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Kind of gives you an idea on the scale of some of the accesories, huh? I wanted to show how some things should be smaller.
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  August 17, 2013
Cool.
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  June 3, 2012
I've never seen a forced perspective model done like this. Very nice. P.S I dont know what you have against archery,a traditional longbow takes more pactice to master than a gun... just saying still nice creation
  April 24, 2012
There is a good (although not new) idea behind this, but there are so many things that are underone (like the table, there could be some details on that, possibly some treetops or buildings in the window). And that's not forced perspective, just not minifig scale.
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  April 24, 2012
Lol'd at the whole thing because it is very true. Overall good job, not much I can see you can improve on it, like that fact that all though it is sort of a funny piece it is still top notch and not something just thrown together, that means you put pride in what you build and what it all to be good even the simplest of things.
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  April 20, 2012
Very well done. the shoulder bag on the chair really drives the point home. The 4th photo is a bit blurry (doesn't help the overall presentation) but aside from that it is a very captivating MOC. Attack!
  April 18, 2012
I think it isn't so much that the accessories are too big, but the Minifigs are too small. There legs should be about twice as long as they are now. Some of the accessories are probably still a little big, but the main problem lies in the Minifig. Does this mean I want LEGO to change them? Of coarse not, they are a classic and I think it's rather funny when they have to stand on their car's bumper just to reach the trunk! A good MOC to get people thinking though, nice job!
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  April 18, 2012
it s very good! it makes it more obvious. it had me wondering for a moment! lol!
Caleb S.
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jack anderson
  April 17, 2012
too true. especially with sw helmets. One of the several flaws with lego..... the others include the lack of knees, and high prices. :D
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  April 17, 2012
real clever idea! I agree with you- most items are too big :(
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  April 17, 2012
Quoting Gringat the Repugnant Sorry, but... I'm not seeing it. At all. :/
What I'm trying to say is that parts like the cup and tools are just to big for a mini figure. I meen when was the last time you drank out of a cup the size of your head?
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  April 17, 2012
Awesome job!
  April 17, 2012
Sorry, but... I'm not seeing it. At all. :/
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  April 17, 2012
Quoting Commander Knox Nice to see your still MOCing! Nice work. How can this be photoshopped of you can see in picture 2 the reflection of the robot below?
And I'm glad your still following me
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  April 17, 2012
I think he means "this is mind boggling". Great Job! i love the way you used the forced perspective i have never seen someone do this before!
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  April 17, 2012
Quoting Daniel Boone Dude...this ism ind boggling. I love it though.
what does "this ism ind boggling" mean?
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  April 16, 2012
Nice to see your still MOCing! Nice work. How can this be photoshopped of you can see in picture 2 the reflection of the robot below?
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  April 16, 2012
Dude...this ism ind boggling. I love it though.
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  April 16, 2012
That's one mind blowin' head game ya got goin'! :)
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  April 16, 2012
Awesome job! It confuses the mind :P Please stay active in eXtreme TFOL's!
  April 16, 2012
I agree, it seemed like you photoshoped it, but you didn't! Very nice job giving it that toy feel! Excellent work!
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  April 16, 2012
Photo shop is a picture editing site go to photoshop.com
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  April 16, 2012
Quoting M2com McKinney I agree, it seemed you photoshoped it! Very nice job giving it that toy feel! Excellent work!
What is this photo shop everybody talks about?
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  April 16, 2012
Very interesting analysis of LEGO scaling. Besides that fact, this Moc is also simply a great piece of work!
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  April 16, 2012
Mind blown. O_0... At first I thought you photo-shopped the items smaller, but now it all looks legitimate. Very clever, if not brilliant. I'm still very amazed.
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  April 16, 2012
Awesome idea and great build!
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  April 16, 2012
Very interesting, nice job!
 
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