This is the earliest example of a larger scale sculpture made by my 9 year old daughter. She calls it her "Spanish Dancer." She goes on to note the three-tier skirt, white blouse and high-heeled dancing shoes. She said that it took her a while to come up with something that she felt satisfactorily represented the flower in the dancer's hair that she was seeing in her mind.
My Daughter received Allan Bedford's book "The Unofficial Lego Builder's Guide" for Christmas and I am glad to see that it has inspired her to work on getting ideas out of her head and into 3 dimensional form.
Thanks in advance for taking the time to look at her model and for any constructive critisism you might be willing to offer by way of a review. My daughter enjoys checking up on the reviews from people around the world and seeing what they have to say about her work.
It's a very good likeness. The red dress and flower in the hair definitely remind me of a Spanish dancer. I think the small radar dish pieces would make great castinets for her to have in her hands. Again, great work!