An alright build, and I'd suggest to use a microfigure for a baby. ;)
I like it
October 24, 2011
this is really good, but i know how to make a minifig baby, take the head you want for the baby and take a skeleton minifig head, put the skeleton head on the bottom of the regular head and face the skeleton head backwards. TaDa baby minifig
Ah yes, Christmas in LEGO. This year I made a LEGO gingerbread house and wreaths - I've never considered doing a stable. Although I'm not religious, so I'll probably never get around to it. Anyway, Neat MOC. Nice use of those panels for the angels' wings. Hope to see more, and Merry Christmas!
Very nice one- love the angels very innovative wings- where are those parts from?
But i would do some changes if i would be you- of course this is just my opinion then- "Stable" looks middleaged or modern and too european- to be realistic it should be either natural cave or clay building however i'm not very well acquainted with architechture of the middle east those days but tan would look more natural- and the costumes are middleaged looking as well- wise men from the east should have turbans or crowns(knight helmet will do though) and then the Jesus- turban or white plain head with minifig head looks like a baby-now i really feel sorry for Mary....
Nice...yet somewhat funny in my opinion...moc. Oh and I have seen a way to do a baby wrapped in cloth. all you need is a main head, a plain yellow head, SW scout trooper helmet, and a good camera aim.
Note: the baby idea is not mine and where i saw it idk.
Yeah, nice work on the roof! First, Merry Christmas to you and your family. This build is top notch! I saw a baby done once that almost looked convincing, if you're interested. I can't remember the name of the builder, but the moc was titled "Tossing the baby out with the bathwater." Maybe you can find it on Flickr. It seems 'tis the season for Christmas mocs huh? I hope to have mine done by next week and I know a couple other builders with plans for them as well. Merry ChristMOCs to all! ~ Chris.