Here's the backstory: Phi 733 left the force during the second year of the war. He had gotten to old to fight due to his excellerated growth genetics, so he decided to settle down and become a photojournalist. He had two kids by his lovely wife Omicron: Kappa Delta and Billy. Phi is seen here with Kappa Delta mowing the yard, moments after the assination of his youngest son, Billy by unit 712, One of Phi's old military rivals. Phi had killed several of platoon during the early days of the war, so he whispers to himself "What goes around comes around." I guess he deserves it. ;-)
Notice the suprised neighbor...
The lawnmower's basic designs were stolen from Rocko, but I did add my own design for the wheels.
Anyway, this thing was extremely hard to photograph, hence the black and white backgrounds.
I'm really excited for the start of the Titan's season.
I know that had nothing to do with Legos, but I just can't shake it off my mind.
I also think it would be cool if the was a National Quidditch Leage.
As Steef put's it "A bit grim", but I suspect that make's it stand out from a lot of the comedic suburban clones entries. A nice build with good details (the 'pony-ear' technique on the fence and the tiles behind the lawn mower). Good luck.
Very nice scene, although a bit grim. I think I would have liked it better if the lawnmower had done a curved track around the son's body though. That would have given it a comedy effect that would have taken the edge off the whole murder thing ;-) It's a good entry nonetheless. I like the brick-built fence.
And I suddenly wondered: if a lot of clones had babies, would they all be half-brothers and sisters to eachother?