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It's Not Easy Being Little and Green!
About this creation
On December 31st, I had the pleasure of meeting the great builder, Dave Kaleta at the V&A museum in London. At the museum he was displaying his equally great creation, It's Not Easy Being Green. To celebrate his fantastic creation, and to say thanks to Mr Kaleta, I decided to build a micro version of the model. Enjoy!

It's not easy being green (and tiny)

It's not easy being green (and tiny)

Thanks again to Mr Kaleta :)



Comments

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  February 8, 2012
Slightly disgusting but strangely amazing and great! keep up the good work!!! :)
George G.
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~~ Patrick~~ .
  January 16, 2012
You have been specially invited to "The Future Of The World" group to be a "war decider" (you were suggested by a member of the group)
  January 16, 2012
If you could get back to me, that'd be great.
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  January 16, 2012
Do you have a MocAthalon team yet? I was wondering if you'd be interested in putting a team together with me.
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  January 12, 2012
just went to your homepage, and realised I am only one day older than you!!! XD
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  January 12, 2012
Quoting Stuart Delahay Super job George, right down to the tools. And Dave is a staggeringly nice bloke isn't he? I wonder how he relieves stress? Perhaps by swinging around Chicago at night dealing with criminals..... Keep up the good work mate.
Or disecting frogs perhaps? :)
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  January 12, 2012
Super job George, right down to the tools. And Dave is a staggeringly nice bloke isn't he? I wonder how he relieves stress? Perhaps by swinging around Chicago at night dealing with criminals..... Keep up the good work mate.
  January 11, 2012
This is certainly a very odd creation, but brilliantly executed. Good work.
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  January 11, 2012
I dissected a frog today, and this looks spot on! Great job and a great tribute!
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  January 10, 2012
Lucky you meeting Dave! Anyway this is a brilliant MOC! Love all the gut details and everything else :) Excellent work :D
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  January 10, 2012
Brilliant tribute to a great MOC!
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  January 9, 2012
Nice little tribute!
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  January 9, 2012
Fantastic job, and an excellent tribute to a worthy gentleman. Last year at Brickworld he was so nice to me, he let me pretend I built the batcave. :P
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  January 9, 2012
Haha! Great tribute George and great micro work! I wish I could have been there too...
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  January 7, 2012
Quoting Mr. Xenomurphy Having a look at how many people like your creation, I'm glad to see that size doesn't always matter, especially when something is so brilliant. I really hope that I also can come and visit wonderful England one day.
I would love you to come and visit too :)
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  January 7, 2012
Having a look at how many people like your creation, I'm glad to see that size doesn't always matter, especially when something is so brilliant. I really hope that I also can come and visit wonderful England one day.
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  January 7, 2012
This is amazing:D
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  January 7, 2012
An excellent tribute! Great detail and design there George! You my young friend, also had the pleasure of meeting one of THE nicest people to grace our pages... heck, one of the nicest people PERIOD! Glad to hear you guys had a great time. And since you mentioned it... you've got my vote! Welcome to round 42! haha ~ Chris.
George G.
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Dave Sterling
  January 6, 2012
Brilliant microscale work! Very accurate and innovative parts usage. Nice job!
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  January 6, 2012
Gingerbread Man!
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  January 6, 2012
I didn't get it at first but then my cousin told me and the result was my eyes widening and jaw dropping.
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  January 6, 2012
I didn't get it at first but then my cousin told me and the result was my eyes widening and jaw dropping.
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  January 6, 2012
Beautiful micro-scale work, and worthy tribute to one of the best MOCs around.
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  January 6, 2012
Superb!
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  January 6, 2012
Quite a "nausea-stalgic" build for us biology survivors... Sorry... XD. Anyway, great job with all of the mini parts; I gotta see Kaleta's version now! :)
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  January 6, 2012
Very cool recreation! Sounds like you had a great time.~H
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  January 6, 2012
Awesome!
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  January 6, 2012
cool!
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  January 6, 2012
Wow! Looks just like Mr. Kaleta's real thing! Nice work.
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  January 6, 2012
Wow, really accurate and NPU on the arms!
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  January 6, 2012
Great work, a very accurate homage!
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  January 6, 2012
Great job!
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  January 6, 2012
Excellent work, I thought this was for the MOC Speed Contest (ya know, we have a shrink it category this round) until I remember that you are a judge :P Beautiful rendition of a classic MOC!
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  January 6, 2012
This is brilliant George, very nice work!
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  January 6, 2012
Quoting Leda Kat =^..^= George, this is excellent. I had the pleasure of seeing this great moc (and the master behind it) at Chicago last year. This version is actually very cute. Well done! I think the V&A should have little Lego sets like this for sale at the gift shop...
That's a great idea! Although I can't imagine the cost of these things, what with them being LEGO products and having the hefty V&A price tag :)
George G.
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Beaver ?
  January 5, 2012
Really accurate to the original creation, also nice addition of the disecting tools!
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  January 5, 2012
George, this is excellent. I had the pleasure of seeing this great moc (and the master behind it) at Chicago last year. This version is actually very cute. Well done! I think the V&A should have little Lego sets like this for sale at the gift shop...
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  January 5, 2012
Excellent micro creation!!! The shape is instantly recognizable!
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  January 5, 2012
Excellent micro creation!!! The shape is instantly recognizable!
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  January 5, 2012
Very nice, and Gory to boot.
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  January 5, 2012
Very recognizable, even from the thumbnail. An impressive tribute to an impressive MOC. Nicely built!
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  January 5, 2012
Great version of a spectacular MOC!
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  January 5, 2012
Impressive replica!
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  January 5, 2012
Wow! So much detail in such amount of scale! Impressive! :D
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  January 5, 2012
Sort of goin' along with the categories in the MOC speed contest? Alright I'll give you a score of 19 points + 2 bonus points = 21 Points! ;)
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  January 5, 2012
Wonderful! Instantly recognizable and suitably gory. Congrats on meeting Dave Kaleta, and welcome to Classic Race Teams :-)
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  January 5, 2012
Get choped up for science, or be eaten by French people, take your pick frogs!
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  January 5, 2012
Great work George! Lovely details at this scale!
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  January 5, 2012
nice detail.ther real one seems more gory but this is good
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  January 5, 2012
Excellent rendition, and it's almost as detailed as the full-sized one, which is very difficult to do on such a small scale. Very well done!
  January 5, 2012
Rib....squelch
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  January 5, 2012
Quoting DeTomaso Pantera Ribbit! Love this it's brilliant!
Well, I have discovered that when a frog is dead, it can no longer say 'ribbit'. Well, at least that's what I found out when I was doing my science exam revision *wink wink* ;)
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  January 5, 2012
Ribbit! Love this it's brilliant!
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  January 5, 2012
Haha this is really good, it all looks very neat. Well done :)
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  January 5, 2012
Quoting E.K.O . Nice work, very accurate! You really met Dave in London?
Yes we did :) It was ever so exciting!
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  January 5, 2012
Wow, I have to see a frog dissected AND a mini version to top it off... you people are sick. Nice job!
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  January 5, 2012
Awesome! The detail is impressive for such a small scale!
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  January 5, 2012
Nice work, very accurate! You really met Dave in London?
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  January 5, 2012
Haha. Very nice. :)
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  January 5, 2012
Poor kermit. Oh well when your a frog you either get dissected, or you lose both your legs. ~Mr.X~
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  January 5, 2012
great build! love it!
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  January 5, 2012
great build! love it!
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  January 5, 2012
EXCELLENT, George. You do yourself proud! :)
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  January 5, 2012
Quoting El Barto ! Man, that's a tough dissection! Must have needed loops for that one. Excellent build! You've got my vote! Oh wait...
I just need my vote from Chris and I'll make it to the next round! ;)
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  January 5, 2012
Man, that's a tough dissection! Must have needed loops for that one. Excellent build! You've got my vote! Oh wait...
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  January 5, 2012
Quoting Dave Kaleta George, What an excellent rendition! I've been meaning to try one myself, but never got around to it. Yours is probably better than anything I could have come up with. It was great meeting you and having your assistance with all those young Lego fans. Someday we may need to do a collaboration! Thanks Dave, I'm glad you like it! And I think a collaboration is a must :P ~Dave
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  January 5, 2012
George, What an excellent rendition! I've been meaning to try one myself, but never got around to it. Yours is probably better than anything I could have come up with. It was great meeting you and having your assistance with all those young Lego fans. Someday we may need to do a collaboration! ~Dave
 
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