Here is my entry to the 100 Piece Brick Built Figure contest. I built a medieval tavern girl. I apologize that the pictures are not the greatest. I was photographing in less than ideal lighting conditions.
So, there are the pieces, 93 by my count. For mystery pieces, I included the banana (as hair, of course) and the tube (as some sort of liquid in the cup). I also included the support but only as a, well, support element that is concealed in the skirt so I don't know if it will count.
I think someone just pinched her Heineken. That expression really says it all. And, of course, what barmaid would be complete without a bit of ďcharismaĒ? Love the part usage in the head, the bodice, and the tent for a skirt. Iíll count the three Mystery Pieces; however, the supports are really pushing it for two reasons: One, I canít see them, and two, they can easily be substituted for anything even a real masonry brick so you havenít exploited their potential elementally, to its fullest, or beyond. As for the rest of her, she is fully realized. I can hear the guttural German flowing from her and even see her plastered on the label of beer bottles across the globe. Although she may not be as glamorous and easy on the eyes as the St. Pauli Girl (AKA Boat Bunnies), Iím certain that she could move beer. In fact, I picture her with eight steins in each hand. Although your swirl of tube is masterfully representative of a sloshing beer and who doesnít like a side of Mohawk? Mmmmm XD Outstanding and congratulations!
Quoting Matt Bace
Great build! Definitely some of the most unique parts usage I've seen in this contest. Plus, I admire your restraint -- I would have had a hard time choosing 2x2 round tiles instead of 2x2 domes ;-)
Seeing as I didn't find any 2x2 domes in my white bins it wasn't that hard for me...