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Lost in the Desert
I found a small tan lego plate and I just felt like making this small scene.
About this creation
Hope you enjoy this small vignette!







After the young Afrika Korps trooper became lost in a African desert for 18 days without food or water, he became very hungry and very thirsty. He was lost in the desert because the Afirka Korps lost a major battle to the British during World War II and there was no one to be found that was on his side, unless he surrendered to the British. He started to see things. Things that shouldn't be in the desert. Like 2 slimy green frogs.





"Hahahahaha, you two slimy muffins are going to be in the stomach tonight!!!"







"Come here you two!!!"






"Almost got ya!!!"







A dead Afrika Korps trooper from a battle with British troops a few months ago.







The lost Afrika Korps trooper's foot tracks in the desert.







A upper view of the small creation.








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Comments

  June 15, 2009
Awesome. That's funny! You should make alot more like that! X D Suggestion! Mybe you should make him be trying to eat a snake raw!
Colonel  Ghostman
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Supreme Commander Michael Sloper
  February 25, 2009
It's alright. But it needs I little more detail and maybe make it bigger but I like the footprint idea though. Anyway, great job! 4/5. Also can you check out my newest Moc it’s called, “Just a ordinary patrol on Kashyyyk.”
Colonel  Ghostman
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Supreme Commander Michael Sloper
  February 25, 2009
It's alright. But it needs I little more detail and maybe make it bigger but I like the footprint idea though. Anyway, great job! Also can you check out my newest Moc its called, Just a ordinary patrol on Kashyyyk.
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  February 23, 2009
With such a small vignette it is important to make an interesting build and I have to say this is pretty simple. You can imrove this using SNOT. Take a look at this link to see how they made foot prints: http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=346872 . I hope you can use this advice. ~M
Colonel  Ghostman
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CC-7576 "Rex"
  February 22, 2009
No offense to you, but thats weak compaired with your other MOCs, oh and in some months no person becomes a skeleton, that needs more time. I really cant give a 5 of 5 for this, so 4 of 5, next time try to make a desert MOC bigger, add some more of this little green pieces, you know this pieces used for the fixing of flowers.
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  February 22, 2009
im with cc i cant give you 5/5 but i will give you 4/5 how about you do a comic on these red guards of your's
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  February 22, 2009
im with cc i cant give you 5/5 but i will give you 4/5 how about you do a comic on these red guards of your's
 I made it 
  February 22, 2009
Quoting CC-7576 "Rex" No offense to you, but thats weak compaired with your other MOCs, oh and in some months no person becomes a skeleton, that needs more time. I really cant give a 5 of 5 for this, so 4 of 5, next time try to make a desert MOC bigger, add some more of this little green pieces, you know this pieces used for the fixing of flowers.
I know its weak. I was bored and just felt like building this.
 
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