part of that great event. I'm really looking forward to next year as well. That train is great! Excellent idea using the launcher... never woulda thought of that! ~ Chris.
Smart use of that launcher mate, loving the elf and Santa rocking a James Brown cape. The Snowman is a little scary, but notch another use up for mimes - I just don't know why people are not into them. Great Job and well done on your contribution to a good cause.