I'm just as bad as Bones, and am still playing catch up. I'll get to all of them...I swear it! And maybe I'll even build something one day too. LMAO This is a fantastic vig, and definitely captures the spirit of the season which seems to be more and more focused on greed! Excellent micro train also my friend.
Holy Xmas! I missed this too! Sorry Hans. Great scene and this reminds me of something I saw at a mall here the week prior to Xmas, two ladies screaming at each other over the last of something or other on the rack.....love that spirit!
Here's what gets me... she had the pepper spray on her person... which says to me that she KNEW she was going to use it (either for defense or offense, doesn't matter). That's premeditated in my book but hey, whatta' I know...
Quoting Mr. Xenomurphy
Hans, I'm always blown away when I study all the little details and your clever part usage in your MOCs. And you really have an eye for the perfect proportions and the best setting.
High praise from someone of your caliber; consider the feeling mutual! I mean, have you seen your Daily Planet?! =) Many thanks, my friend!~H
What a great way to celebrate SAINT NICHOLAS DAY but to see this MOC it is wonderfully detailed from the giant LEGO man to the child on Santa's (St. Nick's) lap. the toy solider floored me it was so easy to construct and so very obvious but it takes both creativity and imagination to conceive it! The micro train was my favorite feature as well. And great use of all the stuff that came with the collectible figures!
Have you see all I have in my WINTER WONDERLAND yet including my VISIT TO SANTA? Here's a link for you and others: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/248692 hope you enjoy it! Keep in mind I design sets that look like they are part of a LEGO Collection!
HAPPY ST. NICK'S!
My name day!
Great work! While this initially looks simple, the longer I look the more complex details are evident. Also, great idea. I could almost understand combatting for a gold C-3PO, at least more than a X-box.