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Window Washing Fail (Fail 6x6 Contest) . Always make sure that you don't lean backwards on a ladder. It might just tip over... . My entry for the Fail 6x6 Contest in The Contest Group. Front view. In order to make this on a 6x6 base, I had to use only one corner of a house, rather than the whole house. Notice that the man washing the window dropped the sponge as he began to fall. Side View. The ladder technique is homemade; it allows the ladder to tilt (more on this later). Inside of the house. The first floor of the house. Despite the small amount of the house portrayed in this vignette, I tried to fit in an interior. Here you can see the tiled floor and lamp. Second story, with some sort of seat. Really just a way to hide the headlight brick used to connect the window. The house, without the minifigure, sponge, and ladder. Close up of the window. Rather than using a one-piece glass element, I used stacked clear plates to make it appear wet and translucent. My homemade ladder design, consisting of droid arms and flex tubes. Feedback is welcome.


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